Students in secondary school at the academy are split into two categories depending on their age. The Y-levels cover students aged between twelve and fifteen whilst the T-levels range from fifteen to eighteen. Many of the students will be expecting to prepare for a Cambridge exam at some point. In those cases, they will complete a mock exam at some point in term 2, the result of which determines whether the academy recommends them for an official exam in the summer. 

Students in secondary school at the academy are split into two categories depending on their age. The Y-levels cover students aged between twelve and fifteen whilst the T-levels range from fifteen to eighteen. Many of the students will be expecting to prepare for a Cambridge exam at some point. In those cases, they will complete a mock exam at some point in term 2, the result of which determines whether the academy recommends them for an official exam in the summer. 

Students in secondary school at the academy are split into two categories depending on their age. The Y-levels cover students aged between twelve and fifteen whilst the T-levels range from fifteen to eighteen. Many of the students will be expecting to prepare for a Cambridge exam at some point. In those cases, they will complete a mock exam at some point in term 2, the result of which determines whether the academy recommends them for an official exam in the summer. 

Students in secondary school at the academy are split into two categories depending on their age. The Y-levels cover students aged between twelve and fifteen whilst the T-levels range from fifteen to eighteen. Many of the students will be expecting to prepare for a Cambridge exam at some point. In those cases, they will complete a mock exam at some point in term 2, the result of which determines whether the academy recommends them for an official exam in the summer. 

Students in secondary school at the academy are split into two categories depending on their age. The Y-levels cover students aged between twelve and fifteen whilst the T-levels range from fifteen to eighteen. Many of the students will be expecting to prepare for a Cambridge exam at some point. In those cases, they will complete a mock exam at some point in term 2, the result of which determines whether the academy recommends them for an official exam in the summer. 

Students in secondary school at the academy are split into two categories depending on their age. The Y-levels cover students aged between twelve and fifteen whilst the T-levels range from fifteen to eighteen. Many of the students will be expecting to prepare for a Cambridge exam at some point. In those cases, they will complete a mock exam at some point in term 2, the result of which determines whether the academy recommends them for an official exam in the summer.