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At Bodmin College, we offer an exhilarating and unique way of studying through a combination of subject and course choices that are designed to enable you to move a step closer to your future aspirations. Individualised Programmes of Study are personalised through the extensive range of choices available in subject areas and across our Enrichment Opportunities, with all students having access to our Accessing Professions mentoring programme.

Applied Science

Art, Craft and Design

Arts Leader Award

Beauty Therapy




Computer Science


Core Maths


Drama & Theatre

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Early Years Education & Care

Elite Academy

English Language

English Literature

Extended Project

Fashion and Clothing

Fine Art

Football Academy

French and Spanish

Further Maths


Graphic Design


Health and Social Care

Higher Sports Leadership Award


ICT Practitioner


Media Studies


Netball Academy

Personal Training

Perspectives on Science

Philosophy of R&E


Physical Education



Rugby Academy


Sports Studies

Work Skills

16-19 Study Programmes

Bodmin College follows, as is appropriate to student’s requirements, the Department of Education’s (DfE) guidance (January 2016) on 16 to 19 study programmes on the planning and delivery of 16 to 19 study programmes.

At Bodmin College, 16 to 19 study programmes are designed to provide students with a structured and challenging individualised learning programme that supports their development and progression in line with their future career plans. All study programmes for all students should:

  • include one or more academic, applied or vocational qualifications that stretch the student and link clearly to training, employment or higher education, or work preparation and an extended work placement for those students who are not ready for study at level 2, or who are on a traineeship
  • require students who do not have GCSE A*-C in maths or English to work towards the achievement of these qualifications
  • allow for meaningful work experience (related to the vocational area) and/or other non-qualification activity to develop students’ personal skills and/or prepare them for employment, training or higher/further education.

All study programmes focus on maximising progression to the next stage of education, employment or an apprenticeship.