Sorry I am not much familiar with secondary education system. I should have done a bit of homework before asking so please excuse me for such questions.
Does it mean at DGS kids do three languages at GCSE - one oriental language, one European language and English? And how many at IB exam?
Minimum of how many languages kids do in any other grammar at GCSE. Only English or atleast English and one more language? And how many minimum at A-level?
English is mandatory at GCSE for all schools. Most students would take another language at GCSE (in order to achieve the English Baccalaureate) They are not required to take a language at A Level unless they want to.
At DGS, In addition to English, children will take one oriental language and one European language to GCSE level. As they do International Baccalaureate instead of A Level, everyone will also need to take English and a language in 6th form.
The more I read about the IB, the more I like about it and DGS' curriculum.
Thanks again Salsa, DS will now be happy that he can take Latin instead of French/German. Think this is the choice of school for us.