Wellington College

Wellington College Belfast

Co-Educational Grammar School

Engage | Educate | Empower

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

Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry is part of the curriculum at Wellington College and is offered to students for GCSE and A-Level.

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Physical Education

Physical Education

The Physical Education Department aims to ensure that each pupil will experience a broad and balanced Physical Education programme, taught in a safe and supportive environment

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Media Studies

Media Studies

Media Studies is a popular and successful subject in the College, and is available at GCSE (Single Award and Double Award options) and AS/A2 level. The key skills at all levels include; Knowledge and understanding of the media, Analysis of media products, and Media Production. The department is well equipped, with a modern iMac suite and a range of digital cameras and video cameras to suit both beginners and more advanced users.

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Science (KS3)

Science (KS3)

We aim to engage our students in Science both in and outside the classroom. Through exploring scientific concepts with enquiring minds, the students not only further their knowledge and understanding but get involved in competitions, trips, events and explore opportunities which lead to lifelong learning and open doors to science careers.

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English

English

The aims of the English Department at Wellington College are twofold: to Develop our pupils' ability to communicate with confidence and to foster a love of reading literature.

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Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Performing Arts is a growth industry in Northern Ireland. This course gives students opportunities to research and gain insights into the industry, engage with effective practice and prepare for employment, further training and/or study. The specification offers a wide range of skills in both performance and production. The teacher acts as facilitator in helping students develop their chosen skills within a prescribed discipline chosen from; dance, drama, music, choreography, design, direction, stage management or technical (lighting or sound). Performing Arts is an applied qualification in which students develop knowledge, understanding and skills through practical demonstration.

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