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Millfield School Private School

Address:  Butleigh Road, Street BA16 0YD, United Kingdom
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Description Millfield School Private School

  • Established: in 1935
  • Location Millfield School: Streets, Sommerset, United Kingdom
  • Age of the pupils: 13-18 years
  • Total Students: 1200 people (200 foreigners, representatives of 50 countries), 940 on boarding school
  • Type of study: joint (mixed)
  • Type of accommodation: residence (boarding house) from age of 13.
  • Training programs Millfield School: GCSE, A-level, BTEC
  • Dates: year-round.
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One of the best co-educational schools in the United Kingdom, the Millfield School (Millfield School Private School) is constantly defending its leading positions in academic programs, and in sports, and in creativity and social work.

The founder of the training Jack Mayer: in 1935 he returned from a long trip through India with 7 boys (6 of whom were princes!) And organized suitable, comfortable teaching conditions for them. On a joint type of training the school passed already in 1939. The institution is proud of its history - in particular, it is the first school in Great Britain where children with dyslexia could successfully study. As early as 1942, Martin Attleley enrolled at Millfield School to overcome the so-called "verbal blindness" - and for the first time in history achieved excellent results comparable to ordinary schoolchildren. Today there is a special language center for children with learning difficulties, and English is taught at all educational levels - from the first grade to the graduate pre-university programs.

It offers an individual, personal approach to each student - the class size does not exceed 12 people, so each teacher can closely monitor the successes and difficulties of each student. Today the school is an active member of the prestigious Conference of School Directors (HMC).

The results of the students demonstrate the excellent quality of academic programs and the professionalism of teachers:

  • GCSE: Sold by 239 schoolchildren - high grades from C to A * receive 91% of students, with more than 5 subjects
  • A-level: 240 people a year and receive ( Average) 313 points.

More than 80% of graduates successfully enroll in selected universities in the UK and the world (18% prefer to take a break and rest year):

  • 4% choose Oxford and Cambridge [999.18 ]
  • 8% receive higher education abroad
  • 3% study pharmacology and medicine
  • 65% stop at social and human sciences
  • 6% become professionals in the field of design and art
  • 24% choose engineering and natural sciences for study
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    The school is widely known for the successes of its pupils in sports and creativity. It is enough to name a few well-known and famous names:

    • Actress Nicolett Sheridan (Golden Globe winner)
    • John Sargent (BBC Chief Political Reporter)
    • Stuart Copeland (drummer of The Rock's famous rock band)
    • Duncan Goodhue (swimmer athlete, Gold Medal winner of the Olympic Games)
    • Polina Yumasheva (Deripaska), Boris Leonidovich Yeltsin (grandson of the famous politician) and Alexei Chubais were educated here.

    All students of all ages wear school uniforms. A school does not belong to a certain confession, but large students and church services (for example, Christmas) are visited by all students. Organized and special services for Hindus, Catholics, Jews and Muslims.

    The school administration is merciless towards those who keep or use drugs - they are expelled from school immediately and forever.

    Students can have their own bicycle or bring their horse to school for horse riding.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Millfield School Private School

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 12 870 £ / term

GCSE

A two-year training course for students aged 14-16, completing a part-time secondary education program. Holders of the GCSE certificate can enter the Sixth Form program (for example, at the A-level) and then go to universities.

The curriculum for 2 academic years includes both mandatory and optional subjects (the last student can choose independently). The following specialties are listed in the list:

  • English
  • Modern foreign language
  • English literature
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Mathematics.

Available for study electives are presented in the following list:

  • Business
  • The fundamentals of religion (theology)
  • Modern foreign languages ​​(in addition to compulsory)
  • Theatrical and dramatic art
  • History
  • Music
  • English as an additional language (EAL)
  • The Science of Food and Nutrition
  • Art
  • Business and Communication Systems
  • Music and music technology
  • Geography
  • Classical Greek
  • Latin language
  • Product design
  • Physical education and sport
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Economy
  • Computer science.

Among foreign languages, classical Latin, French, Spanish, German and Italian are popular; On request, courses of Greek, Chinese (usually Mandarin), Arabic and Japanese are also organized. Regular student exchanges with Germany, France and Spain help children learn foreign languages, make the course more effective.

Many students (almost all) choose "Information and communication technologies" (ICT) as an optional subject: in the school students are provided with more than 600 computers available for 9 hours a day, it is allowed to bring their own laptops, use the Internet and school local area network .

The cost of schooling is (for 1 person in the academic year, with accommodation and meals in full board):

  • 3-8 Grade = £ 24,900
  • Grade 9 = £ 33,450
  • Senior classes and Sixth Form = 33450 £.
Annual
16-18
from 12 870 £ / term

A-level

The final course (the Sixth Form stage) for high school students 16-18 includes training for 2 academic years. The A-level certificate frees its holder from entrance examinations and tests even to the most elite and rating universities - but to earn such a bonus, it will be necessary to work a lot: the program is academically complex, intensive, subjects are studied practically at the university level.

All the disciplines for the personal curriculum students choose on their own: usually it's 4-5 subjects for the first year (AS-level), of which for the second year and for examinations only 3-4 leave. Choose items from the following extensive list:

  • Housekeeping (food and health)
  • Spanish
  • English literature
  • Product design
  • Computer techologies
  • Geography
  • Psychology
  • Art and Design (Visual Arts)
  • Business
  • Theatrical and dramatic art
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • English as an additional language (EAL)
  • Music
  • Art and Design
  • The photo
  • Government and politics
  • Physics
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • The fundamentals of religion (theology)
  • Mass media
  • History
  • German
  • Economy
  • Accounting
  • Italian language
  • Physical education and sport
  • Music Technology
  • French
  • Classical Languages
  • Philosophy.

As a supplement to the training course, students are also offered a universal academic program of General Studies, classes for the development of critical thinking - but this is not an examination course.

As a foreign language students have the following options:

  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • French
  • Chinese
  • Japanese
  • Arab
  • Classical Latin
  • German
  • Classical Greek.

Participating in regular student exchanges (France, Germany, Spain), students can consolidate the theoretical language skills and strengthen their communication skills, increase the intensity of the curriculum.

The cost of schooling is (for 1 person in the academic year, with accommodation and meals in full board):

  • 3-8 Grade = £ 24,900
  • Grade 9 = £ 33,450
  • Senior classes and Sixth Form = 33450 £.
Annual
16-18
from 12 870 £ / term

BTEC

The school provides high-school students with an opportunity to get their first professional qualification after completing the BTEC (National Technical Diploma) program.

The main directions of training are design, art and business. In addition, the course is in progress for the BHS (British Horse Society), a historical course is taught, and a prestigious Leiths College certificate is also available.

The cost of schooling is (for 1 person in the academic year, with accommodation and meals in full board):

  • 3-8 Grade = £ 24,900
  • Grade 9 = £ 33,450
  • Senior classes and Sixth Form = 33450 £.

Accommodation and food

19 comfortable residences (separate for boys and girls, each for 50-60 people) are built on campus, where students are offered cozy, fully furnished and equipped rooms (boarding house is available from 13 years old). Students of the lower classes occupy common bedrooms (4-6 people), high school students can expect a room for 1-2 people. Rooms students can decorate and decorate to your liking.

Each house is surrounded by its own garden and quiet cozy courtyard. In general, there are living rooms for recreation, classes for study and homework, the kitchen; You have access to Wi-Fi.

Teachers and teachers are around the clock with their children: they monitor the observance of cleanliness, order and discipline, help to solve various everyday and academic issues. The campus has its own medical center: a doctor-therapist and nurses are on duty around the clock. Between the houses are constantly organized various competitions, contests and contests; The School Committee, the Ecological Committee, the Nutrition Committee, the school prefects and heads of male and female hostels are selected.

Subjects, specialties

Subjects list: Accounting, Advanced mathematics, algebra, Art and design, biology, business, chemistry, Chinese, Classical greek, computer techologies, drama, economics, English, English as a Foreign Language, English literature, Entrepreneurship, Food and nutrition, French, geography, german language, history, Information Technology, Italian language, Latin language, maths, modern languages, music, Music technology, Natural Sciences, philosophy, physical Culture, physics, Policy and government, Product design, psychology, Religious studies, Spanish, sports science, the photo

Events Millfield School Private School

The school encourages extracurricular activity of its pupils in every possible way: it can be classes in the classroom (academic communities) or in the open air, sports training, creative sections, adventure trips, scientific research - everyone will have the opportunity to improve their talents and skills. In total, the students are available more than 80 facultative directions - we note only the most popular and developed of them:

  • Linguists Club
  • Creative Cooking
  • Basketball
  • Competition for the Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • Dancing (especially popular with hip-hop)
  • Boxing
  • Rowing
  • Technical Theater
  • Interior Design
  • ] Car club Caterham (British sports racing cars "Formula 1")
  • Textile design
  • Drawing from life
  • Softball.

Dance studios offer to master one of 24 different styles: pupils of studios regularly participate in a big show for parents (the holiday lasts as much as 4 Day!), Perform at master classes of visiting stars and attend useful seminars.

The widest opportunities are offered for the young sportsmen:

  • Karate
  • Swimming
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • ] Cricket
  • Contemporary Pentathlon
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Shooting
  • Rowing
  • Archery
  • Chess
  • Jumping on the trampoline
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Equestrian training
  • Equestrian polo
  • Fencing
  • Croquet
  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • General fitness [ 999.78]
  • Cross Country
  • Rugby
  • Volleyball
  • Squash
  • Athletics.

More than 25 students are constantly representing the school in regional, national and Even international competitions, win and take prizes.

Horse riding is especially worth noting - horseback riding is one of the most developed sports schools in the school. The horse riding training center is accredited by the British Horse Society (BHS), provides children with qualified, experienced instructors. In general, the complex in the territory includes:

  • A spacious stables for 50-55 horses (traditional and American stalls)
  • Open arenas (all-weather): 50x70 and 35x50 seats
  • Indoor arena - 55x25 meters
  • [ 999.101] Field for playing cavalcade
  • Round enclosure for walking horses (all-weather)
  • Equipment for derby, jumping, cross-country and canter (various hedges, obstacles and pens).

Trainers deal with students at three program levels:

  • Beginner
  • Session (students taking classes during the trimester and having at least an initial experience and Knowledge of animals)
  • A constant rider (more experienced athletes who rent a school horse or have their own).

Many schoolchildren devote their off-the-clock hours to creative directions: music, theater and drama, painting and drawing , Sculpture (there is even an art gallery and a sculpture park on the territory).

The musical direction is one of the most developed in the school - more than a third of students regularly take lessons in playing musical instruments, play in school ensembles and even pass profile exams. In total, the school has collected more than 30 diverse musical groups (jazz bands, orchestras, choirs, chamber ensembles, string quartets, symphonic and brass bands): in recent years, students regularly take prizes in profile festivals (for example, the national chamber music festival), And some students even play in the National Youth Orchestra.

Theatrical and dramatic art does not lag behind music: these subjects are available to students even on GCSE and A-level programs as examinations. Performances, musicals and other plays and productions are regularly held, Annual dance evening. Graduates of the school successfully enter the best national drama schools, play in the National Youth Theater.

As for art and design, these directions are also available to students at all stages of training: according to GCSE statistics, these disciplines are handed over to more than 100 students, at A-level - more than 75, on BTEC program profile subjects (including a photo ) Study at least 12-15 people.

Also, high school students can compete for the Duke of Edinburgh Prize (a combination of sports, night expeditions and socially useful work).

Advantages

  • Children from any country of the world, any religious denomination, origin and color, with any level of abilities and interests are accepted
  • Professional qualified teachers are real fans of their business: they know how to really attract their Students, instill in them a steady motivation for learning and new knowledge
  • Small classes and individual approach to each student
  • Saturated academic programs, a large selection of academic subjects and areas
  • Excellent academic level of programs: graduates demonstrate a level of knowledge that is significantly higher than the national average , Enter the best universities in the country and the world (including such celebrated members of the Russel Group as Oxford and Cambridge, as well as the legendary Harvard University in the US)
  • A huge selection of extracurricular activities, sections and studios - one of the largest in the UK!
  • Excellent technical equipment and infrastructure equipment of the school.

Equipment Millfield School Private School

The school campus (an area of ​​more than 166 acres!) Is located in Somerset County, in the city of Street (southwest of England): Historic Bath and Glansthorbury (the oldest abbey in England) is located in the transport area. London is about 135 miles, Bata is 30 miles, and the nearest international airport in Bristol is 25 miles away. Just a 10 minute walk from the campus is the railway station.

The technical and infrastructural equipment of the school was repeatedly included in the list of the best in the country: on campus there are:

  • 19 residential residences (9 were built after 2003)
  • Own theater (hall for 500 seats)
  • Center for Arts and Technology
  • Art Gallery
  • Sculpture Park
  • Library and Resource Center (has repeatedly received company awards)
  • Math Center
  • The Center for Technology and Design (was built in 2005 and equipped with innovative equipment)
  • Own recording studio
  • Scientific and lecture theater (built In 2009)
  • Modern scientific laboratories for practical studies and research
  • Golf course
  • Medical center
  • Squash courts
  • Athletic track (professional tartan cover)
  • Field for hockey with the ball
  • Fields for cricket and croquet
  • Dance studios
  • Numerous sports fields and grounds
  • Large indoor Tennis Center
  • Equestrian center (stables can accommodate up to 50 horses)
  • Fencing halls)
  • Olympic model pool (the length of the tracks is 50 meters ).

The excellent technical and infrastructure equipment of the school helps students to improve in any area of ​​interest for them. For example, a school pool was chosen to train Russian swimmers for the 2012 Olympics in London, and school sports grounds served as a training base for Russian pentathletes.

Term dates and fees

The cost of schooling is (for 1 person in the academic year, with accommodation and meals on a full board):

  • 3-8 class = 24900 £
  • 9th grade = 33450 £
  • Senior classes and Sixth Form = 33450 £.

This price does not include and is paid separately:

  • Registration fee = 150 £
  • Tuition fee = cost of 1 trimester
  • Examination fees
  • Additional academic studies, including individual ones (optional) [999.20 ]
  • Additional activities, excursions, trips, electives and sections (optional)
  • Transfer in both directions
  • Air tickets in both directions
  • Guardianship (registration with the agency + guardian services)
  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification of documents
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy)
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Compulsory medical insurance.

Extra fees:

  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 175 GBP
  • Deposit for a course/programme 12870 GBP
  • Application Fee 1250 GBP

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Mostly schoolchildren (foreigners and British subjects) go to school at 13 or 16 years of age. Applicants will have to pass a common Common Entrance and their own school exam, and students applying for the A-level program will be given even more stringent selection. At the age of 16, students must provide a GCSE certificate (at least 6 entries for grades from C and above, while subjects planning to study at A-level must be surrendered at least B).

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