Graphic communication is the presentation of information and ideas by visual means where creative thinking and individuality are encouraged. Students are required to produce practical and critical/ contextual work in one or more areas of study including digital media, advertising, illustration and packaging. Successful students will clearly communicate a message or series of messages through media, words and images.
|Qualification name||GCE A Level in Art and Design|
|Awarding organisation||AQA Education|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||1st September 2021|
Students must achieve a minimum total of 7 A* to C grades and/or grades 9 to 4 at GCSE level or equivalents to begin an A level programme. Where vocational equivalents (eg ICT or music technology) are counted into the total to meet the minimum criteria, they should be at 'merit' level or higher. In addition, grade 4 in English language and grade 5 in graphics or art based subject.