School Policies & Useful Information :
Why is it important to understand School policies?
It’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with our school’s policies because they explain important things about how the school is organised and works e.g. the adult absence/lateness policy explains what to do if you are late, and what will happen if you are absent from school frequently.
The useful information will help you to prepare you for your trip to our school in Bournemouth, England. Our Frequently Asked Questions section (FAQ section) may help you but if your question is not answered, we will be happy to answer it in an email. Please email us at email@example.com.
We should point out that, unfortunately, we are not able to accept students with disabilities as we do not have the appropriate facilities.
We recommend that students take out insurance before coming to Britain. Our fees don’t include personal or travel insurance. However, we can offer comprehensive medical and travel insurance. Please contact the School Reception to arrange insurance through us.
For help in arranging insurance cover, we recommend going to http://www.course-u-can.com.
Student welfare is important to us. Our experienced and friendly staff are available at all times to help students with any problems. We also have a dedicated welfare officer who students can talk to during school hours.
We like our students to have a good time! Our reception can help you book tours and coaches, as well as give you lots of help and advice on things to do and see.
If you are from outside the EU, then you may need to apply for a visa.
Adult students will need either a Student Visitor visa or a General Student visa, but this depends on the course length. However, if you are under 17, you will usually only require a Child Visitor visa.
Southbourne is a borough of Bournemouth town, a popular coastal resort.