Sixth Form

Why study AS and A Levels Online?

Students can sometimes find the step up from GCSE to A Levels more challenging that the progressing from Sixth Form to University.

Studying online with King’s InterHigh is flexible, revolves around your lifestyle and is also key to promoting independent learning and further enquiry. A Levels are recognised around the world and by top universities and employers.

An online Sixth Form with smaller classes and less distractions

Our experienced online teachers are trained to help students achieve the best outcomes by providing opportunities to stretch those who are excelling, and support those who need additional help.

Typically, students study three online A Level courses. Each A Level involves just under 5 hours per week and lessons are timetabled and recorded.

King’s InterHigh’s AS and online A Level class sizes are limited to a maximum of 20 students.

A wealth of online resources and social activities

At King's InterHigh, all our interactive lessons are recorded and archived. This archive is accessible 24/7. As well as being a great resource for lesson preparation and revision, it also means that you can revisit online A Level course content at any time.

As well as our online school library, we have a whole host of clubs and societies students can join – and our very own online common room! We host common room guest talks every Friday afternoon. Army officers, doctors, nurses and scientists have given talks about their careers in the past and the weekly slot can also sometimes be about topical issues and other areas of interest brought up by teachers or students.

We encourage social engagement both in and out of the classroom and hold regular school trips throughout the year, as well as a Summer Ball.

Dedicated support for university and job applications

The university application process can be daunting for students. Every year, King’s InterHigh students studying A Levels are helped by our dedicated team in applying for university places. We help students write their personal statements and anything else they need to submit a strong UCAS and Oxbridge application.

We find that universities like our students because they can provide evidence of ‘self-directed study’ via distance learning A Levels. The team is also on hand to help you with your career choices and look at various career paths you could take.

A wide choice of online A Level courses

Students may choose to study our A Levels in addition to their current school’s offer. If the school or college only offers some of the subjects you want to study at AS and A Level, then King’s InterHigh’s Sixth Form College could offer you the perfect solution. Students can combine their current studies with our online offer or use our recordings to provide further study and exam preparation.

Year 12 Options

If joining in Year 12 from September 2021 – July 2022. Please choose only one option from each group - this is to ensure your choices fit with our timetable.

Group A
Biology
Business
English Literature
Further Maths
Biology (Intl)
Sociology
Group B
English Language
History
Physics
Group C
Physics (Intl)
French
German
Group D
Chemistry (Intl)
Computer Science
Geography
Media
Politics
Group E
Chemistry
Classical Civilisation
Economics
Spanish
Group F
Psychology
Group G
Maths
Law

Year 13 Options

If joining in Year 13 from September 2021 – July 2022. Please choose only one option from each group - this is to ensure your choices fit with our timetable.

Group A
Biology
Business
English Language
Further Maths
Physics (Intl)
Sociology
Group B
English Literature
History
Law
Physics
Group C
Biology (Intl)
French
German
Group D
Chemistry (Intl)
Computer Science
Geography
Media
Politics
Group E
Chemistry
Classical Civilisation
Economics
Psychology
Group F
Spanish
Group G
Maths

How we teach

King’s InterHigh uses an online learning platform and lesson library for delivery and 24/7 access to subject materials. Classes are timetabled and lessons are taught live by qualified UK teachers trained in online teaching and learning. All lessons are recorded. Depending on the subject and age of student, subjects may include a “lead” lesson (seminar) and an “explore” lesson (tutorial of up to 20 students). Students apply the knowledge they have learned through “apply” or homework assignments and are assessed regularly through summative and formative assessments. Teachers use online break out rooms, chats, polls, quizzes as well as virtual simulations to encourage student interaction and foster engagement and understanding with the topic being discussed.

Attend our next online open event

Register for our next online open event to meet teachers, parents and pupils. Open events are hosted by King’s InterHigh’s expert staff and teachers. Through the course of the event, we discuss the curriculum, demonstrate how live lessons work and explore the learning platform.