Media Studies

Head of Department: Mr Worthington
The art and construction of Digital Media Communication is arguably the most important skill taught in the modern educational context. Media graduates, according to the Office of National Statistics, are the one of the most likely graduates to gain employment. These facts inform the content of lessons and the types of skills students' develop throughout the two year course.
Course content includes:
Textual analysis (Written exam)
Audiences and institutions (written exam)
Foundation portfolio (Coursework)
Advanced Portfolio (Coursework)
Critical Approaches to the Media. (Exam)
Students will learn a variety of industry standard software including: Final Cut Pro and Photoshop amongst other.
You need to be creative with a yearning to express yourself digitally.