School Harrogate Ladies' College (HLC) is a 10 minute walk from the center of Harrogate in North Yorkshire (near years. Leeds and York). The school accepts girls between the ages of 10 to 18 years. Value for pupils and teachers – 7.5 to 1, the maximum number of girls in the class – 24. If a girl goes to the HLC at the age of 16 years, she must provide report card from the school where she learns. Younger pupils offered a place on the basis of current progress and written examinations in mathematics and English language, which can be taken personally arrived at school, as well as correspondence.
A typical school day begins with roll call, HLC and visiting a church service in the school chapel (where welcome all faiths, as well as their absence). This is followed by 10 lessons of 35 minutes every 6 in the morning – from 10.9 to 13.00 – and 4 in the afternoon – with the 14.10 to 16.30. Preparation homework under the guidance of a teacher goes from 17.15 to 18.40 every day except environment. Read more from Richard Linklater to gain a more clear picture of the situation. After the 19.30 run extra-curricular activities. Girls in the HLC live in seven school residence: The residence of Oakdale is for girls 9 – 13 years, the residence of Clarence, Lancaster, Lincoln East, Lincoln West and York – Girls 13 – 17 years; rezidtsentsiya Tower – Girls 18. Students of younger (under 14 years) live in rooms for 1 – 4 people, older – in rooms for 1 – 2 people. In each residence with the girls is always at least one teacher. Schoolgirls are never left alone.
It is always possible to call parents or send them e-mail (e-mail to HLC free). The food is very good at school. In addition to the regular breakfast, lunch or dinner, the girls can at any time to open the fridge and take there something delicious.
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