Each Futures Programme will consist of:

  • Core Learning - A wide selection of A Level and BTEC courses linked to the chosen career
  • Additional Qualifications - Each programme involves an Extended Project Qualification to develop research, problem solving skills and communication skills
  • Wow Events - This includes master classes, educational visits, practical or experimental work, and visiting to guest speakers
  • Focused, Career Specific Advice and Guidance - Accessible information to help students understand how to progress into different careers
  • Support for Competitive Entry - Support and guidance to help students gain entry to highly competitive courses and Universities

There is a range of career areas that students can focus their Futures Programme towards. These are:

  • Future Artists
  • Future Athletes (Talented Athlete Support Scheme)
  • Future Engineers
  • Future Entrepreneurs
  • Future Journalists
  • Future Lawyers
  • Future Medics
  • Future Physiotherapists and Midwifery Professionals
  • Future Scientists
  • Future Social Scientists
  • Future Teachers