Tuesday 20 October 2020

Cheltenham College hosts new virtual open events for prospective students

Whether you’re looking for further education options or a fantastic preparatory school, Cheltenham College is running virtual open mornings to give families an insight into its leading facilities.

Families hoping to find out more about Cheltenham College can now register to attend its virtual open mornings, with Sixth Form and Preparatory School events taking place on Saturday 10 and Thursday 15 October 2020 respectively.

Giving prospective students and their parents an insight into life at one of the leading Cheltenham co-educational independent schools, the virtual events will feature tours of the facilities and opportunities to meet specialist subject teachers and staff.

Cheltenham College Preparatory School on Thirlestaine Road welcomes children aged seven to 13, offering a diverse independent curriculum and a wide range of co-curricular activities.

From skiing to street dancing, pupils are encouraged to develop special interests and discover their passions, all while benefiting from expert pastoral care, small class sizes and first-rate teaching supported by frequent and in-depth academic assessment.

Meanwhile, Cheltenham College Sixth Form on Bath Road delivers further education for students aged 16 to 18, welcoming a mixture of pupils from its Lower College as well as other schools.

In addition to studying at least three A Level subjects with the support of specialist academic tutors, students can take part in elective activities with exciting options including life drawing and beginners’ Italian.

Cheltenham College also offers expert careers and Higher Education support, including dedicated Oxbridge preparation.

All Sixth Form and Preparatory School students are welcome to board at Cheltenham College, with day school options available too.

For more information, and to register for the events, visit cheltenhamcollege.org.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 30 September 2020

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