Extended Project Qualification at Chelsea Academy
The Extended Project will develop and extend from one or more of the learner's study areas and/or from an area of personal interest or activity outside their main programme of study. It will be based on a topic chosen by the learner(s) and agreed as appropriate by the centre. It will involve extended autonomous work by the learner and require a total of 120 guided learning hours.
Learners are required, with appropriate supervision, to choose an area of interest, draft a title and aims of the project for formal approval by the centre. Plan, research and carry out the project, deliver a presentation to a specified audience, provide evidence of all stages of project development and production for assessment.
The usual Academy entry requirements apply.
The EPQ allows students to embark on largely self-directed projects. By taking responsibility for the choice and design of an individual project (or an individual role in a group project) students become more critical, reflective and independent learners.
They develop and apply decision-making and problem-solving skills, increase their planning, research, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and presentation skills learn to apply new technologies. They also confidently demonstrate creativity, initiative and enterprise.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chelsea Academy directly.