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Folgende Beratungstage sind für November und Dezember geplant:
Mannheim 29. November 2017 (Mittwoch)
Wiesbaden 30. November 2017 (Donnerstag)
Frankfurt 01. Dezember 2017 (Freitag)
Frankfurt 02. Dezember 2017 (Samstag)
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Ellesmere College to offer tennis scholarships to mark the opening of £1.2m Tennis Centre
Ellesmere College is on the verge of opening a new £1.2m indoor tennis centre which will provide 4 acrylic state of the art courts.
Rio 2016 – 10 Olympians from Plymouth College
It would appear impossible, for a small school community like Plymouth College, with only 500 students, to be represented by 10 Olympians at Rio 2016. Plymouth College is world famous for its aquatic programmes, but this year has more students at the Olympics than any other school in the UK.
The UK Referendum - some reassurances from a British Boarding School perspective
Europe and the UK are still coming to terms with the outcome of the referendum result. However, we think that is important to put the whole situation into context and give it a sense of perspective.
A-Level reform makes the IB more attractive
Over the course of the next 3 years, the UK will be in the process of changing its A-level examination process. The changes will make A-levels more challenging and demanding for students. This may make the IB (International Baccalaureate), traditionally perceived as the tougher qualification, an increasingly attractive alternative.
School of the Week – Lancing College
Lancing College is situated on a hill which is a part of the beautiful South Downs. The school's Gothic chapel is very impressive. In the most recent Ofsted boarding report the school was described as “outstanding” which was reinforced by an excellent Oxbridge success rate (10% in 2013).
School of the Week – Truro School
Truro School is located in rural Cornwall and life there makes for a traditional English experience. The majority of students are from a local background. The boarding community is small and therefore maintains a warm family feel. Truro is a welcoming school that maximises the potential of its students. Geology is offered as a subject.
School of the Week – Dauntsey’s School
Dauntsey’s is a traditional school close to Stonehenge. It provides for an excellent all round education and is famous for sailing its own boat the Jolie Brise. It won The Tall Ship’s Race in 2000 and 2002.
Famous Alumni: Mohamed Nasheed (former President of the Maldives), Wilbert Awdry (Children’s author: Thomas the Tank Engine)
School of the week – St Georges School for Girls, Edinburgh
St Georges is a famous all-girls school located near the Murryfield Sports Stadium in Edinburgh. It combines elements of the English and Scottish education systems. On both counts the school’s results compare with the best in Scotland. A particular strength of the school is the Art Department and the Tennis Academy. The school is a perfect environment for a true Scottish experience.
British Goody of the Week - Love Wall – Great Britain
Great Britain is a fantastic place. It is difficult to put it in words but this website summarises the empire its sights, landmarks, cities, culture and opportunities very well.
School of the Week – Dulwich College
This all boys’ school is based in London with impressive architecture and rural character. It has been a popular location for filming (Harry Potter, Tomb Raider, The Importance of being Earnest). From an academic and a sporting perspective it competes with schools such as Harrow and Eton. In 2012, 15% of Year 13 went to Oxbridge.
Student Nina Devani develops App
Nina Devani will be Jonathan Stanford’s student next year. Her App “Prompt Me Nina” helps you to remember your passwords. It is available in the Google Play Store. Please support this young talent.
School of the Week - King's Ely
King's Ely School was founded in 970 A.D., making it the oldest school in England. One of the boys' boarding houses, School House, is claimed to be the oldest residential building in Europe. Valuing traditions the school has invested in the future with a new Art centre and the very impressive Sixth Form building. Rowing is extremely popular and the school also has its own boat house, next to Cambridge University's on the River Great Ouse. The Cathedral of Ely which is used for weekly school services is a well-known monument in the area because of it prominent shape and age.
School of the Week – Oakham School
Oakham School was founded in 1584 and is renowned for being innovative. It was the first independent all boys school to accept girls and introduced the IB qualification over 10 years ago. The results have been impressive (2012 IB Points average = 37.8). It is particularly successful at rugby, hockey and cricket.
School of the week - Repton School
Repton School is a prestigious and flourishing school in the Midlands founded in 1557. It achieves very good results and excels at sport, art and drama. In 2012, 11% of Year 13 went to Oxbridge. School teams have been National Champions in hockey, cricket, swimming and tennis in recent years.
School of the Week - Roedean School
Roedean School (founded in 1885) is one of the most famous all girls schools in the country. The school is set in large grounds on the top of a cliff overlooking the sea. It has a relatively small student body with a good percentage of international students.
School of the Week – Gordonstoun
Located in the North of Scotland Gordonstoun was founded by Dr Kurt Hahn former Principal of Salem in 1933. Round Square values and the Duke of Edinburgh Award originated there. Children are educated with many outdoor activities including trips on the school yacht The Ocean Spirit of Moray.