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The British curriculum, The English National curriculum, defines itself as the curricular structure used by schools in the United Kingdom to ensure that teaching and learning are carried out with balance and consistency.
Schools adapt this system to their own organization to better satisfy the needs of their students.
CThe following core subjects are taught in each of the stages: English, Mathematics and Science. Additional complementary subjects are: Geography, History, Technology, Art, Music, and Physical Education.
The objectives, the programmes, the subject matter, the techniques and levels of comprehension are supervised by the British Government.
At the end of the KS4 stage (which corresponds with Secondary School) students take the external IGCSE exams and, at the end of the KS5 stage (Bachillerato) they take the external A Level exams.