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Full Boarding Fees
£26,775 per year
GCSE's, A Levels & University foundation
English as an Additional Language
All dietary requirements available on request.
King’s College Saint Michaels is a co-educational International Boarding school for pupils aged between 13 – 19 years old. There are approximately 120 students in the school, all of whom board and are from around 30 different nationalities. All students receive ten lessons of English per week from our dedicated, English as an Additional Language Department alongside their academic studies.
King’s College Saint Michaels is located in central England, in a stunning area of the Worcestershire countryside. The school provide free transfers at the beginning and end of each term to London Heathrow (2.5 hrs) and Birmingham International (1 hr). It also organise regular weekend excursions giving all the students the opportunity to visit some of the major cities around the UK as well as local towns.
A Day in the Life of…
Our school day begins around 08:00 when everyone has their first registration of the day with the Headteacher, Mrs Nicola Walker, before going on to have breakfast in the dining room. Lessons are from 09:00 until 17:00, with morning, afternoon and lunch breaks. Thursday and Fridays have a shorter timetable with the week finishing with tutor meetings and a whole school assembly. After dinner the students have prep time where academic tutors are always on hand to help if anyone is having any difficulties Once prep is over, students have time to relax or take part in one of the of evening activities on offer; choir, book club, yoga, zumba, football, Japanese club basketball, cookery club etc . After the activities, students have a light supper before returning to the residences for lights out.
There is a very full and varied sports and social programme for weekends and evenings including trips to; Oxford, Manchester, Stratford upon Avon, Birmingham, Cardiff etc as well as external activities such as; paintballing, skate-boarding, go-karting, trampolining.