Everything you need to know about visiting Exeter School
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Thinking about Exeter School for your child?
The best way to experience Exeter School is to visit but while they cannot currently offer a personal visit to the school campus, they would be delighted to offer you an individual virtual visit to Exeter School or welcome you to their open event in September.
For every Junior School pupil the daily experience is one of active engagement within a happy, caring environment. Exeter School takes pride in its teaching, outstanding facilities and progression through the junior years to the Sixth Form. On a day-to-day level, children experience an academic programme which incorporates the National Curriculum model and, most importantly, reaches beyond it. Senior School staff enjoy teaching Junior School pupils and building relationships to ensure a smooth transition when the time comes.
The school’s curriculum offers a wide range of subjects and aims to respond periodically to changes in focus suggested by national trends and the expertise of staff.
In Years 7 to 9 the school lays lay the foundations of GCSE study and provide our pupils with a wide range of learning opportunities which inform their later choices. Many clubs and societies offer further opportunities to pursue academic and other interests.
In Years 10 and 11 pupils begin to specialise. They follow core subjects including English, Mathematics, a modern language and Science and select further subjects from the GCSE options available. Most pupils will follow 9 or 10 subjects to GCSE.
If your enquiry is for September 2020 entry, please get in touch with their Admissions team as soon as possible, but if for September 2021 and beyond we recommend that you sign up for their Open Day in September, when pupils and staff hope to be able to show you around the school in person.
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Please get in touch with their Admissions team at email@example.com to discuss the options.
They would also love to send you a copy of their prospectus and keep you up to date with all that is happening at Exeter School.