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Worth School, Turners Hill:
Worth School is a Benedictine (Catholic) independent co-educational day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 11-18. The school is situated in Turners Hill, West Sussex, in South East England, only 50 km from London and 12 km from Gatwick Airport. At Worth, we see our pupils as 'Lanterns to Light'. Inspiring pupils to think, learn, create, imagine and perform is crucial if each individual is to develop their intellectual potential. Pupils are not merely taught what they need to know but, much more importantly, how to learn.

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Lower School: Years 7 & 8:
Worth has a broad and well-balanced academic curriculum designed to avoid early specialisation. It complies with the National Curriculum but offers more flexibility and choice to ensure Year 7 and 8 students can experience and enjoy a wide variety of subjects.

In Years 7 and 8 students have lessons in Art, English, Drama, French, Geography, History, ICT, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religious Studies, Science and Technology.

Middle School: Years 9 to 11
The curriculum in Year 9 follows a similar pattern to that of Years 7 and 8, with some changes: Art, English, Drama, French, Geography, History, ICT, Mathematics, Physical Education, Religious Studies and Technology.The sciences are studied separately so students have lessons in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Spanish can replace French or be studied as an optional second language. Latin and Music also remain as options.

In Years 10 and 11 students undertake the two-year GCSE course in a variety of subjects, usually 10 or 10½ in number.Photo of Private School in West Sussex

The core syllabus includes English, French or Spanish, ICT, Mathematics (IGCSE), Religious Studies and the sciences, which can be studied separately or in the Science & Additional Science course which represents two GCSEs. The available options comprise Art, Drama, Economics and Business Studies, Electronics, Geography, History, Latin, Music and Physical Education. We also offer IGCSE English for a small minority of EAL students.

Sixth Form: Years 12 and 13:
Worth offers Sixth Form students the opportunity to continue with a broad education either through the International Baccalaureate or AS and A Levels (GCE).
International Baccalaureate

If students choose to take the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB), the following subjects are available: Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, Greek, History, Italian, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Spanish, Theatre Arts and Visual Arts. Students follow six courses, three at Higher Level (HL) and three at Standard Level (SL). In addition, all students must follow the Theory of Knowledge course and write an Extended Essay of 4,000 words on any topic of interest. There is also a Creativity, Action & Service (CAS) component.

A Level
A wide range of subjects is offered at AS and A Level: Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Drama, Economics, Electronics, English, Film Studies, French, Geography, History, ICT, Mathematics and Further Mathematics, Music, Music Technology, Physics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Spanish and Sport Studies. Students typically take four subjects at AS Level in Year 12 and continue with three subjects in Year 13 to complete the full A Level. Private tuition is also available in Chinese, German, Greek and Italian.

The Extended Project Qualification (OCR H856)
The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) was introduced as part of the recent revision of AS and A LeImage of Private School in West Sussexvel qualifications. It offers Sixth Form students the opportunity to study a topic in depth and produce a final dissertation. It is a free-standing AS qualification and its purpose is to add a further dimension to sixth-form study and to stretch the more ambitious scholar.

Learning Support Department
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The Learning Support Department at Worth aims to equip students with the skills needed to feel comfortable and to study confidently in the school environment. All students follow Worth's mainstream curriculum and our support programmes are implemented in 35-minute slots during the school day in place of curriculum subjects.

The range of students likely to benefit from the support we offer

* have average to above average general ability
* have mild to moderate specific learning difficulties
* are motivated and willing to learn

English as an Additional Language (EAL):

All EAL pupils are screened as part of Worth's admissions programme. All pupils requiring EAL support are required to have English writing and reading skills to Intermediate level as pupils follow Worth’s mainstream curriculum. EAL support sessions take place in 35-minute sessions during the school day in addition to normal teaching lessons. Pupils are reassessed on entry and if EAL teachers recommend support beyond the main school curriculum this is provided at an extra charge.

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Address: Turners Hill, Paddockhurst Road, West Sussex, England , UK & England
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Stover School, South Devon
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Stover is one of south-west England's leading independent day and boarding schools for girls & boys aged 3 - 18 years. Boarding programmes are available for students ages 7 and up. We are situated between Plymouth and Exeter in South Devon in the south-west of England. Set in 60 acres of beautiful grounds in Stover, Newton Abbot, Stover enjoys the benefit of a rural location but has the advantage of an excellent transportation network by road, rail and air. Our aim is to provide a happy and nurturing environment enabling pupils to acquire excellent qualifications.

Stover School is a non-selective school and welcomes pupils of all abilities. We recognise that some pupils may need support in order to make the most of the opportunities offered by the school because of difficulties with learning disabilities.

We are proud of our record of achieving outstanding results at GCSE and A-Level, which are a testament to the hard work of the pupils and staff. Stover's key ethos is the delivery of a quality education, delivered in small classes in accordance with Christian principles that enable pupils to acquire the confidence and skills required to lead successful lives as good citizens.
Co-Educational Day & Boarding Programmes for students ages 3-18:

- Boarding Programmes (Ages 7-18)
- Day Programmes (Ages 3-18)
- Nursery
- Preparatory School
- Senior School
- GCSE Examinations
- A-levels
- Sixth Form

Key subjects include:
- Science
- Math
- English
- Foreign languages
- Home economics
- Art
- Drama
- P.E.
London Christian School
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London Christian School is a brand new independent primary school that exists to provide an excellent Christian education for the children of London. We are located in Borough and are easily accessible via all major routes and subway stations. Our teachers have extensive teaching experience in State schools and Christian Schools in the UK and Australia.

It is our goal to provide schooling that corresponds with the educational desires and responsibilities of parents, and which works towards the development of the whole child in a dynamic, loving and purposeful community. Clear communication, positive relationships, real life experiences and a richly varied curriculum are all integral components in the educational journey of our students.
Primary School Program. The weekly timetable assigns an hour each day to English and Mathematics based curriculum activities. Around these core subjects there is a networking of Science, Geography, History, Religious Education, Personal Health, Society Education, Physical Education, Design and Technology, Music, Art and Drama.
LIPA - Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts
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The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) opened in 1996 to forge a new approach to performing arts training. We offer performing arts classes for 4 - 19 years old in our part-time performing arts academy called LIPA 4:19. We have over 450 students who attend LIPA 4:19 every week and we have been blessed with a huge pool of talent from around the North. Due to its popularity, we opened a new satellite school at Maghull High School in September 2008. providing training in acting, singing and dancing.

The arts and entertainment industry needs multi-disciplined all-round performers, and LIPA 4:19 is designed to make you just that. Here you learn to sing, dance and act with fully qualified and enthusiastic tutors, who all have professional experience. All classes are carefully designed to reflect the correct stage of performing arts development for each age group, from young children through to teenagers.

Being based at the world-famous Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, LIPA 4:19 also offers fantastic facilities for the students and a safe and encouraging learning environment.
- Performing arts classes for children and teenagers aged from 4 to 19. Training is provided in acting, singing and dancing.
The Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School, London
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The Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School runs dancing, singing, acting, design and film classes with professionals from theatre, film and television for children and young people from underprivileged backgrounds. We are located in Laura Place, Lower Clapton in the East London Borough of Hackney, 25 minutes north of London city. The Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School opened in 2001 as a Prince's Trust Business. Since then it has won 3 Business of London Awards and has a growing reputation within the performing arts industry.

As well as the regular timetable, students also have the opportunity to enter our in-house competitions, such as Stars in their Eyes, Voice Idol and Oscars, (a chance to show off drama pieces and win an AF School Oscar). Every year the Hackney based school puts on a Variety Performance at the Hackney Empire. All students have the opportunity to partake in this show and learn what it really means to work as a professional and as part of a team. The audience consists of casting directors, producers, tv/film directors and funders as well as family and friends.
We run dancing, singing, acting, design and film classes with professionals from theatre, film and television for children and young people from underprivileged backgrounds. Each Saturday during term-time, 165 students, aged 7 - 18 follow a time-table of Acting and Drama, Film, Singing, Dance and Set and Costume Design. These classes are taught by leading professionals who have a great rapport with young people. We also provide adult classes.
Dulwich Oaks Montessori Nursery School
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Located in the South London Borough of Southwark, Dulwich Oaks Montessori Nursery School is a private nursery school that provides high quality private Montessori education and childcare for children ages 2 years to 5 years. We are regulated and inspected by OfSTED and meet the National Standards for Childcare.

Our aim is to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment where your child can grow and learn through creative play. Situated in Saint Margaret Clitherow Church Hall and set in spacious grounds, the school offers excellent safe outdoor facilities.

Dulwich Oaks Montessori Nursery School is a sister Nursery School of Dulwich Montessori Nursery School located in St. Stephen's Church Hall on College Road, which has an excellent reputation for a progressive and inspirational method of education.

Following the same philosophy as Dulwich Montessori, Dulwich Oaks offers an excellent outdoor play area as well as the wide selection of Montessori educational equipment and highly qualified Montessori teachers and assistants.
- Montessori education & childcare for children ages 2-5 years.
Parkgate House School, South London
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Located in Clapham, South London, directly opposite Clapham Common, Parkgate House School is an independent, co-educational preparatory school serving Nursery, Pre-Prep and Preparatory students ages 2-11. We provide specialist teachers, a rich curriculum and a reputation for equipping children for success at many of the country’s leading senior schools. With only 230 pupils across the Nursery, Pre-Prep and Preparatory years, we take pride in getting to know every child just that little bit better.

Established in 1987, we have built our name on combining a warm, welcoming and caring atmosphere with small class sizes for children aged 2½ to 11 years. Our strong, educational ethos is based upon providing teaching that caters to each child individually and empowers and encourages all children to think for themselves and achieve outstanding results.

From our caring and nurturing Montessori Nursery - where children first benefit from our use of specialist teachers - to the carefully structured learning environment of the Pre-Prep and Prep years, the successes of our curriculum are further enriched by our established after-school activities and our extra-curricular programmes.
Independent, Co-educational Preparatory School Programmes:

- Montessori Nursery (2 ½ - 4 years)
- Pre-Preparatory School (4 – 7 years)
- Preparatory School (7 – 11 years)
- Small class sizes
- Specialist teachers
- ICT Facilities
- Languages (Latin / French)

Co-Curricular Programmes:
- Drama
- Music
- Enrichment
- Trips and Workshops
- Sports (Football, Rugby, Hockey, Cricket...)