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    The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academically rigorous, internationally recognised qualification (by Commonwealth countries
  • Traction (geology)

    along by the force of the river. Helm, Janet and Robinson, Arthur (2002), GCSE Geography for AQA Specification, Heinemann, p. 6. Ritter, M.E. (2006), The
  • Rye College

    (Multi Use Games Area - or Astro Turf) and a purpose built drama studio At GCSE level all students study the core subjects which include: Maths, English
  • Ysgol Bryn Alyn

    celebrates the achievement of Year 9 pupils throughout KS3. At Key Stage 4 (GCSE level), students select three subjects to which they wish to study, alongside
  • Meander scar

    Geological Institute, 1960, page 180 Ann Bowen, John Pallister, Understanding GCSE Geography, page 40, Heinemann, 2006, ISBN 0-435-35171-0 Stephen Codrington
  • Wirral Grammar School for Boys

    showed strength in languages. GCSE and/or 'A'-Level courses include business studies, economics, electronics, geology, law, media studies, politics,
  • Bedford High School, Leigh

    achieved five GCSE passes at grade A* to C including Mathematics and English, The school's Ofsted inspection in September 2004 stated that GCSE results were
  • I.E.S. Gerardo Molina

    Obligatoria), in English: Secondary Obligatory Education, equivalent of the English GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) in the UK (United Kingdom).
  • Old Harry Rocks

    ISBN 978-0-9544845-0-7.  Geology of Harry Rocks and Ballard Point Ian West, University of Southampton Old Harry Rocks, Dorset: GCSE Geography BBC Bitesize
  • Ysgol Aberconwy

    Year 11. All other subjects are optional after Year 8. Pupils begin their GCSE studies at the beginning of Year 9, instead of Year 10 as previously. Whilst