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Description : GCSE in Oswestry School private boarding school

Oswestry School private boarding school
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Oswestry School private boarding school In 2018 - 45% of A Level students achieved A* - B
Oswestry School private boarding school
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Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 11475.00 / term
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Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 11 475 £ / term
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The GCSE program allows schoolchildren to prepare for the national unified exam for courses of 8-9 years of study. Two years of the GCSE program help children to achieve the amount of knowledge necessary to obtain a British certificate of incomplete secondary education.

The program provides for the study of 3 subjects of the compulsory list (English, mathematics, foreign language) and disciplines of a special choice. For a unified national examination, excellent knowledge of two compulsory and three to five selective special sciences will be required. Oswestry School offers students the opportunity to take advantage of the disciplines they will need to acquire a specialty. You can choose from 70 items.

The main part of the academic hours falls on classes. The assimilation of the material is assessed by testing and verbal responses. Practical courses include laboratory classes and research projects. The school also evaluates the ability of children to work independently and in groups. Accent in the learning process is made on the ability to independently search for necessary information and analyze them.

The GCSE program allows you to study math, religion, physical education, historical courses, English or French, music, geography, the basics of psychological knowledge, valeology, design, information technology, art history, sociology, Spanish, technology design.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 11 475 £ / term

The GCSE program allows schoolchildren to prepare for the national unified exam for courses of 8-9 years of study. Two years of the GCSE program help children to achieve the amount of knowledge necessary to obtain a British certificate of incomplete secondary education.

The program provides for the study of 3 subjects of the compulsory list (English, mathematics, foreign language) and disciplines of a special choice. For a unified national examination, excellent knowledge of two compulsory and three to five selective special sciences will be required. Oswestry School offers students the opportunity to take advantage of the disciplines they will need to acquire a specialty. You can choose from 70 items.

The main part of the academic hours falls on classes. The assimilation of the material is assessed by testing and verbal responses. Practical courses include laboratory classes and research projects. The school also evaluates the ability of children to work independently and in groups. Accent in the learning process is made on the ability to independently search for necessary information and analyze them.

The GCSE program allows you to study math, religion, physical education, historical courses, English or French, music, geography, the basics of psychological knowledge, valeology, design, information technology, art history, sociology, Spanish, technology design.

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16-18
from 11 475 £ / term

The program was created for students aimed at studying in higher institutions. Education at A-level allows you to choose any British university and enroll without exams. This is the standard program taught in most schools and colleges in the UK. The A-level certificate is appreciated by the world educational institutions for the highest quality and universal fullness of academic courses.

The main feature of the A-level program is the depth and solidity of the knowledge gained. Schoolchildren broaden and study in detail in the first year only four disciplines. In the second year, the number of priority subjects is limited to three. When choosing it is important to take into account the specialization of the university, in which the student intends to enter, and to pay special attention to observance of the academic balance of disciplines. Oswestry School recommends not choosing similar sciences to prevent the repetition of the material.

A-level offers for free choice the study of the courses of mathematics, music, political science (government), English and literature, the basics of doing business, physics, art, physical education, geography, historical knowledge, psychology, modern technology, chemistry, design, biology. Oswestry School offers Russian, French or Chinese to learn as a foreign language.

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