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Description : GCSE in Caterham School

Caterham School
from 12265.00
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Caterham School In 2018 - 59.06% of A Level students achieved A* - A
Caterham School
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Ranking: 79.6
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 12265.00 / term
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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 12 920 £ / term
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The certificate of incomplete secondary education is the goal of studying on a two-year GCSE program. Knowledge after the end of the course is commensurate with the passage of grades 8-9. Academic English, foreign and mathematics are included in the range of compulsory subjects. To the most widespread additional sciences, the college includes economics, literature, business, physics, law, accounting, but students can choose from 70 admissible. The GCSE certificate is awarded to those children who will pass two compulsory and three to five chosen disciplines on high scores.

The children acquire the central baggage of knowledge in classroom activities. Practical courses are held in the laboratories on experiments. The analytic independent work and teamwork are assessed. The schoolboy must do the homework and present the conclusion in the audience. College highly appreciates innovation and individuality in the results of assignments. The success of learning subjects is assessed in all courses. The effectiveness of the program is visible after the passing of a nationwide uniform exam, which allows you to obtain a British GCSE certificate.

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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-14
from 12 265 £ / term

The secondary school curriculum consists of compulsory disciplines and optional. Schoolchildren prefer to study those selective subjects in which they can show their abilities most vividly. Caterham School provides an individual approach to each child, pays attention to the development of personal qualities, assists in access to sources of information.

Annual
14-16
from 12 920 £ / term

The certificate of incomplete secondary education is the goal of studying on a two-year GCSE program. Knowledge after the end of the course is commensurate with the passage of grades 8-9. Academic English, foreign and mathematics are included in the range of compulsory subjects. To the most widespread additional sciences, the college includes economics, literature, business, physics, law, accounting, but students can choose from 70 admissible. The GCSE certificate is awarded to those children who will pass two compulsory and three to five chosen disciplines on high scores.

The children acquire the central baggage of knowledge in classroom activities. Practical courses are held in the laboratories on experiments. The analytic independent work and teamwork are assessed. The schoolboy must do the homework and present the conclusion in the audience. College highly appreciates innovation and individuality in the results of assignments. The success of learning subjects is assessed in all courses. The effectiveness of the program is visible after the passing of a nationwide uniform exam, which allows you to obtain a British GCSE certificate.

Annual
16-18
from 12 920 £ / term

The program was formed taking into account the requirements of universities and is preparatory for future entrants. Specialization in the A-Level electives at Caterham School is quite extensive:

  • 3D design (plus graphics);
  • Psychological bases;
  • Japanese;
  • Mathematics;
  • Management and politics;
  • Spanish;
  • Physics;
  • Business;
  • French;
  • Economics;
  • Photography;
  • History;
  • Geography;
  • Management and textiles;
  • Chemistry;
  • Architecture;
  • Greek.

The special pride of the college is the musical direction of studying. The students of the educational institution organized up to 20 active music groups and regularly hold concerts, take part in theatrical performances. The electives of the game on different musical instruments are especially numerous. Schoolchildren without the proper level of musical skill can raise it in individual classes. With hearing and voice, singing in the choir is possible. Students can also develop their passions in a circus studio or in dance classes.

In the Caterham School for the hobbies of students established the work of a number of clubs: writers, historical, philosophical, chess and discussion. Mugs of cooking and ceramics are visited by students of both sexes.

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