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Wycliffe College - ISSCC - International Education & Study Abroad SpecialistSchool ID: 719
School Name: Wycliffe College
School Type: Co-Ed
City: Stonehouse
Tuition fee: 5,160 - 10,190 per term
Residential Type: Day/Boarding
Rental fee: Included in tuition fee (Boarding)
Program offer: Year 9 - 13, GCSE (Year 10 - 11), A-level (Year 12 - 13)
Other Information: Wycliffe College is an independent school with a distinctive heritage, a progressive outlook and an ethos that treasures education in its widest sense. At Wycliffe we value tradition, embrace modernity and respect individualism. Wycliffe accepts pupils with a wide range of abilities and rejoices in their individual successes. Pupils are valued for who they are; diversity is celebrated. With a strong emphasis on personal development, pastoral care and pupil performance, Wycliffe supports and encourages its young people to make the most of the opportunities and outstanding facilities on offer. With a focus on individual learning as the route to success, Wycliffe is committed to helping all students achieve their own academic potential. We offer a very broad curriculum, mixing traditional and modern programmes of study. So you can follow Media Studies alongside History at A level - or how about Astronomy and Japanese at GCSE? We also offer the BTEC National Diplomas in Sport and Hospitality, a diverse syllabus which offers the equivalent of up to 2 A levels. Pupils may also opt for the additional extended project qualification. Each year we celebrate outstanding achievements with our students, whatever that represents for each individual pupil. This may be securing a place at Oxford or Cambridge, achieving four A grades at A level or gaining all A* grades at GCSE. Available from September, US university SAT Preparation We set high expectations for all our students, whatever their ability and for some of them real achievement is calculated through their progress over their years of study with us. All are celebrated equally, if the student has achieved their full potential. Wycliffe is not academically selective, but our pupils do have to be able to cope with GCSE and A level syllabuses. Wycliffe Sixth Form is the start of something new and very special. We provide the opportunity to develop new relationships with staff and to equip our young people with the skills required for life beyond College. Pupils are given the opportunity to play an important part in shaping and supporting the ethos of the College, to be positive role models for younger students and to develop their individual style and presence in the community. Throughout the College, the success of life beyond the classroom depends, to a large extent, upon the energy and enthusiasm of the Sixth Form. Our House system promotes a strong sense of community, building strong friendships and promoting healthy competition and team spirit. The division of the School into Houses makes a high level of personal and pastoral care possible. There are eight Houses, (three for boys, three girls and two mixed) all offering exceptional facilities for study and recreation. All day pupils have dedicated study areas in our boarding houses and are completely involved in the house activities. Housemasters and Housemistresses and their families live in the boarding houses and are assisted by a minimum of four non-resident assistants who are tutors, appointed from the teaching staff. The Housemaster/Housemistresses is also supported by Matron, medical and a full domestic team, all keeping a watchful eye over the welfare, personal and academic care of every boy and girl. The Development Year (DY) is for international pupils who wish to study at A level but who may not yet be ready for its challenges. DY aims to develop not just their English but also to improve their study skills and subject knowledge to a level adequate for studying alongside British pupils. Pupils are fully integrated into all aspects of school life, yet their lessons are targeted to their needs rather than purely exam focussed.

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