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Key Stage 4, years 10-11

Years 10 and 11 are based on the third floor of the main school building at Gammel Kærvej. 


As we are a one line school, we are not able to offer many choices, but we do allow students to custom-build their own study programme from within the subjects we have to offer, by having the chance to drop one or two subjects or to follow a self study option. In Years 10 and 11 students are encouraged to take a minimum of 7 subjects from the following;

Second Language English and/or First Language English 

German and/or Spanish (Or self-study mother tongue language)


Coordinated Sciences or Separate Sciences, (Biology, physics and chemistry).

History and/or Geography 

Information Technology OR Food and Nutrition.

In addition students take Danish language which is not an IGCSE subject.

You can find out more about Cambridge Assessment International Examinations by visiting their website at https://www.cambridgeinternational.org

In Danish language lessons, we follow Fælles Mål, the Ministry of Education goals and objectives for the teaching of Danish language. Students are able to sit FP9 or FP10 in Danish language only.  You can find more information at the Ministry’s website https://www.uvm.dk

Special Activities and School trips

In Stage 10 students go on a one week school trip somewhere in Europe. Also in Stage 10, students have one week work experience in work places that they organise themselves.

In Stage 11 students go for a further week ‘brobygning’, visiting colleges and gymnasiums in Aalborg.  In Stage 11, students take a two day course leading to a first aid certificate.

From Stages 9 to 11, students receive regular sessions with the UU vejleder, (or Careers Officer), who gives them guidance when making the choice of which college to apply for.

Key Stage 4
Our values include setting high standards for oneself and learning to study.
Choice of Subjects
Students can choose subjects to study
Every student is unique. We aim to help students take responsibility for their actions and develop the skills necessary to become life long learners.
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