Art & Design BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma at Archbishop Tenison's School
The course is broken down into 6 units over 2 years. It encourages students to build a range of skills and respond to vocational briefs. We have previously done units in film production, photography, painting and worked with a range of outside agencies.
Students develop their portfolios, and they also get to use a range of different media. The units are taught as thematic projects, and students are guided through classroom teaching, group tutorials and visits.
Minimum grade C at GCSE with 5 GCSE’s for BTEC Level 3 ( equivalent to an A Level)
These courses allow students to access a wide range of creative pathways, either by creating a portfolio to apply for art foundation courses, or to apply for creative degree courses. Students have gone on to study fine art, fashion and architecture. The courses are highly valued by administrators of creative courses.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Archbishop Tenison's School directly.