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Description : GCSE in Pangbourne College

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Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 12200.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 12 200 £ / term

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GCSE

The program, which completes the course of incomplete secondary education, is designed for 2 academic years and is offered to students aged 14-16.

The curriculum includes a fairly large number of subjects: some - compulsory (for example, mathematics, English), the rest can be chosen as electives from 17 available options. In the final exams, students usually pass 8-10 disciplines. Separately, the non-examination subject General Studies is taught, which allows to develop actively academic skills and improve knowledge of the basic elements of the modern world:

  • Politics;
  • Foreign languages;
  • Mathematics and exact sciences;
  • Natural science course;
  • Art.

For senior students, there is an opportunity for internships and working practices, student exchanges with schools in Germany and France - this helps children to succeed in learning foreign languages.

Often students choose foreign languages ​​(for example, Spanish, French, German), information and communication technologies (ICT), drama and theatrical art, art and design, poetry and creative writing (Creative Writing) as exam subjects on GCSE.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 12 200 £ / term

GCSE

The program, which completes the course of incomplete secondary education, is designed for 2 academic years and is offered to students aged 14-16.

The curriculum includes a fairly large number of subjects: some - compulsory (for example, mathematics, English), the rest can be chosen as electives from 17 available options. In the final exams, students usually pass 8-10 disciplines. Separately, the non-examination subject General Studies is taught, which allows to develop actively academic skills and improve knowledge of the basic elements of the modern world:

  • Politics;
  • Foreign languages;
  • Mathematics and exact sciences;
  • Natural science course;
  • Art.

For senior students, there is an opportunity for internships and working practices, student exchanges with schools in Germany and France - this helps children to succeed in learning foreign languages.

Often students choose foreign languages ​​(for example, Spanish, French, German), information and communication technologies (ICT), drama and theatrical art, art and design, poetry and creative writing (Creative Writing) as exam subjects on GCSE.

Annual
16-18
from 12 200 £ / term

A-level

A well-known British advanced level course is designed for high school students aged 16-18. High school students at the Sixth Form not only complete the secondary school program, but also prepare for admission to the chosen university within two years - the A-level certificate is valued so highly that it entitles its holder not to pass the entrance exams even to the most prestigious universities.

All subjects for A-level students choose on their own: usually it's 4-5 disciplines for the first year (AS level), of which only 3-4 are left for the second year, for which exams are taken. In total, there are more than 21 subjects to choose from, of which the following can be noted:

  • Dramatic art and theatrical skills
  • Physical culture and sport
  • Modern foreign languages ​​(Spanish, German, French and others)
  • Information and computer technologies (ICT)
  • Art and design / design and poetry.

There is an opportunity for internships and work practices, regular student exchanges with the schools of France and Germany. In addition to the active improvement of academic skills, it gives children rich knowledge about all key aspects of the modern world:

  • Politics;
  • Art;
  • Mathematics;
  • Natural sciences;
  • Modern foreign languages.
Annual
16-18
from 12 200 £ / term

IB

The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is the best choice for students who are not fully determined with the university: the program is highly valued around the world, so it does not limit the graduates in choosing the country and university for further education.

During a two-year course, students study 6 subjects: 3 on a standard level of complexity and 3 on a more in-depth level. All subjects, as well as the degree of study, students determine on their own: this makes it possible to concentrate as much as possible on the most priority directions for enrolling in the chosen faculty, specialty.

There is an opportunity for internships and work practices, regular student exchanges with the schools of France and Germany. In addition to the active improvement of academic skills, ithe gives children rich knowledge about all key aspects of the modern world:

  • Politics;
  • Art;
  • Mathematics;
  • Natural sciences;
  • Modern foreign languages.
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