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How it works

The weekly classes are taught in small groups, some individual classes can be arranged with the teacher. The students leave one subject class each week by rotation. The students are given 29 classes spread across the year.

At the end of each class the students, together with their teacher, choose which class period to come out of for their Drama class the following week. The subjects that they miss are rotated, missing the same subject no more than twice in any term.

Students must do their homework for the missed class and if for any reason they are not allowed (due to tests, poor performance etc) to miss that particular subject they must inform their Drama teacher so that their class can be rearranged where possible or so that they can join another class for that week. 

6th years are taught individually from September to February. They organise their classes to take place during a Study period or outside of class time.