Tonbridge has long been regarded as one of the country's leading schools. Founded in 1552, it has a splendid sense of history and tradition.
Afternoon Sports and recreation activities
Evening recreation programme
30 lessons (40minutes per lesson) per week
Maximum class size of 10 (9 on average)
Education materials included
Textbooks are supplied on loan
Students prepare for the Trinity examination at grade 1-10 (beginner to upper intermediate). These grades are aligned to levels pre A1-C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The exam fee is £45 and is in addition to course fee.
One half-day excursion per week to local places such as Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare’s birthplace) and Warwick Castle
Six days per week
Seven evenings per week
English School Friend
Students have the opportunity to mix and make friends with English boys and girls of a similar age. There’ll be one School Friend in each class at these centres, assisting students in the learning process. They’ll have lunch with the students, join in the afternoon activities on campus and go on half-day excursions during the week. It’s an ideal way for students to speak English naturally with English teenagers throughout the day.
Accommodation is mostly in single rooms, with some twins available. For younger students, there are larger rooms with 3-6 beds. Showers are provided for students on an average ratio of 1:4 to 1:8. Students eat in a central dining hall. Meals are self-service. Each week, there is an outdoor barbeque on campus.