Course Overview One of the most sought after subjects for entry into higher education, Physics focuses on the organisation of the universe and the la…
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Chemistry is the study of the elements and their compounds and brings together important aspects of Physics and Biology.
Chemistry is the study of the elements and their compounds and brings together important aspects of Physics and Biology. Chemical principles underpin all biological systems and the physical environment in which we live, affecting everything from high performance materials to sustainable energy to the effectiveness of modern medicines.
Students must also produce a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate their competence in a variety of practical tasks.
Standard entry requirements to include grade 5 English and grade 5 Maths GCSEs, plus GCSE 6 in Chemistry or 66 in Core Science & Additional Science
£30 per year for textbooks.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract
There are many options for those seeking a career in Chemistry including toxicology, laboratory work, development chemistry, analysis, clinical pathology and more. Students may consider direct entry into employment or further training.
A key course for students planning to continue on to university and pursue a career in areas such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, environmental science, chemical engineering, materials science or biotechnology. It also provides a strong grounding for those wishing to pursue many other subject areas at degree level.
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I came to The Henley College from Cox Green School, as I really wanted a change of environment and liked the style of a college compared to a sixth form.
Whilst studying Chemistry at Henley I really enjoyed the practical lessons, particularly the lesson where we got to synthesise aspirin in chemistry. I also enjoyed having the opportunity to take part in the chemistry Olympiad and Cambridge Chemistry Challenge
I enjoyed the freedom that I was given and the fact that I was treated like an adult. The more relaxed environment allowed me to make my own decisions about my studies. My teachers were also all really enthusiastic which really helped me to develop my love for science.