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Reed's School

Address: Sandy Ln, Cobham KT11 2ES, United Kingdom
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Description Reed's School

  • Founded: in 1813
  • Location: Cobham, Sarri county, United Kingdom
  • Students age: 11 to 18 years
  • Total number of students: 570 people.
  • Type of accommodation: residence, guest-house; day form
  • Type of studying: mixed
  • Educational programs: GCSE, A-level.

The prestigious and famous private school of Reed's School was founded in 1813. Its founder, Andrew Reed initially accepted the boys who lost their fathers: Andrew believed that such children as never need the support of older comrades, a quality education that allows you to achieve success in life.

Today, Reed's School has already practiced a mixed type of education: since 1958 girls have started receiving admission, and the strict conditions for selecting young men have been relaxed, and anyone who wishes, including international students, can enroll now. Boys are provided with educational programs from 11 to 18 years, girls can study in the program of the senior classes (Sixth Form, 16-18 years). It offers both a full-time form of education and a boarding house (available to students from 11 years old, a weekly and full options are offered). In total, 570 students are enrolled on campus today: 470 on day time (40 girls, the rest are boys) and 100 boarders (girls around 10, boys - 90).

Reed's School is a member of the Conference of School Directors (HMC) and the Society of Directors and Directs of Independent Schools (SHMIS), actively participates in the activities of national educational organizations.

The academic results of the graduates demonstrate the high efficiency of the programs and the professionalism of the teachers:

  • GCSE: all students received points from C to more than 5 subjects;
  • A- Level: the average score among graduates was 305. Over 22% are 4 subjects and more, more than 68% of students - 3 subjects or more.
  • 98% of graduates enter selected universities (20% prefer to take a break and rest year).

The institution has facilities for teaching children with dyslexia.

All students are required to wear a uniform - an exception is made only for high school students, for whom we allow an official, business style of clothing.

Reed's School supports the Anglican church - all students attend the chapel and basic services throughout the year.

The Reed's School campus has a strict ban on alcohol and drug use (punishment is usually an exception). Also, teachers carefully monitor the fact that among the schoolchildren there was no "hazing" - punishment for humiliation of juniors and "newcomers" is very strict, up to the exception.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Reed's School

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 10 970 £ / term

GCSE

A two-year course is designed for students aged 14-16, completing a part-time secondary education program. The GCSE certificate, especially common in the UK and Northern Ireland, is highly valued: it gives the right to study in the Sixth Form programs and then go to the selected universities.

The GCSE program includes both compulsory subjects (for example, mathematics and English), as well as electives that the student can choose independently. In total, 21 subjects are offered for selection. There is an opportunity to study and pass on the examinations classical Latin, French, German and Spanish. As a separate subject ICT (information technology) is taught. More than 30 people (according to statistics) choose to study art and design (including graphic), photography.

Annual
16-18
from 10 970 £ / term

A-level

The program lasts for 2 academic years and is designed for students of 16-18 years: it simultaneously completes the course of secondary education (stage Sixth Form), and prepares students for admission to the chosen institution.

The students choose on their own subjects for study: usually it's 4 disciplines for the first year (AS-level) and 3 for the second year, which are passed at the final exams. In total, there are more than 26 options to choose from: it helps to devote maximum time to the most priority sciences and specializations, to prepare for entering the desired profession more effectively.

Approximately 37% of students choose art and humanities, 30% focus on the natural sciences, 33% combine disciplines. There is an opportunity to study classical (Latin) and modern foreign languages ​​(German, French, Spanish). As a separate subject ICT (information and computer technology) is available. Every year, approximately 10 students choose art as an A-level, design (usually graphic), photo work.

Among high school students, student exchanges are constantly held: students of Reed's School can go to Germany, France, Holland or Spain. Also practical internships and working practices for graduates are provided.

Accommodation, housing and food

Students are offered comfortable, cozy, fully furnished and equipped with necessary equipment rooms in common residences on campus (all houses are distributed according to the age of students). Basically, students share rooms for 2-6 people, high school students are accommodated in personal single bedrooms.

Various competitions are constantly held between houses, sports and creative competitions. The tutors and prefects appointed by the administration in person are in charge of the hostels. On the territory of the school campus around the clock there are skilled doctors and nurses.

Students can come to Reed's School on their own car, bicycle and motorbike.

Meals are organized in the general school cafeteria (self-service, a large selection of useful and tasty dishes of different cuisines of the world). Students can also use common kitchens and prepare themselves something to eat (grocery stores are in walking distance), drink a cup of tea or coffee with friends.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Advanced mathematics, Art and design, biology, chemistry, Classical civilization, computer literacy, design and technology, drama, English, English literature, French, geography, german language, history, Latin language, maths, music, Natural Sciences, philosophy, physical Culture, physics, Religious studies, Spanish

Events Reed's School

Sports development is among the top priorities of Reed's School. During the first two years of studying, all students are engaged in cricket, hockey, rugby, and then they can choose other directions:

  • Ski
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Squash
  • Athletics
  • Swimming
  • Netball.

High school students can compete for the prestigious Prize of the Duke of Edinburgh. You can take part in the activities of the Joint Cadet Corps (CCF): this is a general military sports development (you can specialize in the army or air division).

During extra-curricular time more than 30 clubs, sections and studios for students are working - each student will be able to find an occupation to his taste:

  • Archery
  • Photography
  • Golf
  • The press and the newspaper
  • The dance studio
  • The Karate
  • Judo and etc.

The musical direction is also advanced: you can even pass a specialized exam or study the discipline "Music Technologies" at the level of A-level. Approximately half of the students play a minimum of 1 musical instrument. On the campus there are about 8 musical collectives: a choir, a string ensemble, a brass band and pop groups.

Dramatic and theatrical art also enjoys popularity among pupils: GCSE and A-level courses have corresponding examination specialties. School plays and productions are often held, and the best and most gifted students take part in the prestigious, large Festival of Arts in Edinburgh.

Reed's School regularly hosts a variety of leisure activities, exciting adventures and excursions - including joint celebrations with girls from neighboring schools. Regularly for students organized trips abroad, educational tours and student exchanges, fascinating excursions and hikes.

The School Council includes representatives of all educational stages and age groups: it is responsible for the activities of extra-curricular clubs, the organization of activities and the leisure of students.

Equipment Reed's School

The school campus is located near Esher (Sarri County, United Kingdom): it is a quiet, calm and very green countryside, known for its measured rhythm of life - nothing will distract students from school. The total area of ​​the territory reaches 40 acres: there are also educational buildings, and residences, sports infrastructure, cozy meadows, lawns and forest for walks and picnics. The architectural ensemble of the school combines historical buildings and modern design buildings - it is a cozy and comfortable place for study and recreation.

Reed's School is continuously expanding, updated and modernized: only in recent years, an indoor tennis center, new scientific laboratories with the latest equipment and all-weather sports fields with professional artificial coatings have been built.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The course price already includes:

  • Studying on the selected course
  • Accommodation and meals (residence, full board)
  • 24-hour supervision of pupils and full guarantee of their safety
  • Medical insurance and services if necessary
  • Educational trips, student exchanges
  • Regular reports on progress and successes for parents.

The following components are paid additionally:

  • Registration fee
  • Tuition fee = cost per term
  • Guardianship (registration with the agency + guardian services)
  • School uniform
  • Air tickets in both directions
  • Transfer in both directions
  • Initial testing of the level of knowledge
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification of documents
  • Consular fee (payable at the Embassy).

Extra fees:

  • Deposit for a course/programme 10970 GBP

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Most students come to Reed's School at 11.13 and 16 years of age. All applicants must pass a general entrance examination and Common Entrance, and applicants for the Sixth Form program also have additional tests in academic subjects.

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