Sixth Form


What are the aims of the course?

The course aims to develop understanding of a wide range of photographic approaches. Whether students are interested in digital photography, traditional SLR work or film-making, all will receive expert support and tuition.


What is involved?

During the A-Level course in Year 12 students will begin by focusing on different techniques within workshops and will produce documentary work and work for specific briefs, such as: portraits, constructed images and documenting living.


Why is it a useful qualification?

Many students decide to explore more aspects within the course and study an art foundation course at a college or university and build on this route further and specialise in a particular aspect of Art and Design at degree level. The completion of a Photography degree, could lead to a range of career options in such fields as advertising, marketing, design, architecture, publishing, fashion, and the media. The study of Photography develops transferable skills, which can be taken into many careers or degree pathways.



Ms Sarah Jackson

Head of Photography



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