Course Information

Curriculum Curriculum Introduction Introduction (1)

Beauchamp City Sixth Form will have a very specific focus on preparing young people for progression to study at the most prestigious universities or secure access to high quality apprenticeships.  We have liaised closely with universities and businesses to ensure that the subjects offered afford students the best possible chance of success in the future. We have used our years of extensive experience of excellent Sixth Form education through Beauchamp College, to provide a curriculum offer that prepares our students as leaders and innovators of the future.

Students will be required to study a minimum of three A level courses, two of which must be from the traditional academic core: Biology, Chemistry, English Literature, Geography, History, Physics, Modern and classical languages, Maths and Further Maths.  Further choices can be made from: Classics, Computing, Economics, Geology, Psychology, Sociology and Business.  In addition students will be required to study at least one enrichment option from: Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), International Financial Services (IFS), Core Maths or Academic Literacy.

Further information about which A level course are appropriate for particular degree courses can be found here:

The following courses will be offered and the majority of students will be required to study three A Level courses; at least two subjects from Section A, and no more than one subject from Section B:

Section A
Further Maths
Modern Languages
Section B
Computer Science


Students will also study one enrichment subject from the list below:

Academic Literacy
Core Maths
Extended Project Qualification
LIBF level 3 certificate in financial services