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The term A-Level refers to the education of children in the UK between the ages of 17 and 18 years old. In schools these are called Years 12 and 13.
Most children in this academic age bracket would normally be taking A-Levels, BTECs or other practical qualifications.
For many Home Educating parents this means sourcing a 1:1 private tutor outside of a school environment or teaching them via textbooks, online courses or small group sessions before finding a school to act as an exam centre when your child is ready to sit examinations.
In schools most children sit their A-Levels at the end of Year 13 (18 years old) but there is no statutory age at which they have to sit examinations so you can choose when they are ready.
Enabled Learning's targeted A-Level resources can offer standalone lessons or modules of work to support parents and families home educating at this academic level. The resources are varied in nature and include a brilliant range of VAK activities for many subjects using various delivery methods such as worksheets, PowerPoints, practical activities and so much more.
The material is accessible for both gifted and talented students as well as those who have additional SEND needs. If you feel that there is something we have not provided or delivered via our products then do not hesitate to get in touch and let us know how we could help you and your family out.
Choosing the Right Exam Board for You:
Before you examine decide which A-Level subjects to take you need to make sure that you are selecting the correct examination board.
Not all of them offer the same subjects and you may find that no schools nearby offer your child the chance to be an external candidate when it comes time to sit the final exams.
Before you go on to investigate the subject resources at the bottom of this page please make sure that you are completely sure about the demands of your teenager's chosen exam board. We suggest that you double check the different specifications using the links below.