Long history of dealing with international pupils.
One of the UK’s oldest co-educational day/boarding schools, founded in 1553.
Excellent academic and sporting record, rated ‘outstanding’ by OFSTED.
Outstanding results, in the top 5 of UK, co-ed day and boarding schools. GCSE, IB and A level courses offered.
World class educational and sporting facilities.
A safe, friendly environment with high levels of supervision for all students.
Venue for our International Summer School.
Centrally located, just 30 minutes drive from Birmingham International and 1 hour 40 minutes from Heathrow.
Courses run for two weeks from Tuesday – Tuesday. Students are split into two categories: Juniors (for pupils aged 8-12 years old) and Teens (aged 13-17 years old).
The Summer Vacation Course runs from 30th June to 11th August (you can attend a 2, 3 or 4 week course). The cost of the two week vacation course is £1800, additional weeks are £925.
The fee includes:
All residential accommodation.
Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner plus morning, afternoon and evening snacks).
Transport to/from Birmingham or Heathrow Airports between the hours of 8am and 6pm. (Transport from other airports available but at an additional cost.)
Tuition (intensive English or full programme for Academic Preparation)
Free WiFi and access to PCs.
Medical supervision from Bromsgrove School Health Centre.
Extra-curricular activities/sports and full use of all of the School’s sports facilities during free time.
Four full-day excursions/trips each fortnight to places such as Oxford, London, Drayton Manor Theme Park, Bath, Black Country Living Museum, Warwick/Stratford.
Optional half-day trips available for an additional charge of £10 per pupil per trip, for example: Birmingham, Worcester.
SUMMER VACATION COURSE
15 hours’ intensive English tuition per week (to include presentation skills).
Qualified teachers, recruited and trained by International House Bristol.
Placement test on application and arrival.
Average 14 students per class.
Attendance Certificate and Progress Report.
A range of activities offered in conjunction with lessons.
Daytime & Evening Activities
Integration with British junior day pupils for some daytime activities.
Organised and supervised by Bromsgrove School staff.
A variety of on-site sports available everyday.
State of the art Sports Arena, Gym and Coffee Shop on site.
Choice of two activities per day from a choice of art and design, badminton, basketball, cookery, dance,dodgeball, football, mad science, swimming, tennis, trampolining and volleyball.
A variety of on and off-site evening events every week including talent show, DVD nights, disco, team games,indoor/outdoor sports and bingo.
Cinema trips and bowling (may be subject to an additional charge).
All Junior activity sessions are taken with local day pupils.
Single, twin, triple and four/five-bedrooms available (subject to availability).
Common Room and small kitchen in each House.
Free WIFI and PCs available for use.
Laundry service, three times, a week is included.
Bromsgrove School staff resident in each House – 24 hour supervision and medical cover.
A medieval market town, mentioned in the Doomsday Book, with a population of just under 30,000 residents.
Bromsgrove Town is 5 minutes walk from the campus. With permission, teens may visit in the afternoon.
Ideally located for local travel to/from the city of Birmingham (30 minutes drive).
Home for many years to the “Bromsgrove Guild”, renowned for producing the Buckingham Palace Gates.
Home to Poet A. E. Housman who was a pupil at Bromsgrove School.
Three quality, wholesome meals per day, plus drinks and snacks provided by Bromsgrove School Caterers.
Packed lunches for any full-day excursions.
Special diets can be catered for.