GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) is a secondary school curriculum aimed at comprehensive development. It also includes the study of several subjects at a deeper level. The GCSE exam results are an important criterion for admission to the university.
At Scarborough College, this course includes compulsory study of the following subjects:
Additionally students study 1 foreign language (Spanish, German or French) and 3 additional disciplines.
The list of additional subjects includes the following disciplines for study:
The cost of training per student for this program is:
Founded in 627, St Peter's School (St Peter's School) deservedly is considered one of the oldest schools in the world: the fourth on the whole planet and the third among the oldest schools in Great Britain. The educational institution was founded by Saint Peacock, a Roman missionary who asked for help from the legendary York Cathedral. And in the twentieth century, the scholar and historian of British education, Arthur Francis Leach, already wrote: "This school is older than the House of Commons and universities, older than the Lord Mayor and the House of Lords, even older than the throne or the nation itself!" As in most British boarding schools, initially only boys could study here: in 1976, girls were admitted to a limited number of courses, and in 1987 the institution was completely transformed into a joint form of training.
Today, a full educational cycle (3-18 years) is offered here for children from all over the world - there are 3 training departments:
The school offers both accommodation at a boarding house (from 10 years) and a full-time course. Today, about 1100 people study at the school: 570 in the senior classes, 350 in the middle and 180 in the junior classes. Boys are slightly more than girls - 60/40 respectively; Approximately 170 children live on campus permanently, on the basis of a full board. Approximately 25% of the total number of students are foreign students (in the upper grades the percentage is slightly smaller - up to 10%). The ratio of teachers to students is 1: 8, staff to students - 1: 3. In each class there are no more than 18 people. School curricula are regularly reviewed, supplemented, modernized: they fully meet modern strict standards and provide students with a truly topical, prestigious education.