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The New Hall School

In 2019 - 84% of A Level students achieved A* - B scores
Address: The Avenue, Boreham, Chelmsford CM3 3HS, UK

Description The New Hall School

  • Established: in 1642
  • Location: Chelmsford, Essex, United Kingdom
  • The age of students: 3 to 18 years
  • The total number of students : 950 people (200 at the hostel).
  • Type of accommodation: residence (boarding house)
  • Type of study: joint (mixed)
  • Language of instruction: English.

The prestigious and popular school, The New Hall School, was opened in Liege in 1642, but in 1799 it was moved to a new location (Chelmsford, Essex), where it successfully operates And to this day. Initially, it presupposed the training of only girls (this is the oldest in the UK Catholic women's school), but since 2006, boys have been given the right to study here in the senior (9-13) classes. Separate education remained in the middle classes (11-16 years), and the children of the preparatory stage are also engaged together. The boarding house for students is available from 8 years and older - full and weekly options are offered. The school still retains the commitment of the Roman Catholic Church: all students are required to attend the Sunday service, and to wear uniforms (for senior pupils, indulgences are made-they can only wear uniforms for general formal events).

The New Hall School is officially accredited and belongs to large and prestigious organizations: the Association of Girls' Schools (GSA), the Association of Schools of Boarding Schools (BSA), the Council of Independent Schools (ISC). There are special training programs for children with disabilities, children with dyslexia can study, and English EAL support courses are offered to foreigners.

The linguistic sphere is in principle paid much attention: children can additionally study Italian, Chinese, Spanish, French, German - from the secondary school, in the curriculum of almost every student there are at least 2 foreign languages. As a separate subject is taught and ICT (information and computer technology); Some aspects are included in the curriculum for other disciplines.

The students' progress is high: according to the GCSE exam statistics, 100% of students received points not lower than C, taking 5 subjects or more, and on the A-level program 39 students take 4 subjects from the stream.

98 % Of students successfully enter the selected universities (13% prefer to take a year off). Preferences of school graduates are as follows:

  • 32%: Medicine, Engineering and Natural Sciences
  • 35%: Humanities and Arts
  • 24%: Business, Accounting and Economics
  • [ 999.17] 8%: Performing and dramatic arts.

Some students prefer to start their labor activity right after the graduation - they can do this by obtaining a national diploma of Higher National Diploma (HND).

Concerning discipline in the school, we can say the following: [999.23 ]

  • Students can have their own pet (the cage is required) and a bicycle
  • Smoking, alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited - any involvement is punishable by immediate deduction
  • Walking or not doing homework leads to a temporary suspension, leaving after lessons, an additional conversation with a personal tutor.

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

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-15
from 10 374 £ / term

GCSE

GCSE program is designed for students 14-16 years: it completes the program of junior secondary education, and gives the opportunity to enter the prestigious pre-university course A-level (also biennial).

In total GCSE final exams students take 8-10 subjects: disciplines like mathematics, English and foreign language are compulsory, the rest are studied as electives and are chosen independently. Many students prefer drama and theater, art, design and choreography, ICT (information and computer technologies), and there is an opportunity for working practice.

The cost of training in the school depends on the chosen training program (the price is indicated for the term and year for 1 person, respectively, the tuition fee is indicated in parentheses, which is paid separately):

  • 3-6 class = 7500 ££ / 22500 £ (7500 £)
  • 7-8 classes = 9400 £ / 28200 £ (9400 £)
  • 9-11 classes = 10350 £ / 31050 £ (10350 £)
  • 12-13 classes = 10600 £ / 31800 £ (10600 £).

The indicated price already includes:

  • Learning on the selected course
  • Accommodation and meals (residence, double rooms, full board)
  • 24-hour childcare and guarantee of his safety 24/7
  • Medical care if necessary
  • Monitoring progress and regular reports for parents.
Annual
16-18
from 10 605 £ / term

A-level

Pupils of 16-18 years old often choose the A-level program for completing secondary education. This is the gold standard of British education: the A-level certificate with high scores gives an opportunity to enter the most prestigious and elite universities without additional entrance examinations and tests.

In total for 2 years, students study 4-5 subjects of their own choice: usually it's 4-5 directions for the first year, of which only 3-4 are left for the second, and exams are passed for them. The chosen areas are studied thoroughly, deeply, practically at the university level: this makes it possible to prepare as efficiently as possible for enrolling in the chosen faculty, to deepen knowledge of the most priority disciplines. Many students prefer drama and theater, art, design and choreography, ICT (information and computer technologies), and there is an opportunity for working practice.

The cost of training in the school depends on the chosen training program (the price is indicated for the term and year for 1 person, respectively, the tuition fee is indicated in parentheses, which is paid separately):

  • 3-6 class = 7500 ££ / 22500 £ (7500 £)
  • 7-8 classes = 9400 £ / 28200 £ (9400 £)
  • 9-11 classes = 10350 £ / 31050 £ (10350 £)
  • 12-13 classes = 10600 £ / 31800 £ (10600 £).

The indicated price already includes:

  • Learning on the selected course
  • Accommodation and meals (residence, double rooms, full board)
  • 24-hour childcare and guarantee of his safety 24/7
  • Medical care if necessary
  • Monitoring progress and regular reports for parents.

Accommodation, housing and food

There are places for students in common comfortable residences: the rooms are mostly double, but high school students (9-11 class) occupy private bedrooms - they live in a separate hostel and can cook their own meals in common kitchens.

С Children are constantly educators and teachers, on a campus there is always a qualified medical worker (usually a doctor-therapist and a nurse).

Board meals are organized in the common dining room according to the principle of self-service: breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Advanced mathematics, art, biology, business, chemistry, Chinese, Classical civilization, Classical greek, cooking technology, critical thinking, design and technology, drama, economics, English, English as a Foreign Language, French, geography, german language, history, IELTS preparation, Information Technology, London Academy of Theater Arts, maths, music, physical Culture, physics, Policy and government, politics, Product design, psychology, Russian language, Spanish, The art of dance, theology

Events The New Hall School

More than 60% of New Hall School students are constantly and persistently engaged in music - there is even an opportunity to pass a special musical exam. You can master various musical instruments, play in school ensembles and orchestras, pop and jazz groups, sing in the school choir. The choir performs extensively outside the school, the county and even the country: performed in the legendary Westminster Abbey, St. Peter's Cathedral (Rome, Italy) and St. Mark's Cathedral (Venice, Italy), participated in the BBC1 program.

Many students are also practically professionally engaged in theater and dramatic arts, choreography - these courses can be taken by GCSE and A-level programs. Regularly organized various performances, performances, modern and classical performances. Some of the students continue to receive education at the prestigious drama schools of Great Britain and the world: the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Rose Bruford and Oxford.

The students of the school are also doing well in art and design - these disciplines are given every year by approximately 30 people to the GCSE and 8 to the A-level, many continue to study design and art in profile universities and higher schools (especially popular textiles, Ceramics and sculpture, photography).

For schoolchildren more than 15 sports destinations and electives are available, successful teams and teams performing at national competitions gather.

High school students can attend classes at the Combined Cadet Corps (CCF), participate in the fight for the Duke of Edinburgh Prize (public works + sports + night expeditions and orientation).

There are regular interesting entertaining and educational events on the campus, including with the involvement of students from other schools: trips to the theater and joint productions, debates, seminars, etc. During the holidays and long weekend students are offered interesting excursions, including foreign ones.

Advantages

According to the academic results of 2019:

  • under the A Level program - 84% of students received A * - B marks.
  • 51% of GCSE students earned A * - A grades.

Equipment The New Hall School

The New Hall School is located in the largest and most developed city of Essex County - Chelmsford: it is a prosperous, vibrant city with an active economy and a developed tourism industry, a rich and diverse urban infrastructure. Half an hour you can get to London and Cambridge, about an hour and a half - to Oxford, the international airports of Gatwick and Heathrow.

The total area of ​​the campus is 120 acres: these are cozy residences, administrative buildings, and numerous sports and outdoor recreational areas, and modern educational buildings with the latest equipment and equipment. The main building of the school is the most beautiful building: the palace of the Tudors, which was erected on the orders of Henry VIII specially for Anna Boleyn.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The cost of schooling depends on the chosen training program (the price is indicated for the term and year for 1 person, respectively, the tuition fee is indicated in brackets):

  • 3-6 class = 7500 £ / 22500 £ (7500 £)
  • 7-8 classes = 9400 £ / 28200 £ (9400 £)
  • 9-11 grades = 10350 £ / 31050 £ (10350 £)
  • 12-13 classes = 10600 £ / 31800 £ (10600 £).

The indicated cost already includes:

  • Training on the selected course [ 999.16]
  • Accommodation and meals (residence, double rooms, full board)
  • 24-hour child care and guarantee of its safety 24/7
  • Medical care if necessary
  • Progress monitoring and regular reports for parents.

Paid separately and does not include:

  • Registration fee = 101 £
  • Custody (registration with the agency + guardian services)
  • Round trip air tickets
  • Round trip
  • Compulsory medical insurance
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Visa fees and services, translation And certification, courier delivery of documents
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy).

Extra fees:

  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 101 GBP

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

Basically, new students come to school at 3-4 years old, 11-13 and 16 years old, many enter high school, finishing training here at New Hall School. The admission committee checks entrants to their own entrance exams on basic subjects - for successful enrollment in GCSE disciplines, the score must be at least B. The advantage will be loyalty to traditional Christian values, as well as talents and exceptional abilities in the academic, creative or sports field.

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Recommendations on when to apply

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- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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