Bootham School is a British private boarding school, where students from 11 to 18 years of age are admitted. It was founded in 1823 as a Quaker school for boys, and today it is a co-educational institution for children of all faiths.
This is the first school in Britain where the science community was founded. In 1850, its own observatory was also opened here - one of the few throughout the country.
According to the rating of British private institutions with the highest results of passing A-level school is in the top ten. The Bootham School also has high rates of student preparation for math and science. For high school students, career guidance events are held here with attendance of master classes and lectures at various universities or on the school’s territory itself.
Today, the Bootham School has pupils with a friendly atmosphere and free informal communication between teachers and schoolchildren. The ideology of the teaching staff of the school is based on 4 postulates - equality, honesty, peace and simplicity. At the same time, in the Bootham School it is considered that quality education is not only gaining knowledge and skills, but shaping the personality of each student: denoting moral principles, respect for others, and fostering a positive outlook on the world.
At the Bootham School high school stage, students study the following subjects:
This is a curriculum that all students take when moving from high school to high school. The disciplines studied here are divided into two types:
The A-Levels program is designed to prepare high school students of 17-18 years old to graduate from school and continue to enter the university.
Proposed subjects for study:
To accommodate students on the campus of Bootham School, several residences are offered: the girls live in the residential complex of Rowntree House, which includes three buildings located in the center of the campus. Pupils younger live in furnished rooms for several people, and high school students - in apartments with separate kitchen and bathroom.
The boys live in the Fox House complex: these are four historic buildings of the Georgian era, completely renovated in 2009. High school students are accommodated in the Evelyn House residence, which is located next to the school’s campus and at the same time a few minutes from the historic center of the city.
Catering for students is organized in the campus dining room at the highest level. On Saturdays, parents can join the school meal and personally evaluate the menu.
The school has created the necessary conditions for playing sports and art in the time free from academic classes: the Bootham School has its own music school and theater. And for girls and boys who love physical activity, the following sports are available in the institution:
Located boarding school Bootham School in one of the oldest and most important cities in England - in York. Now it can rightly be called a student: there are 2 large universities, actively developing areas of science, culture and commerce. From York to London a little less than two hours by train.
Campus Equipment Bootham School:
Program cost: from £ 31179 / year. The price includes:
Candidates of 11 years old receive admission in the following format: they spend one trial day at school + leave data on their current performance. Starting from the age of 13, all candidates pass the entrance examinations for enrollment.
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