All our teachers are experienced secondary school teachers. We follow Edexcel's International GCSE courses (except for Latin and Computer Science where we use the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) syllabus and GCSE Classical Civilisation, which follows the OCR syllabus), offering a broad range of subjects.
 

From September 2020, we will be offering the following subjects for new entry at IGCSE/GCSE level:

    • Maths - Higher Tier only 
    • Further Pure Maths (from January of Year 10)
    • English Language 9.00am class 
    • English Literature
    • Chemistry FULL
    • Physics
    • Biology FULL
    • Computer Science
    • Spanish (students must have studied a KS3 or equivalent course in Spanish)
    • French (students must have studied a KS3 or equivalent course in French)
    • Latin (students must have studied a KS3 or equivalent course in Latin)
    • History 
    • Geography
    • Classical Civilisation (GCSE - only open to students able to take their examinations in the UK)

All individual courses except Maths and Further Pure Maths are taught for two hours per week during term. 

If you are interested in your child joining us for Year 11 or part way through any IGCSE or GCSE course, please get in touch with our Administrator directly to discuss the options available, timetable and fees. Acceptance will depend on the previous courses studied.









How will my child be entered for a public examination, such as an IGCSE?


Edexcel and CIE both have centres around the UK where students can sit their examinations - it is the responsibility of the child's parent/guardian to enter their child for these examinations. Students based overseas can sit their examinations at the offices of their nearest British Council or other suitable institution - both of the exam boards have further details on their websites - you may find these links helpful:
Edexcel
Cambridge (CIE)

It is the parent or guardian's responsibility to enter a student for examinations and they are responsible for the fee levied by the examination board and the examination centre. 

 

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