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St Christopher School Letchworth School
from 11335.00
£
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St Christopher School Letchworth School In 2018 - 20% of A Level students achieved A* score
St Christopher School Letchworth School
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Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 11335.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 11 335 £ / term
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Description

To obtain a certificate of secondary education of the British model, students study 3-4 compulsory subjects (such as English and mathematics) and 4-5 electives of their choice. You can choose disciplines from a broad list, based on your own interests and inclinations:

  • English Language and Literature
  • French
  • Physical education and sports
  • Business course
  • Travel and tourism
  • Music
  • German
  • Geography
  • Textiles and the art of modeling, cutting fabrics
  • Design
  • Food production technologies
  • Natural sciences (physics + chemistry + biology)
  • Theatrical and dramatic skills
  • Communication technologies and informatics
  • Religious Studies
  • History
  • Spanish
  • Mathematics
  • Art.

School description

The independent private school of St Christopher School Letchworth is created for the quality education of boys and girls. Programs for children aged 3 to 18 are offered here, and the total number of students reaches 500 people. An educational institution is located in Hertfordshire county, in the small town of Letworth Garden City - you can get to the center of London in just an hour: students are actively using it during walks and weekend excursions, and it facilitates the transfer from the capital airport.

Year of foundation of St Christopher School Letchworth is 1915: the total campus area reaches 15 hectares. It is located in a park town known to all the English: it is a well-groomed, green and cozy place, ideal for walks, living and outdoor activities.

St Christophers School Letchworth differs from other British educational institutions in many ways, primarily by its informal approach and the maximum level of tolerance to the students. For example, there is no school uniform, freedom of speech is encouraged, student referenda, discussions and voting for the adoption of new school rules are conducted. The director has a personal right of veto, but even in this case he must publicly prove his decision and his expediency. Voting is also chosen by school leaders, and all teachers and students address each other exclusively by name. In general, the atmosphere inside the campus is more in line with the American school - it's hard to believe that this is a respected and prestigious British educational institution, so there is no traditional strictness and some stiffness here.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 11 335 £ / term

To obtain a certificate of secondary education of the British model, students study 3-4 compulsory subjects (such as English and mathematics) and 4-5 electives of their choice. You can choose disciplines from a broad list, based on your own interests and inclinations:

  • English Language and Literature
  • French
  • Physical education and sports
  • Business course
  • Travel and tourism
  • Music
  • German
  • Geography
  • Textiles and the art of modeling, cutting fabrics
  • Design
  • Food production technologies
  • Natural sciences (physics + chemistry + biology)
  • Theatrical and dramatic skills
  • Communication technologies and informatics
  • Religious Studies
  • History
  • Spanish
  • Mathematics
  • Art.
Annual
16-18
from 11 335 £ / term

The "golden standard" of British education, known throughout the world, is distinguished by the depth and thoroughness of studying selected subjects (3-4 disciplines). The subjects are chosen independently - the students are guided not only by their own tastes and interests, but also by the demands of the future profession and the chosen institution. Available directions of study are the following:

  • English Language and Literature
  • English as a Foreign Language
  • Economy
  • French
  • Informatics, communication technologies
  • Food production technologies
  • Business course
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • The photo
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Geography
  • Ethics and Philosophy
  • History
  • Theater and drama
  • Spanish
  • Art
  • Classical Civilizations
  • Physical culture and sport
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Textiles and the art of modeling, cutting fabrics
  • Music
  • Theatrical studies
  • Psychology
  • German.
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