Academic Summer Bristol
Academic Summer Bristol offers academic and challenging summer programmes for British and international students aged 7 to 17. Located on the beautiful campus of Sidcot School in the Mendip Hills near Bristol. Sidcot School has classrooms facilities, a modern art centre, swimming pool, sports facilities, horse-riding, dining room and coffee shop all on one campus.
The summer programme combines a challenging and inspiring academic programme with an enjoyable leisure programme with two half-day and two weekend trips per week. All students participating will gain a CPD accredited Be a Leader qualification that encourages students to learn new skills, work in a team and develop their leadership skills . Students aged 15+ can choose from an excellent range of academic subjects taught by specialist teachers. Each student has their own individual timetable.
- Students can experience a traditional boarding school on a beautiful campus in the country.
- Students study the full range of academic subjects offered with A Level/GCSE focus
- All students participate in Be a Leader to a gain a CPD-accredited certificate.
- Elective activities: students chose what activities they want to participate in
- 2 half day and 2 full day trips per week
- Learn from world-class teachers
- Adventurers is offered at Sidcot and is a specialist programme developed particularly for young learners age 7 to 12. Students are taught by experienced primary school teachers in small groups (max 12 students) and enjoy 24 hrs supervision in a supportive and encouraging atmosphere.
Courses at School
- A Level
- Academic Preparation
- Young Learner Courses
- English + Academic Programme
- English + STEM (Computer programming & Robotics)
- English + STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
- Science and Mathematics
- Summer vacation
"People here are so cool and friendly. I loved the atmosphere. I want to come again and stay longer. Our science teacher has really funny vibes, we do different experiments, like making crystals."
"I want to do engineering, so I choose physics as one of my subjects. The topics are discussed in a different way that I am used to. For example we discussed time travelling, whether it is possible from the physics point of view using the Einstein theory."