Our school welfare officer is available if you need any advice or support on any aspect of living in England and should be the first point of contact in the event of any emergency.
We can also provide you with information that you may require before you travel and advise you on the best accommodation option to suit your needs.
Passports, visas and insurance
Our school office provides letters and certificates of acceptance to assist with visa applications where required.
We recommend that all students take out adequate insurance before travelling to Britain as no personal or travel insurance is included in our fees. However, we can offer advice on medical and travel insurance or insurance can be booked direct through our website.
Sports and social events
The school prides itself on participating in regular football and volleyball tournaments, together with opportunities for students to participate in basketball, swimming, bowling and tennis. Golf, horse riding, surfing and sailing can also be arranged.
Outside the summer vacation period the school is open three evenings a week for social activities such as film nights, quizzes, and games evenings. These social events provide students with an excellent opportunity to practise their English conversational skills while, at the same time, making new friends.
Regular excursions are arranged by the school and information is posted on the school noticeboard. Popular destinations include London, the historic city of Oxford, the ancient Roman spa town of Bath and Windsor Castle.
Winchester and Salisbury, with their magnificent cathedrals, are well worth visiting as are the many picturesque local villages and towns. Full weekend trips to destinations further away from the school are also extremely popular and run by local companies.
Stonehenge, the beautiful New Forest national park and Beaulieu Motor Museum all form a part of our varied activity programme.