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Description : GCSE in Prior Park College Bath

Prior Park College Bath
from 11165.00
£
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Prior Park College Bath In 2018 near 34.2% of A Level students achieved A*/A grades
Prior Park College Bath
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Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 11165.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 11 165 £ / term
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Description

Brief information: The course completing the part-time secondary education program is designed for children aged 14-16 (10-11 grades) and lasts 2 academic years. A General Certificate of Secondary Education is required for all those who plan to continue their studies on the Sixth Form (A-level, IB) programs and to continue their studies in the university.

Usually in the final GCSE exams 10-11 disciplines are surrendered - including mandatory ones, which are attended by all students, and optional, which are chosen at their own discretion. For foreign students, the number of exams can be slightly reduced (within the international version - IGCSE).

Basic, compulsory subjects:

  • English and Literature;
  • Theology;
  • Biology;
  • Physics;
  • Mathematics;
  • Chemistry.

Subjects of choice (electives) - of which each student must choose at least 4:

  • Latin language;
  • French;
  • Art;
  • Physical training and sports;
  • Spanish;
  • Classical civilizations;
  • Theatrical art;
  • Dance;
  • Subject design;
  • Music art;
  • German;
  • History;
  • Textile design.

Among the subjects of choice, at least one foreign language should always be present. Foreign students, for whom English is not native, can choose the course EAL (English as a second language) as an exam and do not necessarily pass English literature. Natural sciences can be studied both separately (3 different courses) and in the Double Award Course - so successful completion of the course is equivalent to passing two exams at the GCSE level.

Additionally, those who wish can prepare for various tests and language examinations: Cambridge FCE and CAE, IGCSE / ESL and IELTS. Novice students, in addition to the EAL course, undergo a special introductory program: they get acquainted with the history of Great Britain and Bath, the school itself, and undergo language adaptation.

Academic year in the school consists of trimesters:

  • Autumn - from 4-5 September to 13 December (vacation 20-31 October);
  • Spring - from January 7 to March 22 (vacation February 9-18);
  • Summer - from April 16 to July 7 (vacation from May 25 to June 3).
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-14
from 11 165 £ / term

Quick overview: In the 7th and 9th grade, international students study a very wide range of subjects and disciplines, preparing for the next GCSE stage and passing the exams for the high school course:

  • English and Literature;
  • Spanish;
  • Mathematics;
  • Basis of life safety;
  • Design of technologies;
  • German;
  • Natural sciences (chemistry, physics, biology);
  • Art;
  • Information and computer technologies (ICT);
  • French;
  • Drama art;
  • The classical course (history and culture of ancient civilizations and Latin language);
  • Theology (religious studies);
  • Physical training and sports;
  • Geography;
  • Music art;
  • History;
  • Dance (choreography).

Academic year in the school consists of trimesters:

  • Autumn - from 4-5 September to 13 December (vacation 20-31 October);
  • Spring - from January 7 to March 22 (vacation February 9-18);
  • Summer - from April 16 to July 7 (vacation from May 25 to June 3).
Annual
14-16
from 11 165 £ / term

Brief information: The course completing the part-time secondary education program is designed for children aged 14-16 (10-11 grades) and lasts 2 academic years. A General Certificate of Secondary Education is required for all those who plan to continue their studies on the Sixth Form (A-level, IB) programs and to continue their studies in the university.

Usually in the final GCSE exams 10-11 disciplines are surrendered - including mandatory ones, which are attended by all students, and optional, which are chosen at their own discretion. For foreign students, the number of exams can be slightly reduced (within the international version - IGCSE).

Basic, compulsory subjects:

  • English and Literature;
  • Theology;
  • Biology;
  • Physics;
  • Mathematics;
  • Chemistry.

Subjects of choice (electives) - of which each student must choose at least 4:

  • Latin language;
  • French;
  • Art;
  • Physical training and sports;
  • Spanish;
  • Classical civilizations;
  • Theatrical art;
  • Dance;
  • Subject design;
  • Music art;
  • German;
  • History;
  • Textile design.

Among the subjects of choice, at least one foreign language should always be present. Foreign students, for whom English is not native, can choose the course EAL (English as a second language) as an exam and do not necessarily pass English literature. Natural sciences can be studied both separately (3 different courses) and in the Double Award Course - so successful completion of the course is equivalent to passing two exams at the GCSE level.

Additionally, those who wish can prepare for various tests and language examinations: Cambridge FCE and CAE, IGCSE / ESL and IELTS. Novice students, in addition to the EAL course, undergo a special introductory program: they get acquainted with the history of Great Britain and Bath, the school itself, and undergo language adaptation.

Academic year in the school consists of trimesters:

  • Autumn - from 4-5 September to 13 December (vacation 20-31 October);
  • Spring - from January 7 to March 22 (vacation February 9-18);
  • Summer - from April 16 to July 7 (vacation from May 25 to June 3).
Annual
16-18
from 11 165 £ / term

Quick overview: Serious and thorough pre-university preparation (stage Sixth Form-12-13 grades, 16-18 years), designed for 2 academic years. The A-level certificate with excellent marks is valued so highly that it gives its owners the opportunity to enter even the best, most prestigious universities without additional entrance examinations and examinations.

All subjects for the personal curriculum students choose themselves - the list of available disciplines is very extensive, covering all areas of knowledge and fields of science:

  • Art;
  • Music technology;
  • Geography;
  • Business fundamentals;
  • Philosophy;
  • Textile design;
  • Photo art;
  • English literature;
  • Spanish;
  • Biology;
  • Physics;
  • French;
  • Subject design;
  • Chemistry;
  • Higher mathematics;
  • German;
  • Theology and religious studies;
  • Drama and theater studies;
  • Dance (choreography);
  • Physical training and sports;
  • Economics;
  • Music art;
  • Latin language;
  • History;
  • Mathematics.

Usually in the first year of study (AS-level) students stop at 4-5 subjects, of which in the second year (A-level) there are only 3-4, on which exams are taken. In addition to the disciplines studied, students can choose a topic for self-study, protect their work as an EPQ project (Extended Project Qualification). 

Academic year in the school consists of trimesters:

  • Autumn - from 4-5 September to 13 December (vacation 20-31 October);
  • Spring - from January 7 to March 22 (vacation February 9-18);
  • Summer - from April 16 to July 7 (vacation from May 25 to June 3).
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