Senior

Programmes (Age 13-17)

Students must be aged 13 (or turn 13 during the programme dates) and must not turn 18 during the course dates.

All senior classes have a maximum capacity of 14 students.

Dates

6 July – 27 July 2020

  • Arrive on 6 July
  • Depart on 27 July

31 July – 21 August 2020

  • Arrive on 31 July
  • Depart on 21 August

Programmes

General English

→ combined with Activities £3,600

→ combined with Science £3,900 

Students will benefit from 15 hours per week of classroom based English including reading, writing, speaking and listening.  They will also have 6 hours per week of integrated learning through a varied timetable of either Activities or Science:

Activities Science
α Art √ Aviation
α Business √ Computer Science
α Careers & UK Universities √ Forensic Science (Crime Scene Investigation)
α Creative Writing √ Human Anatomy & Physiology
α Cookery √ Nutrition
α Debating √ Planet Earth
α Drama √ Problem Solving
α Examination Preparation (no exam) √ Research Skills
α Fitness Testing & Training
α Journalism
α Music Performance
α Music Technology
α Outdoor Activities
α Public Speaking
α Sports Analysis
α Sports Coaching & Leadership

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General Science

→ combined with Activities £3,900

→ combined with Science £4,200 

Students will benefit from 15 hours per week of laboratory based Science lessons, consisting of theory and practical sessions. They will also have 6 hours per week of integrated learning through a varied timetable of either Activities or Science:

Activities Science
α Art √ Aviation
α Business √ Computer Science
α Careers & UK Universities √ Forensic Science (Crime Scene Investigation)
α Creative Writing √ Human Anatomy & Physiology
α Cookery √ Nutrition
α Debating √ Planet Earth
α Drama √ Problem Solving
α Examination Preparation (no exam) √ Research Skills
α Fitness Testing & Training
α Journalism
α Music Performance
α Music Technology
α Outdoor Activities
α Public Speaking
α Sports Analysis
α Sports Coaching & Leadership

As a science based course, this programme is taught in English but is not an English course and therefore students will need a minimum English level of B1*.

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Future Leaders with Debating and Public Speaking £3,900

Students will benefit from 21 hours per week of lessons and the timetable will consist of classroom based activities including:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Leadership Theory
  • Problem Solving
  • Presentation Skills

As a debating type based course, this programme is taught in English but is not an English course and therefore students will need a minimum English level of B2*.

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Select Science £4,200

For students aged 15+ only.  Students will benefit from 21 hours per week of laboratory based learning studying two subjects consisting of theory and practical sessions.  They will study content designed to prepare students for study at A Level standard or equivalent.

  • Biology and Chemistry
  • Chemistry and Physics
  • Physics and Maths
  • Biology and Maths

As a science based course, this programme is taught in English but is not an English course and therefore students will need a minimum English level of B1*.

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Example Timetable 2020

*Guide to Common European Framework Reference Levels (CEFR) – English levels