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Description : A-Level program in King's School Rochester

King's School Rochester
from 7000.00
£
/ term
King's School Rochester In 2018 - 25% of A Level students achieved A* - A.
King's School Rochester
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Ranking: 81.7
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 7000.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 12 000 £ / term
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Description

Passing to the Sixth Form stage (graduation classes), each student receives a profile full consultation on choosing the most appropriate, suitable subjects for the A-level program. Since there are no compulsory directions on the A-level - they are all chosen by the student without exception - then one should take into account their tastes, interests and inclinations, the requirements of the chosen higher education institution and the future profession when choosing. Today at school students can choose 3-5 subjects from the following list:

  • Chemistry
  • Technology and design
  • Geography
  • Economy
  • French
  • Mathematics
  • German
  • Foundations of religion
  • Music
  • English literature
  • Computer science
  • Russian language
  • Greek language
  • History
  • Physical Culture and sport
  • History of civilizations
  • Latin
  • Art
  • Geology
  • Biology.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
6-13
from 7 000 £ / term

At this stage, children from 7 to 13 years old are studied. The goal of school personnel and teachers is not only to lay the foundation for fundamental knowledge for children, but also to make their education as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, and the years in school are happy and memorable. The staff seeks to develop in children a craving for knowledge and a love for learning, a desire for self-development, the use of their own potential, the competent allocation of their own merits.

Children study in small classes, which gives teachers the opportunity to practice an individual approach, to pay attention to every achievement and success of the student.

In the first three years of education, children learn the following disciplines:

  • Physical culture and sport
  • English
  • Computer science
  • Foundations of religion
  • Music
  • History
  • Natural science
  • Mathematics
  • Art
  • Geography.

Of no small importance are games: in such an interesting interactive approach, many serious topics and scientific aspects are taught. This allows children to learn with interest, to better remember and learn information, to analyze and compare facts.

In the fifth grade the French language is added to the curriculum, in the seventh - Latin, technology and design, in the eighth - chemistry, physics and biology (they are studied before, but in the form of a general course of natural science).

Annual
13-18
from 12 000 £ / term

This stage is aimed at students from 13 to 18 years. At this age, they are already gradually beginning to prepare for entering the university, forming a future career and mastering the chosen specialty. That's why high school students are under the special attention of school personnel and teaching staff.

Classes and educational groups become even smaller, children are actively educated in strict moral principles, good manners, knowledge of etiquette, independence and responsibility, tolerance and respect for others. Each student receives a personal mentor: he follows the GCSE and A-level exam preparation process, monitors difficult moments and tells the student what to do in a given situation.

Annual
14-16
from 12 000 £ / term

On this program of secondary education students are offered a fairly wide range of subjects. Of these, the following are mandatory:

  • English and Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Foreign language
  • Foundations of religion
  • Computer science
  • Natural science discipline (chemistry, physics or biology).

Three more directions are chosen at the discretion of the student:

  • History of civilizations
  • Russian language
  • Geography
  • Latin
  • History
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Technology and design
  • Physical culture and sport
  • Biology
  • French
  • Music
  • Art
  • German
  • Greek language.
Annual
16-18
from 12 000 £ / term

Passing to the Sixth Form stage (graduation classes), each student receives a profile full consultation on choosing the most appropriate, suitable subjects for the A-level program. Since there are no compulsory directions on the A-level - they are all chosen by the student without exception - then one should take into account their tastes, interests and inclinations, the requirements of the chosen higher education institution and the future profession when choosing. Today at school students can choose 3-5 subjects from the following list:

  • Chemistry
  • Technology and design
  • Geography
  • Economy
  • French
  • Mathematics
  • German
  • Foundations of religion
  • Music
  • English literature
  • Computer science
  • Russian language
  • Greek language
  • History
  • Physical Culture and sport
  • History of civilizations
  • Latin
  • Art
  • Geology
  • Biology.
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