Wisdom Spring have a fantastic relationship with so many families and students that decided the UK education system would be most beneficial to their future.
With so many success stories, we want to share some of the amazing experiences that have changed the lives of a huge diversity of young people. We understand that every situation should be treated individually judging on different requirements, long-term goals and personal preferences, but we hope that students and parents can get an idea of the exciting experiences they should expect through these case studies.
Tiantian – Adapted to the new learning environment and won Headmaster’s scholarship
Coming to Britain was the first overseas experience for Tiantian. We supported her to adjust her social strategy and Tiantian soon got used to the routine in school and managed to get around by herself.Read more
Jane – Opened up uni options by wisely choosing GCSE subjects
Jane was studying for her GCSE exams. She switched from a big guardianship company to us half way prior to her GCSE (March in her year 9) because we were more approachable and more prompt to requests from herself and her school.Read more
Michael – Tuition in the summer for a strong A Level start
Michael had a reasonably solid academic foundation with a good level of English, having studied in a top school in Xi’an. Michael secured an A-Level offer from a boys’ school in Warwickshire but was unsure if he could catch up with his British peers without previous GCSE learning experience.Read more
David – Immersion programme opened a door to a highly competitive school
David was a high achieving student in an academically competitive school in China. His family planned to send him to an independent school to give him freedom so he could develop independence, to broaden his life experience and to become a well-rounded individual.Read more
Echo – Principal’s recommendation after moving from an unsuitable school
Although Echo's humanities and creative subjects were exceptionally strong, she was not recognised for her achievements as science subjects are considered well above the humanities ones. She came to the UK to realise her dream of becoming an artist.Read more
Charlotte – A very young pupil quickly settled down as a full boarder
Charlotte was only 9 years old when she came to the UK as a full boarder and her parents were worried that she might not be able to settle down and would suffer from homesickness. In this example, we were effectively acting as Charlotte’s surrogate parent who looked after her welfare.Read more
Anna – A pupil with little English who secured a place in a boarding school
Anna enjoyed the lively atmosphere of British schools and asked if she could study in the UK. However her English was very basic due to her age, and her parents were concerned that this would be a hindrance to the school admission process.Read more
What our community says...
When it came to choosing a guardianship company, we had 2 recommendations (with competitive rates) from the school placement agency. However, after careful consideration, we went with Wisdom Spring Education on 9th August as I felt that they are more knowledgeable and experienced. Wisdom Spring provided all necessary preparation for Tiger straightaway whilst he was in China until Dr Wu accompanied him on his first day in his boarding school on 5th Sept.Tiger’s dad
Dr Wu and her team are very responsive and answers my queries on time bar the time difference and we have regular discussions regarding my son’s progression. When my son first started the boarding school, it was a big shock to him and needed time to adjust and plenty of guidance. I was very grateful for the professional advice given to my son by Wisdom Spring which really helped him.Patrick’s Mum
The Oratory Prep School
We really appreciated for Rebecca and her team' great supports. My son flied back to Shanghai safely and healthy Last Friday! The week before we decided to fly him back, Rebecca keep the daily update to us about UK local virus impact situation...Vic’s Mum
Zijian has been studying in the UK for nearly a year and we are very happy with his progress. At the beginning, we were very worried about him as he never lived away from home and English was not his strongest subject.Zijian’s Parents
Leighton Park School