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A levels

There is a fairly free choice from the following subjects at A level:

ART & Design

Creativity is at the core of the Bryanston philosophy and much value has always been attached to freedom of expression in the arts.

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Biology

The science faculty at Bryanston has enjoyed considerable academic success and over half of our sixth-form pupils choose at least one science as part of their programme of study.

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Chemistry

The science faculty at Bryanston has enjoyed considerable academic success and over half of our sixth-form pupils choose at least one science as part of their programme of study.

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Classical Civilization

Classics, the study of the literature, language and culture of ancient Greece and Rome, has a strong tradition at Bryanston.

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Classical Greek

Classics, the study of the literature, language and culture of ancient Greece and Rome, has a strong tradition at Bryanston.

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Computer Science

Pupils select from a series of pathways, based upon programming architecture and are encouraged, through practical exercises, to build computational engines from first principles.

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Design and Technology

Design & technology allows our pupils to be creative, imaginative and inspired. 

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Drama and Theatre Studies

Drama at Bryanston has an excellent reputation and with 15-20 productions a year pupils have plenty of opportunities to perform, design and direct.

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Economics and business studies

Economics is called a social science and it is becoming an evermore popular subject both at Bryanston and elsewhere.

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English Literature

Bryanston’s thriving English department is located in the main building, in the heart of the main building.

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French

In an increasingly inter-connected world languages are more important than ever.

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Geography

Studying geography allows us to see how and why the world we live in is changing and enhances both our environmental awareness and our sense of place in the world.

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German

In an increasingly inter-connected world languages are more important than ever.

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History of art

Pupils gain a sound understanding of the major periods of Western art history from antiquity to modernity, and develop the ability to articulate their ideas through lively class discussion and written analysis.

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latin

Classics, the study of the literature, language and culture of ancient 

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mathematics

The ethos of the Bryanston Mathematics Department is that our subject can, and should be, enjoyable and rewarding for all.

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Further Mathematics

The ethos of the Bryanston Mathematics Department is that our subject can, and should be, enjoyable and rewarding for all.

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Music

Bryanston has an outstanding musical tradition, and music is at the heart of school life in every aspect – socially, academically and spiritually.

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Physical Education

In academic PE pupils learn the anatomical, physiological and biomechanical concepts that govern performance at elite level. They also learn about historical factors and debate contemporary issues in sport.

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Physics

The science faculty at Bryanston has enjoyed considerable academic success and over half of our sixth-form pupils choose at least one science as part of their programme of study.

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Philosophy

The Philosophy A level is for anyone who likes theoretical ideas and grappling with the great geniuses of the past. A course that demands a good analytic ability, combined with excellent writing and reading skills.

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Spanish

In an increasingly inter-connected world languages are more important than ever.

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  1. PDF File
    AS examinations policy statement
  2. PDF File
    Sixth form Courses Booklet 2018