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Sixth Form (A Levels)

A Levels (Levels 5 & 6)

A Levels are the gold standard in advanced level school-age education. Highly valued in most countries around the globe, A Levels unlock university education to millions of ambitious students, who will power the economies of the future and lead society in key areas of responsibility. 

Entry to A Levels

One of the unique advantages of attending Cambridge Home School is that we teach in Levels, which allows your child to access the curriculum at their current level of potential attainment as opposed to their age. Levels 5 and 6 broadly equate to Year 12 and Year 13 in the UK education system. Students usually enter Level 5 when they turn 16 before the start of the Autumn term. However, if your child demonstrates a particularly high academic ability for their age in a particular subject, then they may take an A Level course from age 12 upwards. In addition, we expect students to have achieved at least a Level 7 (UK grading system) or Grade A in their (I) GCSE exam of their chosen A Level subject. Sometimes, it is possible to enter an A Level course without having studied that subject at GCSE; please refer to the A Level subject guides below for further information.

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