The program was developed at CATS College London as a preparatory course for pre-university training courses or for raising the level of English. Admission to the program is possible after reaching the age of 15 years. The passage of the Pre: Program will allow you to get a GCSE certificate after taking the national exams. Students who do not choose further specialization can go through three trimester of more than 5 disciplines and determine the direction for admission to the A-Level or University Foundation Program. The preliminary program takes into account the different level of preparation of schoolchildren and adjusts the load depending on academic performance and knowledge of English. Teachers will help orient students with the choice of profession, choose those subjects that are most suitable for study in the future. The main feature of the program is the complexity of the approach to the study of all disciplines. Mandatory list (two of three): English, mathematics or foreign. Especially widely available are the possible foreign languages (German, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, French). Adolescents to your choice are recommended disciplines: chemistry, art history (design skills), photo, media, physics, effective business management, biology.
Beginning: January, September
The independent private boarding school King Edward's School Witley (King Edward School) is located in the small village of Whitney (Surrey, almost on the border with Sussex county, southeast England ) and takes on boys training And girls from 11 to 18 years, including foreign students. Road toLondon will take approximately 1 hour; Here is adopted as a day form, and training on the scheme of full boarding (with accommodation).
The history of the educational institution is quite entertaining. The year of foundation is 1553: in London, training classes for children of poor people were organized. Unfortunately, they burned down during the famous Great Fire of London, together with the hospital in which they worked - since then the school has moved repeatedly until it finally settled in Wheatley (1867). Together with training, boys mastered crafts, army service, they wore military uniforms and even slept in sailors' hammocks! During the Second World War, the secret scientific laboratory of the Navy worked on the basis of the school: a powerful radar was developed here, which allows determining the location of enemy ships and submarines, which played an important role during the sea Atlantic battles. After the end of the war, they took a joint form of training (they began to enlist girls), and today King Edward's School Witley is on the list of the best in England. In addition, it is one of the largest boarding schools in the whole country.
The total number of students reaches 500, approximately half of them are full-board students and permanently reside in residences on campus. Foreigners make up about 20% of the total number of children, these are representatives of more than 40 world countries.