About A Levels
Eton Academy's AS and A Level schooling is for students aged 16 to 18 and is designed to cover Years 12 – 13 of the British National Curriculum (Key Stages 4).
A Levels take place over two years and are sometimes refered to as college in the UK.
Eton Academy uses the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) syllabus for A Levels.
Students are required to take 4 subjects in their first year and then 'drop' a subject so they take 3 in their second year. For the 'dropped' subject students will recieve an AS Level.
Completion of A Levels allow for students to progress to university.
A Levels are available as self-study only.
A Levels are split into two predefined pathways with 4 subjects each for students to choose from, however subjects can be mixed if students would prefer a different combination of subjects. After the first year students will choose three of these subjects to continue studying.
Medical and Engineering Pathway
What is included?
Students at Eton Academy benefit from a range of quality features and resources that are designed to support learners with their education.
Learning Management System
Students and their parents will have access to our state of the art Learning Managemnt System where they can find digital resources and access all of the subject guides and school information they need to complete their studies.
Students will be provided with interactive ebooks (via Boost) to support their learning. These books can be personalised with notes, bookmarks, highlights and revision cards.
All school years are offered a weekly pastoral care meeting (PSHE) to ensure they are being supported to the best of our abilities.
Report cards are given out at the end of every term and at the end of the academic year, resulting in 4 report cards a year so students and their parents can keep up to date with their progress.
Extra Curricular Activities
We offer a range of exciting extracurricular opportunities for students to discover interests outside of their lessons. View our extra curricular activities here.
Students do not sit their examinations as part of their Eton Academy schooling. Instead, Eton Academy fully prepares them for the exams through subject lessons.
Students must sit their examinations at an official examination centre local to them. Eton Academy will guide students in registering for these.
Eton Academy will provide information about examinations as soon as the application processes for them are open. We will help parents and students find their nearest examination centre. As part of the application process for sitting examinations, you will be required to pay a fee to the exam board.
Enroling at Eton Academy
We understand that transferring your child to a new school is a big decision and a big commitment. This is why we will help you every step of the way.
To find out more about studying at Eton Academy and to enrol, please contact us using the below details.
Address: 19 Waters Edge Business Park,
Modwen Road, Salford Quays,
Greater Manchester, M5 3EZ
Telephone: +44 161 877 1316
WhatsApp: +7398 392929