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Description : IB program in Charterhouse school

Charterhouse school
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Charterhouse school In 2018 - 75.00% of GCSE students achieved A* - A scores
Charterhouse school
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Ranking: 80.1
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 40695.00 / year
Program name
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Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 40 695 £ / year
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The professional program provides for the passage of three subjects:

  • CAS (creativity, service, activity);
  • Critical thinking (theory of knowledge);
  • Preparation for writing essays.

Four semesters on the cognitive theory course, each week students will study basic principles and approaches to the study of different fields of knowledge, will learn to analyze new material, look at events from different angles.

The course of essay writing provides for the selection of an actual topic, analysis of existing literature, conducting research and discovering the application of solutions to the problem.

The CAS course covers more than 150 hours and teaches schoolchildren to be active in social and charitable spheres, to reveal their talents and inclinations, and pay attention to sports. For two years on CAS students can learn the art of photography, play in a theater studio, study drama or painting, attend sports clubs.

Six additional subjects are selected by students from the humanities, the natural sciences, the arts, mathematics, and foreign languages. At Charterhouse school, children are taught selectively German, Spanish or French. You can also additionally pass the literature in your native language.

Basic disciplines of International Baccalaureate: history, political structure of the world, music, English literature, geographical knowledge, biology, chemistry, economics, Greek, theater, mathematics, management (plus business), culturology, world religions, Physics, design, fine arts, Latin.

Additional disciplines at International Baccalaureate:

  • Critical thinking;
  • Foreign language;
  • Visual arts.
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Age
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Annual
14-16
from 40 695 £ / year

The receipt of the certificate of incomplete secondary education is preceded by two years of studying the subjects of the program of grades 8-9. Educational courses include the passage of three compulsory and several subjects to choose from. At the national unified examinations 2 disciplines from the compulsory list (English, foreign, mathematical bases) and up to 5 additional subjects are surrendered. The choice can be made from 70 proposed educational directions. The schoolchildren will later study these special subjects at the university.

The study material is mostly held in classrooms. Some hours are allocated for laboratory experiments and self-study of topics. The Charterhouse school pays much attention to preparing individual and homework assignments and monitoring progress. The activity in the class and the test results are taken into account. Successful delivery of national exams allows you to get a GCSE certificate.

In Charterhouse school, basic economics, mathematics, the fundamentals of chemistry, English literature, the political structure of countries, physics, history, design (plus technology), biology, religion, geography, business and management are studied as basic. The creative list consists of musical and theatrical art, classical culture, and art history. For in-depth study of history or medicine, the opportunity to learn the Latin language is provided. The list of basic subjects also includes the Greek language.

Additionally, if desired, the Charterhouse school allocates academic hours for mastering German, French or Spanish and the development of analytical thinking. To develop imagery in thinking, a course of mastering fine art is envisaged.

Annual
16-18
from 40 695 £ / year

The professional program provides for the passage of three subjects:

  • CAS (creativity, service, activity);
  • Critical thinking (theory of knowledge);
  • Preparation for writing essays.

Four semesters on the cognitive theory course, each week students will study basic principles and approaches to the study of different fields of knowledge, will learn to analyze new material, look at events from different angles.

The course of essay writing provides for the selection of an actual topic, analysis of existing literature, conducting research and discovering the application of solutions to the problem.

The CAS course covers more than 150 hours and teaches schoolchildren to be active in social and charitable spheres, to reveal their talents and inclinations, and pay attention to sports. For two years on CAS students can learn the art of photography, play in a theater studio, study drama or painting, attend sports clubs.

Six additional subjects are selected by students from the humanities, the natural sciences, the arts, mathematics, and foreign languages. At Charterhouse school, children are taught selectively German, Spanish or French. You can also additionally pass the literature in your native language.

Basic disciplines of International Baccalaureate: history, political structure of the world, music, English literature, geographical knowledge, biology, chemistry, economics, Greek, theater, mathematics, management (plus business), culturology, world religions, Physics, design, fine arts, Latin.

Additional disciplines at International Baccalaureate:

  • Critical thinking;
  • Foreign language;
  • Visual arts.
Annual
16-18
from 40 695 £ / year

The program prepares to enter Oxbridge. Foreign students can choose from only 28 profiles, only three and go through them in depth. The international program includes the study of theoretical foundations, the passage of practical (laboratory) lessons and the solution of individual exercises. Special missions are aimed at developing research and analytical experience.

Cambridge Pre-U is one of the most intense academic programs. Its passage guarantees studying in an elite British university. High attestation requirements, the complexity of educational courses and increased requests for quality studying make it the leader of British international programs.

Annual
16-18
from 40 695 £ / year

The standard A-level program is considered to be the basis for university education. After graduation, applicants get the right to enter the university without additional examinations.

The saturation of the curricula and the small number of studied sciences give the future student the opportunity to gain knowledge of the specialty and practical skills. A-level is characterized by thoroughness and depth of preparation. In the first academic year, students examine four subjects. The second year of education at the A-level requires knowledge in three disciplines. When choosing, it is necessary to take into account academic balance and not to take thematically related sciences.

Charterhouse school continues to divide the subjects into main and optional GCSE programs. The most important courses include history, the foundations of political science, economics, geographical knowledge, mathematics, Greek, religious studies, theater, chemistry, technology and design, physics, biology, cultural studies (classical), history, business, music, English literature, Latin. Auxiliary courses provide for the study of a foreign language and the ability to think critically. Fine arts are also included in the list of courses that are studied additionally. The Charterhouse school considers German, Spanish or French as the basic foreign language.

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