As well as the amazing architecture and beautiful gardens of the University colleges, Cambridge has a wealth of historical and cultural attractions. Alongside this history and tradition, the city is also a dynamic and vibrant destination, with a bustling market and an exciting nightlife, full of pubs, top-class restaurants, nightclubs, theatres and live comedy. The school is ideally located in a quiet residential area, convenient for both the train station and the city centre.
The school itself is based in a Victorian building with 12 fully equipped classrooms, a 1-2-1 room, a computer room for student use and a large, beautiful garden. During break times, students can relax and socialise either outdoors on the purpose built decking area or inside in the large conservatory, the perfect place to take lunch, watch TV or even try out your tennis skills on the Wii.
The social programme includes barbecues, nightclubs and sports. There are popular day and weekend excursions to places such as London, Stonehenge and Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare’s birthplace). Trips as far afield as Scotland or France can also be arranged.