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When A levels go wrong: Clearing or Retakes?

It’s now only one week until CIE A level results are released. If you’ve chosen to apply to U.K. universities, you’ve already applied through UCAS, you’ve got your firm and insurance offers confirmed, so what happens if you don’t make the grades? First of all: don’t panic! You’re not alone... read full post

When A levels go wrong: Clearing or Retakes?

It’s now only one week until CIE A level results are released. If you’ve chosen to apply to U.K. universities, you’ve already applied through UCAS, you’ve got your firm and insurance offers confirmed, so what happens if you don’t make the grades? First of all: don’t panic! You’re not alone... read full post

Review of the Year: a message from the Director of Studies

“This academic year has been an exciting one at Estoril. The key highlight has to be the graduation of our first group of students, many of whom are going on to top UK universities as well as vocational schools in Portugal and Spain. Overall, our students have shown significant academic and personal growth... read full post

Review of the Year: a message from the Director of Studies

“This academic year has been an exciting one at Estoril. The key highlight has to be the graduation of our first group of students, many of whom are going on to top UK universities as well as vocational schools in Portugal and Spain. Overall, our students have shown significant academic and personal growth... read full post

IB results day: how do A levels compare?

“Are A levels better than the IB?” This is perhaps the question parents who come to meet us at Greene’s most frequently ask. A very good argument can be made for either answer, and given that the decision between one or the other will have such a great impact in their children’s lives, there is... read full post

IB results day: how do A levels compare?

“Are A levels better than the IB?” This is perhaps the question parents who come to meet us at Greene’s most frequently ask. A very good argument can be made for either answer, and given that the decision between one or the other will have such a great impact in their children’s lives, there is... read full post