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Description : GCSE in Rendcomb College

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Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 8925.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 11 995 £ / term
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GCSE

A two-year program for students aged 14-16, completing a part-time secondary education program (grades 10-11).

In the final exams, usually 10-11 disciplines are surrendered - both compulsory and optional. Students can choose additional subjects on their own: the teachers are always ready to consult them, help to draw up a curriculum, consultations are also conducted with the personal mentors and with the Director on the educational part. It is recommended to include at least 1 foreign language in the list of exam subjects.

1) Compulsory subjects:

  • English literature
  • biology
  • English
  • chemistry
  • mathematics
  • physics.

2) Subjects of choice (electives):

  • physical Culture and sport
  • design and technology
  • geography
  • art and design (several directions)
  • German
  • music
  • dramatic art and theater, acting skills
  • Spanish
  • history
  • French.

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen course of study and the student's age (the price is indicated for 1 trimester and 1 year for 1 person, respectively):

  • 7-8 classes = 7,950 £ / 23,850 £
  • 9th grade = 10,200 £ / 30,600 £
  • 10-11 grades (GCSE) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £
  • 12-13 classes (A-level, Sixth Form) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £.

1 academic year = 3 terms.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-14
from 8 925 £ / term

Middle classes (11-16 years)

At this stage of education, students are taught the necessary basic knowledge and skills according to the British national education program, and teach them to learn: they try to instill a love for learning, for self-development and self-education, creating a friendly, warm and comfortable atmosphere. Teachers appreciate all the efforts that students make to assimilate the material - and there are a lot of subjects and disciplines in the curriculum:

  • physical Culture and sport
  • French
  • English
  • information technology (ICT)
  • natural sciences (chemistry, biology, physics)
  • verbal thinking
  • history
  • mathematics
  • foundations of religion (theology)
  • geography
  • music.

Parents are regularly (every trimester and yearly) sent full reports on the progress and success of students in all areas, twice a year held welcoming meetings, which are handed personal gratitude and laudatory sheets, certificates for the peaks achieved.

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen course of study and the student's age (the price is indicated for 1 trimester and 1 year for 1 person, respectively):

  • 7-8 classes = 7,950 £ / 23,850 £
  • 9th grade = 10,200 £ / 30,600 £
  • 10-11 grades (GCSE) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £
  • 12-13 classes (A-level, Sixth Form) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £.

1 academic year = 3 terms.

Annual
14-16
from 11 995 £ / term

GCSE

A two-year program for students aged 14-16, completing a part-time secondary education program (grades 10-11).

In the final exams, usually 10-11 disciplines are surrendered - both compulsory and optional. Students can choose additional subjects on their own: the teachers are always ready to consult them, help to draw up a curriculum, consultations are also conducted with the personal mentors and with the Director on the educational part. It is recommended to include at least 1 foreign language in the list of exam subjects.

1) Compulsory subjects:

  • English literature
  • biology
  • English
  • chemistry
  • mathematics
  • physics.

2) Subjects of choice (electives):

  • physical Culture and sport
  • design and technology
  • geography
  • art and design (several directions)
  • German
  • music
  • dramatic art and theater, acting skills
  • Spanish
  • history
  • French.

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen course of study and the student's age (the price is indicated for 1 trimester and 1 year for 1 person, respectively):

  • 7-8 classes = 7,950 £ / 23,850 £
  • 9th grade = 10,200 £ / 30,600 £
  • 10-11 grades (GCSE) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £
  • 12-13 classes (A-level, Sixth Form) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £.

1 academic year = 3 terms.

Annual
16-18
from 11 995 £ / term

A-level

The program for pupils of 16-18 years old (12-13 graduation classes - Sixth Form) is designed to complete the school course of education and effective, in-depth and intensive preparation for the selected university.

Students study a very small number of subjects: 4-5 in the first year (AS-level) and 3-4 in the second year, which also give up on the exams. The subjects can be chosen on their own - often in the preparation of an individual curriculum, the students are assisted by teachers and career advisors who can advise studying certain directions depending on the wishes and tastes of the student, his priorities with regard to future specialization and career. The list of items available for selection is large and varied, covering almost all sciences and knowledge areas:

  • Russian language
  • technology and design
  • biology
  • foundations of religion (theology)
  • English literature
  • history of civilizations (+ classical languages)
  • geography
  • mathematics
  • art (several directions)
  • German
  • physical Culture and sport
  • Informatics (ICT), computer literacy
  • French
  • Greek language
  • history
  • chemistry
  • Latin
  • economy
  • music
  • geology.

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen course of study and the student's age (the price is indicated for 1 trimester and 1 year for 1 person, respectively):

  • 7-8 classes = 7,950 £ / 23,850 £
  • 9th grade = 10,200 £ / 30,600 £
  • 10-11 grades (GCSE) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £
  • 12-13 classes (A-level, Sixth Form) = 10,500 £ / 31,500 £.

1 academic year = 3 terms.

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