Bringing students together

Aside from the intellectual objectives of our courses, there are other reasons for bringing students together from different schools or across year groups. Schools often find that students have benefited socially, made new friends, affirmed and inspired each other and grown in self-confidence.

If it’s hard to get students out of lessons all at the same time or your timetable presents limitations, we have various ways of working around this. Just get in touch and tell us about what you’d like to achieve and we’ll see if we have a solution!

“An experience that helps you to easily find friends in a new school.”
“I loved every second of it.”

Student from Battle Abbey School

“I really enjoyed working with people I didn’t know. It gave me a different perspective on things as I know what my friends think already!”

Student from St Edwards School, Oxford

“I loved the way we had a fun and challenging experience in a relaxed atmosphere with other year groups; something that doesn’t normally work.”

Student from Warminster School

“It was really good, interesting and fun to meet new people!”

Student from Leeds Girls Grammar School

“People who are shy opened up more. It brought people together.”

Student from Wychwood School, Oxford

“It taught me that it’s good to put your hand up. Even if you’re wrong it’s good to have a try. It made me more confident.”

Student from Gordon’s School

“I liked being around intelligent people who clearly think a lot about the world around them because I don’t normally get the chance to participate in such discussions.”

Student from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School

Numbers don’t lie

96% of students who have attended other courses say that our courses are better! Read more

Advancing education

We are specialists in education. The design of every course has a reason behind it relating to advanced teaching practice. Read more