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Description : GCSE in Langley School

Langley School
from 2500.00
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Langley School In 2018 - 14% of A Level students achieved A*
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Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 2500.00 / semester
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 10 950 £ / term

Description

Brief information: The two-year GCSE program and the receipt of the General Certificate of Secondary Education signify the completion of the course of incomplete secondary (school) education. The program is designed for 2 academic years and is designed for international children aged 14-16.

In total at the end of the 11th grade students pass 8-11 directions, among which are both mandatory and optional subjects:

  • English;
  • Design of technologies;
  • Mathematics;
  • French;
  • Physical Culture and sport;
  • Natural Sciences;
  • Music art;
  • Spanish;
  • History;
  • Religious Studies (Theology);
  • Business;
  • German;
  • Philosophy;
  • IT;
  • Drama and theatrical art;
  • Geography;
  • Right;
  • Economics;
  • Media science and media;
  • Art;
  • English literature;
  • Humanitarian disciplines;
  • Political science;
  • Psychology.

Academic year in school is divided into traditional trimesters:

  • Autumn: from September 11 to December 15 (vacation from October 20 to November 6);
  • Spring: from January 8 to March 29 (vacation from 9 to 19 February);
  • Summer: from April 23 to July 13 (vacation from May 25 to June 4).
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-14
from 10 950 £ / term

Quick overview: At this stage (grades 7-9) international students study a very wide and diverse list of academic disciplines, preparing for the GCSE course and passing the examinations for the high school course.

List of subjects to study:

  • Housekeeping;
  • Physical culture and sports;
  • English and Literature;
  • History;
  • Theatrical and dramatic skills;
  • German;
  • Mathematics;
  • Art;
  • Chemistry;
  • Spanish;
  • Design of technologies;
  • Music art;
  • Spanish;
  • Physics;
  • Geography;
  • Biology;
  • Religious Studies (Theology);
  • Computer science.
Annual
14-16
from 10 950 £ / term

Brief information: The two-year GCSE program and the receipt of the General Certificate of Secondary Education signify the completion of the course of incomplete secondary (school) education. The program is designed for 2 academic years and is designed for international children aged 14-16.

In total at the end of the 11th grade students pass 8-11 directions, among which are both mandatory and optional subjects:

  • English;
  • Design of technologies;
  • Mathematics;
  • French;
  • Physical Culture and sport;
  • Natural Sciences;
  • Music art;
  • Spanish;
  • History;
  • Religious Studies (Theology);
  • Business;
  • German;
  • Philosophy;
  • IT;
  • Drama and theatrical art;
  • Geography;
  • Right;
  • Economics;
  • Media science and media;
  • Art;
  • English literature;
  • Humanitarian disciplines;
  • Political science;
  • Psychology.

Academic year in school is divided into traditional trimesters:

  • Autumn: from September 11 to December 15 (vacation from October 20 to November 6);
  • Spring: from January 8 to March 29 (vacation from 9 to 19 February);
  • Summer: from April 23 to July 13 (vacation from May 25 to June 4).
Annual
16-18
from 10 950 £ / term

About the educational program: A-level (Advanced Level General Certificate of Education) is considered the golden educational standard in the UK and the most common pre-university training program. The course is designed for 2 academic years (AS-level and A-level) and for international children 16-18 years (12-13 grades).

Subjects for the personal curriculum students choose completely independently: 4-5 directions for the first year and 3-4 of the early selected for the second year. This makes it possible for students to concentrate as much as possible on the study of priority sciences and subjects, to effectively prepare for enrolling in the chosen faculty and specialty. The list of subjects to choose from is very wide and varied, covering virtually all areas of science and knowledge:

  • Religious Studies (Theology);
  • Mathematics;
  • Media science and media;
  • Art;
  • Spanish;
  • Philosophy;
  • English;
  • Physical Culture and sport;
  • Geography;
  • Economics;
  • Natural sciences (chemistry, biology, physics - to choose from);
  • IT, information and computer technologies;
  • Philology;
  • French;
  • Music art;
  • Design of technologies;
  • History;
  • Basics of Right;
  • Drama and theatrical art;
  • German;
  • Business;
  • Political science;
  • Psychology.

Additionally, students from abroad can attend EAL lessons (English as a foreign language).

Annual
14-18
from 2 500 £ / semester

About the educational course: The Football Academy at Langley School is run by Darren Edie: in the past a professional and successful player (Norwich City and Leicester City football clubs), who can build an effective training program both on the field and in the hall for every group of players of any age. He is assisted by qualified, experienced UEFA trainers.

Weekly lessons are combined with the main academic program: so international student will be able to get not only a full secondary education, but also the qualification of BTEC in sports discipline (football). In addition, the passage of the Football Academy gives an opportunity to qualify for a sports scholarship in a university, doing university campus and successfully participating in competitions.

Students will have the opportunity to attend joint trainings, master classes and friendly games with professional players from neighboring football clubs. In addition to directly practical training and matches, young players also undergo qualitative theoretical training:

  • The features of game tactics and strategy;
  • Various combinations;
  • Attacking and defensive versions of the game;
  • Regular post-game analytics and "debriefing".

The total area of ​​the territory of Langley School exceeds 110 acres: here there was a place for a full-fledged football field with professional coverage, and for numerous training grounds (both open and under roof) and for a spacious sports center.

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