Overview of courses at each point of entry
(valid for the academic year beginning September 2007)
 
Year 6  (turning 11): 11+ Common Entrance syllabus and intensive French tuition
 
Year 7 (turning 12): 13+ Common Entrance syllabus, combined with the French national curriculum. (Classes mainly in English. Intensive French tuition provided).
 
Year 8 (turning) 13): 13+ Common Entrance syllabus, combined with the French national curriculum. (Classes mainly in English. Intensive French tuition provided).
 
Year 9 (turning 14): Cambridge/AQA syllabuses for IGCSE, GCSE and O-level examinations
 
Year 12 (turning 17): Cambridge/AQA syllabuses for GCE A-levels.
 
(The school year given corresponds to the British educational system which runs from September to August. The age of the student is also given. Normally, a boy would be expected to have his 11th birthday during Year 6, his 12th birthday during Year 7, and so on, so that boys will usually be 18 when they sit their A-level examinations.

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