Geography A-Level at St Bernard's Catholic Grammar School
We are constantly exposed to geographical issues in everyday life, including; environmental concerns, natural disasters, world weather, local developments, urban and rural change, population movements, maps and tourism. Students are provided with an opportunity to develop an awareness and understanding of the patterns, processes and relationships that characterise human and physical environments. Traditionally, geography is seen as a bridge between the arts and sciences, enabling students to keep their options open. Geography also complements many AS/A2 subject combinations.
General entry requirements to the Sixth Form are a minimum of three Grade Bs and two Grade Cs at GCSE. Students must obtain at least Grade B at GCSE in the subjects to be studied at A/S level.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Bernard's Catholic Grammar School directly.