St Edmund's College Summer School
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
About St Edmund's College Summer School
St Edmund’s College is an independent Catholic school in Hertfordshire, and one of the oldest Catholic schools in England. The school is co-educational, and provides places for students aged 3-18. St Edmund’s occupies around 450 acres of farmland, and boasts of a wide range of modern facilities such as swimming pools and an athletics track, new ICT suites and a school chapel. Since 1996, St Edmund's has run a summer school, for primarily international students looking to experience British culture and education. The summer school is open to students aged 11-17, and typically lasts from three to six weeks, making full use of St Edmund’s wide range of facilities.
Values and Vision
The summer school at St Edmund’s College seeks to provide the best possible experience for the 150 or so pupils who attend every year. In-class learning is only a small part of the typical student experience, with a wide range of trips and excursions also taking place. These activities are tailored for each student, depending of their level of spoken English and their personal interests and preference.
British Council Inspection
“There are excellent facilities for relaxation. Students have comfortable common rooms in their boarding houses, and other areas in and around the school where they can relax or play. There is a large dining room where students and staff take their meals together. A good choice of food is presented from the school’s modern kitchens. All meals are included in the cost of the course”.