We have designed specific Career Pathways to help you choose a programme of A Levels that will help your future progression to university and employment. In addition to your chosen subjects, you will also benefit from our outstanding enrichment opportunities and work experience, helping to broaden your knowledge, understanding and skills within your field of interest.
If you study at our colleges, you won’t have assemblies or have to wear uniform, and you’ll be studying in a diverse community, with people from across London and the South East. Our teachers are A Level specialists, many of them are examiners and some have PhDs.
Our bespoke Sixth Form College in Angel has specially designed classrooms and workshops with industry-recommended equipment, as well as a well-stocked library, social spaces and café, creating a vibrant, sociable place to study.
Our Sixth Form Hub in Enfield may be smaller in size, but also offers specially designed classrooms and workshops, with a fully-equipped library and study spaces. It allows you to study a wide range of A Levels closer to home, and you will also be able to use a wide range of sports facilities and take part in activities, including Sports Academies for high achieving athletes (previously only available to students of CONEL, which shares a site with the Hub).
At our WestKing Centres, we have many A Level subjects that have 100% pass rates, including English Literature, Spanish, Business, Film Studies, Further Maths and Physics. Our Intensive A Level programme allows you to complete a full A Level in a year. This is ideal if you have already completed a Level 3 qualification and wish to gain further UCAS points to study at university.
Interested in studying A Levels at one of our colleges? Why not come to an open day and check out our facilities for yourself, or if you already know what you’d like to study, find out more about how to apply.
We offer 35 A Levels, giving you one of the largest ranges to choose from in London to help you achieve your goals.
Our Student Services team are here to support, encourage and help you thrive.
If you’re looking to study an A Level in a visual arts subject, but do not have a grade 5 or above in an art-related GCSE subject, we will ask to see a portfolio of your work.
We have put together some guidance and advice to help you build your digital portfolio. Read our Portfolio Advice here.