Farlington School will be hosting its annual GCSE Choices Evening for Year Nine pupils, as a preparation for deciding which of the 21 qualifications on offer girls would like to study from September 2017.
GCSE Choices is open not only to current parents and pupils, but anyone who might be considering moving from another school or into the independent sector for the first time. The event, which parents attend with their daughters, will begin with wine and soft drinks and a presentation led by Headmistress, Louise Higson, and Head of Curriculum & Choices, David Walker-Smith. It will be held on Tuesday, February 7.
Afterwards, there will be stands at which everyone can chat to subject specialists and student ambassadors about what each GCSE involves - whether it is a new subject or a familiar one. Girls and parents will also receive a copy of the latest edition of Farlington’s GCSE Choices Booklet.
The evening starts at 7.30pm and takes place in The Learning Zone, Farlington’s newly refurbished Senior School Hall. Email email@example.com for an invitation.
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