Curriculum

Here at De Lisle College Sixth Form we offer a blended curriculum of A Level courses alongside BTEC qualifications, each of which is equivalent to one A level. All students are encouraged to achieve their full academic potential as well as gaining the transferable skills, which will lead them to successful, fulfilling lives and careers beyond De Lisle.

Students can study three or four subjects throughout Year 12 and 13. For our full list of courses, and for more in depth information about each of them, please see below.

Our Courses Website

A levels

To read more about each course please click on the images below:

Art     Biology     Business     Chemistry     

Computer sci     Dt product design     Drama     Economics     

English lang lit     English lit     French     Geography     

History     Maths     Further maths     Music     

Pe     Physics     Psychology     Religious studies     

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BTECs

To read more about each course please click on the images below:

App psychology     App science     Creative media     Health social care     

Performing arts     Sport exercise sci    

                       

                       

                      

                               

               

 

 

  • November 19, 2018 We were pleased to welcome both Oxford and Cambridge universities into De Lisle today to deliver informative joint talks to year 11, 12 and 13 students from local schools about their post-16 choices and the university admissions process. Read more
  • November 15, 2018 The Year 7 netball team will take on St Martin's in the quarter finals of the Team Leicestershire tonight after their 14-3 win against St Paul's on Tuesday evening. Good Luck! Read more
  • November 14, 2018 Well done to the year 9 Rugby team, winning their County Cup match 45-26 against Welland Park. MOTM was Aidan.
  • November 9, 2018 The Poppy Project: To commemorate the 100th anniversary Eco-Club and Art & Design worked together to create a display of poppies made from plastic bottles in our garden. Read more
  • November 9, 2018 Today we held our own Remembrance liturgies which drew upon the great sacrifice of others to ensure our futures. May all lives taken as a result of war and conflict serve as a reminder that we are called to spread peace throughout the world. Read more