Uppingham, Uppingham School
Vacation Courses England and Scotland

Uppingham
Uppingham School

A typical British boarding school, founded in 1584, with both ancient and modern buildings located side by side in the surrounding greenery, and only a few minutes walk from the city centre.

Age Range

11 - 16

Accommodation

College

Duration of Stay

15 Days / 14 Nights

Courses start

4, 19 July

Available services

Wifi
Laundry
Towels

Location

Uppingham is a pretty town in the countyof Rutland, just 2 hours from London andnot far from Nottingham and Birmingham. It is known as a “market town” thanks toits large square that since the 14th centuryhas been home to the town’s market. The town is also famous for its boardingschools and the church of St Peter andPaul which dates to the 14th century.

Centre

Founded in 1584, this typical British independent boarding school is a few minutes’ walk from the town centre. Equipped with classrooms, canteen, swimming pool, outdoor playgrounds and multi-purpose gym.

Language Course

15 hours per week (30 total hours) in homogeneous classes of max. 20 students.

Accommodation

Boarding houses with single, twin, triple or multi-bedded rooms. There’s a canteen in each house.
1:5 shared hallway bathroom.
Full board.
Security deposit €30

Sports Equipment

Outdoor playgrounds and multi-purpose gym.

Free Time and Activities

  • 4 full day excursions.
    Liverpool with late return, entrance to the Beatles Story Museum and dinner
    Cambridge with punting
    Ironbridge walking tour and entrance to Blists Hill
    Leicester with entrance to the National Space Centre
  • Afternoon and evening activities

    This programme may vary for organisational reason.

Where is it?

Other Activities

Painting and Sport Leadership sessions

Painting and Sport Leadership sessions

For students from 15 years of age
3 Painting sessions and 3 Sport Leadership sessions, 1.30 h each.

Prices

In order to get a quotation about this centre please contact: london@masterstudiesltd.com

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