GCSE in Moreton Hall Private School
A secondary school program (typical of British schools) gives the right to receive a certificate of incomplete secondary education (General Certificate of Secondary Education) and to continue education in the senior classes (Sixth Form).
The students of the program study a very extensive list of academic subjects, most of which are compulsory. This diversity helps students to better understand their interests, abilities, inclinations, so that in the future (for example, on the A-level program), where you will need to independently form your curriculum, to make the right and reasonable choice. In general, more than 20 subjects (including electives) are available for study at the GCSE level. Teachers tend to form small classes - up to 15 people in each - to give each student the maximum amount of attention, track all successes and possible difficulties encountered.