With years of A-level education experience, we support our students to achieve their very best, and reach the universities of their choice.
The A-level course is a two year programme with final, external exams taken at the end of the second year in May and June. Results are published by the external examination boards in mid-August. Our A-level teaching is rigorous and intensive: we allocate nine lessons (6hrs 45 minutes) to each main subject per week.
Earlscliffe students will ordinarily choose four subjects at A-level. One of these four subjects is usually a student’s own language.
Almost all of the subjects on offer at Earlscliffe are seen as ‘core’ subjects and they are therefore readily accepted by the UK’s best universities. Most students will also study IELTS and undertake the highly-regarded EPQ (Extended Project Qualification), which will help their university application considerably.