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Dudley College

 

Open Events for your Students

Our industry expert staff are ready to help your students with their post-16 options, whatever career path they want to take.

School leavers can explore Vocational Courses, T LevelsApprenticeships and A Levels from the comfort of their home. Sixth form students can also discover Higher Level courses available from the new Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology, Dudley.

 

 

 

 

Hagley Catholic Sixth Form has offered students an excellent Post 16 package for many years. Last year, over 40% of our Year 13 students took up places to read a degree at Russell Group Universities and in 2019 47.5% of our A-level students achieved grades AAB or higher in at least two facilitating subjects. To complement their academic success, they offer a wide range of enrichment opportunities to all students as well as an incredibly supportive pastoral system. In addition to this, they are excited to announce a new Sixth Form block, equipped to the highest standards which is due to open in September 2021. 

Below is a link to a recording of their Q&A session for Sixth Form applicants that they ran just before half term. 

https://youtu.be/_t3OsgdkVlU 


 

 

 

Pathway 1

Students will study three A Level courses

A minimum of six 4 - 9 GCSE grades including English and Mathematics preferably at grade 5 or above and meeting subject-specific entry requirements.

Please note: Students may opt to take four A Level courses or the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).  This will be considered upon receipt of their GCSE (or equivalents) results.

Pathway 2

Students will study a combination of A Level and Level Three Vocational (A Level equivalent) qualifications.

A minimum of five 4 - 9 GCSE grades, preferably including English and Mathematics at grade 4 or above and meeting subject-specific entry requirements.

Pathway 3 (Vocational Learning)

Students will study three Level Three Vocational (A Level equivalent) qualifications.

A minimum of five 4 - 9 GCSE grades, preferably including English and Mathematics at grade 4 or above* and meeting subject-specific entry requirements.

*Where deemed suitable, students requiring resits in English and Mathematics with be catered for.

A Level Courses

Subject

Requirement

Art

Grade 4 GCSE Art

Students who have not studied Art and demonstrate a personal interest in the subject will be considered on an individual basis.

Biology

Grade 6 in GCSE Biology or a 6/6 in combined science GCSE and a Grade 5 at GCSE Mathematics

Chemistry

Grade 6 in GCSE Chemistry or a 6/6 in combined science GCSE and a Grade 5 at GCSE Mathematics

Economics

Grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics and a grade 5 in English Language

English Literature

Grade 5 in GCSE English Language and English Literature

Geography

Grade 6 in GCSE Geography and Grade 5 in GCSE Mathematics

History

Grade 6 in GCSE History and grade 5 in GCSE English Language and English Literature

Mathematics

Grade 7 in GCSE Maths

Students who attain a grade 6 will be considered subject to an interview with the head of department who will make a judgement on the strength of the point score and the suitability of the candidate.

Religious Education

Grade 6 in GCSE RE and grade 5 GCSE English Language

Physics

Grade 6 in GCSE Physics or a 6/6 in combined science GCSE and a Grade 5 at GCSE Mathematics

Psychology

Grade 5 in GCSE English Language or Literature and Grade 5 in GCSE Maths

Sociology

Grade 5 in GCSE English Language or Literature.

 

BTEC (Level 3) / Applied General Qualification

BTEC Applied Science

Students will need to have a minimum of 5 standard GCSE passes (grade 4 or above, or equivalent) including Science, English and Mathematics at grade 4.

BTEC Health and Social Care

Students will need to have a minimum of 5 standard GCSE passes (grade 4 or above, or equivalent) to be accepted onto this course

BTEC ICT

Students will need to have a minimum of 5 standard GCSE passes (grade 5 or above, or equivalent) to be accepted onto this course.

Students who have not studied ICT and demonstrate a personal interest in this subject will be considered on an individual basis.

BTEC Law

Students will need to have a minimum of 5 standard GCSE passes (grade 5 or above, or equivalent) to be accepted onto this course and a minimum grade 4 in GCSE English language or English Literature.

BTEC PE

Students will need to have a minimum of 5 standard GCSE passes (grade 5 or above or equivalent) to be accepted onto this course including Grade 5 in GCSE Physical Education and Grade 5 in GCSE Biology or a 5/5 in combined science GCSE.

Candidates who did not study GCSE Physical Education, a Distinction* vocational Sport course or a 5 in Biology is required.

 

*Students who have not already achieved GCSE English / Mathematics (grade 4 - 9) will also be supported in their re-sit examinations with a timetabled programme of study.

If you need any help or support in filling out the application or have any questions please contact Sarah Wilkins, Sixth Form and Pastoral Co-ordinator using the email address below;

swilkins@bmilner.dudley.sch.uk


 

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