Students can now complete their GCSE Options Form.

Please complete: GCSE Options Form 2021.

Please note, there is only one submission per student, with no opportunity to re-submit if an error is made.

The deadline for submissions is Thursday 1 April 2021.

There is lots of great information below to support you in both choosing your options and completing the options form itself.



GCSE Options Key Information

We offer a wide range of subjects at GCSE and students are asked to select four options at the end of Year 8 to begin study in Year 9. The subjects are arranged in blocks and students must select one from each block. Students are also asked to provide three back-up choices, in rank order of preference.

Key upcoming dates

  • 1st April - deadline for completion of online options form (single submission)
  • June - letters sent home with confirmation of allocated subjects

GCSE Options booklets

These booklets contain all the information you need to make informed choices about which subjects to chose, as well as the general options process.

GCSE Options Form example

Here is a form to aid you in selecting your GCSEs. It illustrates how the blocks are laid out and explains how to make your choices.

Please note - this is not the form you will use to submit your options. An online options form will be available on Thursday 25 March 2021.

GCSE Options Evening Presentation

We hope you enjoyed our GCSE Options Evening and found it useful. You can revisit Ms Bryant's presentation below:

Year 9 GCSE Options Seminar

On Thursday 25 February 2021, we held an excellent seminar, hosted by our Careers Lead, Ms Alexander. The session offered advice about how to best choose your GCSEs, bearing in mind A levels and beyond. You can watch it below.

GCSE Subject Presentations

Click here to rewatch the subject presentations that were recently shown to all students.

Careers information

Thinking about what career you might like to have in the future is a great way to help you decide what GCSEs you would like to study. It's also completely fine if you have no idea what career you want at this stage, but looking at this page might provide you with some inspiration!

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