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Full Boarding Fees
£27,990 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 110 students in the school, all of whom board and are from around 30 different nationalities. All students receive up to ten lessons of English per week from the dedicated, English as an Additional Language (EAL) Department alongside their academic studies. KCSM is accredited by the British Council for the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and all students are supported through the Cambridge English assessment and IELTS qualifications.
KCSM offers a range of courses and educational programmes. In addition to GCSE & A Level programmes, the school also offers; a minimum 4 week immersive programme for pupils who wish to study English language and culture, alongside their home country’s education programme.
Additional programmes include; pre-GCSE and pre-A level programmes of study lasting 1-3 terms and Summer camps in July and August.
All subjects across the GCSE and A-Level curriculums are taught in English, with the main aim of supporting students to achieve the qualifications required in order to access top universities in the UK and beyond. Former alumni have recently gone on to attend Russell Group universities in the UK, as well as Harvard in the United States.
Average class sizes at KCSM are 10 pupils per teacher and all students are assigned a personal tutor who supports them throughout their time at KCSM, whether it be university application guidance or personal queries. Boarding house parents and on-campus medical care are also on hand to ensure students have a healthy, happy time at KCSM.
King’s College Saint Michaels is located in central England, in 10 hectares of Worcestershire countryside. The school provide free transfers at the beginning and end of each term to London Heathrow (2.5 hrs) and Birmingham International airports (1 hr).
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. Activities available are extremely varied and include clubs such as; basketball, dance, debate club, baking, yoga, science discussion and choir.
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 and our adventure sports programme, which occurs during free time, is a favourite among students, with activities including; go-karting, paint balling, quad biking, horse riding, kayaking and many more.
Also, our sports teams take great pride in representing KCSM at inter-school sports competitions, such as football, basketball and badminton. The students wishing to participate in a sport are given the opportunity to play in the ISSA tournament (International School Sports Association), which occurs over three days in another country.
After all the weekday and weekend activities the students have a light supper before returning to the residences for lights out.
“Carlo really enjoyed his stay at KCSM, especially for all the children of different nationalities that he met; he would like to go back! He has been speaking a lot of English and I see that he now speaks more fluently”
Parent of KCSM student.
Kings College St Michaels offers a Summer School throughout the summer months from the end of June to mid August.
The price per week in Summer 2020, including Boarding provision, is £735 per week.
The weekly programme includes 15 hours of English Language tuition plus two full day excursions each week to some of the most popular attractions in the UK and a full range of daily on-campus activities and entertainment.
The course is aimed at students from age 10-17 and free group leader places are available.