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The following pages outline the subjects available at Dudley Sixth. All students study three or four subjects. To be in with a chance of joining us in September 2018 you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

General Entry Requirements

To study A levels, you will require a minimum of 5 GCSEs including two at grade 6 and three at grade 5. English language must be at a minimum of grade 4.

Individual subjects may have specific entry requirements (see courses for details).

English and Maths

We are committed to improving your English and maths skills while you are learning with us. You will have the opportunity to study English and/or maths as part of your main programme of study and all of your teachers will help you develop these skills throughout your time with us. If you do not have a GCSE (grade 4 or above) in English or maths then these subjects will be an integral part of your course.

Our aim is to get every learner who studies here to achieve GCSEs in English and maths (grade 4). However, we do recognise that not all learners will be ready to take a GCSE when they start their programme and for this reason we have developed a progression route to help them along the way.

A level course index

 
 
Black Country MPs and Principals celebrate College’s Week and call for fair funding of FE

Black Country MPs and Principals celebrate College’s Week and call for fair funding of FE

The Principals of the six colleges in the Black Country came together today with their local MPs to celebrate the valuable work that is being done in the further education (FE) sector to transform the skills of young people and adults living across the local area. The meeting was the culmination of a range of activities locally and nationally which have been part of the Association of Colleges (AoC) campaign, under the umbrella title of the “Love our Colleges” which has called on government to invest more in colleges and their staff.


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