Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification WBQ at Advanced Level at Coleg Sir Gar
- Provides students with a wide range of experiences that will equip them for the modern world.
- Widens participation, and promotes access to post-16 education.
- Promotes active citizenship.
- The WBQ, enables candidates of all abilities to progress to further or higher education, training or employment.
- The WBQ, provides a broad and balanced range of curriculum experiences to all participating candidates.
- The WBQ, promotes learning by doing and the use of new technologies to make learning more effective.
This is an exciting new qualification designed to give students the opportunity to combine study at A level with core elements of the Welsh Bac, where students develop their key skills and other skills which will serve them well in higher education and the world of work.
Usually students are 16-19 years-old with at leastÂ 5 GCSEs grades A*-C
There is no 'exam' as such. Compilation of a Portfolio of evidence and an Individual Investigation is assessed by the centre then externally moderated, by WJEC.
The experiences that students will have in the Welsh Bac will improve the skills and personal qualities which employers and higher education institutions are looking for, complementing subject knowledge which the options already provide. The WBQ is already recognised by UCAS with the accreditation of 120 points = A grade at A- Level. This is formal recognition by Higher Education institutions that the experiences gained are of value for studies at degree level and beyond.
How to apply
You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.