What can I study?

The personal touch

Navigating post-16 education can be challenging and it is by no means a ‘one-size fits all’ approach. It is for this reason that we approach things in a different way. We offer bespoke pathways that enable you to achieve and progress.

Typical grades: Mainly A*s, A’s and a couple of B’s at GCSE, 6 and above in English and Maths

Typical courses: 3 A-Level’s, which are now all taken at the end of Year 13. An additional EPQ (see course handbook) might be taken to support you area of interest, University’s love this qualification!

– EPQ support and tutoring
– University mentoring scheme
– UCAS programme
– Critical thinking coaching
– Foreign residential built around your A-Level courses
– Small class sizes (max 18)

Destinations: Most likely your destination will be University. In recent years students have progressed to all Russell group Universities and even Harvard in America!

Typical grades: Mostly B’s with a couple of C’s at GCSEs, 4 and above in English and Maths

Typical courses: You might do one or two A-levels and one or two specialist BTECs. For example Economics and Digital Games Design. Lots of different combinations can be taken, with 3 the ideal number.

– 6 week work placements per year
– Employer engagement programme every Wednesday
– Personal Coach and employer mentor
– CV and interview masterclasses
– UCAS programme
– Small class sizes (max 18)

Destinations: You might chose University or you might chose to go straight into employment, either with one of Logic’s employer partners or elsewhere! You will certainly be employable.

Typical grades: Minimum 5C’s including Maths or English, 4 and above in English and Maths

Typical courses: You will mainly do BTEC Level 3 qualifications. We might need to sneak in a Maths or English retake but hopefully not!

– 6 weeks work placements per year
– Employer engagement programme every Wednesday
– Personal Coach and employer mentor
– CV and interview masterclasses
– Apprenticeship application support
– Small class sizes (max 18)

Destinations: University is still an option. However you might chose to go straight into employment or even start an apprenticeship. You will have gained confidence and skills to make the choice.

What can I study?

Our aim is to provide you with the broadest choice of subjects from our best providers. You can click on the buttons below to see the full range of courses that we offer.



Business Studies


English Lit and Lang



Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)



Computing and Programming

Game Design

Business Management


Fashion & Events

Health and Social Care






Accountancy (AAT Bookkeeping)

Exams for Industry (Comptia +)

Core Maths (Level 3)

What are the courses like?

Please find our full prospectus below which details the Sixth Form curriculum offer.

Where can I find out more?

If you have any questions please contact us at admissions@tudorparkeducation.org

Alternatively contact one of Sixth Form team who will direct you to the right subject teacher:

Director of Sixth Form: h.vanderman@logicstudioschool.org

Head of Year 12: s.fishwick@logicstudioschool.org

Head of Year 13: r.coles@logicstudioschool.org 

If you have any questions regarding Consortium subjects studied at Reach  please contact Hannah Vanderman above or Fiona directly at f.dyke@reachacademy.org

Key Stage 5

Our Tudor Park Trust curriculum offer at Key Stage 5 is supported by Logic Studio School, Springwest Academy and our external partner school – Reach Academy.  This allows us to run a broad range of viable classes. Specific subject offerings do vary from year to year depending primarily on where we feel we have ‘subject excellence’ and the requirements of our students.

The majority of students study three courses for the duration of their two year programme of study. Through careful transition work students may opt to ‘try’ subjects for a short period at the beginning of Year 12. We also hold ‘entry assessments’ in the first three weeks of our courses to ensure that students are placed on suitable courses. There are a number of different pathways that students can select from to suit their academic ability.

Students sit interim assessments at 6 points throughout the year. These are designed to support students in preparing for terminal examinations by regularly requiring students to collate their notes and test their knowledge. Data from these assessments are used to create RAP groups which are shared with staff. In class intervention and high quality differentiation are key to ensuring that learners needs are met. Students underachieving across two or three subjects are assigned to additional study groups for further support.

All students attend a Prep session at the beginning of the day followed by  the morning session, where students do not have timetabled lessons they have timetabled and supervised private study. This is to support the increase in independent work that is expected from students; for each hour of direct teaching the student receives they should be dedicating an hour of their time outside of class to consolidate and extend their understanding.

Further pastoral support, including CEIAG is delivered by Logic Studio School.

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