Instead, the classes encourage students to use their knowledge in order to consider the essence of things.
The town held a GCSE course in the evening for local residents who had failed to acquire the certification while in their teens. When comparing the classes which I experienced in that course to the classes of Japanese junior high schools and high schools, the biggest difference is that the final goal is more than to simply acquire knowledge.
King Edward VI School has matched its best ever results this year with 74% of students achieving 5A*- C grades at GCSE including English and mathematics.
The results have recognised outstanding achievement by students at King Edward VI School.
Amy Staines and Yasmin Palejwala achieved an incredible 12 A* grades each across every one of their subjects plus their additional Level 2 IT qualification equivalent to a further GCSE.
Andreas Georgiou picked up 11 A*and 1 A including an A^ (A* Distinction) in Further Maths GCSE in recognition of his outstanding achievement.