Cheltenham College is one of the UK's leading co-educational independent schools for both day and boarding pupils aged 3-18 (boarding from age 7). Offering outstanding all-round education within awarm and vibrant community, the school is situated in 72 acres of beautiful grounds in the heart of the Cotswolds. The Prep School (3-13) occupies a stunning 15-acre woodland setting, including its own sports fields and lake, adjacent to the Senior School.
Drawing on the Isbourne Holistic Centre's 20 years experience as the pioneering charity for self development and wellbeing education in the South West of England - as well as theexpertise of independent health and education specialists - Isbourne College is the only accredited UK college offering an accessible overview of the diverse holistic landscape.
Today, around 850 pupils from around the world benefit from the knowledge and expertise gained over the last 160 years of putting girls first. All girls enjoy the teaching and specialist care of ourhighly qualified academic and pastoral staff, with Housemistresses and Tutors available to give advice and guidance at every stage of a girl's life.
We're better than good. Ofsted gave us its second highest rating in 2013, with student employability, the quality of our teaching and learning and the quality of the professional resources availablehighlighted in the report. You can choose from a wide range of options which will help to ensure you're on the right course. Select from A Levels, HNDs, vocational programmes or, a Traineeship or Apprenticeship.
Special price of £950 for Module 2 Osteopathy in the Cranial Field Course in September 2015. Limited graduate bursaries of £150 available on a first come first served basis. Please check under the'about us' section to view the publications available. Profits made from sales will go towards our charitable bursaries.|
Unfortunately we could not find a way to run our Experiential Education courses in the current climate - both financially and getting them accredited. There is certainly the demand and the need forthese courses. Thank you to all the people, tutors and students, who helped make this pioneering education a reality between 2000 and 2013, we hope this impulse will arise in a new way elsewhere.
I really think that students should desire to go to faculty. That is the reason I encourage every pupil to contemplate this: are you actually doing what you need to do? I might have picked anything,as soon as I came to UMass. However, I understand that I wouldn't ever have been content. After my first session in a key that didn't interest me, I determined that, regardless of the outcomes, I'd change to English.
With vitality and resilience as the aim for soil, biodynamic practice will be considered with specific attention to how vitality on all levels can be encouraged and supported. The BiodynamicAgricultural College came out of a long history of biodynamic agriculture education at Emerson College in cooperation with the Biodynamic Association in the UK.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS) is the new college formed by the merger between Stroud College and Filton College. These two successful colleges merged in February 2012, to give ourstudents more choice, greater opportunities and a wider range of facilities from a single, larger college. At SGS, we have three main campuses - Stroud, Filton and WISE - as well as many local community venues, and we welcome around 15,500 full-time and part-time students of all ages every year.
Twenty-two Cirencester Sixth Form College Career Academy students graduated in a special ceremony in Bristol on May 5th. They were supported by their proud parents and lecturers at the South WestRegional Graduation Ceremony, which was held at Leigh Court in Bristol.