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Sunderland - Southmoor Academy

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Programmes Available

Ordered Universe

Integrating the conceptual tools of modern science
with the textual methods of the humanities, the
course explores the work of major medieval thinker
Bishop Grosseteste. We want to encourage sixth form
pupils from Sunderland, from whatever discipline, to
bring their commitment and curiosity to work with
our academic team, joining us to study a dedicated
course, and attending an Easter and Summer School.

Ordered Universe

West London - westminster academy

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Programmes Available

Humanities and Social Sciences

This long-standing course takes around around
twenty Year 12 pupils from Greater Manchester and
Cheshire and around twenty Year 12 pupils from
parts of East and West London through a yearlong,
intensive, academic course themed around
‘Enlightenment and Romanticism’. This course
focuses on a range of disciplines, from Philosophy
and Literature to Economics and Politics.

Humanities and Social Sciences
Modern Languages

The London Centre for Languages and Cultures at Westminster Academy aims
to encourage and promote the study of languages. A
number of languages are included in our programmes,
from those commonly taught in schools, such as
French and Spanish, to languages which pupils may
be less familiar with, such as Japanese or Portuguese,
as well as applied linguistics. We provide a network
of subject resources, language study days, an Easter
School, and a residential summer school for pupils and
teachers.

Modern Languages

tameside - ashton sixth form college

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Coordinator

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Programmes Available

Humanities and Social Sciences

This long-standing course takes around around
twenty Year 12 pupils from Greater Manchester and
Cheshire and around twenty Year 12 pupils from
parts of East and West London through a yearlong,
intensive, academic course themed around
‘Enlightenment and Romanticism’. This course
focuses on a range of disciplines, from Philosophy
and Literature to Economics and Politics.

Humanities and Social Sciences
North West Science Network

The North West Science Network aims to engage
pupils with research-level science which complements
and expands upon the curriculum, designed to inform,
motivate, excite and inspire. We do this by providing
a programme of free events for STEMM students and
teachers, including lectures and seminars, visits to
research facilities, as well as Mathematics School and
Summer Schools held in Oxford.

North West Science Network
Philosophy and World Religions

Run via the Goldsmiths' Sutherland Centre for
Philosophy & World Religions at Ashton Sixth Form College, this course accepts
around twenty Year 12 pupils through a year-long,
intensive, academic course themed around a major
research project hosted at Pembroke College. ‘Holy
Wars: Religion and Conflict in the Modern World’
touches on Christianity and the First World War, the
Holocaust, Black liberation, Judaism and Islam.

Philosophy and World Religions

Cheshire - cheshire college south and west, crewe campus

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Coordinator

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Programmes Available

Humanities and Social Sciences

This long-standing course takes around around
twenty Year 12 pupils from Greater Manchester and
Cheshire and around twenty Year 12 pupils from
parts of East and West London through a yearlong,
intensive, academic course themed around
‘Enlightenment and Romanticism’. This course
focuses on a range of disciplines, from Philosophy
and Literature to Economics and Politics.

Humanities and Social Sciences
North West Science Network

The North West Science Network aims to engage
pupils with research-level science which complements
and expands upon the curriculum, designed to inform,
motivate, excite and inspire. We do this by providing
a programme of free events for STEMM students and
teachers, including lectures and seminars, visits to
research facilities, as well as Mathematics School and
Summer Schools held in Oxford.

North West Science Network
Philosophy and World Religions

Run via the Goldsmiths' Sutherland Centre for
Philosophy & World Religions at Ashton Sixth Form College, this course accepts
around twenty Year 12 pupils through a year-long,
intensive, academic course themed around a major
research project hosted at Pembroke College. ‘Holy
Wars: Religion and Conflict in the Modern World’
touches on Christianity and the First World War, the
Holocaust, Black liberation, Judaism and Islam.

Philosophy and World Religions