Wotton House International School in Gloucester is hosting its latest Discovery Day on Saturday 26 March 2022, to showcase its ethos and the facilities on offer for children aged seven to 16.
Visitors can find out what a typical day at Wotton House might look like, while trying their hand at some of the activities that form part of pupils’ weekly visits to sister campus, the Wilderness Centre in the Forest of Dean.
As well as giving youngsters the chance to try out the school’s new tree climbing straps, there will be a pony on hand to assess their skills at making and stuffing hay nets – plus science demos with melting metals.
Offering an education ‘grounded in the real world’ and the chance to gain internationally recognised qualifications, Wotton House International School in Gloucester stands out from other independent schools in the area.
It teaches the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme, alongside the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSEs) and recently received its best ISI Regulatory Compliance Inspection Report ever.
Early booking for the Discovery Day is advised, as places are limited.
For more information, or to book a place, visit wottonhouseschool.co.uk.