In Year 10 and Year 11, girls follow a chosen programme of study for their GCSE courses. Most girls take 10 GCSE examinations, studying a compulsory core of English, English Literature, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, at least one modern foreign language and one humanities subject.All girls follow a programme of Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship and Economic Education, which includes guidance on careers, and a full PE programme.
Girls also study Thinking Skills in Year 10 and Year 11. They have the opportunity of taking AS at the end of Year 11. In Year 10 girls also follow a non examined cultural enrichment course (BITES) to enhance their general knowledge.
- English Literature
- Thinking Skills
Modern Foreign Languages
- Religion, Philosophy and Ethics
- Design Technology
- Classical Greek can be studied outside the curriculum
At GCSE, classes in option subjects will be run according to demand and may not run if fewer than 10 pupils choose the subject.