A Level Curriculum

At Felsted, pupils following the A Level/BTEC route will usually study 3 subjects and supplement this with the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).

Should pupils wish to take four A Levels (for example, pupils wishing to take Maths and Further Maths), we will consider their requests carefully.

Our curriculum is designed as a two year course, it is not possible for pupils to choose 4 subjects initially with the intention of dropping one later on.


Toby Clark

Prefect Toby Clark was Felsted's top achiever in 2023, gaining 4 A*s in Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths.

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Helen Matthews

Our top performing girl in 2023 was Helen Matthews, achieving an incredible three A*s and an A in History, Drama, English and Latin. She will be going on to read Ancient and Modern History at Somerville College, Oxford, with a Choral Scholarship.

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Sebastian Cornelius

Sebba Cornelius has received an Operatic Scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music, where he will be doing various vocal training, language learning and taking on a second study; learning to play accompaniment for both himself and for others.

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Luke Salmon

Having joined Felsted in year two, Luke Salmon progressed through the school to study History, Geography and Economics at A Level. Luke has successfully secured an apprenticeship with ITV and hopes to build a career from this.

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Molly Jeremiah

Molly has achieved a place to study Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at Harper and Keele Veterinary School, with the ambition to travel the world, working in Australia and Africa with larger animals before settling down to have her own Equine or Farm vet practice.

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Niamh Little

Niamh achieved an impressive set of results in Classics, English and TEP which secured her place to read Classical Civilisation at Warwick. After University she hopes to pursue a career in Teaching and Educational Psychology.

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Emily Davis

Emily Davis secured a place at Durham to study Classics after an incredible set of results in Latin, Classics and History, along with an A* at EPQ.

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Extended Project Qualification

The EPQ serves to enrich and extend a student’s academic performance by enabling them to ‘learn how to learn’. A completed project carries with it, not only significant UCAS points (slightly more than an AS qualification), but also material to discuss when applying for a course, apprenticeship or work placement. Many universities value EPQ owing to the independent study skills it develops, with some reducing offers for an A/A* EPQ.

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