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Description : High school program in Stowe Boarding School UK

Stowe Boarding School UK
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Stowe Boarding School UK In 2018 - 151 pupils out of 492 achieved A - A * marks under the A Level program.
Stowe Boarding School UK
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Ranking: 83.9
Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 12697.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
15-18
from 12 697 £ / term
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Forth - Fifth form (10-11 class) combines two blocks of subjects: mandatory and optional. On a mandatory basis, students study mathematics, English, literature, the basics of life safety, the co-ordinated science course. Additionally, disciplines are selected to prepare for the GCSE. In total, students study at least 6 subjects. This number of academic disciplines is sufficient for the transition to the Sixth Form. There are 5 educational modules to choose from:

  • Quick course of the fundamentals of religion, computer technology (ECDL course), biology, chemistry, physics;
  • Languages ​​(Spanish, German, French), ESL (English as a foreign language) physical education, design (material science), art;
  • Foundations of religion, Latin, geography, history;
  • Physical education, Spanish language, history, drama, design (persistent materials or graphics), art, computer technology;
  • Music, physical education, geography, French, drama, art, design (graphics or materials science).

Many subjects are available for standard and in-depth study. Under Co-ordinated Science course students can study in a complex or by choosing one subject (biology, physics or chemistry). In the latter case, the load will be 4 hours per week. Within the framework of a short or full course, the basics of religion can be studied (4 or 2 hours per week).

Sixth Form (12-13 class) provides for the study of at least 4 subjects in the first year and 3-4 in the second. The choice of disciplines is gradual. For this purpose special psychometric, vocational guidance tests are provided. Also, students are offered free consultations in the career center at the school.

Under the recommended A-level program, students study one subject from 4 educational blocks:

  • Drama, geography, the fundamentals of religion, physical culture, politics, music, art, business, mathematics, design (graphics), history;
  • Politics, physical education, art history, history, French language, geography, chemistry, economics, design (material science);
  • English literature, physics, mathematics, physical culture, Latin, English, German, French, Spanish, business, drama, biology, history of art, history, design (graphics or material science), higher mathematics, economics.
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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-14
from 12 697 £ / term

Third Form (9th grade) provides for the study of English, mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, computer technology, French, geography, history, art, religious studies, design and technology, music, physical education, theater, German or Spanish, bases of safety of ability to live. This cycle is predominantly general in the first half of the year. In the second half of the year, profiling begins. The students of the school are recommended a wide range of subjects. They can study an unlimited number of disciplines. This is done so that everyone in 9-10 months can determine the priority academic profile. The number of items is usually reduced to 8 - 10. Afterwards, children take exams.

Annual
15-18
from 12 697 £ / term

Forth - Fifth form (10-11 class) combines two blocks of subjects: mandatory and optional. On a mandatory basis, students study mathematics, English, literature, the basics of life safety, the co-ordinated science course. Additionally, disciplines are selected to prepare for the GCSE. In total, students study at least 6 subjects. This number of academic disciplines is sufficient for the transition to the Sixth Form. There are 5 educational modules to choose from:

  • Quick course of the fundamentals of religion, computer technology (ECDL course), biology, chemistry, physics;
  • Languages ​​(Spanish, German, French), ESL (English as a foreign language) physical education, design (material science), art;
  • Foundations of religion, Latin, geography, history;
  • Physical education, Spanish language, history, drama, design (persistent materials or graphics), art, computer technology;
  • Music, physical education, geography, French, drama, art, design (graphics or materials science).

Many subjects are available for standard and in-depth study. Under Co-ordinated Science course students can study in a complex or by choosing one subject (biology, physics or chemistry). In the latter case, the load will be 4 hours per week. Within the framework of a short or full course, the basics of religion can be studied (4 or 2 hours per week).

Sixth Form (12-13 class) provides for the study of at least 4 subjects in the first year and 3-4 in the second. The choice of disciplines is gradual. For this purpose special psychometric, vocational guidance tests are provided. Also, students are offered free consultations in the career center at the school.

Under the recommended A-level program, students study one subject from 4 educational blocks:

  • Drama, geography, the fundamentals of religion, physical culture, politics, music, art, business, mathematics, design (graphics), history;
  • Politics, physical education, art history, history, French language, geography, chemistry, economics, design (material science);
  • English literature, physics, mathematics, physical culture, Latin, English, German, French, Spanish, business, drama, biology, history of art, history, design (graphics or material science), higher mathematics, economics.
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