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The New Eccles Hall School

Address: Norwich NR16 2NZ, United Kingdom

Description The New Eccles Hall School

  • Location: Norwich, Norfolk, UK
  • Founded: in 1945
  • Age of students: 7-18 years
  • Total number of students: 200 people (60 at the hostel)
  • Type of accommodation: residence (full or partial board from the age of 8)
  • Type of training: joint (mixed).

Private School-Boarding School The New Eccles Hall School (New Eccles School, NEHS) was founded in 1945 and is located in Norfolk County (eastern part of England), occupying a picturesque territory of more than 30 acres. There are a few students studying here - about 200 people - which allows keeping a friendly, warm atmosphere at all educational levels (the school is open to students of 7-18 years old and offers a full British educational cycle).

This is a unique school, best suited for teaching children with learning or development difficulties - this fact was noted by an independent ISI inspection, recommending the New Eccles Hall School for students with disabilities or psychophysical development. Many applicants on admission show a lag from the general program for 2-3 years, their ability to be assessed as below the national average - but in the future carefully balanced programs allow them to equalize and succeed. Graduates continue their studies in British universities on a par with other students from classical boarding schools. More than half of the students successfully pass GCSE exams, 10% of students pass the hardest A-level exams, and some students even pass examinations ahead of time, show excellent results in national olympiads (for example, Mathematics Challenge).

The main factor of success is the creation of a really friendly, comfortable, productive atmosphere in which children feel safe, feel the care and participation of teachers and school personnel. All children sympathize and sympathize with each other, together they experience victories and defeats, develop spiritually and emotionally. The school strives to make pupils with initially low level of abilities and development backlog become full-fledged, self-confident, diversified members of society, prepare students for life in a modern multicultural environment.

Only 8.5% of students are foreigners, British subjects are the overwhelming majority. About a third of students live in a school on a full or partial (weekly) boarding school. The ratio of teachers to students is 1: 3 - 1: 4.

The New Eccles Hall School's curriculum meets the requirements of the British national standard, but is skillfully tailored to the needs and characteristics of local students, can be simplified or complicated depending on each student. Each pupil, in fact, is offered a unique, individual educational and extracurricular program, taking into account his personal pace and level of abilities, development. The course includes all the main, key subjects of the British school curriculum:

  • Art and design
  • Information and communication technologies (ICT)
  • English as a second language (for foreigners)
  • Design and technology
  • mathematics
  • Applied creativity
  • natural Sciences
  • Modern foreign languages ​​(especially popular French)
  • history
  • physical Culture and sport
  • geography
  • music
  • Humanities, social sciences
  • Dramatic and theatrical art.

The New Eccles Hall School's campus includes the International Training Center, which makes it much easier for foreign children to adapt to a new language and academic environment. English language courses are conducted as a foreign language (EAL) with full immersion in the language environment: it is possible to vary the pace and intensity of classes, the size of the training group and the number of individual consultations in order to achieve maximum efficiency and progress.

Both short-term courses and long-term study programs work at the school. It is also possible to complete a full-fledged language course, prepare for the IELTS exam (it will be required for admission to the university), Cambridge exams - Cambridge ESOL (KET, PET, FCE, CAE). Foreigners can take a "trial trimester" and undergo an integration program: he will study and live with the rest of the students, attending English classes for foreigners. So the student and his parents will be able to understand whether he is ready for training in the English boarding school, whether their level of teaching suits, whether there are enough linguistic and academic abilities for full-fledged education. The minimum duration of the integration course is 4 weeks - in consultation with the administration and director of The New Eccles Hall School, it can be extended for almost any period.

A comprehensive system of work with students, adopted at NEHS is a combination of academic studies (in class, mini-groups and individually) and enrichment programs: excursions, lectures, master classes, circles and sections, sports classes, communication with teachers and curators.

Three times a week, general school meetings and meetings with the class teacher are held. Each "newcomer" receives a personal tutor, who can be reassigned and selected independently after the end of the first trimester of his studies (the replacement tutor can be held every year). Also, all newcomers are supported and directed by older students, who help them learn and adapt during the first few weeks.

The school has its own department of vocational guidance. He tells students about modern professions, focusing on the most promising and popular, helps determine personal interests and inclinations, choose a university and faculty. Parents receive a full report on all the child's successes and achievements at least twice a year, plus a large parental meeting is held every year (but, if necessary, each parent can come to school at any convenient time - just inform the staff and the director). The additional (primary) report is received by the parents of each new student: he is sent already in the first trimester, after approximately 3 weeks from the beginning of the study. Every three weeks there is an intermediate certification and knowledge check: the results are laid out on the school site and in the online storehouse, where they can be viewed by any parent and teacher.

Individual Training Section (SEN - special educational needs)

College of Knowledge is a unique feature of the school. He works with students of any age and level of ability and helps to level the difficulties in learning and mastering the material. Thanks to such activities, children do not feel stupid, lagging behind, incomplete - they quickly catch up with peers in terms of knowledge and engage with them on an equal footing. On average, the Individual Education Section holds 4-5 lessons each week: 6 specialized highly skilled teachers are engaged with children, each of whom is responsible for their industry and knowledge. All teachers regularly undergo further training and improve their knowledge, methods of working with children, share practical experience with their colleagues.

For example, the western educational method of Dr. Feuerstein is often used: it is a teaching closely connected with art and creativity. In the process of learning, students get better perception of plans, schemes, forms, 2D and 3D figures; Increases the skill of quantitative thinking and general capabilities, counting skills.

The kinesiologist has been working in the school for many years: he brings in special exercises for each session to stimulate and integrate the right and left brain hemispheres, help improve the coordination of the look and movements of the hands, concentration, attention, accuracy and speed of reading. Actively used and modern electronic resources and specialized software: for example, students can learn to use the program for voice recognition, which helps them in their homework and projects. Help in the classes and qualified speech therapists, igroterapevty.

The Tardis, a special unit of the Individual Lessons Section

The Tardis office works with students who require more serious help in mastering the methods of numeracy and general literacy skills. In Tardis, selected students are engaged almost constantly, crossing with the main stream of students in art, music, sports and technology classes. Gradually, with the improvement and development of abilities (this process is purely individual, and for each pupil this period of time), children are transferred to the training for the rest of the stream, the basic traditional program.

Training in Tardis is conducted on an individual basis or in mini-groups: classes are gradually expanding to prepare students for training in a standard class with other students.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in The New Eccles Hall School

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
8-11
from 6 588 £ / term

Junior classes

Students at the age of 3-6 are engaged in their own educational building - but other facilities and the infrastructure of the school for them is open (including scientific and practical laboratories, music school, swimming pool and other sports attitude).

In a warm, family atmosphere, kids learn how to learn: teachers teach them the love of knowledge, the ability to plan their time and count their strengths, instill a craving for self-development. Small classes help teachers to practice individual, personal approach, give each student maximum personal attention, develop his unique abilities and talents, value him as an independent and independent personality.

The academic year at The New Eccles Hall School consists of traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 5 - December 16 (vacation 21-31 October)
  • Spring: from January 9 to March 31 (vacation 10-20 February)
  • Summer: April 24 - July 6 (vacation from May 26 to June 5).

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen program and the student's age:

  • 7-11 grades = 6730 £ / term
  • 12-13 grades (Sixth Form) = 6995 £ / term
  • International Training Center = 9875 £ / term.
Annual
11-15
from 10 374 £ / term

The middle classes (Senior School, Lower Senior and Upper Senior)

At this educational stage, students are divided into groups according to the development of abilities and knowledge for each subject and direction - each class does not exceed 15 people.

In the 7th to 9th grade (Lower Senior), students are offered a fairly wide and diverse list of subjects - by the end of grade 9 they are already defined with priority directions at the GCSE, BTEC or NVQ level (the curriculum should consist of at least 8 disciplines). All items available for selection are examinations at the end of the course; At the request of the student and with the permission of the teacher and curator, the list of subjects studied can be expanded.

Thus, at the GCSE level, students are offered the following training directions:

  • English or English for beginners
  • English literature
  • Certificate of personal effectiveness (CoPE)
  • Mathematics or basic mathematics
  • Additional science (at the choice of the student)
  • Natural science or basic science
  • Basic ICT skills
  • PSHE (health education)
  • History (short course)
  • French
  • Geography (short course)
  • art.

The following disciplines can be studied for the BTEC certificate:

  • Sports and physical training (level 1 and 2)
  • Maintenance of vehicles (level 2)
  • Household services (level 1-2)
  • Land management (horticulture, animal care, environmental protection)
  • Construction (level 1)
  • Ability to work and personal effectiveness (level 2).

Students of middle classes (10-11) can also attend short-term courses of ASDAN in the following areas:

  • Care of animals
  • Volunteerism
  • Roadwise (consequences of dangerous driving, technical car care, transport and ecology, safety on the road, legal driving issues)
  • Cookery
  • Personal finance.

The academic year at The New Eccles Hall School consists of traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 5 - December 16 (vacation 21-31 October)
  • Spring: from January 9 to March 31 (vacation 10-20 February)
  • Summer: April 24 - July 6 (vacation from May 26 to June 5).

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen program and the student's age:

  • 7-11 grades = 6730 £ / term
  • 12-13 grades (Sixth Form) = 6995 £ / term
  • International Training Center = 9875 £ / term.
Annual
15-18
from 10 605 £ / term

Choose items from the following very extensive list:

  • English (functional literacy skills)
  • Certificate of personal effectiveness (CoPE)
  • DIY courses
  • Mathematics (functional computing skills)
  • Short courses ASDAN "Guide to peers"
  • Driving courses
  • Ability to work and personal effectiveness
  • PSHE (health education)
  • ICTs
  • geography
  • Roadwise (consequences of dangerous driving, technical car care, transport and ecology, safety on the road, legal driving issues)
  • Maintenance of vehicles
  • Sports and physical education
  • Volunteerism
  • Cookery
  • Care of animals
  • music
  • Personal finances
  • Experience in riding school East Harling.

The academic year at The New Eccles Hall School consists of traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 5 - December 16 (vacation 21-31 October)
  • Spring: from January 9 to March 31 (vacation 10-20 February)
  • Summer: April 24 - July 6 (vacation from May 26 to June 5).

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen program and the student's age:

  • 7-11 grades = 6730 £ / term
  • 12-13 grades (Sixth Form) = 6995 £ / term
  • International Training Center = 9875 £ / term.

Accommodation and food

Pupils 8 years and older can go to school in full board, stay in comfortable residences on campus (there is also a partial boarding house option). In total 4 cozy houses are built: for junior schoolchildren, for high school students (one for boys and one for girls) and one for senior boys in the Sixth Form. In the residence for the younger grades, children of different sex live on different floors. In each house there is a cozy common living room for rest with TV and DVD, table games, access to fast wireless Internet, public telephone, computer classes with modern PCs (each machine is connected to the Internet), quiet reading and self-training halls.

In 2014, a large-scale renovation and modernization of the houses began: repairs were carried out, interiors and equipment were updated, the buildings were brought to the same style.

Senior students are usually offered separate bedrooms, the rest of the children live in rooms for 2-4 people, fully equipped with all necessary furniture and household appliances. A weekly change of bed linen is available, and there is a laundry service. In addition to cleaning in their own room, students are on duty and in common areas: a living room, tables in the common kitchen after dinner or dinner, washing dishes, etc.

Meals students are offered boarding - mostly meals are conducted in a common spacious dining room. The diet is carefully thought out, balanced and useful, fully covers the needs of the body: every day on the tables are fresh salads, vegetables and fruits. And many of them - potatoes, grapes, tomatoes, carrots, etc. - are grown right on the campus, in their own garden: children can be helped by farmers who have received the BTEC qualification in the field of land management. If necessary, children are provided with a dietary diet (upon prior request). You can have a snack in the common kitchen, which is equipped in every residence: there is always bread, butter, milk and fruit, light snacks, you can buy and bring your own food.

With the children there are always teachers, tutors and housekeepers of the Houses: they monitor the observance of cleanliness, order and discipline, help the students to resolve any issues, ensure their safety in the 24/7 mode (they are helped by high school students). Every day, evening meetings are held, presence on which is obligatory: a check of presence in the residence is conducted, important announcements, news, current and future affairs - educational and leisure are announced.

During the night rest of the students, all residences are locked and blocked; There is an alarm button for emergency situations and penetration of foreign people - all entering and leaving are carefully recorded in a special magazine.

Subjects, specialties

Subjects list: Applied craft, art, Art and design, biology, building, chemistry, Cookery, English, English as a Foreign Language, English literature, French, geography, health education, history, humanitarian sciences, IELTS preparation, Information Technology, Latin language, maths, music, Natural science, Natural Sciences, physical Culture, physics, preparation for CAE, preparation for FCE, preparation for PET, social sciencies, Theatrical art

Events The New Eccles Hall School

Students have access to the widest opportunities for sports and outdoor activities:

  • rugby
  • martial arts
  • horseback riding
  • golf
  • netball
  • volleyball
  • softball
  • Athletics
  • tennis
  • football
  • Lapta
  • basketball
  • Bench shooting
  • swimming
  • dance
  • Shooting at targets
  • archery
  • American football
  • cricket
  • table tennis
  • hockey
  • run
  • General fitness
  • Classes on the rope complex
  • Occupations on a climbing wall (a special wall is installed).

Regularly held competitions and tournaments, friendly matches: as in the school, and with other boarders of the county.

A lot of leisure options are also available for creatively gifted children - in numerous clubs, clubs and interest sections they can show their unique talents, abilities and find new like-minded people:

  • shooting
  • gardening
  • calligraphy
  • Processing (ecology)
  • Drama and theater, acting skills
  • Squad of scouts
  • Board games
  • art
  • Chorus
  • pottery
  • Cookery
  • Club of future social workers
  • Diverse crafts
  • Fire service ("Club of future firefighters")

Senior students can compete with students from other English schools for the Duke of Edinburgh Prize. It's not only exciting and interesting: participation and especially prizes (they are awarded 3 - gold, silver and bronze) are highly appreciated by admission commissions, can be a significant bonus when enrolling in UK universities.

On weekends, students are offered exciting excursions. You can visit the park Tetford Forest, go on a tour of Norwich, Cambridge, London, see the city attractions, monuments and museums, do shopping and take pictures. In Norfolk, students can relax on the seaside, on lakes, visit the numerous palace complexes (for example, the Queen's residence in Sandrigem).

On the campus, a variety of stage productions, themed evenings and holidays, birthdays, discos, parties, barbecues and picnics, adventure hikes are regularly arranged on a regular basis - each day will be unique and will be remembered for a long time!

Equipment The New Eccles Hall School

New Eccles School is located in the village of Quidenem (Norfolk County, eastern part of England) in a calm, cozy and picturesque countryside. To historic Norwich, the "Dragon City" is only 40 kilometers away, you can get to Cambridge by car in 45 minutes, and for 2 hours you can get to London's capital. Just 20 minutes drive you can reach the large railway station in Disse: it makes it easier for international airports in Norwich, London (including Stansted).

The educational institution occupies the huge majestic Eccles Hall with a rich, lively and rich history. The estate surrounds more than 30 acres of picturesque fields and agricultural land: it is safe, beautiful, comfortable to study.

Practically every meter of the school is carefully and modernly equipped for comfortable study and pastime, including facilities for students with disabilities, visual and hearing impairments; There is special equipment for children with special needs. So, everywhere in the buildings of the campus laid hard and low floor, equipped with a large number of ramps and handrails, specialized toilets, each inscription is equipped with clear and large graphic images, bright lights are set. Infrastructure can boast all the necessary things that students might need:

  • Swimming pool (covered, heated)
  • 2 large multi-purpose sports fields
  • Tennis Courts in the Open Air
  • Numerous playing fields (professional, artificial cover)
  • Sports and fitness halls
  • Garden area (mini-farm)
  • IT-center
  • Center for the Arts
  • International Training Center Albemarle.

The school has its own medical center: a qualified nurse is on duty around the clock, which can be contacted with any discomfort, an examination or a medicine. All children of the campus are registered with the school physician: he conducts weekly medical examinations, if necessary sending sick pupils to a comfortable insulator before recovery.

Term dates and fees

The academic year at The New Eccles Hall School consists of traditional British trimesters:

  • Autumn: September 5 - December 16 (vacation 21-31 October)
  • Spring: from January 9 to March 31 (vacation 10-20 February)
  • Summer: April 24 - July 6 (vacation from May 26 to June 5).

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen program and the student's age:

  • 7-11 grades = 6730 £ / term
  • 12-13 grades (Sixth Form) = 6995 £ / term
  • International Training Center = 9875 £ / term.

The indicated price already includes:

  • Learning on the selected course
  • Accommodation and meals (residence on campus, full board)
  • Teaching aids, books and materials
  • Company certificate / certificate at the end of the course
  • Entertaining, excursion, sports and creative leisure program
  • Laundry service
  • International sim card.

It is paid separately and does not enter into cost:

  • Registration fee = £ 1000
  • Deposit confirming the place on the course
  • Examination Boards
  • Deposit for tuition (= 1 trimester cost)
  • English Lessons for Foreigners (EFL) = £ 1200 / trimester
  • Additional academic and language classes (optional)
  • Additional leisure activities and excursions (optional)
  • Guardianship (registration with the agency + guardian services)
  • Air tickets in both directions
  • Transfer in both directions
  • Compulsory medical insurance = 2 £ / day
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification of documents
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy).

Extra fees:

  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 1000 GBP
  • Transfer (return)
  • Study materials
  • Visa fees
  • Flight tickets
  • Medical insurance
  • Consular fee
  • Documents translations
  • Pocket money

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

The examination of applicants necessarily includes a personal interview-interview with the head of the school and with the head of the Individual Training Section (you can go by phone or by Skype), as well as general education tests on basic subjects. Foreign students should prepare a report card with grades from the previous school (better in the last 2-3 years).

In some cases, the school accepts students with an initial probationary period.

Special programs for children with difficulties in communication and learning are offered: Asperger's syndrome, autism, attachment disorder, dyslexia or dyspraxia, epilepsy. Refused in admission can only be to those children who have problems with behavior and "survival" in the team: the school's administration makes sure that every new student not only benefits for himself, but also does not interfere with the training of other students.

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