Cambridge Leadership College is a specialist in post-16 education with a difference: their students study A-Level at the same time as developing a business. Their mission is to prepare young people for a future of constant change. The combination and equal weighting of academic qualifications and the opportunity to develop commercial awareness through the creation of students' own businesses is a new and very different proposition in post-16 education. And Cambridge Leadership College staff teach students to take responsibility for their own learning and to do their own thinking.
Cambridge Leadership College takes advantage of its central Cambridge location to tap into the city’s business community as well as bringing in tutors who have been educated at Cambridge University. Students regularly attend business and networking events so they can meet and learn from other business owners.
The King’s School, Canterbury is often described as the oldest school in England which grew from a school established in 597AD when St. Augustine arrived in Canterbury. Built upon strong historic and academic foundations, The King’s School, Canterbury emphasises and relies upon what is best in traditional independent school education, namely scholarly excellence supported by a caring pastoral and tutorial system, and a wide-ranging co-curricular programme.
It is, however, continually adapting and reacting to the changing demands of modern education: new subjects are added, new teaching techniques adopted, and there is an increasing awareness of the need to provide programmes of study that match individual needs and skills. Thanks to these, every year about fifty-five of their 6a students make applications to Oxford or Cambridge. Of these, typically up to 40% will ultimately result in a candidate taking up a place at Oxbridge.
The Møller Institute, Churchill College, University of Cambridge delivers practical high impact leadership and management development through customised executive education programmes, coaching and research. They partner with CEOs, Heads of Learning & Development and other senior executives from around the world to design and deliver practical leadership development programmes for their current and future leaders in an inspiring residential learning environment at Churchill College, University of Cambridge.
Their experienced faculty and practitioners work to understand and address specific needs and challenges through practical, highly-customised programmes, which create positive outcomes for individuals, organisations and their communities that have a lasting impact.
Gloucestershire International School is based in the heart of Gloucester and part of the International Village Education group. As one of the UK’s newest and most forward-thinking independent secondary schools, they integrate traditional with a modern educational approach by blending high quality teaching with learning technology and outdoor education. Experienced in inspired learning for 11 to 16 years, GIS provides truly original international curriculum for day-pupils and boarders.
CCSS is an independent sixth-form college providing day and boarding places offering a wide choice of A Level and GCSE courses, small class sizes, inspiring teachers and excellent support based in central Cambridge. For over 35 years they have been helping students progress to the very best universities. Their Oxbridge applicant’ success rate is more than double the national average. And their generous staffing ratios and teaching time result in students benefiting from twice as much teaching time per student than at other schools and colleges, resulting in the best possible learning experience and preparation for their examinations.
Students from over 30 countries are currently studying at Abbey College Cambridge, because of their outstanding academic results and commitment to helping all of their students achieve success.
In 2017, they had an impressive 99% A-Level pass rate and 51% of students achieving A* – A grades. In 2017, the colleges have achieved the highest average results in the past five years. A strong increase in Business, Economics and ICT results this year, with A*-A grades increasing from 20% last year to 34% this year. An average 67% IFP score across all subjects and all colleges, leading their students to some excellent university destinations.
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