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Engagers (age 15 -17 )

 
If you are age 15 –  17 you will follow our Engage with  IB / A Level programme. This is good if you want to prepare for the IB Diploma or A-Levels or you are in year 13 and you want to revise a particular subject for your final examinations. If you are an international student you should have at least a B2 level of English on the Common European Framework.


You have a choice of the following subjects and you will have four study blocks a week. You need to choose your subjects prior to the course.  We will write the timetable around your choices and you will have an individual timetable which is written to meet your individual needs.

We offer the following subject options:

Art, 
Biology,
Chemistry,
Design & Technology (only available in Bristol)
Drama & Music  (not available in Cambridge),
Economics, business & entrepreneurship,
English,
Environmental Systems & Societies  (not available in Cambridge),
Essay Writing, History & Politics (not available in Cambridge)
Literature (not available in Cambridge,
Mathematics 
Media Studies (not available in Cambridge),
Physics,
Presentations & Interviews,
Psychology (not available in Cambridge),
Social Studies (only available in Cambridge,
Theory of Knowledge (ToK)      

Do you like Art and Music or Economics and Maths or Physics and Chemistry? 
It is YOUR choice, it is YOUR summer!

 

Subjects offered depend on students' choices, so not every subject is available every week. We make every effort to give students their first choices.  

If you would like us to send you a curriculum showing more details of each subject then please email: info@academicsummer.co.uk.

IB / A level subject choices

In your lessons you will:

  • improve your study skills
  • experience the practical nature of the subject
  • explore a range of different media and materials
  • enjoy using modern technology
  • explore a variety of cultures
  • explore subjects in the context of their locality
  • work together to help one another understand challenging concepts and functions.