Sixth Form College summer activities
In many ways, studying A Levels at a sixth form college is very different from studying GCSEs at school. One of the biggest differences is the responsibility that you are expected to take for your own learning. At school, you will already have had some experience of this, through preparing GCSE coursework and, of course, through doing homework and revision. However, at A Level you will need to do more independent study out of class. Your teachers and tutor will support you in many different ways, and will always be happy to discuss what you need to do to improve. But you will need to be responsible for your own learning.
To help you prepare for A Level study, each subject has put together activities for you to do before your new courses start. This page contains details of the work which you should do over the summer to prepare for next year. The activities vary from subject to subject and are intended to be stimulating, thought provoking and fun.
We hope you enjoy working on these activities, and we look forward to seeing you after the summer holiday.
- Art: Critical and Contextual Studies
- Computer Science
- Drama and Theatre
- English Language and Literature
- English Literature
- Fashion and Textiles
- Film Studies
- Fine Art
- Government and Politics
- Graphic Communication
- Media Studies
- Music Technology
- Religious Studies
Sixth Form College
Based in vibrant Angel, the Sixth Form College has a 25 year track record of delivering success. There are over 30 A Levels on offer from Dance to History of Art to Science.