We have chosen the University of Roehampton, Stowe School, Buckingham and Windrush Valley School, as the campuses for our summer schools. Students will be staying in the university or school, eating in the dining halls, studying in the classrooms, using the sports facilities and living just like UK students. All our classes will be conducted inside the university or school.


Windrush Valley School Tour – Parent and Child Tour (Children Aged 7-12)

Windrush Valley School is set in The Cotswolds, which is one of the most ‘typically English’ and unspoiled regions of England. The unique region is the country’s largest officially designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ owing to the beautiful countryside with historic market towns, river valleys and sleepy limestone villages.

At Windrush Valley School, they aspire to give every child the best possible start. Class sizes average 10, giving pupils an intimate environment where they receive one-to-one attention, and the best possible access to high quality education.

Please click on the images below to view our Windrush Valley School gallery:

University of Roehampton, London (Ages 15-18)

Set on London’s greenest campus, the University of Roehampton offers outstanding facilities, which is why we have chosen it as one of our course locations. The campus includes 54 acres of green parkland, with historic buildings in amongst modern and cutting-edge facilities. It is located in the south-west of London, within easy ready of central London via public transport, so students also have the opportunity to venture into the city and explore.

Stowe School, Buckingham (Ages 12-15)

Stowe is a unique, historical school set in a picturesque English countryside setting. The grounds include a palace and 750 acres of landscaped gardens, containing many lakes and forest walks for students to enjoy. Stowe offers extensive, modern sports facilities including an indoor sport’s hall, playing fields, an athletics track, a golf course, cricket and rugby pitches, a swimming pool, tennis courts and much more. As a National Trust property, it attracts visitors from all over the world who come to admire the Main House and its beautiful surroundings.