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Description : A-level + Pre-U in Rugby School in England

Rugby School in England
from 12266.00
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Rugby School in England In 2020 - 70.5% of A Level students achieved A* - A
Rugby School in England
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Ranking: 85.2
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 12266.00 / term
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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 12 266 £ / term

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Rugby School for A-level education has developed three comprehensive educational systems and provided the possibility of combining two major programs for the preparation of applicants. Complexes offer an academic course for study with different levels of complexity. Students can choose 3 - 5 AS / Pre-U subjects.

One of the complexes stipulates the conduct of a full-scale study and the preparation of scientific work with the justification of the goals. It is this variant with Extended Project that schoolchildren are most often preferred, since higher schools pay attention to the ability of the entrant to search for the actual problem, to develop methods, technologies and means for solving it, and to conduct an exciting presentation.

The second academic year also includes 3-4 A-Level or Pre-U disciplines and the writing of a new scientific study. You can also choose one more AS level object.

The school accepts the sixth form after taking examinations in 5 disciplines (level B) according to GCSE requirements. In the certificate of incomplete secondary education received by the student, the items he plans to attend at the A-Level must be indicated. For natural science subjects and mathematics, level A is required. To those who have studied music, Rugby School also sets strict requirements:

  • Assessing the level of A;
  • Playing a musical instrument;
  • Gaining industry theoretical knowledge for more than five years.

In addition to the standard list of disciplines studied, consisting of physics, general and higher mathematics, chemistry and physical education (all AS or Pre-U), lessons are provided for the specialized subjects of the Pre-U program. Rugby School purposely prepares professionals in the arts and clothing design sectors for Pre-U. The acquisition of historical knowledge is possible at the level of AS (on the subject "Ancient World") and the general level (the political structure of countries, the significance of personality under revolutions, waging wars and religious trends). Students are provided with a choice of five foreign languages, geography, design, modern technology and media sphere, photography and theater, philosophy and graphic skill.

The subjects studied can be expanded at the expense of the French language (AS / A2 levels):

  • Japanese or Russian languages ​​of the GCSE standard;
  • History of arts;
  • English;
  • Math;
  • Music, or design (all AS);
  • Italian language (GCSE and AS standard).
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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-14
from 12 266 £ / term

9-year education. The main foreign language in the college is French, but an additional list of optional subjects (A) includes learning German, Spanish or Italian. In addition to the standard disciplines that are mandatory for all, the school works on developing children's creative component of the personality. In addition to the usual subjects such as mathematics, historical knowledge, geography, natural sciences and computer technologies, Rugby School introduced the study of religious teachings, additional English, the course "Art and creativity" and musical mastery. The course "Art" consists of several modules, where students get acquainted with design, dramatic art, media, and art technologies. The optional extras of list A (foreign languages) provide 4 lessons per week, list B (English, classical) requires three hours of classes, which makes it possible to obtain basic knowledge in a secondary school. Students learn one subject from each elective list. The educational schedule provides additional hours for learning languages. Foreign students with an average level of English are engaged in the language course EAL (in the amount of the school schedule - without additional payment), and those who do not know the language receive extra hours at the expense of the French. The school pays attention to the development in children of the philosophical ability to think and the ability to learn independently on the individual courses. Beginning in the spring trimester, the study of mathematics takes place in small groups, divided according to their overall academic performance.

 

Annual
14-16
from 12 266 £ / term

The certificate of incomplete secondary education can be obtained after passing through the Rugby School academic two-year educational program. GCSE is issued on receipt of successful grades in a nationwide single exam in two subjects from the compulsory list (English, mathematics or a foreign language) and three academic disciplines to choose from. As alternative, it is better to give preference to those courses whose subjects will be devoted to a possible future profession.

The quality and quantity of collective and independent work in classes and laboratory classrooms is assessed throughout the year. Regularly conducted testing and assessing the intensity of individual student work.

In order to receive the GCSE at Rugby School, the student can choose the established standard list of natural subjects, six foreign languages ​​(including Russian, Greek and Latin), several subjects of the art history cycle (music, dramatic art) or the basics of physical culture.

Annual
16-18
from 12 266 £ / term

The program of the senior classes of the British education system, is focused on in-depth study of a number of subjects with the purpose of further specialization in some of them at the university. In the first year of AS, 4-5 subjects are studied, on the second one you can drop 1-2 of them and concentrate on at least 3 main specialties. The program is the oldest in its structure and is recognized as the standard of the pre-university system. The certificate of completion of the course is accepted by all top universities in England and the world.

Annual
16-18
from 12 266 £ / term

Rugby School for A-level education has developed three comprehensive educational systems and provided the possibility of combining two major programs for the preparation of applicants. Complexes offer an academic course for study with different levels of complexity. Students can choose 3 - 5 AS / Pre-U subjects.

One of the complexes stipulates the conduct of a full-scale study and the preparation of scientific work with the justification of the goals. It is this variant with Extended Project that schoolchildren are most often preferred, since higher schools pay attention to the ability of the entrant to search for the actual problem, to develop methods, technologies and means for solving it, and to conduct an exciting presentation.

The second academic year also includes 3-4 A-Level or Pre-U disciplines and the writing of a new scientific study. You can also choose one more AS level object.

The school accepts the sixth form after taking examinations in 5 disciplines (level B) according to GCSE requirements. In the certificate of incomplete secondary education received by the student, the items he plans to attend at the A-Level must be indicated. For natural science subjects and mathematics, level A is required. To those who have studied music, Rugby School also sets strict requirements:

  • Assessing the level of A;
  • Playing a musical instrument;
  • Gaining industry theoretical knowledge for more than five years.

In addition to the standard list of disciplines studied, consisting of physics, general and higher mathematics, chemistry and physical education (all AS or Pre-U), lessons are provided for the specialized subjects of the Pre-U program. Rugby School purposely prepares professionals in the arts and clothing design sectors for Pre-U. The acquisition of historical knowledge is possible at the level of AS (on the subject "Ancient World") and the general level (the political structure of countries, the significance of personality under revolutions, waging wars and religious trends). Students are provided with a choice of five foreign languages, geography, design, modern technology and media sphere, photography and theater, philosophy and graphic skill.

The subjects studied can be expanded at the expense of the French language (AS / A2 levels):

  • Japanese or Russian languages ​​of the GCSE standard;
  • History of arts;
  • English;
  • Math;
  • Music, or design (all AS);
  • Italian language (GCSE and AS standard).
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