GCSE in Abbey College Birmingham
School preparation for the 8th to 9th grade program allows students to count on receiving a certificate of incomplete secondary education after passing the exams. The program for one or two years introduces students to three compulsory areas (mathematics, English and foreign languages), and also offers specialized disciplines for studying. Successful passing of any two compulsory subjects on the single national exams and up to five special ones gives the teenagers an opportunity to get GCSE. The list of profile disciplines includes up to 70 options, including legal knowledge, chemistry, economic theory, biology, accounting, physics.
Lessons in laboratories and classrooms enrich students with a basic supply of information. Independence, creativity and extraordinary thinking develop individual projects for children. Abbey DLD College Birmingham practices constant monitoring of the success of students. Teachers stimulate the participation of students in the classroom, conduct test checks and monitor the implementation of home projects.
As a foreign language the college offers a study of the German language. Also, teens have the opportunity to learn English as a foreign language. The creative sphere is represented by the course "art and design" and studying the theory of mass media. To receive the GCSE certificate, you can take English, a sports course, English literature, a historical course, computer science or math, business management. Natural sciences are traditionally represented by biology, chemistry and physics.