Alexanders International School is a boarding school that works to improve the English language skills of international students. Situated in East Anglia, the Alexanders campus covers 48 hectares of land on the English coast and provides a safe learning environment for visiting students from around the world. The school was founded in 1975 and is a member of SKOLA, a group of English language schools with over 40 years of experience. Alexanders School caters for students aged 11 to 17.
Foundation courses are available at Alexanders International School, as well as one- or two-year GCSE courses. Foundation courses prepare students for life at a subsequent boarding school and introduce visitors to British culture. Over a period of between one and three terms core curriculum subjects are taught, with a particular focus on raising English proficiency and confidence. For those aged 15 to 17, GCSE courses are on offer, with subjects ranging from English, maths and ICT to art and business studies.
Many international students attend Alexanders School during the summer. Visitors aged 16 to 17 with an intermediate to advanced level of English can choose a short course designed specifically for A-level preparation. Having completed the course, students go on to study A-levels within the UK. During the summer, English Plus holiday courses offer the chance for visitors to improve their English language level while experiencing activities such as horse-riding, sailing or dancing. Unlike most boarding schools, Alexanders International School combines flexibility with academic rigour. The courses allow students the skills and confidence to continue their studies in the UK.
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