This is an A Level programme for emotionally vulnerable young people who have mental health issues who are not able to access a conventional sixth from. It is ideal for students who wish to engage with education whilst dealing with emotional issues such as anxiety, depression or eating disorders. It may also be appropriate for learners with other medical issues. The course offers a flexible nurturing approach to learning and the opportunity to complete a wide range of A Levels.
All students will need to: 1. Attend an interview at the College. This will occur at a quiet time. 2. Provide a reference from their educational provider that notes the academic potential to complete 2-3 A Levels. 3. Have a second reference from a group or agency they work with such as CAMHS. 4. Pass 5 GCSEs and demonstrate higher level ability in some subjects (for example a B grade or a 5/6.) 5. Achieve a grade 5 in English. (There can be some flexibility; please contact the College to talk to an A Level tutor.)
Students may choose 2 or 3 subjects from a wide range of A Levels including: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, History, Government & Politics, Sociology, Psychology, Law, Economics, English Literature, English Language and Literature and Film .
All assessments for the inclusive package will be via examinations.
A Levels in various subjects.
Please complete an application form and return to the College - either online, by post or in person at our Wood Street Campus.
Yes, you will need to meet with a member of staff for an interview and initial assessment.
Students are expected to buy books and stationery, and have access to a computer and the internet.
To apply or enrol for this course you must first create an account with the College. This is a simple process that should not take more than a few minutes.
If you have any difficulties with applying online or have any other questions please Contact Us, or call 020 8266 4000. Please note this is not a 24 hour helpline.