They teach from math (quite a bit) to databases, software, hardware and all. I think this is the equivalent of a Degree + Master in the US. Now education in Spain changed the programmes so I am not up to date, I just know they issued some kind of “more lightweight” degrees that are 4 years. Later go and buy a master, without knowing nearly as much as you knew when you had the degree before about the fundamentals. What a business they built on top of education! I find it a bit of a shame actually. But it gives older engineers a competitive advantage in my opinion.
You can’t take exams at two different centres in the same ‘series’ (. summer or January). If the timetable permits, you could ask the school to enter you for extra exams, though you might have to pay. Ask your exams officer – they’re the experts and know you son’s situation.
It looks like you’ve read the page on science GCSEs ( http:///science-gcse/ ) so you know the structure. Because of the new flexibility that I describe on that page, the school can organise science in different ways. There are only three exams for triple science. They can be taken together in year 11, or split between yr 10 and 11. Biology in year 10 and the others in yr 11. Or, the school could go down the route of Core science in yr10 and additional plus further addition in year 11.
Medical Law and Ethics explores the study of medical ethics, or applied ethics, for healthcare professionals who often face dilemmas that are not experienced by the general population. The fast-paced growth of medical technology has made the study of ethics even more relevant. The study of bioethics, or biomedical ethics, refers to moral dilemmas due to advances in medicine and medical research. Since medical law and ethics are often interrelated, students need to have a clear understanding of both in order to protect themselves, their employer, and the patient. The study of ethics includes many questions for which there is no one answer.