Grace came to Loreto from St Peter’s High School and decided to study a blend of a BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Health and Social care, alongside and 2 A Levels; Psychology and Biology. She has achieved fantastic grades and will now be going to Swansea University to study Audiology.

The choice to study a blended programme (BTEC and A Level) suits many students, as the courses complement each other and the method of assessment is different; within BTECs, the majority of assessed work is through coursework, whereas the main form of assessment for A Level is through written exam.

If, like Grace, you would like to study a blended programme, you can see our full course listings here: