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Description : Transition Year in The Royal Cavan School

The Royal Cavan School
from 10925.00
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The Royal Cavan School
The Royal Cavan School
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Accommodation type: boarding house, residence, host family
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 10925.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
15-16
from 10 925 £ / term
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Description

The Transition Year program attracts more and more students every year - it's a special course aimed at adapting foreign students and their painless transfer to foreign educational institutions. This is a great opportunity to improve and deepen academic knowledge and skills, to improve your English language skills almost to the level of a carrier, to get used to a new educational, linguistic and cultural environment. Interesting additional modules (directions) of studying are:

  • German
  • Theater and drama
  • Geopolitics and World Politics
  • Cooking
  • Psychology
  • Japanese culture
  • Music
  • Art
  • Performing skills
  • Web design.

School description

The Royal School Cavan School is located in the homonymous small town in the north of Ireland, near the state borders, the distance to Dublin is about 100 kilometers. This is a quiet region where students will not be distracted from persistent and thoughtful studies.

It is common practice for both boys and girls to study there, and the school remains faithful to Christian traditions and commandments (the official religion is Protestantism). The school accepts a uniform (it is paid separately) - exact lists are given to new students long before the beginning of classes so that they can prepare and buy everything necessary.

In recent years, Royal School Cavan has been actively working with foreign students and is accepting children from all over the world: especially many students come from Spain and Germany. Many students choose a one-year educational program, but there are also those who prefer to complete a basic secondary education course and receive a valuable Leaving Certificate (note that all exam fees are paid separately and not included in the cost of the programs). Students of 16 years usually choose the program Transition Year, students 16-17 years old - the program of the senior classes, and pupils of 17-18 years prefer to pass a course Sixth Form and to receive Leaving Certificate for studying in higher educational institutions.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-14
from 10 925 £ / term

The so-called Junior Cycle stage (middle school) teaches children under 14 years old. This program is aimed at deepening and updating existing knowledge, for mastering more complex and detailed, thorough programs in all subjects:

  • Religious Studies
  • Physical culture and sport
  • French
  • Art
  • Music
  • English
  • Irish English
  • Mathematics
  • History
  • Geography
  • Natural Sciences
  • Business course
  • Housekeeping
  • Graphic arts
  • Technology and Design
  • Computer Science and Literacy
  • Biology
  • Agroculture
  • Accounting.
Annual
15-16
from 10 925 £ / term

The Transition Year program attracts more and more students every year - it's a special course aimed at adapting foreign students and their painless transfer to foreign educational institutions. This is a great opportunity to improve and deepen academic knowledge and skills, to improve your English language skills almost to the level of a carrier, to get used to a new educational, linguistic and cultural environment. Interesting additional modules (directions) of studying are:

  • German
  • Theater and drama
  • Geopolitics and World Politics
  • Cooking
  • Psychology
  • Japanese culture
  • Music
  • Art
  • Performing skills
  • Web design.
Annual
16-18
from 10 925 £ / term

The high school program (or Senior Cycle) is aimed at completing the secondary education cycle, consolidating knowledge of the main subjects and obtaining a graduate diploma of the Leaving Certificate, which gives the right to continue education in the university. High school students study at least 5 subjects (usually students choose 7 or more): basic and practically mandatory are mathematics and English. The other directions and specializations are chosen from a fairly wide list:

  • Art
  • Foreign languages: for example, French
  • Applied arts and crafts (mechanics, woodworking, etc.)
  • English
  • Music
  • Irish English
  • Mathematics
  • Geography
  • Biology
  • Housekeeping
  • Technology and Design
  • Agroculture
  • Accounting and finance.

Normally, children in Ireland are given final exams at the age of 18. The resulting Leaving Certificate is considered to be an analogue of the A-level and IB diplomas and gives the right to continue studying at universities around the world.

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