Alongside your A-levels, you can also opt for exciting qualifications to complement your studies and support entry to study higher education.
The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) and the CREST Award give you the opportunity to research a subject or topic of your choice. You’ll be supported through input on research methods and tutorials as your project develops.
The EPQ develops independent research and study skills which many universities regard highly.
The CREST Award develops your practical project and teamwork skills. We also offer a range of mini qualifications to give you the competitive edge in reaching your future goals.
19 August 2022
Results joy for Chichester College A-level students
It was a day of celebration for students at Chichester College, as they arrived to collect their results on Thursday ...
18 August 2022
Chichester College A-level students celebrate 99% pass rate
The college has recorded a 99% pass rate for A-levels, according to figures just released for 2022, with more than ...
College Connect - our new parent portal
College Connect is our online portal for parents and carers which allows you to track the progress of your young person at college. You will be able to see what courses they are enrolled on, timetables, attendance data, mark book grades and progress reports. We also store any general communications with parents and carers on this site.
Parents and carers who have been identified as permitted contacts by students will be able to log on to College Connect to gain secure access to a range of live information.
Please note: College Connect is only available for parents/carers of A-level students. You will be contacted by email/letter if you are eligible.
Hear directly from our A-level tutors about what to expect when you study an A-level at Chichester College.
Visit our A-levels video archive to view the following subjects:
- English Language & Literature
- English Literature
- Film Studies
- Further Maths
- Physical Education
- Religious Studies