One of the many benefits of being an A level college in London is being able to take advantage of the many cultural experiences that the city has to offer! Don’t miss this opportunity to catch one of the world’s most magical stories, Alice in Wonderland, being brought to life at The Royal Opera House on Thursday 15th January! This is now a SOLD OUT show, so this is your last chance to experience the show live! If you are interested in going, book your tickets at OCP reception with Jenny for just £20!
As you may know, we take a trip to Europe once a year, and this year we are off to BARCELONA! Things to know: There are 20 places available on this trip It will cost £425 which includes everything! If it comes to less you will get some of the money back. The deadline to sign up for this trip is Friday 23rd January. If you are interested in coming along, see Astrid to sign up!
Whilst changes to our education system are inevitable, sometimes it can be hard to keep up with everything that is in the pipeline. The latest proposed A level reforms could cause what has been described as an ‘upheaval’, and could lead to some universities having to review their entry requirements. Should the reforms go ahead, it would mean that AS levels would not count towards final A levels, leaving students who are studying at A level college with the decision of whether to continue with 4 subjects or just focus on 3. How much universities actually value the extra A Continue Reading →
Deciding to study at an A level college in London may have been a big decision for some of you, but going on to study medicine at university is an even bigger one. Are you ready for life-or-death decisions to be in your hands? Have you considered how you will cope with handling cadavers? Have you thought about how you’ll manage if your patient disagrees with you? All of these things are worth taking into account. The following article gives you an idea of what you can expect when you begin on your journey to becoming a doctor: Studying medicine Continue Reading →
Making the transition from GCSEs to A level can be very tough, and many students find it to be much harder than expected. Now that you’ve had some time to settle in, here is what you can expect in the coming months. Be prepared to work HARD! One of the first things you will notice is the increased workload. You will have more reading to do and have much more information to take in. Adjusting to the different way of working can be a challenge at first, but once you get into the swing of things, you’ll wonder why Continue Reading →