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We concentrate on 'A' Levels and can therefore offer a wide range of subjects which are studied within small teaching groups.
A Levels allow you to decide to specialise and study subjects in depth. We have a wide curriculum that will allow you to develop your interests and pursue new ones.
Our curriculum is enhanced by numerous opportunities for independent learning through the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) and an extensive extra-curricular programme.
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Please note: Subject availability is dependent on minimum numbers
Latest News - Sixth Form
Year 12 Historians attended the inaugural lecture given by Professor Tim Cole of Bristol University entitled 'Holocaust Landscapes'. Professor Cole showed the narrative of the Holocaust through places. He made particular mention of the forests in 'The Bloodlands' of eastern Poland which were witness to both mass murders of Holocaust victims and astounding tales of survival, as well as the infamous concentration camps and ghettos.
Five Lower Sixth geographers attended the annual Geographic Association Sixth Form Decision making Competition at Bristol University's Department of Geographical Sciences and won!
Philosophy Club recently hosted a visit from exiled Zimbabwean Journalist Forward Maisokwadzo. Since being forced to flee Zimbabwe following his arrest, Forward now works for Bristol City of Sanctuary, which promotes the rights of refugees and asylum seekers.
Redland High Sixth Form students took part in ICAEW's national business, accounting and skills competition. Laura Dun, Issy Whyte, Jess Melksham, Jo Rogers, Saliha Ahmed and Amy Adair all took on the role of Chartered Accountants and were asked to analyse a business case study and come up with recommendations for the future of the business.
Year 12 students have attended the last in the Geographical Associations lecture series. The subject was development in an area which is highly vulnerable to geomorphic hazards e.g. landslides and rockslides, in the underdeveloped Kullu Valley in Himachel Pradesh region of Northern India.
Redland High entered a team of four Sixth Formers into the UKMT Senior Mathematics Team Challenge, a national competition run on an annual basis.
Year 12 Geographers were out and about in Bristol recently to learn more about their own city and how it has responded to its ever changing housing needs and population. St. Paul's, Horfield, Southmead and Bedminster where all visited and explored, to see how the City Council are providing housing and support for the needs of their population.