Hi, I have taken on responsibility for curriculum this year, which includes options process and timetabling. Our 6th Form Information Evening is approaching and I am considering the breadth of A-Levels we offer. Every year we have subjects that have insufficient numbers to run - not cost effective. If we offer every possible subject at this stage, am I making a rod for my own back as students choices could be too widespread to accommodate many students in the options process? i.e. lots of subjects wanted, but only 1 or 2 students in most of them, which then we can't offer, which leads to a loss of retention. Do I narrow the field early and limit choices? Any advice gratefully received!