Chemistry lesson

What is a study programme?


Our aim is to provide you with a study programme that is individualised and suits your interests, abilities and future aspirations. A study programme consists of:

  • 'Two Year' courses: A levels and BTEC subjects taken over a two year period
  • 'One Year' courses: Stand-alone AS Levels, GCSEs or other formal qualifications to broaden your education which are taken alongside your two-year courses
  • Shaping Futures: Tutorial time - lectures, classes, or one-off events covering things like, life skills, study skills, careers preparation, employability
  • Enrichment: such as sport, drama, music and dance, DofE community and charity work, many clubs and societies
All students will have an individualised study programme that suits their abilities, interests and future aspirations. Collectively these elements will provide you with the knowledge, skills and experiences to progress to further and higher education and employment.

Our statistics

95.7%
95.7% of students agree that teachers / staff help ensure that College is a safe and pleasant place to in which to learn
Maths

BSHM Maths Essay prize

Essay writing is not often associated with maths but the British Society for the History of maths run a Schools Plus Competition which encourages students to research how mathematics has been part of human culture since the beginnings of civilization through commerce, architecture, legal theory, cosmology, astrology and countless other activities.  

The competition set the question 'where would the world be without mathematics?'  Lower sixth student, Dougal Houston took up the challenge and submitted an entry entitled 'the pioneers of mathematics and where would we be without them', becoming overall winner of the 2017 competition in the 16-19 category, winning £100 prize money.

Godalming College

Find out about Godalming College, the Principal Emma Young and what the students think of their experience.