Approximately 50% of the time will be spent looking at the basic concepts and using them.
Classwork will often start off by looking at the relevant notes together as a group, adding key facts and emphasising particular points. This will be followed up by looking at problems either in small groups or individually.
The remaining time will be practically based, working on experiments closely linked to the theory covered.
Your programme will include a combination of:
- Essential Skills qualifications and/or
- GCSE resits and/or
- The Welsh Baccalaureate
Welsh Baccalaureate is a valuable qualification which is often studied alongside your Level 3 full-time course.
The qualification is graded A*-E, carrying the equivalent UCAS points at Level 3, and equips you with transferable personal and business skills. It is highly regarded by universities and employers alike.
As part of the qualification, you will learn about Global Citizenship, Enterprise and Employability and take part in community engagement and work experience.
This may include a combination of Application of Number, Communication, Digital Literacy and Essential Employability Skills
This may include GCSE Numeracy/Maths and/or Welsh/English Language.