Geography at St Birinus School
At AS students study rivers, floods and management, population change, cold environments and health issues. Unit 2 is a skills response paper based on residential fieldwork.
At A2 level students study Plate Tectonics and associated hazards; Weather and Climate and associated hazards; Development and globalisation; Contemporary conflicts and challenges - all are assessed through examination. Unit 4 enables students to use their skills of analysis, synthesis andevaluation with material pre-released prior to the exam.
If you achieve at least 5 C grades or above or the equivalent youcould consider Advanced Level courses.
However, for the majority of Level 3 subjects B grades at GCSEare required. Specific grade requrements for subjects are available from staff and will be discussed at interview .
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Birinus School directly.