doing GCSEs when they are ready for it rather than a set time.
I wanted to ask about this as I found it rather confusing. They also said something about kids being able to get more AS levels and therefore more UCAS points for Uni entry. Do good universities really care much for AS pints? Surely they are still after 3 (possibly 4) solid academic subjects at A level. Do the good Universities really pay any attention to AS levels?
I don't feel quite as badly as I did about the school but still think it is only adequate and not where we would choose if we lived close enough to any other Bucks school to be in with a chance of getting in.
From the figures posted by someone else it looked liked Burhham had the lowest number of students putting it as their first choice secondary school in the whole of Bucks.