Bright World launches residential holiday course

08 July, 2015


Bright World, a UK-based guardianship and placement provider for international students, has launched a new holiday period residential programme in partnership with Kingswood, offering an alternative to host family accommodation.


The Kingswood centre in Kent, one of the locations for the new Bright World Relax & Revise holiday programme


The Relax & Revise programme, first available from the October half-term holiday this year, will be offered at Kingswood’s centres in Yorkshire and Kent, providing students with full-board accommodation, sessions with qualified tutors, supervised afternoon activities, and excursions.

In a statement, Bright World said the new offering would provide a solution to some of the holiday period challenges for international students at UK boarding schools. “By matching the boarding half term and Easter dates perfectly, parents, schools and agents alike can now look forward to a stress-free school break and all for a similar cost to the traditional solution – a host family.”

The residential holiday programme will include a personalised revision and study plan for each student.

“The course has been developed in coordination with Kingswood and is carefully designed to match the needs and musts of international students, who want to spend the school holidays with their school friends, taking part in fun group activities and visiting some of the UK’s most famous cities and landmarks,” said Bright World.

Commenting on the partnership, the company statement said, “Bright World has handpicked Kingswood for their years of experience within the industry and impeccable health and safety standards. Every year, Kingswood welcomes over 10,000 international students from all over the world to learn English and to experience British culture alongside British school children.”

Students applying for the Relax & Revise programme do not have to be enrolled in Bright World’s guardianship programme.

Matthew Knott
News Editor

 

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