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Description : Middle school in Eton College in England

Eton College in England
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Eton College in England In 2018 - 80.12% of A Level students achieved A* - A
Eton College in England
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Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: boys only schools
from £ 14167.00 / term
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13-15
from 14 167 £ / term

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Secondary school - 9th year of study (13-15 years)

The 9th year of study, block F, involves studying English and literature, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, modern foreign languages ​​(a minimum of two to choose from), geography, history, theology, Latin. The program also includes subjects of practical and aesthetic cycles. The subjects are united in the MADPID block, which includes drama, art, music, ICT, physical education. Lessons are held three times a week, alternating. If you choose as an additional foreign Greek language, the MADPID program for a student is halved. Also, the students can optionally learn the Arabic, Mandarin, Chinese dialect. At the end of the year, each student is identified with a list of items to be passed for the GCSE.


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Eton College, the brainchild of the royal charter of Henry VI, was created in the 15th century in Eton as a private school for boys from simple families. Subsequently, her first 70 students had the opportunity to continue their studies at Cambridge Royal College. And today Eton College Private School is a school of separate education. Target audienct is boys 13 - 18 years old. Entry to the school takes place on a competitive basis.

Eton College is one of the most famous secondary education institutions in the world. He is called the forge of cadres for science, culture, politics of Britain. Eton College is the best of the 9 existing privileged British boarding schools. Graduates of the well-known schools in Britain are 19 prime ministers of Great Britain, well-known historical figures (Duke of Wellington, defeated by Napoleon's Waterloo), media magnates (for example, Harold Macmillan, owner of the world's oldest publisher). Also the legendary school was finished by the British Prime Minister David Cameron, princes Harry and William, writers George Orwell, Henry Fielding and others, actors (Hugh Laurie, known for the role of Holmes Jeremy Brett). The school is also proud of its graduates, who have made considerable progress in science. In the walls of the college academic knowledge was given to the father of macroeconomics John Keynes, geneticist John Gurdon, physicist Robert Boyle.

Today in college, which has brought up more than one generation of British aristocrats, foreign students are accepted. Here they receive modern education in a traditional English atmosphere.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-15
from 14 167 £ / term

Secondary school - 9th year of study (13-15 years)

The 9th year of study, block F, involves studying English and literature, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, modern foreign languages ​​(a minimum of two to choose from), geography, history, theology, Latin. The program also includes subjects of practical and aesthetic cycles. The subjects are united in the MADPID block, which includes drama, art, music, ICT, physical education. Lessons are held three times a week, alternating. If you choose as an additional foreign Greek language, the MADPID program for a student is halved. Also, the students can optionally learn the Arabic, Mandarin, Chinese dialect. At the end of the year, each student is identified with a list of items to be passed for the GCSE.

Annual
15-18
from 14 167 £ / term

10-11 years of study (blocks E-D) provide for the learning of compulsory disciplines and 8 additional subjects. At the same time, students must choose at least 1 foreign language and 2 natural sciences. The list of additional subjects is extensive. It includes drama, music, technology and design, art (ceramics, sculpture, painting), history, geography, theology, classical civilizations (Greece or Rome), Greek, Latin, modern languages ​​(Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, German , French), biology, physics, chemistry.

12-13 year of study (C-B) also have their academic characteristics. The first year students study 4 subjects. On the second, as a rule, the development of the chosen disciplines continues. But this is not a mandatory requirement. A number of disciplines are divided into 2 blocks. Their study is completed by the corresponding examinations (AS, A2). For most A-level subjects and all Pre-U disciplines, examinations are given at the end of Block B.

In the framework of the Pre-U program, college students study ethics, philosophy, religion as part of the perspective course, compulsory for all students, as well as biology, music, modern languages ​​(Spanish, Italian, Russian, German, French , Chinese), the history of art.

The A-level program includes the mastery of art, Latin, Greek, modern languages ​​(including Arabic, Japanese, Portuguese), industrial design, political science, economics, ancient history, English literature, music technology, theater, history, Geography, mathematics and higher mathematics, theology, physics, chemistry.

Annual
15-18
from 14 167 £ / term

10-11 years of study (blocks E-D) provide for the learning of compulsory disciplines and 8 additional subjects. At the same time, students must choose at least 1 foreign language and 2 natural sciences. The list of additional subjects is extensive. It includes drama, music, technology and design, art (ceramics, sculpture, painting), history, geography, theology, classical civilizations (Greece or Rome), Greek, Latin, modern languages ​​(Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, German , French), biology, physics, chemistry.

12-13 years of study (C-B) also have their academic characteristics. The first year students study 4 subjects. On the second, as a rule, the development of the chosen disciplines continues. But this is not a mandatory requirement. A number of disciplines are divided into 2 blocks. Their study is completed by the corresponding examinations (AS, A2). For most A-level subjects and all Pre-U disciplines, examinations are given at the end of Block B.

The A-level program includes the mastering of art, Latin, Greek, modern languages ​​(including Arabic, Japanese, Portuguese), industrial design, political science, economics, ancient history, English literature, music technology, theater, history, geography, mathematics and higher mathematics, theology, physics, chemistry.

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