Abbot Beyne School

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Linnell Building, Osborne Street,

Burton-On-Trent,

Derbyshire,

DE15 0JL

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Information Technology

Abbot Beyne School

The Course Information Technology (IT) involves the use of computers in industry, commerce, higher education and elsewhere. IT includes aspects of IT systems architecture, human factors, project mana...

English

Abbot Beyne School

The GCSE English Language retake course begins in September of each academic year. Any student who has not achieved a grade 4 is expected to retake, if he/she has applied for the Sixth Form and been

Chemistry

Abbot Beyne School

Unit 1 Physical chemistry Y12: Atomic structure; Amount of substance; Bonding; Energetics; Kinetics; Chemical equilibria and Le Chatelier's principle; Oxidation, reduction and redox equations. Y13:

Biology

Abbot Beyne School

Biology A is split into 6 modules: Modules 1 to 6, combined with the Practical Endorsement, constitute the full A Level. The Modules can be summarised as: • Module 1: Development of practical s...

Mathematics

Abbot Beyne School

GCSE Mathematics is a prerequisite to many further and higher education courses and it is also in great demand amongst employers. Achieving a Grade 5 or above in your GCSE Mathematics will widen the

National Certificate in Performing Arts

Abbot Beyne School

The qualification is equivalent in size to 0.5 A Levels, and lasts a year. There is the opportunity to study a further year you gain the Extended Certificate which means the qualification will be wor...

Sociology

Abbot Beyne School

FANCY SOMETHING NEW? THEN TRY SOCIOLOGY! Sociology is a subject that fits squarely into the world today. It relates to our everyday experiences and will give you a broader understanding of how yo...

Psychology

Abbot Beyne School

What is Psychology about? Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and the mind. You will have an exciting opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of why people think and behave as they...

Physics

Abbot Beyne School

1 - Measurements and their errors 2 - Particles and radiation 3 - Waves 4 - Mechanics and materials 5 - Electricity 6 - Further mechanics 7 - Thermal physics 8 - Fields and their consequences

Media Studies

Abbot Beyne School

Media Studies uses a combination of academic theory, discussion and personal study of moving image, audio, printed texts and new media to provide students with the critical tools that will allow them

Mathematics

Abbot Beyne School

Why study Mathematics in the Sixth Form? The ability to solve problems, display and present information through graphs, diagrams and spreadsheets are all skills that are frequently used throughout va...

History

Abbot Beyne School

Studying history teaches students to conduct independent research, to identify the problems inherent in a question, to assess the arguments and evidence of others, to analyse primary data and to const...

Fine Art

Abbot Beyne School

A-level: During the A – level course students have the opportunity to work in a range of media, including traditional 2D and 3D materials, ICT and multimedia. There are 4 assessment objectives a...