2020-10-30

ks4 age

ks4 age

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Key Stage 1 (KS1)
Age 14–16. Y10–11. 4th–5th form secondary GCSEs

The well-being of our staff and visitors is our priority at this time and, as a result of government guidance, we’ve taken the decision to temporarily suspend all bookings for our on-site learning sessions.
KS4 sessions have been designed in collaboration with teachers to support both GCSE and personal development. Our unique sessions are delivered by a team of professional educators and artists, who work with our collections from around the world, to encourage students to use objects as evidence and inspiration to underpin formal learning and their growth into young adults.

In all areas of school life, students are supported by an excellent group of professionals; teachers, form tutors, heads of year, mentors and inclusion assistants. Staff are caring and dedicated, they will guide and lead through both times of success and uncertainty. Academically, you can expect students to be challenged in all areas of the curriculum with extension or reinforcement work where appropriate.
However it is not all work and no play. There will be many enjoyable experiences to get involved with; plays, concerts, dance shows, celebratory dinners, International Award trips, clubs, sports days, art exhibitions, trips abroad, to name but a few.

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We have a couple of great musicals for your KS3 and KS4 children to really get their teeth stuck into. Olivia! is a 2 hour extravaganza (split over two acts) which has band parts available so you can really go to town on your KS3 / KS4 production. If you’re after a KS3 or KS4 school play that’s a bit less daunting then take a look at The X Factory which is a fantastic spoof-titled senior school musical that will have everyone chuckling away.
Please have a browse, we’re sure you’ll find something suitable. If you have any questions or need any further information please Contact Us. We’d love to help.

References:

http://prosperoteaching.com/from-overseas/uk-key-stages-by-age-year/
http://www.britishmuseum.org/learn/schools/ages-14-16
http://www.britishschoolmuscat.com/teaching-learning/senior-school/key-stage-4-age-14-16-
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/international/curricula-and-exams/uk-overview
http://www.musiclinedirect.com/ks3-ks4-senior-productions/
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/international/curricula-and-exams/uk-overview