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Description : GCSE in St Edwards School Oxford

St Edwards School Oxford
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St Edwards School Oxford In 2019 - 79% of A Level students achieved A* - B.
St Edwards School Oxford
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Ranking: 81
Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 13410.00 / term
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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 13 410 £ / term

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GCSE

A two-year course for students aged 14-16 (grades 10-11), according to the British educational system, completes a part-time secondary education program - with the GCSE certificate, students can go to graduate classes (A-level, IB, Scottish Highter) and prepare for admission to universities.

In order to receive the GCSE certificate, students attend classes in approximately 6-10 disciplines: some of them are compulsory, some are chosen as electives from 22 possible directions. About 25% of students specialize in the natural sciences, 35% in the arts and humanities, but most (45-50%) still prefer to combine both areas of knowledge. Foreign languages ​​are actively studied: exams can take French, German, Spanish, classical Latin and Greek, and the most successful students can take part in international exchanges. In all subjects and courses, the program includes classes on ICT (information and computer technologies) that help students to be more informative, teach them the basics of programming and computer security.

Tuition fee in the school. Edward's School is £ 13,410 per term (£ 40,230 for the academic year = 3 trimester). A compulsory registration fee (£ 100) is paid separately, as well as a tuition deposit (£ 13410 - cost per trimester).

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 13 410 £ / term

GCSE

A two-year course for students aged 14-16 (grades 10-11), according to the British educational system, completes a part-time secondary education program - with the GCSE certificate, students can go to graduate classes (A-level, IB, Scottish Highter) and prepare for admission to universities.

In order to receive the GCSE certificate, students attend classes in approximately 6-10 disciplines: some of them are compulsory, some are chosen as electives from 22 possible directions. About 25% of students specialize in the natural sciences, 35% in the arts and humanities, but most (45-50%) still prefer to combine both areas of knowledge. Foreign languages ​​are actively studied: exams can take French, German, Spanish, classical Latin and Greek, and the most successful students can take part in international exchanges. In all subjects and courses, the program includes classes on ICT (information and computer technologies) that help students to be more informative, teach them the basics of programming and computer security.

Tuition fee in the school. Edward's School is £ 13,410 per term (£ 40,230 for the academic year = 3 trimester). A compulsory registration fee (£ 100) is paid separately, as well as a tuition deposit (£ 13410 - cost per trimester).

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16-18
from 13 410 £ / term

A-level

 

The A-level course is considered the national gold standard of education in Britain: this program for high school students (16-18 years, 12-13 grades) is the most widespread, popular and respected in the territory of the United Kingdom. This is an advanced level of eduaction: students study selected disciplines at a deep, solid level, which helps them to qualitatively prepare for admission to the chosen higher education institution for a priority specialty. A-level certificate with high enough points can free its owner from passing the entrance examinations and tests - as a rule, this pattern is observed even in the most elite, advanced and rating universities.

The course is designed for 2 academic years. There is no list of compulsory subjects on the A-level - all students independently form a personal curriculum, choosing 4-5 subjects for the first year (AS-level) and leaving only 3-4 of them for the second year (A-level). In total, the choice of more than 26 directions is offered: this makes it possible to prepare for enrollment in an institution of higher learning as efficiently as possible.

The study of foreign languages ​​- French, Spanish, German, classical Latin, Greek and others - is very popular. Regular international student exchanges are held. All disciplines include lessons on ICT (information and computer technologies): approximately 45-50% of students prefer to combine natural, humanities and arts, creating a balanced and diverse curriculum.

Tuition fee in the school. Edward's School is £ 13,410 per term (£ 40,230 for the academic year = 3 trimester). A compulsory registration fee (£ 100) is paid separately, as well as a tuition deposit (£ 13410 - cost per trimester).

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