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Unsure what course to study?

You just need to answer three simple questions about your study preferences, interests and predicted grades and we can suggest courses that might suit you.

  • 1 Study type
  • 2 Your Interests
  • 3 Your Grades
Question 1

How would you prefer to study?

Question 2

What are your interests?

Question 3

What grades have you achieved or are predicted?

These results are a suggestion of courses you may want to explore but are by no means a definitive list and individual entry requirements do apply.

Welcome to A Levels

Hello and welcome to our College. We are delighted you have chosen to study with us, and are looking forward to meeting you (If we haven’t done so already).

Below you will find the dates and times, and instructions on how you can meet your tutors remotely. We have also listed some FAQs but if you still have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via the form below.

Meet your Tutors

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Meet your tutors using Google Meet so you can ask any questions before you start. There are also a few general Q&A sessions with Head of Department, Marilyn Kennedy, if you have any questions that are not specific to your subject.

Each tutor has a pre-arranged slot, all the dates and times are listed below in chronological order.

There will also be the opportunity to discuss the summer work you will be required to do to prepare for your A Level studies.

To join the meeting, follow the simple steps below:

  1. Navigate to https://​meet​.google​.com
  2. Click Join or start a meeting’
  3. Enter the 10 digit code listed under each tutor session.


What will happen if I don’t get the grades?

Try not to panic, we would advise you to attend your enrolment slot as normal, as there will be an opportunity to discuss your grades in this process.

We have many years of experience in ensuring students progress on to the course most suitable for them, so you can trust we will do everything we can to ensure you have the best opportunities to succeed.

Can I change my mind?

We understand that choosing what to study is a huge decision, so we allow students to up to 6 weeks to change their mind and transfer to an alternative course/​s if places are available to do so.

We also have a very effective​‘6 weeks to success programme’ that operates from the first day you start your course. This will include one-to-one reviews with your academic tutor to ensure you are progressing and achieving well, and is the chance for you to raise any concerns you have with your current studies, and for us to help you solve them.

Will classes operate remotely?

We have been using the Google Suite for Education for over a year and it is used confidently by staff and students. This allows us to teach and assess remotely and meant we could transition to remote learning during the pandemic fairly easily, maintaining all timetables and lessons as normal.

G Suite allows us to teach and connect with every student either one-on-one or with the whole class so you can be confident your experience will be as high in quality online, as it is on campus.

At the moment we are preparing to teach most of our lessons online in the first instance with science lessons remaining on campus in our labs. If social distancing restrictions relax we will consider changing this and begin to introduce more lessons back on campus. 


More questions? We will be happy to answer them!

If you are enquiring about a course, please tell us which one?

I achieved A*, A*, A and secured a place at The University of Nottingham to study Theoretical Physics and work towards my PHD.


Emily achieved A*, A, A, A* in Biology, Maths, Chemistry and her EPQ. The former Prince William School student progressed to The University of Nottingham to study Chemical Engineering.


Ellie achieved A*, A, A and was accepted in to Newcastle University to study Biomedical Science with her results in Maths, Chemistry and Biology.


With amazing support from my tutors, in particular Paul Donschak, I achieved A*, A, A. Paul’s passion has inspired me to continue to study Physics at the University of Nottingham.


A career in medicine is a dream come true for former Arthur Mellows Village College student Jude Campbell who was delighted with his results of A*, A, B in Chemistry, Biology and Geography.


New College Stamford offer more choice than any other sixth forms so I could study more art based subjects. The teachers really support you to achieve the best you can.


I’ve had a brilliant two years at New College Stamford, it’s been the best years of my education! With grades A*, A, B, I’m now progressing to Cardiff University to study Journalism.


After achieving AAA in my A Levels, I have been accepted onto an English Linguistics degree at one of the top 20 universities in the world - Kings College London!

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