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Description : A-Level program in St Michaels School Wales

St Michaels School Wales
from 23800.00
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St Michaels School Wales In 2018 - 73.5% of A level students achieved A - A*
St Michaels School Wales
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Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 23800.00 / year
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 29 100 £ / year
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A-level

The "golden standard" of British education is the A-level program: its level of sophistication is so high that it approaches the university level, because many higher education institutions count the Advanced Level General Certificate of Education as entrance exams, do not assign additional tests Applicant.

The course is designed for 2 years (there is an accelerated version for 18 months, but it is suitable only for the most stubborn and gifted students with a high level of preparation). Absolutely all the subjects the student chooses independently: this is 4-6 disciplines in the first year (AS-level) and only 3-4 on the second, on which exams are taken. The choice of subjects is wide and diverse, covering all areas of knowledge and sciences - so students can prepare for the chosen university as efficiently as possible:

  • art
  • foreign languages ​​(Spanish, Welsh, French)
  • business research
  • biology
  • mathematics
  • physics
  • musical art
  • chemistry
  • drama and theatrical art
  • psychology
  • economy
  • geography
  • IT-technologies
  • finance
  • history
  • English literature
  • right
  • higher mathematics.

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 6-December 9
  • Winter: January 5-March 31
  • Summer: April 24 June 16.

The cost of schooling in the first place depends on the age of the student, for which program he aspires:

  • Preparation for GCSE: grades 7-8 = 22800 £ / year, grade 9 = 24600 £ / year
  • Course GCSE (10-11 class) = 24600 £ / year
  • A-level (16-18 years, 12-13 grades) = 27800 £ / year.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-14
from 23 800 £ / year

Preparing for GCSE

An excellent preparatory course for foreigners is devoted to two main tasks:

  • adapt the students to a new learning system, instill the necessary academic skills
  • to raise the level of the English language, to give an opportunity to freely communicate and learn for those to whom English is not native.

The course of preparation for GCSE is divided into two levels:

  • For IELTS owners 3-3.5.

Active course "English as a foreign language" (EFL) with emphasis on all the basic language skills:

  • Grammar
  • Reading
  • Auditing (listening comprehension)
  • Vocabulary (active expansion of vocabulary)
  • Written speech
  • Oral speech (spoken English)
  • Phonetics (correct pronunciation, accent correction)
  • Improve communication skills.

Plus, the study of basic school disciplines and sciences in conjunction with the faculties on art, creativity and sports, as well as active participation in school activities, extracurricular life.

2. For owners of IELTS 4.0 and higher

Intensive English language course and a special program to adapt to the life of the British boarding school.

A student who successfully completed the preparatory program and demonstrated a proper level of knowledge is automatically transferred to the main level of the GCSE.

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 6-December 9
  • Winter: January 5-March 31
  • Summer: April 24 June 16.

The cost of schooling in the first place depends on the age of the student, for which program he aspires:

  • Preparation for GCSE: grades 7-8 = 22800 £ / year, grade 9 = 24600 £ / year
  • Course GCSE (10-11 class) = 24600 £ / year
  • A-level (16-18 years, 12-13 grades) = 27800 £ / year.
Annual
14-16
from 25 500 £ / year

GCSE

A popular British program for middle-class students (14-16 years, 10-11 grades) completing a course of incomplete secondary education: after it (receiving a certificate of the General Certificate of Secondary Education) students can go to the final classes of the Sixth Form and purposefully prepare for admission to the university.

The list of subjects includes both mandatory and elective (optional) disciplines - in all exams, 8-10 directions are submitted. The list for selection is quite extensive and varied:

  • mathematics (several difficulty levels)
  • English
  • English literature
  • course of exact sciences
  • natural sciences (biology, physics, chemistry)
  • art
  • business course
  • work with textiles
  • design
  • Chinese (and other foreign languages, including Welsh and Latin, French, Spanish)
  • geography
  • history
  • drama and theatrical art
  • IT-technologies and computer literacy
  • physical culture and sports
  • psychology
  • music.

The school in mathematics and scientific disciplines is the strongest.

For foreign students, a special step-by-step program on intensive learning of English is prepared - this is an excellent supporting course for those who do not speak English as their mother tongue.

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 6-December 9
  • Winter: January 5-March 31
  • Summer: April 24 June 16.

The cost of schooling in the first place depends on the age of the student, for which program he aspires:

  • Preparation for GCSE: grades 7-8 = 22800 £ / year, grade 9 = 24600 £ / year
  • Course GCSE (10-11 class) = 24600 £ / year
  • A-level (16-18 years, 12-13 grades) = 27800 £ / year.
Annual
16-18
from 29 100 £ / year

A-level

The "golden standard" of British education is the A-level program: its level of sophistication is so high that it approaches the university level, because many higher education institutions count the Advanced Level General Certificate of Education as entrance exams, do not assign additional tests Applicant.

The course is designed for 2 years (there is an accelerated version for 18 months, but it is suitable only for the most stubborn and gifted students with a high level of preparation). Absolutely all the subjects the student chooses independently: this is 4-6 disciplines in the first year (AS-level) and only 3-4 on the second, on which exams are taken. The choice of subjects is wide and diverse, covering all areas of knowledge and sciences - so students can prepare for the chosen university as efficiently as possible:

  • art
  • foreign languages ​​(Spanish, Welsh, French)
  • business research
  • biology
  • mathematics
  • physics
  • musical art
  • chemistry
  • drama and theatrical art
  • psychology
  • economy
  • geography
  • IT-technologies
  • finance
  • history
  • English literature
  • right
  • higher mathematics.

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 6-December 9
  • Winter: January 5-March 31
  • Summer: April 24 June 16.

The cost of schooling in the first place depends on the age of the student, for which program he aspires:

  • Preparation for GCSE: grades 7-8 = 22800 £ / year, grade 9 = 24600 £ / year
  • Course GCSE (10-11 class) = 24600 £ / year
  • A-level (16-18 years, 12-13 grades) = 27800 £ / year.
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