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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Curriculum

The majority of our students will follow a course comprising four AS subjects. These subjects are chosen from the wide range on offer listed below. Some of the subjects will be familiar from GCSE and some, Psychology for example, will be new. At the end of Year 12, students take their End of Year exams and then continue into Year 13 where most students will follow three A2 subjects.

Below you can find a list of the courses we are proud to offer our students. Please note courses offered are dependent on viable student numbers, so may vary from year to year.

Qualification Subjects
A Level

Biology

Chemistry

Psychology

Sociology

BTEC Extended Certificate

Business

ICT

Health and Social Care

Sports

Applied Science

 

Timetabling Options 

Classic Timetable: Students who wish to study AS/A2 Courses should achieve a minimum of 5 A*-C grade passes including Maths & English. Students should also have at least a B grade in the subjects they wish to study in the Sixth Form. You should choose 4 subjects to take in Year 12 (1 of these can be a BTEC) + Enrichment.

Applied Pathway: Students who wish to study Level 3 Applied Courses should achieve a minimum of 5 A*-C grade passes including Maths or English. You should Choose 3 subjects including at least 2 BTEC Level 3 Courses fromBTEC Level 3 Business, Sport, ICT, Health and Social Care, Applied Science + English and/or Maths GCSE (as required) + Enrichment.

Bridge Pathway: Students who wish to study on the Bridge Pathway should achieve a minimum of 5 D-E grade passes including Maths or English. Your course includes GCSE Maths and English, Level 2 Award in Being Entrepreneurial, Level 2  IFS Level 2 Certificate in Financial Education, Level 2 Award in Employability Skills & Level 2 extended project + English and/or Maths GCSE (as required) + Enrichment.

Students should sign up for and participate in at least one enrichment activity during their time in the Sixth Form at OALP. Students will often take up more than one activity. Many enrichment activities will run in sessions on Period 6 every afternoon, Tuesday-Thursday, but other activities run at different times. The offer and possibilities are numerous and constantly developing.  Students are encouraged to make the most of these opportunities.

Curriculum Support

Oasis Academy Lister Park is committed to provide fully inclusive education and our team of subject specialists are supported by well qualified and experienced staff who ensure that those who need additional support or who may not have English as a first language have the support they need.