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Pupils follow different pathways dependent on their entry profile, ambition, and career projections. A Level and vocational qualifications are taught in a variety of subject areas. Year 12 follows a two week timetable.

Each subject is taught for 8 lessons per fortnight. Most students select three subjects to study and some choose four.

A Level subjects include; Art, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English Literature, Further Mathematics, Geography, Government & Politics, History, Mathematics, Media Studies, PE, Photography, Physics, Product Design, Psychology, Sociology and Spanish.

Vocational subjects include; Applied Science, Business Studies, Engineering, Information Technology and Sport.

Each student undertakes an Ethics programme (1 hour) and will be involved in Study Skills lessons (1 hour) as well as having timetabled Private Study sessions (1 hour).

Pupils who did not gain a C grade in English or Mathematics GCSE will re-sit the qualification as part of their year 12 programme.

CBSC links with Crystal Palace Football Club and leads a football academy. Students can trial at the beginning of Year 12 to be part of this programme which is inclusive of their overall timetable.

Assessment dates

Will take place in the week commencing:

31st October 2016
20th February 2017
19th June 2017

Targets, Attitude to Learning and Transitional Assessment Grades

Will be issued in the week commencing:

3rd October 2016

Interim Report

Will be issued in the week commencing:

27th March 2017

Full Report

Will be issued in the week commencing:

17th July 2017

Key dates

10th October 2016               Parents Information Evening
16th March 2017                   6th Form Parents Evening

Important contacts

 Learning Coordinator  Ben Howard  bhoward@carshaltonboys.org
 Pastoral Support Officer  Sue Barker  sbarker@carshaltonboys.org
 Deputy Principal  Matt Robinson  mrobinson@carshaltonboys.org
 Director of Sixth Form  Paula Cowell  pcowell@carshaltonboys.org

Parents Information Booklet to follow.