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Description : Primary school in Barnard Castle School

Barnard Castle School
from 6831.00
£
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Barnard Castle School In 2019 - 27% of A Level students achieved A* - A
Barnard Castle School
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Ranking: 80.6
Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 6831.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
6-11
from 6 831 £ / term
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Junior students (4 - 11 years) in Barnard Castle School study in small classes, where the number of students does not exceed 20. Teachers use traditional and advanced techniques. But first of all in the junior school an atmosphere is created in which children are liberated, learn to speak before the class, do not be afraid to express their point of view.

The main subjects in junior school are mathematics, grammar, physical education, French. From year to year, the format of lessons is changing. Additional lessons, electives are included in the program.


School description

Barnard Castle School is a prestigious guesthouse, known far beyond the county of Durham. The school is located in one of the most beautiful places in the Foggy Albion - the Tisdale Valley. Barnard Castle School is close to major cities - Bedford and Leeds. Manchester is 2 hours away from the campus.

The school, founded in the XIX century, is actively developing. The school was created as a boarding school for boys. Today, all students, both boys and girls are studying here. They receive knowledge in a typical British atmosphere. Studies take place in the buildings of the Victorian era, rest - in the English gardens on campus.

The school accepts foreign students on board from the age of 7. Most often boys and girls come to study at 7, 11, 13 and 16 years.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
6-11
from 6 831 £ / term

Junior students (4 - 11 years) in Barnard Castle School study in small classes, where the number of students does not exceed 20. Teachers use traditional and advanced techniques. But first of all in the junior school an atmosphere is created in which children are liberated, learn to speak before the class, do not be afraid to express their point of view.

The main subjects in junior school are mathematics, grammar, physical education, French. From year to year, the format of lessons is changing. Additional lessons, electives are included in the program.

Annual
11-15
from 9 060 £ / term

Secondary school, 11-15 years.

The first years (7 - 9 class) students study English, mathematics, humanities, natural sciences, foreign language (optional). At this stage, children are identified with their academic priorities, are preparing for the selection of disciplines for the GCSE. In the 7th to 9th grade, students are certified each month (in individual subjects every 5 weeks).

GCSE (10-11 class) provides for the study of a large number of general subjects. These include English, literature, mathematics, a foreign language (Spanish, German, French), physics, chemistry, biology. Also, students attend IT classes. The knowledge received in classes is compulsory for those entering universities. In addition to compulsory subjects, other disciplines are also being studied. The following disciplines are offered to the student's attention for studying: in-depth French, religious studies, physical education, Latin, music, communication and information technologies, history, geography, design technologies, classical civilizations, business, art. Two GCSE subjects are not exam papers. These are video games and personal, social, physical education.

Annual
15-18
from 9 671 £ / term

A-Level (12-13 class - senior classes) allows students to plan their own studying. Lessons at this stage take place mainly in the format of university lectures, seminars and workshops. Students in grade 12 are studying 4 target subjects. In 13 grade their number can be reduced to 3.

The students choose disciplines from the extensive list. Students at the A-Level can study English and literature, mathematics, higher mathematics, art, classics (history, Latin), chemistry, biology, business, design and technology, modern languages, politics, history, geography, economics, philosophy and ethics, physical culture, music, theater.

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