RESIDENTIAL SKILLS CLUBS
Each week is packed full of learning, but most importantly full of chances to share new experiences, create new friendships and develop innovative ideas in amazing surroundings. We ensure that the activities balance all our learners time, ensuring they get the space and opportunity to also develop their physical and mental muscles whilst maintaining their wellbeing. At each of our venues we provide a range of evening activities, from ball games, such as football and volleyball, to forest walks, team building activities, indoor sports, swimming and movie nights. Each day ends with time for all our learners to just unwind and relax in the fabulous communal spaces every venue provides.
We are confident that everyone who joins us will spend an amazing 5 days with us, taking away not only skills but new friendships, great memories and for some open up new academic or career pathways!
Please have a look over the courses in more detail and if you have any questions please contact us for more information.
Iwerne Minster, Dorset
Clayesmore School is an independent school in the village of Iwerne Minster, Dorset. The school was founded by Alexander Devine in 1896. Set in 62 acres of stunning parkland, overlooking the sports fields, the school has a new technology centre, graphic design room and fantastic canteen. There are two residential dormitories we are able to use and for recreation there is a fitness suite, indoor pool and sports hall.
Prior Park College
Prior Park College is a public school, situated on a hill overlooking the city of Bath, Somerset. The school was founded in 1830 by Bishop Baines. Set in 57 acres of beautiful National Trust grounds overlooking the World Heritage city of Bath, the college has a new collaborative learning space, creative design centre, and a fantastic canteen. Separate boarding lodges are dedicated for our learners and for recreation there is a modern gymnasium, indoor pool and sports hall.
University of Surrey
The University of Surrey was founded in 1891 as a research institute, becoming a full university in 1966. A major hub of innovation, the university owns the Surrey Research Park, providing facilities for over 110 companies engaged in research. With fantastic technology and sports facilities, the university is based in a 74-acre site on Stag Hill in Guildford, adjacent to Guildford Cathedral. A modern dormitory with a full-service canteen for all our learners.