Subjects we teach and Levels of study

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  1. Shan and John Heads of School

    A concise but informative outline of each Level of study and the classes it offers.


    rose2.gif Entry level - Juniors and Assessment for all new students
    ENGLISH, MATHS (2 lessons),
    GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, SCIENCES (2 lessons),
    FRENCH and/or SPANISH. German option by tutorial.
    These all have one homework a week, 45 mins, except English and Maths 1 hour.
    PHILOSOPHY & SOCIETY, STORYTELLING and a weekly HELP support session. These do not have homework.
    Neither French or Spanish are compulsory but should be attempted at this age to get a "taster" of learning another language.
    Older and more advanced students can fast track assessment from initial entry to a higher level in as little as one or two weeks.

    rose2.gif Intermediate level approx 13 - 14yrs. but access to this Level depends on ability not age.
    ENGLISH (2 lessons), MATHS (2 lessons), SCIENCES (2 lessons),
    GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, FRENCH and/ or SPANISH or GERMAN.*
    These all have one homework a week, 1 hour each. The student may drop a subject they dislike, other than English and Maths. *German is by private tutorial only.
    Also the weekly PHILOSOPHY & SOCIETY (required ) which does not have homework.

    rose2.gif Exams Programme approx 14 - 17yrs. but it depends very much on ability not age.
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE, MATHS (2 lessons). Required subjects.
    A standard Exam Programme is a choice of THREE OR MORE subjects from:
    GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, LITERATURE, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS, FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN.
    The choice of subjects is agreed three ways between the parents, student and the school according to the individual needs and ability of the student.. Exam subjects mostly have one 1.5 hours homework a week, except English Language and Maths is 2 hours a week each.
    Also the weekly PHILOSOPHY & SOCIETY (required ) which does not have homework.

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