S56 Course Choice Form v2 2425

Level 6 Options

Higher, National Progression Award, Skills for Work.

S5 Form 2024-25




Level 5 Options

National, National Progression Award, Skills for Work.

For a Level 5 Option which is not on the list above this can be studied in a S4 Class.

S5 Form 2 2024-25

For S6 Only


Virtual Course 24-25

S6 Options including SCQF Level 7 (Advanced Higher) and Virtual Campus

Advanced Higher Subjects may be offered in school, or through the virtual campus.

Please indicate your choice in one of the subject boxes in the electronic form.






In addition to the subjects offered, some students, where appropriate, may (in consultation with Senior Management) choose a subject from the list below:

  • Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)
  • Young Applicants in Schools Scheme (YASS)
  • In class support (minimum 4 periods)
  • Self-found Work Experience

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Further Advice

Subject choices can influence employment opportunities and college and university courses in the future.

It is important that you take the time to think about the subjects that you may need in order to pursue a particular career path when you leave school. Click on this link to see where your subject choices can take you. (opens new window)

If you have a particular course or career in mind, have a look at the college or university prospective to find out entry requirements.

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Level 7

Course Overview

The LEAPS Transitions Course is designed to give students the skills and experience they need to make a positive transition from school to university. Throughout the course, students work with academics and students from other schools on first-year university-level academic skills, developing confidence and an understanding of what it takes to be successful at university. This is a unique opportunity to get the 'uni' experience before starting for real.

Course Description

The course will be taught via interactive lectures, workshops, tutorial discussion, online participation and independent study. Students will also participate in project work, library research and meetings with tutors and students. Semester one will focus on academic skills and a writing assessment; semester two will have a lecture series and a group poster assessment.

Entry Requirements

We have no formal entry requirements, other than we anticipate students taking the course will be planning to apply to higher education. For example, students will either have Highers/Nat 5s required for university entry, or are taking these in S6.

Please speak to Mrs Bleach for further information.

Eligible UCAS applicants speak to Miss Thomson to see if you are LEAPS eligible.

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Completing your Course Choice form

Click here to access the form to select your Course Choices.