Chemistry at Uplands Community College School Sixth Form
The different units cover chemical principles that are drawn from modern applications of Chemistry in industry, everyday life and the environment. Students will recognise the value of Chemistry to society and how it may be used responsibly.
A Level Chemistry complements the study of Biology, Physics, Maths and Geography.
Students will undertake practical work, investigative work and problem solving tasks during lessons. There is both independent and group work employed as appropriate as we cover various aspects of the A Level syllabus.
5 A* to C grades at GCSE including grade B or above in Chemistry. Students also need grade B or above in Mathematics.
Students who have recently studied Chemistry at Uplands have gone on to study Medicine, Veterinary Science, Accountancy, Chemistry, Radiology, Forensic Science, Disaster Management, Media Sport Science, Law, Psychology and History. They have gone on to work in Television, the City, Accountancy, Medicine, Chemical Industry, Education; the list is endless.
The skills gained from studying Chemistry can be transferred to any other subject and are highly valued by both Universities and Employers.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Uplands Community College School Sixth Form directly.