Welcome to our Key Stage 4 Options page where we are pleased to release our brand-new options booklet for 2021.

The booklet below will enable you to view the wide range of options we offer at Key Stage 4 and learn about the important transition process from key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4.

Our options form is now live, but before you make your choice please take advantage of two events designed to help you make the right decisions for you.

Firstly, our live Careers / Options Event , Which took place on Friday 15th January at 12.30pm. 

Below is the recording of the sessions

Secondly, our virtual Parent Evening on Thursday 21st January. More information to follow on how to book appointments with teachers to get personal advice about what is the right choice for you along with a general catch up on your progress and targets.

Once you have accessed both these events you should be ready to submit your choices. 

Remember, this is NOT first come first serve and you have until January 29th to complete the form.

If you have any further queries, please contact the school through: gcseinfo@newbridgesch.uk

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You can also view and download the booklet, using the link below.
The Newbridge School – Year 10 Options Booklet

Year 9 Options Form

The options form is now closed

Useful Videos

How to choose your exam subjects wisely for the future you want – BBC Bitesize

Think about the job you might like to do, or the kind of work environment you eventually want to be in, as this could inform your option choices. For instance, if you know that you want to travel …

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GCSE Options: Everything you need to know about choosing your GCSE subjects – BBC Bitesize

Picking your GCSE options is an exciting time. Here’s a quick guide about compulsory subjects, what you can choose, and more to help you make your decision.

Myths about choosing your options: Busted! – BBC Bitesize

When you choose your options, everyone has an opinion! We help you find out what’s true and what’s just a myth – with the help of a bit of comedy.

What I wish I’d known before choosing my options – BBC

Recent secondary students open up about what they wish they’d known when they chose their options.