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Description : A-Level program in Dean Close School

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from 9300.00
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Dean Close School In 2018 - 51.14% of A Level students achieved A*/A grades
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Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
from £ 9300.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 13 200 £ / term
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A-level

The final two-year course for students 16-18 years old, planning to enter the best universities in the UK and the world. The A-level program is very intensive and complex - subjects are studied practically at the university level, deeply and thoroughly. But the A-level certificate is highly valued more than highly: it frees the student from additional entrance examinations and tests even when enrolling in the best, elite and prestigious universities.

The number of subjects studied is very small (3-5 directions), all of their students choose independently of 23 proposed options:

  • biology
  • theatrical studies, dramatic art
  • English
  • psychology
  • Greek language
  • political science
  • design technology
  • ethics
  • history
  • French
  • Latin
  • physics
  • entrepreneurship
  • art and design
  • chemistry
  • history of ancient civilizations
  • economy
  • physical education, sports
  • German
  • geography
  • Spanish
  • mathematics
  • music.

The cost of schooling depends on the age of the student and the chosen program (the price is indicated for 1 person for 1 trimester and 1 year respectively):

  • 3-4 classes = 6,920 £ / 20,760 £
  • 5-6 classes = 8,538 £ / 25,614 £
  • 7-8 classes = 8,669 £ / 26,007 £
  • 9-11 grades = 11,985 £ / 35,955 £
  • Graduation classes 12-13 (Sixth Form) = 11,997 £ / 35,991 £.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
7-13
from 9 300 £ / term

Middle Classes

In the middle classes, students master a wide, diverse range of disciplines and subjects, and in the 9th grade they are already beginning to prepare for intensive studies at the GCSE course, for the subsequent passing of exams.

Since the beginning of studies in middle classes, most of the subjects are taught by the same teacher-class teacher: this lasts for the first 2 years, after which the subjects are more specifically divided into different teachers. From the 4th grade, education is introduced on Saturdays, and a large-scale, intensive study of foreign languages ​​(French, Spanish, classical Latin) begins as early as the 6th grade. Also, from the 6th year of study, mandatory hours are introduced for the preparation of home classes (4 times a week).

Each class is allocated a collective mentor: he meets students at least 3 times a week, controls academic progress and academic achievement, helps with the performance of homework.

1) Compulsory, general subjects:

  • Latin / ancient civilization
  • English
  • Religious Studies (Theology)
  • biology
  • history
  • French
  • mathematics
  • physics
  • chemistry
  • geography.

2) Optional subjects:

  • design technology
  • modern foreign languages ​​(most popular in Spanish)
  • art and design
  • Ancient Greek (as an addition to the Latin language course for successful students)
  • physical training and sports
  • music
  • drama and theater, acting.

The cost of schooling depends on the age of the student and the chosen program (the price is indicated for 1 person for 1 trimester and 1 year respectively):

  • 3-4 classes = 6,920 £ / 20,760 £
  • 5-6 classes = 8,538 £ / 25,614 £
  • 7-8 classes = 8,669 £ / 26,007 £
  • 9-11 grades = 11,985 £ / 35,955 £
  • Graduation classes 12-13 (Sixth Form) = 11,997 £ / 35,991 £.
Annual
14-16
from 12 800 £ / term

GCSE

During the two-year GCSE course, children complete a part-time secondary education program according to British national standards (14-16 years). In total, 8-12 disciplines are surrendered at the final exams in grade 11 - both mandatory and optional, which students can choose at their own discretion.

Compulsory subjects:

  • Religious Studies (Theology)
  • English
  • physical culture and sports
  • mathematics.

In order to move from grade 10 to 11, the student must pass a minimum of 4 subjects per point B and 2 subjects per point C and higher. Particular attention should be paid to those areas that you plan to study on the A-level program in grades 12-13: the final GCSE certificate (exams are surrendered in grade 11) in these subjects should indicate grades no lower than B.

The cost of schooling depends on the age of the student and the chosen program (the price is indicated for 1 person for 1 trimester and 1 year respectively):

  • 3-4 classes = 6,920 £ / 20,760 £
  • 5-6 classes = 8,538 £ / 25,614 £
  • 7-8 classes = 8,669 £ / 26,007 £
  • 9-11 grades = 11,985 £ / 35,955 £
  • Graduation classes 12-13 (Sixth Form) = 11,997 £ / 35,991 £.
Annual
16-18
from 13 200 £ / term

A-level

The final two-year course for students 16-18 years old, planning to enter the best universities in the UK and the world. The A-level program is very intensive and complex - subjects are studied practically at the university level, deeply and thoroughly. But the A-level certificate is highly valued more than highly: it frees the student from additional entrance examinations and tests even when enrolling in the best, elite and prestigious universities.

The number of subjects studied is very small (3-5 directions), all of their students choose independently of 23 proposed options:

  • biology
  • theatrical studies, dramatic art
  • English
  • psychology
  • Greek language
  • political science
  • design technology
  • ethics
  • history
  • French
  • Latin
  • physics
  • entrepreneurship
  • art and design
  • chemistry
  • history of ancient civilizations
  • economy
  • physical education, sports
  • German
  • geography
  • Spanish
  • mathematics
  • music.

The cost of schooling depends on the age of the student and the chosen program (the price is indicated for 1 person for 1 trimester and 1 year respectively):

  • 3-4 classes = 6,920 £ / 20,760 £
  • 5-6 classes = 8,538 £ / 25,614 £
  • 7-8 classes = 8,669 £ / 26,007 £
  • 9-11 grades = 11,985 £ / 35,955 £
  • Graduation classes 12-13 (Sixth Form) = 11,997 £ / 35,991 £.
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