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GCSE Level motor vehicle & road users studies

This GCSE is validated by CCEA the Northern Ireland examination board. It can be taken at either the Higher Level (A* to E) or Foundation Level (C to G).
It is assessed by examination (60%), a written project (20%) and a practical moped riding test (20%).


This lasts for one and a half hours at Foundation level and two hours for the Higher paper. In both cases the topics covered are: Written Project

Candidates are expected to select an area of road-user behaviour and compare observed behaviour with the legal requirements. Marks are awarded for an explanation of the aim of the project, the methodology, presentation of the results, interpretation of the results and recommendations.

Moped Riding

Candidates must demonstrate that they can: This course is expected to be completed in two years if the students receive two hours teaching a week. A popular alternative, however, is to follow the Entry Level programme for the first two terms of Year 10 and then move on to the GCSE programme for the final term of Year 10 and all of Year 11 so that students achieve two qualifications.

An express delivery is also possible and this is often the choice of schools following the programme with twilight sessions. The course is then delivered in a year and can be accessed by students in either Year 10 or 11.

90-ONE Education provides teaching staff, riding instructors, mopeds and all teaching materials. Courses can take place at your school or off-site in Coventry, Northampton, Oxford or Kettering. (Other locations may be possible.) All staff are CRB checked, teachers have QTS, the moped instructors are qualified, there is £10 million Public Liability Insurance in place and risk assessments are available for all activities.

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