Wellington College

Wellington College Belfast

Co-Educational Grammar School

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Wellington College Belfast offers a wide range of subjects for all students.

Physics

Physics

In the Physics department at Wellington we strive to develop the next generation of physicists and engineers through the vibrant and forward looking GCSE and A Level courses that we offer.

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Sociology

Sociology

The study of Sociology focuses on contemporary society and provides an awareness of the importance of social structure in explaining social issues. Students are encouraged to develop their own sociological awareness through active engagement with the contemporary world. The specification is designed to encourage students to acquire an understanding of social change; understand the research process within Sociology; and to develop a lifelong interest in social issues.

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Careers

Careers

The world of work is undergoing major change with old jobs disappearing and new opportunities becoming available largely due to the impact of technology and the global market. With these facts in mind we believe that an effective careers and guidance programme is even more crucial for our young people. This view point is clearly supported by CCEA as we see Education for Employability at the heart of the revised Northern Ireland Curriculum and with the new CEIAG guidelines from the Department of Education. The aims of the department have been adapted to meet these new requirements.

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Business Studies Economics

Business Studies Economics

Business Studies and Economics are stimulating subjects to study and increase students' knowledge and critical understanding of the world in which we live.

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Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

GCE AS/A2 Health and Social Care – Single Award Examining Board - CCEA GCE Health and Social Care allows students to gain knowledge and understanding of the health and social care sectors....

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Home Economics

Home Economics

Home Economics is a subject through which many skills are developed, particularly the practical skills involved in preparing and cooking food. Emphasis is placed on healthy food choices, diet and health, exploring home and family life and the acquisition of personal skills to become discerning and effective consumers.

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