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Work Related And Pre-Vocational Programme WRAPP at Prince William School

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This programme is designed for those of you who may find a full range of GCSE subjects difficult to cope with. This may mean you study certain subjects which may be assessed other than by GCSE – for example Vocational Certificate of Education or VCE. If you choose to follow this individualised programme, we would expect you to study the following subjects alongside the rest of the year group: - Mathematics - English - Science - a Modern Foreign Language - Religious Education - Physical Education and, possibly, another GCSE subject if you have a particular interest. In addition, you will follow the ASDAN Youth Award Scheme. You will be involved in a Design option which will include aspects of Resistant Materials Technology, the opportunity to be involved in a community project and also to experience a pre-vocational course such as welding or motor vehicle maintenance. You will also have the opportunity to take part in a week’s residential experience that is linked to a week’s taster course at a local further education institution. On occasions, you could expect to be taught outside the school, possibly by an adult other than a teacher and to follow courses of a more practical and vocational nature. This will involve you in taking more responsibility for your own learning and, on some occasions, taking responsibility for others.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Prince William School directly.

Last updated date: 16 November 2015
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