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Description : A-Level program in Sherborne School for boys

Sherborne School for boys
from 12925.00
£
/ term
Sherborne School for boys 46.2% of A Level students achieved A*-A
Sherborne School for boys
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Ranking: 79.6
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: boys only schools
from £ 12925.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 12 925 £ / term
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Description

Brief information: A standard A-level program (12-13 grades ( Lower and Upper Sixth )) is designed for 2 years. In addition, you can qualify for EPQ (having prepared and defended a personal project-study). 3-4 disciplines are chosen personally by international students, focusing on their own interests and abilities, as well as on the requirements of the chosen university and the specifics of the future profession. The subjects are studied deeply and thoroughly at the levels of AS and A2.

List of subjects to study:

  • Government and politics;
  • History of classical civilizations;
  • Latin language;
  • Business fundamentals;
  • English literature;
  • Chemistry;
  • Russian (taught at Sherborne School for girls);
  • Drama art;
  • Music technology;
  • Spanish;
  • History of arts (taught at Sherborne School for girls);
  • Higher mathematics (for gifted students);
  • Theatrical studies;
  • Mathematics;
  • Theology;
  • Design and technology;
  • Physics;
  • Art;
  • history
  • German;
  • Physical Culture;
  • Philosophy and Ethics;
  • Ancient Greek;
  • Biology;
  • Music;
  • Geography;
  • Economics;
  • French.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-14
from 12 925 £ / term

Brief information: an educational program of middle school (9 grade(Third Form)) is designed for international students.

List of subjects to study:

  • Physical Education;
  • English and Literature;
  • Music;
  • PSHE;
  • History;
  • Design and technology;
  • Chemistry;
  • ICTs;
  • Theater art;
  • Mathematics;
  • Geography;
  • Biology;
  • Art;
  • Physics.

Every student studies 2-3 foreign languages ​​and attends a course in Latin, which is taught in combination with the course "History of Classical Civilizations."

Annual
14-16
from 12 925 £ / term

Quick information: a GCSE program (10-11 grades (Fourth and Fifth Form)) is designed for international students.

About the educational program: this program combines GCSE and IGCSE courses - usually the number of subjects does not exceed 10, but according to the wish and opportunities of the student their number can be increased to 12 (a course of a foreign language or one of the natural sciences). The main disciplines that are compulsory for visiting are:

  • Mathematics;
  • A foreign language of choice;
  • English and literature;
  • Theology;
  • Natural sciences;
  • PSHE;
  • A subject from humanities.

Additional subjects for a personal curriculum can be selected from the following list:

  • Classical civilizations;
  • Spanish;
  • French;
  • Physical Culture;
  • Chemistry;
  • Design and technology;
  • Geography;
  • Art;
  • Ancient Greek;
  • Physics;
  • Japanese;
  • Music;
  • History;
  • Latin;
  • Arab;
  • Biology;
  • German;
  • Drama art;
  • Chinese.
Annual
16-18
from 12 925 £ / term

Brief information: A standard A-level program (12-13 grades ( Lower and Upper Sixth )) is designed for 2 years. In addition, you can qualify for EPQ (having prepared and defended a personal project-study). 3-4 disciplines are chosen personally by international students, focusing on their own interests and abilities, as well as on the requirements of the chosen university and the specifics of the future profession. The subjects are studied deeply and thoroughly at the levels of AS and A2.

List of subjects to study:

  • Government and politics;
  • History of classical civilizations;
  • Latin language;
  • Business fundamentals;
  • English literature;
  • Chemistry;
  • Russian (taught at Sherborne School for girls);
  • Drama art;
  • Music technology;
  • Spanish;
  • History of arts (taught at Sherborne School for girls);
  • Higher mathematics (for gifted students);
  • Theatrical studies;
  • Mathematics;
  • Theology;
  • Design and technology;
  • Physics;
  • Art;
  • history
  • German;
  • Physical Culture;
  • Philosophy and Ethics;
  • Ancient Greek;
  • Biology;
  • Music;
  • Geography;
  • Economics;
  • French.
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