Kings Brighton is a modern independent college for ambitious students looking for a mature yet supportive learning environment and community in which they can express their own identity, explore theirinterests and achieve their ambitions. We support students to become responsible and independent learners, based on a mutual respect between staff and students. We provide a range of GCSE, A-level, Year 12 transfer, Art and Design Foundation and Easter revision programmes for day and boarding students. September and January start dates.
Kings Oxford is a modern independent college for ambitious students looking for a mature yet supportive learning environment and community in which they can express their own identity, explore theirinterests and achieve their ambitions. We support students to become responsible and independent learners, based on a mutual respect between staff and students. We provide a range of GCSE, A-level, Year 12 transfer and Art and Design Foundation programmes for day and boarding students. September and January start dates.
Welcome to Thomas Knyvett College, one of the most improved comprehensive schools in the country and in the county of Surrey having achieved 60% of Year 11 students gaining 5 or more A*-C gradesincluding English and Maths in summer 2014 and 78% achieving 5 or more A*-C overall. Judged, for the third time, by Ofsted in December 2013 as providing 'good' teaching and learning, we are justly proud of The Howard brand.
Welcome to Brooklands College a Further Education college based on two campuses, one in leafy Weybridge and the other in Ashford, close to Heathrow Airport. We are proud to be one of Surrey's largestproviders of vocational training and further and Higher Education. Our course offering is diverse and our teaching excels, with students travelling long distances to benefit from the Brooklands College experience.
St George's College, Weybridge and St George's Junior School, Weybridge are independent Roman Catholic co-educational schools which welcome those of other Christian traditions allowing all to developtheir ethical, spiritual and moral values. We seek to inspire a love of learning and to encourage all to fulfil their aspirations and potential within an atmosphere of mutual respect and compassion.
We are pleased to say that the Museum is now open again after the completion of work to improve access to the building for those with limited mobility. The museum was opened in 1875 to house theThackeray Collection of British Birds and other collections and have been located in its present site since 1895. Visits by individuals and groups at other times can be made by prior arrangement with the Curator. Visits by parties from other schools are particularly welcome and there is no admission charge.
Visit East Berkshire College to find out everything you need to know about our courses, where you'll be studying and what you can do when you're here. If you would like to discuss your company'straining needs or find out more about our services, you can call us on 01753 443855 or request a call back.
Slough and Eton builds on the tradition of our foundation as a Church of England School which welcomes all faiths and cultures. The Christian ethos permeates across all our work and we celebrate unityin diversity. Our pupils are from a variety of religions, faiths and countries. They work, play and flourish together in our outstanding learning environment developing respect and understanding for each other so that they are well prepared for their adult lives.
Slough College of Business Management intends to be among those institutions in the UK that are renowned for optimum quality standards throughout the world. Our courses are designed in a unique waythat will develop you to have the right skills, not only academically but also industrially.
Eton was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI as "Kynge's College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore" to provide free education to 70 poor boys who would then go on to King's College, Cambridge, whichhe founded 1441. When Henry founded the school, he granted it a large number of endowments, but when he was deposed by Edward IV in 1461, the new king removed most of its assets and treasures to St George's Chapel, Windsor, on the other side of the River Thames.