ACG

Senior College Cambridge

 

Selecting your course is an important and exciting part of planning for your future.

 

 

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ACG Senior College: Subjects offered

Students in Year 11 normally study English Language, English Literature and Mathematics plus three option subjects. These subjects are usually at IGCSE level, but many students take an AS course if they meet entry requirements. In addition, Year 11 students take Modules (Health, Study Skills and Cyber Citizenship) and Physical Education.

Subjects offered at IGCSE Level: English Language, English Literature, Mathematics and three options, chosen from: Accounting, Art & Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, Geography, History, Music and Physics.

Students in Year 12 and 13 usually study four subjects at AS and /or A2 level. Subjects offered at AS and A2 level are:

 

 

AS

A2

Art and Design Painting

Art and Design Photography

Art and Design Graphic Design

Art and Design Printmaking

Art and Design Textiles

Accounting

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Chinese

√ from 2012

Classical Studies

Drama

NA

Economics

English Language

NA

English Literature

English NCEA Level 2
for International students

 

 

Environmental Management

NA

Geography

General Paper

NA

History

History of Art

Stage 1 University  

Mathematics

√ / Stage 1 University

Music

Physical Education

Physics

Psychology

√ / Stage 1 University

Sociology

Thinking Skills

 

pdfACG Senior College Subject Options Handbook 2015

 

 

In making subject choices, students are encouraged to contact:

 

We are pleased that our first group of students have completed the GPR course successfully and invite future to view details of this course by clicking here.

 

Global Perspectives inspires international collaboration

kCIE have made a short film about a group of US and UK learners who are collaborating on a Cambridge Global Perspectives and Independent Research (GPR) project.
Cambridge GPR develops the skills needed for advanced study, and so the students visited Cambridge recently to get a feel for university life. Watch the video