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Art and Design 2014 Sept 1619 Yes Hanley Castle High School  Alevel 


Two major units in total, done within the AS year: ARTA 1 - coursework portfolio, ARTA 2 - externally set exam. All units marked out of 80, with SPECIAL EMPHASIS on:

* Quality of Visual Studies
* Technical skills
* Knowledge of artists, designers, sculptors, architects and photographers

In the A2 Units, candidates are required to build on the knowledge and understanding of skills gained at AS, with greater depth of study.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

Strong work ethic must already be proven. It is needed for independent learning, as much of the work will be done outside structured lesson time. Builds on GCSE skills at grade B.

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Over the last decade our Sixth Form has been transformed. With approximately 100 students in each year group we provide the highest quality of teaching, alongside the very best levels of support and opportunity where every student is known as an individual.

Whether students are targeting Oxford, Cambridge, Russell Group or other universities, or seeking qualifications as a preparation for work or apprenticeships, Hanley Castle can offer tailored provision for students of all aptitudes and abilities.

Sixth Form life is rewarding, stimulating and enjoyable. Friendships are strong and students welcome the dedication of staff, who go the “extra mile” to ensure their wellbeing. Students immerse themselves in a range of extra-curricular activities that further develop them as young adults and support the development of others. Young people and staff alike feel part of a special team.

Students of all abilities enjoy considerable academic success. What matters to us is your positive attitude and a genuine commitment to achievement.

Our Sixth Form has the vision, the staff and the facilities to deliver the high quality education of which parents, staff and students feel proud. It is an important part of our school that commands considerable respect throughout Worcestershire and beyond. We hope that you see it as the best place to continue your learning and as a springboard to your success beyond sixth form.

" Biology 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

The aims of these specifications are to encourage candidates to:

* develop their interest in and enthusiasm for biology, including developing an interest in further study and careers in biology;
* appreciate how society makes decisions about scientific issues and how the sciences contribute to the success of the economy and society;
* develop and demonstrate a deeper appreciation of the skills, knowledge and understanding of How Science Works;
* develop essential knowledge and understanding of different areas of biology and how they relate to each other.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

The AS specification has been written to provide progression from GCSE Science and GCSE Additional Science, or from GCSE Biology, achievement at a minimum grade B on the Higher Tier paper in these qualifications should be seen as the normal requisite for entry to AS Biology.

" Chemistry 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

The specification is divided into two taught units covering key concepts in Chemistry. A third unit in practical skills is delivered across the taught material.

Once key concepts are understood, applications are then considered. This structure is repeated at A2 where new aspects of Chemistry are introduced whilst also developing previously covered ideas.

The practical skills component is made up on three disciplines which test pupils’ qualitative, quantitative and evaluative skills.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

‘A’ level Chemistry is a challenging course. It is therefore recommended that you should have achieved a Grade B in both Core and Additional Science, or a B in Triple Chemistry.

" Dance 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

Step inside the world of dance and take your first steps in developing your own creativity as both dancer and choreographer. Right from the word go this course will have you on your feet, dancing solo and with others, whilst taking responsibility for your own learning by expecting you to create and perform dances.

This course requires a good level of general fitness, dedication and commitment: the amount of practical dance is extensive and you will be expected to perform in shows and attend performances by professional dancers in local theatres too.

Through a series of practical tasks you will study professional dancers and choreographers, helping you to develop your own physical, creative and performance skills. Technique classes in jazz, ballet, contemporary and musical theatre dancing will be supported by theoretical based learning including the analysis of professional repertoire, the health and safety of the dancer, as well as an overview of the dancer’s anatomy.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A good grade at GCSE Dance or BTEC Dance is recommended. If you haven’t taken a GCSE or BTEC in dance, then other prior experience may be taken into consideration.

" Economics 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel This specification aims to provide a coherent combination of microeconomic and macroeconomic content, drawing on local, national and international contexts, and to foster an appreciation of economic concepts and theories in a range of contexts and their value and limitations in explaining real-world phenomena. 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

No prior knowledge of the subject is required. It is recommended that candidates have attained communication and literacy skills at least equivalent to GCSE Grade B in English and numeracy skills at a level equivalent to at least GCSE Grade B in Mathematics.

" English Language 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

You will:

* gain an understanding of child language acquisition and the dynamics of speech in its social context
* learn how to plan and produce an extended study exploring audience and purpose, taking into account cultural contexts
* gain a deeper understanding of variations of language by exploring dialect, culture, power and identity
* learn to compare and analyse Media texts and create your own writing
* learn to employ linguistic frameworks and terminology in analysing varieties of English

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of grade C at GCSE in English and English Literature, preferably with a grade B in English, and strong recommendation from your current English teacher.

" English Language and Literature 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This course will appeal to students who:

* have an interest in reading a wide variety of literature, both fiction and nonfiction, and exploring examples of spoken and written language from past and present
* enjoy expressing their opinions and justifying their comments on texts
* enjoy studying a subject which is relevant to their own lives and experiences while widening their horizons.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of grade C at GCSE in English Language and in English Literature, preferably with a grade B in English Language, and strong recommendation from your current English teacher.

" English Literature 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This course will appeal to students who:

* have an interest in reading a wide variety of literature from the past and present
* enjoy expressing their opinions and justifying their comments on texts, both in discussion and in writing
* enjoy studying a subject which relates to their own lives and experiences
* enjoy studying texts which will broaden and extend their ideas about people and the world
* enjoy the quality of language and complexity of ideas to be found in great literature
* want to keep their options open for further study - English Literature is a popular qualification for a wide range of courses in higher education or for future careers.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of grade C at GCSE in English Language and in English Literature, preferably with a grade B in English Literature, and strong recommendation from your current English teacher.

" Film Studies 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

The AS/A level in Film Studies is designed to deepen students’ understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of film. They will study film deriving from a variety of production contexts and investigate a variety of viewing situations.

They will also engage with a wide range of different kinds of films, developing skills of observation, critical analysis and personal reflection, as well as developing their creativity and practical skills, either in audio-visual or written form.

AS SET FILMS: Alfie, Brick, Billy Liar, Chinatown, Hard Day’s Night

A2 SET FILMS: Psycho, American History X, Fight Club, Jules et Jim, 400 Blows, Breathless

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

It is recommended that pupils have at least a grade C in English Language and English Literature at GCSE.

" French 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

Travel - so the saying goes - broadens the mind, and never more so than when you can speak the language. That way you’ll be able to find out what the local people are thinking, how they live and how their culture really works. This course has been designed to give you a profound understanding of your chosen language. Not only will you know more about the mechanics of the language - like grammar and vocabulary - but also about how people live and use language on a daily basis.

The AS course will cover:

* Media: TV, advertising and communication technology
* Popular culture: cinema, music and fashion/trends
* Healthy living/lifestyle: sport/exercise, health and well-being and holidays
* Family/relationships: relationships within the family, friendships and marriage/partnerships

The A2 course will cover:

* Environment: pollution, energy and protecting the planet
* The multi-cultural society: immigration, integration and racism
* Contemporary social issues: wealth and poverty, law and order and the impact of scientific and technological progress
* Cultural topic: the study of a target language-speaking region/community or the study of a period of 20th century history from a target language-speaking country/community or the study of a novelist/dramatist/poet from a target- language speaking country/community or the study of a director/architect/musician/painter from a target-language speaking country/community.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of Grade B at GCSE French

" Geography 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel The course aims to enable students to become global citizens of the future, allowing them to view the world from a variety of perspectives. Students will develop a range of geographical skills such as observation and analysis through an array of topical issues, encompassing both the human and physical elements of geography. This will provide the opportunity for students to develop informed opinions and make decisions based upon a sound platform of knowledge. 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

Minimum of Grade B at GCSE Geography is preferred. It is not essential to have studied GCSE Geography but it is highly recommended, and the student should demonstrate an enthusiasm and motivation to succeed in Geography.

" German 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

Travel - so the saying goes - broadens the mind, and never more so than when you can speak the language. That way you’ll be able to find out what the local people are thinking, how they live and how their culture really works. This course has been designed to give you a profound understanding of your chosen language. Not only will you know more about the mechanics of the language - like grammar and vocabulary - but also about how people live and use language on a daily basis.

The AS course will cover:

* Media: TV, advertising and communication technology
* Popular culture: cinema, music and fashion/trends
* Healthy living/lifestyle: sport/exercise, health and well-being and holidays
* Family/relationships: relationships within the family, friendships and marriage/partnerships

The A2 course will cover:

* Environment: pollution, energy and protecting the planet
* The multi-cultural society: immigration, integration and racism
* Contemporary social issues: wealth and poverty, law and order and the impact of scientific and technological progress
* Cultural topic: the study of a target language-speaking region/community or the study of a period of 20th century history from a target language-speaking country/community or the study of a novelist/dramatist/poet from a target- language speaking country/community or the study of a director/architect/musician/painter from a target-language speaking country/community.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of Grade B at GCSE German

" Government and Politics 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This is an exciting and up to date course that opens up the way in which the UK and the US work and how and why things really happen. Students will find that they become more astute and informed, able to cut through misinformation and hype to see how every aspect of life is run.

The course has been designed to encourage interest in and enthusiasm for the study of Government and Politics and will enable students to develop an insight into political beliefs central to an understanding of the modern world. It provides:

* a broad AS course which provides a structured foundation of political knowledge on which to develop skills.
* an emphasis on contemporary politics and current areas of constitutional concern, putting the UK in the context of the EU and the wider world.
* the opportunity to specialise in American politics at A2 giving students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of aspects of the subject at a higher level
* the opportunity to engage in contemporary political debates

" 1-2 Years A minimum of grade C at GCSE in English Language, and a strong interest in the subject area. History 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel The course aims to develop students’ powers of observation, analysis and argument through studying elements of 19th and 20th Century History; to make them aware of the nature of change, continuity, similarity and difference; to promote an understanding of the present through the past and to encourage research techniques which will help students in their pursuit of post-18 education. 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A GCSE Grade B in History is preferred. It is not essential to have studied GCSE History but it is highly recommended, and the student should possess an interest and enthusiasm for History.

" ICT (Applied) 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This practically driven qualification strikes a balance between the development of ICT capability and relating the use of ICT to the society in which we live. At AS Level, students study 3 units covering a variety of issues; including online services, the impact of ICT on our lives, and the digital divide. Students will also have the opportunity to evaluate a transactional website and to use spreadsheets and databases.

At A2 Level, students refine their capability as ICT practitioners, and the focus shifts to project management and software development. The students build their own multimedia application using Flash, which is industry-standard software.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

To study Applied ICT (ICT) at AS Level, you must have completed the short course with a grade PASS or above (or a full GCSE or equivalent at Grade C or above

" Mathematics 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This course require commitment and hard work from the outset. All of the units required for A2 level are dependent on a sound basis of study at AS level.

Homework and assignments will be given on a regular basis, and high standards in the quality of work and in meeting deadlines will be expected. The most difficult aspect that students encounter centres around algebraic manipulation. Once this has been mastered, their confidence increases substantially, as does their level of success in the subject in general.

The Maths AS level course is examined on 3 components:
* Pure Maths 1 (C1)
* Pure Maths 2 (C2)
* Statistics (S1) or Mechanics (M1) or Decision (D1)

The A2 level course is as follows:
* Pure Maths 3 (C3)
* Pure Maths 4 (C4)
* Statistics (S1) or Decision (D1) or Mechanics (M1)

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of grade B and having taken GCSE at Higher Tier.

" Further Mathematics 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This course require commitment and hard work from the outset. All of the units required for A2 level are dependent on a sound basis of study at AS level.</p>

Homework and assignments will be given on a regular basis, and high standards in the quality of work and in meeting deadlines will be expected. The most difficult aspect that students encounter centres around algebraic manipulation. Once this has been mastered, their confidence increases substantially, as does their level of success in the subject in general.

Further Maths AS requires the following units:
* Further Pure Maths 1 (FP1)
* Further Pure Maths 2 (FP2)
* Statistics (S2) or Decision (D2)

Further Maths A2 is as follows:
* Further Pure Maths 3 (FP3)
* Further Pure Maths 4 (FP4)
* Stastics (S2) or Decision (D2)

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of grade A and having taken GCSE at Higher Tier.

" Music 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

This is an excellent subject for someone who is well motivated, organised, and who has an open, enquiring mind and a desire to communicate. As a sixth form student you will have priority in accessing a whole range of new resources in a purpose-built surrounding. If you choose music you will:

* Have regular opportunities to perform throughout the year, both as a soloist and in an ensemble, orchestra and choral society.
* Develop the ability to analyse music helping to lead you to a greater understanding of how to compose and perform music in a variety of styles.
* Cover two areas of study in depth. At present, these are Instrumental Music and Vocal Music.
* Learn how computers can aid composition, listening skills and the presentation of coursework. This will involve sequencing, ear-training and notation software.
* Learn to compose music in the style of other composers and in a style of your own choice.
* Develop the ability to research and make presentations to the rest of the group.
* Benefit from learning in a supportive environment that encourages independence and rewards initiative.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

It is a pre-requisite that you have at least grade B at GCSE Music.

There is an expectation that all A level music students will take an active role in musical life at Hanley Castle.

" Philosophy 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

To succeed in Philosophy requires intellectual rigour and the willingness to think for oneself, never accepting on trust the statements of others. It is a subject that is both intellectually and personally challenging. Philosophical training will make you sharper, more articulate and more confident in your ability to reason. It will train you in how to think more clearly and rigorously. So, if you want to be challenged both academically and intellectually then this course could be for you.

AS: The course is divided into 4 areas of study: Reason and experience; Knowledge of the external world; Why should I be governed? and Free will and determinism.

A2: The A2 continues the studies with a detailed exploration of Political Philosophy or Philosophy of Religion, Moral Philosophy, and a textual study of Mill’s classic On Liberty.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

No specific prior knowledge is requires but a minimum of a GCSE B grade in an arts-based subject would be expected.

" Physics 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel Advancing Physics is an innovative course reflecting physics as it is practised and used today. The AS and A2 courses enable students to learn about both fundamental physical concepts and about physics in everyday and technological settings. It shows the usefulness of the subject and illustrates the impact that discoveries in physics have had on the way people live. Designed in collaboration with the Institute of Physics, the course provides an excellent foundation for further study at University in a wide spectrum of subjects. 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

It is essential that students achieve a high Grade B or above in Science / Physics at GCSE and a Grade B or above in Maths GCSE, due to the level of numeracy required on this course.

Students who have taken foundation papers or achieved lower grades will struggle to achieve a grade at AS.

" Product Design 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

The course is taught primarily through the medium of resistant materials but will also cater for students who wish to work in graphic and textile materials.

AS Units:

Unit 1 (F521): Advanced Innovation Challenge
Unit 2 (F522): Product Study: Analysis and Development

A2 Units:

Unit 1 (F523): Coursework: Design, Make and Evaluate
Unit 2 (F524): Product Design 2

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of grade C in English Language and a preferred minimum grade B in a Design and Technology discipline at GCSE level.

" Pyschology 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

Psychology can be an interesting subject to study, and helps to develop the skills of critical thinking and scientific enquiry as well as a more general understanding of human motivation and behaviour, but it is a science and is not necessarily an ""easy option"".

The most important requirements are interest and enthusiasm. A commitment to complete homework and background study (e.g. textbook, internet) on time; and a willingness to participate in classwork, discussion, lectures etc. to the full extent of one’s ability.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

Mathematical expertise is not necessary; however experience suggests that students who have less than a grade C in GCSE Maths and Science are likely to struggle with the content of this course.

" Physical Education 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

Advanced level Physical Education would suit a student who has a keen interest in sport and who is committed to attaining high standards in both theory and practical work.

Students will study the following topic list in theory lessons:

* Physiological effects of adopting a healthy lifestyle
* Short term effects of exercise / performance and the long term effects of training
* Analysis of movement across a range of sporting actions
* Acquisition of skill and the impact of psychological factors on performance
* Opportunities for physical activity, benefits to the individual and society and the potential barriers faced by minority groups.

Students will study the following topic list in practical lessons:

* Execution of skills / techniques in two roles (performer, official, referee, or leader / coach) in a chosen physical activity.
* Analysis of own performance
* Application of theoretical knowledge to achieve effective performance

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

C grades in GCSE PE and Science are a minimum requirement for students studying this course.

All students considering the course must be dedicated sports enthusiasts.

" Spanish 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel "

Travel - so the saying goes - broadens the mind, and never more so than when you can speak the language. That way you’ll be able to find out what the local people are thinking, how they live and how their culture really works. This course has been designed to give you a profound understanding of your chosen language. Not only will you know more about the mechanics of the language - like grammar and vocabulary - but also about how people live and use language on a daily basis.

The AS course will cover:

* Media: TV, advertising and communication technology
* Popular culture: cinema, music and fashion/trends
* Healthy living/lifestyle: sport/exercise, health and well-being and holidays
* Family/relationships: relationships within the family, friendships and marriage/partnerships

The A2 course will cover:

* Environment: pollution, energy and protecting the planet
* The multi-cultural society: immigration, integration and racism
* Contemporary social issues: wealth and poverty, law and order and the impact of scientific and technological progress
* Cultural topic: the study of a target language-speaking region/community or the study of a period of 20th century history from a target language-speaking country/community or the study of a novelist/dramatist/poet from a target- language speaking country/community or the study of a director/architect/musician/painter from a target-language speaking country/community.

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

A minimum of Grade B at GCSE Spanish

" Theatre Studies 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  Alevel The course demands practical, creative and communication skills in almost equal measure. You will extend your ability to create drama and theatre, either in a performing or a production role. You will also be required to write about drama and to develop your powers of analysis. The course will involve taking part in drama productions, as well as studying plays and playwrights. 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

It is useful to have taken Drama at GCSE level, but not essential. It is important that you are interested in gaining a greater understanding of how theatre and plays work and that you are keen to be involved with performances.

" Business BTEC 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  BTEC "

Year 12
The Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Business is a 30-credit and 180 guided-learning-hour (GLH) qualification that consists of two mandatory units plus one other unit that provides for a combined total of 30 credits. This is roughly equivalent to one AS-Level.

Mandatory units:

* The Business Environment
* Business Resources

In Year 13, the student adds further units to those already taken in Year 12.
The Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Business is a 60-credit and 360 guided-learning-hour (GLH) qualification that consists of four mandatory units plus optional units that provide for a combined total of 60 credits. This is roughly equivalent to one A-Level.

Mandatory Units:

* Introduction to Marketing
* Business Communication

" 1-2 Years "Recommended 4 grade Cs at GCSE including at least a C grade in English. " Fashion BTEC 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  BTEC "

This course is 100% coursework. A main brief will be provided with each unit to help guide students. There will be regular verbal feedback as well as interim and final feedback that link directly to given criteria from Edexcel. This is a creative course and follows the fashion and clothing pathway.

Students will produce a wide variety of work based on initial observational drawings. This will involve working from primary and secondary sources on a given theme. They will be required to work with a diverse range of media to create samples when exploring 2D and 3D materials, such as maquettes and modelling in paper and card; exploring the potential and limitations of a wide range of fabrics through the exploration of techniques as they work to develop their own ideas and concepts for fashion garments.

Students will also have the opportunity to create their own patterns for garment production and to create quarter and half scale toiles to review and develop this work further.

" 1-2 Years Suitable for students who have successfully completed a BTEC First Certificate in Art and Design (Fashion), or those who have come from a GCSE Art and Design or Product Design background. Music Technology BTEC 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  BTEC "

This is a course designed for those who are interested in all aspects of the Music Industry including sound production, sequencing and recording. It demands a critical ear for listening and an ability to make musical decisions.

You will need some knowledge of musical notation and some skill on an instrument would be beneficial but by no means essential. Most of all, you will need to spend time refining your work and never settle for second best.

Year 12 Units:

Delivering a Music Product
Experience the process of creating and delivering a product - probably a CD recording within guidelines typical within the music industry.

Listening Skills for Technologists
Develop listening skills, with a focus on the sonic and musical components particularly of interest to music technologists.

Music Production Techniques
Develop awareness of the equipment and techniques used in recording studios, be able to produce a complete studio recording.

Year 13 Units:

Sequencing Systems and Techniques
Develop knowledge of music sequencing software and the transferable skills that facilitate the realisation of musical ideas in both audio and MIDI environments. Develop the skills to set up, use and discuss sequencing systems and techniques.

Live Sound Techniques
Develop skills in the use of live sound reinforcement equipment; become familiar with the sound equipment used in a music venue and set up a sound system, use outboard equipment and set up monitor mixes

Special Subject Investigation
An opportunity to carry out an in-depth and practical investigation into a chosen area of interest; choose an appropriate area of study, which can be justified as suitable for investigation, showing scope for detailed study

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

It is essential to have a C grade at GCSE music or a Merit at Level 2 BTEC Music.

Entry to the course is sometimes subject to a discussion meeting between teacher and student.

" Sport BTEC 2014 Sept 1619 Hanley Castle High School  BTEC "

BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Sport would suit a student who has a keen interest in sport, providing a more practical, real-world approach to learning alongside a key theoretical background.

All students will cover the following units:

* Principles of Anatomy & Physiology
* The Physiology of Fitness
* Assessing Risk in Sport
* Fitness Training & Programming
* Sports Coaching
* Sports Development
* Fitness Testing for Sport & Exercise
* Practical Sport
* Leadership in Sport
* Exercise, Health & Lifestyle
* Psychology for Sports Performance
* Sports Injuries
* Rules, Regulations and Officiating in Sport

" 1-2 Years "

5 GCSEs at A*-C.

Students would benefit from previously studying Physical Education at GCSE level or Level 2 BTEC in Sport. C grades in GCSE PE and Science are recommended.

It is essential that all students considering this course are dedicated sports enthusiasts.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Hanley Castle High School directly.

Last updated date: 16 May 2014

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