Lancing College is a spacious, cozy and prestigious boarding school located in the south of England (West Sussex, Lansing, about 1.5 hours to London, 30 minutes to Brighton). From the windows of the building Lansing College offers a beautiful view of the surrounding green hills and a spacious seaside, and the well-groomed territory and picturesque surroundings give pupils opportunities for pleasant walks and picnics.
The school was founded in 1848, its creator - Nathaniel Woodard, who aimed to give children a quality education, to develop love and the desire to learn, to develop children from the academic, creative and athletic aspects. The school not only provides quality knowledge - it broadens the horizons of pupils, instills in them love for study, for self-knowledge, stimulates them to acquire new knowledge. The atmosphere here is friendly and warm, the teaching staff is constantly in close interaction with the students, always happy to share experience, knowledge and advice, help in resolving issues and conflicts.
In 1978, the school underwent a major modernization, thanks to which a swimming pool, its own theater and design center, an extensive library, well-groomed fields for sports games appeared on the campus. More recently, the school of the Mouden joined the school, which made it possible to teach a broader age range of children - now students from 3 to 13 years can apply for education. In the college itself, there are about 500 schoolchildren aged 13-18: they are high school programs, GCSE and A-level.
Each teacher has the goal to give the child a full range of knowledge, timely advice and guidance, to give the right direction in development and learning. With the help of qualified teachers, children learn to be responsible for their decisions and actions, work individually and in a team, begin to appreciate the support of a friend and colleague; All teachers have extensive experience working with foreign students.
Academic standards supported by Lansing College are very high and require students to remain vigilant and full of dedication. This is not only a large amount of academic knowledge, but also a pronounced desire to gain new skills and skills, intensive development of their own intellectual potential. The maximum capacity of the class does not exceed 22 people, on the average for every 8 students there is 1 qualified and experienced teacher. Each scientific department of the school is managed by the coordinator: his task is to ensure the full and comprehensive development of the student. The coordinator also prepares a full report on the student's progress in the middle of each semester: it helps to see weaknesses and gaps in knowledge, insufficiently deeply learned learning topics and, accordingly, to focus on them in more detail. Also, each student has a mentor who will always help in solving domestic, academic and organizational issues.
Lansing College offers you the programs of a preparatory school:
1. Lancing Prep Hove is a first-class education that meets modern requirements. The curriculum includes all subjects recommended by the UK State curriculum, as well as fine arts, dramatic art, physical education, music and many others. Classes create a comfortable atmosphere, which allows for productive learning and personal growth.
2. Lancing Prep Worthing - offers not only an excellent education, but also personal care and the opportunity for each child to feel unique. Classes are held in small classes, which allows you to give more personal attention to each of the students and creates a family atmosphere. All this helps the guys to reveal their abilities and talents and to know the world around them.
Tuition fee - on request.
The secondary school in Lansing College includes an extensive and balanced program in which each student will find something interesting for himself and will be able to prove himself. Upon completion of the training, students have all the necessary materials for selecting examination items and preparing for the next training stage.
Tuition fees: on request.
The list of disciplines that students are studying is large enough and corresponds to the national curriculum approved for preparation for GCSE and A-level:
Tuition fees: £ 10,970 per term (full board).
English + golf
Arrival 09:00 - 18:00 Departure 10:00 - 19:00 Round trip rates
There are separate housing units for boys and girls: 4 women's and 5 men's, and there are also 2 residences specially equipped for full-time students. Each residence is designed for about 80 people: junior students are accommodated in common rooms for several people, high school students can count on a private room. Residences have their own names, they are all perfectly equipped and equipped for living and rest: there are cozy living rooms for relaxation with TV, computers with network connection, games and films. Teachers, sports and educational supervisors also live on the territory. This allows teachers and pupils to communicate informally, which has a positive effect on the course of classes, allows sharing knowledge and experience not only within the classroom, quickly solving everyday problems and conflicts.
Lansing College organizes a delicious, varied and balanced diet for the students, the quality of the products is constantly checked by a special manager to meet the high standards of school meals. During regular meetings with the nutrition committee, students can express their preferences in food, report allergies to a particular product, a certain diet or special preferences in the diet (for example, medical or religious prohibition). In addition, students are equipped with small functional kitchens where they can cook meals to their liking or have a cup of tea with friends; Products can be bought in a store located directly on the school grounds.
Lancing College students can actively spend time after class, doing sports, playing, playing team games and participating in activities with other students. The choice of leisure opportunities is very wide:
In addition, children can learn to play chess and conduct debates, engage in astronomy or devote time to public readings. Recently, an excellent, fully equipped art school has opened in the college - there are many interesting design fans, photographs, there is a computer center and own rehearsal orchestra, studios and art studios, an extensive library.
About 200 people (both boys and girls) are in the air force cadet corps (training takes place on the afternoon of Wednesday of each week): every year "survival games" are organized during school holidays. Here you can learn military training, try flying and parachute jumping.
For a small additional fee, you can participate in a special competition "Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme". There are three levels in the contest (bronze, silver and gold); Schoolchildren participate in a total of 4 stages of the competition: night expedition, demonstration of personal talents, athletic ability and public works (this can be both work in a specialized store, and the protection of a personal project on the environment). Participation in this competition develops self-confidence and self-reliance, helps develop existing abilities and discover new qualities, improve leadership skills and learn how to work in a team.
The total area of Lancing College is 550 acres (not counting the territory of the sports playing fields) - the campus is one of the most equipped among the educational institutions in the southern part of Britain. There are two large educational buildings, a rich sports infrastructure, studios for creative work, administrative buildings, a small farm where students are engaged. Classes at the farm are a great chance to learn how to care for animals, learn their behavior, and remove stress. In 2008, a new school of arts was opened in the territory, and in 2010 - a large sports center and Internet cafe, where all students are free access.
The academic year is divided into trimesters:
The cost of one trimester of study = 10970 pounds; One academic year = 32,910 pounds.
Please note that there are additional mandatory fees not included in the total cost of the Lancing College program:
Required documents, depending on the type of institution:
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