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YEARS 12-13 | AGES 17-18

Cambridge A-Level

Class size: maximum of 10

Our two–year A-Level programme offers wide subject choice and designed to prepare students for entry to universities in the United Kingdom.

Class sizes are small, a maximum of 10 pupils in any class. This ensures that each pupil receives the vital teacher attention and promotes personalised learning where every child can learn and achieve at their own pace.

 

Every lesson is recorded. This means pupils, and parents, can revisit the lesson at any time, ensuring that no topic or subject is left without being fully understood.

Stages of Education

1. Interview and Testing

A-level programme entry is a two-stage process:

  • Testing of English language knowledge for successful studying on A-level is necessary.

  • Interview with parents and a student.

2. Studying

  • Each student studies 3 or 4 subjects at the student’s choice. Education is based on British programme, with teaching  materials by Cambridge International.

  • Homework is a mandatory part of education.

3. Exams

  • Examination is an essential part of education. Exams take place twice a year. 

  • During the course of preparation for exams we take tests from past years and conduct special trainings that help students to understand the format of the exam and to be psychologically prepared for it.

  • The final exams are held at the Cambridge International at international centres around the world. At the end of education student gets integral mark for each subject based on all of passed exams.

We offer the following subjects: 

A Level Subjects

  • Mathematics

  • Further Mathematics

  • English Language

  • English Literature

  • Physics

  • Chemistry

  • Biology

  • Business

  • Accounting

  • Sociology

  • Psychology

  • History

  • Economics

  • Environmental Management (AS Level)

A Level Foundation Year

LEO School is offering a foundation year for students new to the UK education system aged  15- 16 who wish to  go on to study for  International A levels.

 

Students can study 3-5 of the following subjects

 

English Language                                      (2 hours per week)

Mathematics                                              (2 hours per week)

Science (physics, biology, chemistry)          (4 hours per week)

Business Studies                                        (2 hours per week)

Accounting                                                (2 hours per week)

Sociology                                                   (2 hours per week)

Geography                                                 (2 hours per week)

History                                                       (2 hours per week)

Computer Science                                      (2 hours per week)

 

ESL (English as a second language)  

 

The foundation year runs from September – the start of May with ESL continuing through to the summer. 

 

This is a non-exam year, although students will be tested and issued with a certificate of completion. They can then move on to take A levels. 

 

Contact our Advisor

Our Advisors will be pleased to provide advice to parents interested in A-Level tutoring and remain in contact with parents to respond to any queries or feedback throughout.

If you are interested in your child joining us part way through any A-Level courses, please get in touch with our Advisor directly to discuss the options available, timetable and exact fees. Acceptance will depend on the previous courses studied.

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Combine your studies with a traditional school and receive
2 certificates:
1) International General Certificate of Secondary Education Advanced level (A Level)
2) Certificate of your local School

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