Cheney offers excellently taught academic and vocational courses, and an enrichment programme that we tailor to the needs and preferences of our aspirational students. We all challenge ourselves to continually improve and our work with key partners and experts ensures our provision is cutting edge and inspirational.
Alongside our A Level courses, we offer a range of Level 3 BTECs, which are equivalent to a full A Level. In Science, we also offer a Double Applied Science Award which is equivalent to two full A Levels.
Thank you to filmmakers Roísín Anderson and Rob Lemkin for these videos which give an overview of each of our faculties.
As we are not able to run a face-to-face open event this year, owing to Covid restrictions, many of our staff and students have been busy making subject information videos. We haven't been able to produce a subject video for every subject, so if you can't find what you are looking for here, please see the relevant faculty video above and the subject guide for more information. You can also get in touch with staff to find out more.
Our final videos will be uploaded here over the coming days ...
Making Your Choice
Most students will pick three subjects to study in Sixth Form. If you are predicted to get high grades in the majority of your subjects, then you may decide to apply for four subjects. When deciding on your choice of subjects it is important to reflect on what you enjoy and how you learn. You should also take your GCSE grades and your future career aspirations into account.
Before you start your application, it is essential that you read our Subject Guide, which outlines the subjects on offer and entry requirements:
Applicants must choose one subject from each block in the grid below. The application form will give you the opportunity to let us know if there is an options combination you would like to do that isn’t possible based on these blocks.
IMPORTANT: There are a number of subjects currently listed as pending in the grid: Classical Civilisation, Food Science and Nutrition Diploma, French, German, Latin, Psychology, Spanish. Once we have reviewed students' interest in these subjects, we will slot them in the appropriate columns. The application form gives you the opportunity to select these subjects.