Advanced Foundation Programme (GCSE) at Bexhill College
This is a demanding one year programme aimed at building up academic skills, obtaining an improved GCSE profile, career planning and personal
development. It is intended for students who have academic potential and a positive approach to study, but who have under-performed, perhaps because of ill health or other difficult personal circumstances. This is a one year course with the possibility of continuing to a Level 3 programme thereafter.
The course is aimed at students who have achieved at least 1 or 2 C/4's or better grades at GCSE. Other students may have as many as 4 GCSE grade C/4 passes or above, but still need to gain passes in key subjects before progressing
to a full A Level programme.
Students should also have at least 4 D/3 or better passes. Students will usually be expected to have achieved a D/3 grade in either English Language or Maths.
Students who have not achieved D/3 in either subject will need to consider very carefully whether the AFP is the right choice. Studying BTEC First Diploma or foundation level courses may offer better progression opportunities.
What will I study?
The programme consists of a number of GCSEs:
• GCSE English
• GCSE Maths
• GCSE Science
• GCSE Media
• GCSE History
• Arts Award
In addition to their study, AFP students will be required to complete an ICT Key Skills course if needed; and where appropriate will be required to attend support classes in key subjects. Students are placed in the AFP specialist Tutor Group as they follow a slightly different pastoral programme.
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.