Wide range of subjects with professional facilities and excellent destinations
If you enjoy academic subjects, want to study them in more depth and perform well in exams, then you should consider A Levels, particularly if you intend to go to university.
If you don’t know which subjects to choose, then opting for the ones you most enjoyed at school is a good starting point.
Craven College has a much more exciting choice of A levels than you would normally see at school, allowing you to complement more traditional subjects with Geology, Media and Photography.
As we also have other courses in A Level subject areas, it means that our facilities are second to none.
Congratulations to all of our 2017 A level students on a fantastic set of results!
Well done to the sociology and creative writing students who were the best performers overall, not forgetting art and design, business, computer science, English language, English literature, geology, media studies, photography and psychology with 100% pass rates in each subject.
Here are just a few of our success stories:
- Henry Hibbs, from Skipton : psychology A, sociology A and creative writing C: Goldsmiths University of London, Psychology.
- Jack Perry, from Embsay : sociology B, citizenship B and psychology D : York St John's University, Criminology.
- Callum Joyce, from Bingley, computer science A*, psychology A* and English literature A: Nottingham University, Computer Science.
- Ellie Greenhalgh from Bingley: business studies A, computer science B and biology B has plans to study economics.
- Amy Jowett from Bingley: sociology A, psychology B and biology C, is aiming to be a paramedic and is deciding which university she would like to go to.
- Josh Knight Steward from Bradford, citizenship A*, government & politics B, religious studies B, history D: University of Manchester, English Language for Education.
- Charlie Pickard from Bradford, English language B, creative writing B and Media C: University of York, English language.
- Josie Simpson from Cowling, Psychology B, English Literature B and Geography C: University of Manchester, geography.
Mature students did exceptionally well (those aged over 19) with 100% pass rate in 9 out of 10 subjects.
- Richard Johnson, aged 24, from Sutton, AS level results : biology A, chemistry B and psychology A, said "I got a job after leaving school but realised in my early twenties that I had life goals which included going to university to study for a degree.
Craven College gave me the opportunity I wanted to do A levels and I have enjoyed the experience of being back in education, having to get my mind going and working toward my goal."