St Clare’s follow the English curriculum for GCSE examinations. Although University might seem a long way off when deciding on GCSEs, choices at this stage can directly impact on options when it comes to A-Levels and, in turn when applying to University.
Choosing which GCSE subjects to take will shape what happens when you leave full-time education. Getting the right mix of skills and qualifications to prepare you for your future isn’t easy. How do you know you are making the right subject choices, especially if you don’t know what career you would like to follow?
If you have any questions, it is important to ask. Our GCSE Options Evening starts at 4pm on Thursday, 27th February.
At St Clare’s, all pupils must study English (language and literature), Mathematics and at least one science. In addition, a humanities subject and a modern language are strongly recommended to provide a broad and balanced curriculum.
- A Science subject (Biology, Chemistry or Physics)
Pupils have 6 further subject choices from the following:
- A second/third science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
- Art & Design
- Computer Science
- Physical Education
- Graphic Communication
Additionally, study support skills are available to those who might benefit.
There is also a compulsory non-examined course in PE/Games each week. You can read the GCSE Options Booklet here.
For any last minute enquiries about admission to Year 10 in September 2020, please contact our Admissions Registrar, Mrs Holly Fowlkes, as soon as possible on 01656 789966.