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  • General Certificate of Secondary Education

    The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academically rigorous, internationally recognised qualification (by Commonwealth countries
  • Society for Popular Astronomy

    and the GCSE astronomy examination. List of astronomical societies SPA website (About page) "50 Years of the Society for Popular Astronomy" (PDF)
  • Stonyhurst Observatory

    currently run by Classics master Fintan O' Reilly, who also teaches GCSE astronomy. Occasionally access is permitted to the observatory for visitors.
  • GEMS Wellington International School

    International School follows the British curriculum. The school offers iGCSEs, GCSEs and the International Baccalaureate. Science, English and Mathematics
  • Royal Astronomical Society

    RAS has an advisory role in relation to UK public examinations, such as GCSEs and A Levels. The RAS sponsors topical groups, many of them in interdisciplinary
  • Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School

    universities, such as Cambridge, Oxford and Durham. The school teaches astronomy GCSE, available to pupils in years 10 & 12. The school consistently performs
  • Wirral Grammar School for Boys

    psychology and general studies, which also includes a GCSE in Latin, GCSE astronomy, AS critical thinking and GCSE philosophy and ethics. The school has been
  • Nonsuch High School for Girls

    an observatory on the roof where the astronomy society frequently meets. The school has two teachers for this GCSE. In 2008 all 5 students achieved either
  • Ipswich High School for Girls

    English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics must be taken at GCSE. At GCSE, girls can study three of these subjects (excluding English Literature
  • Cleeve School

    management team at the approximately 1,600-pupil school. The school offers GCSEs for ages 11 to 16, and A-Levels/BTECs for students wishing to go to the