Driven by a passion for learning and a joy in teaching, the CCSS course structure and breadth provides an unrivalled platform for academic and personal growth. A bespoke provision for each student is defined in partnership with you, building upon your strengths and reflecting your interests, personal style and ambitions.
A Levels and GCSE at CCSS
A-levels are a unique course, allowing students to focus their passions into specialist subjects in a way almost unheard of anywhere else in the world. And we plan the combination of courses for each student to a plan which is personally tailored to reflect their strengths and support their passions for study and for the future. Most of our students join us at 15 to 18 years old to take A-levels over two years, a plan we find that delivers the very best possible learning experience and preparation for their examinations.
GCSEs are the examination taken by 15 & 16 year olds in preparation for A-level study. Most schools offer this as a two year course, but CCSS has successfully pioneered a one year programme.
We offer a very broad range of subjects that give students a very varied and balanced introduction to the curriculum. Maths, English and a science subject are compulsory on this course and students usually take between five and seven subjects, depending on their background and future plans. We have found this approach, giving experience of a range of subjects, is perfect for when we sit down and tailor a personal plan for each of our students A-level programme.
of our students over the last five years have gone on to higher education
Our Oxbridge applicants' success rate is more than double the national average
Students retaking subjects on our fast track courses achieve on average 2 grades higher than before
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