The city of Chatham is located in the County of Kent in the South East of England. The city is around 33 miles east of the capital London. Chatham city has an approximate population of 71,000 residents. The city is home to the Chatham Historic Dockyard museum which includes the submarine HMS Ocelot. The unemployment rate for Chatham currently stands at just under 7%. This is slightly lower in comparison to the national average unemployment rate which currently stands at 7.6%. Chatham has 24 schools; 17 primary schools, 3 secondary schools, 3 grammar schools, and 1 alternative school. The Chatham Grammar School for Boys and the Chatham Grammar School for Girls have accelerated curriculums meaning students take their GCSE examinations in year 10 and start their A-Level subjects in year 11. The Victory Academy is a secondary school and combined sixth form and teachers from ages 11 up to the legal leaving age of 18. Students are able to choose between studying a range of A Levels and further BTECs.
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