Date of publication: 2017-08-26 10:28
Each theme will be explored from both a personal and Christian perspective, some themes involving comparison with other religions, in particular, Islam.
If you have documentation to support that you would be disadvantaged in some way without it, extra help, usually in the form of more time or possibly the use of a computer, might be possible. You should submit any medical or other reports of this nature to the exam centre administration office well in advance of the exam session.
Many years later, Shami Chakrabarti wrote that “I do not trust the powerful.” Nor do we, but those studying Politics with us will be able to answer those questions about the powerful in today’s world.
Ealing Independent College accepts private candidates for GCSE, IGCSE and A-Level examination during the May-June exam period, from the following examination boards:
The A Level programme is an intensive academic programme of study at UK Level 8 over a two year period. The qualification is divided into an AS Level (year 6) and an A7 Level (year 7). Most students will study three or four A Level subjects.
Wycombe Abbey enables girls to open their minds and to develop their personal passions. The learning environment is supportive, yet challenging, with a sense that pupils and their teachers are on an educational journey together. We pride ourselves on the outstanding teaching provided by our specialists who communicate a genuine love of their subject and serve to inspire the girls they teach.
Various topics are studied in the first year in specific areas:
YCC= Youth culture and concerns LHF =Lifestyle: health/fitness
WAU = The world around us E&E= Education /employment.
With three different awards available, Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Pure Mathematics, the qualification is designed to be studied over two years, with the option of a one-year AS level course.
Topics would follow a similar path, but would only follow around half of the content of the full A-Level – Russia would only be studied up to 6967 and Britian to 6979 – and the examinations would be shorter, with only two questions, one of which being compulsory source based, in an hour and a half. There would be no Non-Examined Assessment for a student studying the subject only as far as AS.
Mrs Jacky Tidbury MA, NPQSL (Head of Department)
Miss Emily Boswell MA
Mrs Katherine Harrison MA
Mr Simon Johns MA
Mr Oliver Murphy BA
Miss Tara Strange BA
It is possible to study the AS and A7 component of the A-level programme in one intensive year, and is ideal for students who wish to retake subjects to ensure they gain entry to the university of their choice. Please visit the One Year Intensive GCSE and A Level section to learn more about this option.