Archaeology A Level at Kendal College
You will complete the AS-Level in the first year and the A2 in the second to form a full A-Level.
Archaeology is a subject for the ‘all round’ student with a holistic approach to study. Archaeology is the study of past human societies from the investigation of material remains and is one the most exciting subjects in the curriculum. It combines technology, science, art, geography, history sociology and religious studies.
At Kendal Museum students will study Ancient Egypt and Roman civilisation surrounded by, and with access to, the actual material in the museum’s collections supporting their own investigations. In addition, as an accredited museum, we have worked with the Garstang Museum in Liverpool and been involved with the Ancient Egyptian Animal Bio Bank at Manchester Museum. To study here is a rare and exciting opportunity.
5 GCSEs at Grades A-C (including English and Maths), and a Science GCSE at grade B.
The programme is assessed through a combination of examination and course work.
The study of Archaeology can lead to a very broad range of careers and Higher Education progression opportunities related to humanities, and sciences.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Kendal College directly.