UK Orientation & Cultural Immersion

You choose with a purpose, we deliver to excel.

The options below can be selected on their own but you could also pick a few as a bundle, as each one aims to solve a particular concern.

These summer/winter schools are carefully selected and only recommended to students when they have a clear purpose, either getting a taster of boarding life in the UK or brushing up on GCSE subjects before coming to do A Levels.

This programme is especially developed to provide your child with an authentic experience of a school life by studying right next to British students in term-time.

This programme could be an exciting challenge and also an excellent opportunity to enhance chances of getting an offer from a highly competitive school.

If your child is going to study in the UK soon, then this could be an option for them to get well prepared.

Essential etiquettes in the modern British society are introduced to your child so they can effortlessly immerse themselves into the culture.

A variety of authentic British experiences are accessible to your child, such as golf, horse riding and so on.

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Option 1
Summer/Winter School

These summer/winter schools are carefully selected and only recommended to students when they have a clear purpose, either getting a taster of boarding life in the UK or brushing up on GCSE subjects before coming to do A Levels.

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Option 2
UK Immersion Programme

This programme is especially developed to provide your child with an authentic experience of a school life by studying right next to British students in term-time.

This programme could be an exciting challenge and also an excellent opportunity to enhance chances of getting an offer from a highly competitive school.

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Option 3
Pre-Departure Training: ‘A full day in school’

If your child is going to study in the UK soon, then this could be an option for them to get well prepared.

Essential etiquettes in the modern British society are introduced to your child so they can effortlessly immerse themselves into the culture.

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Option 4
Variety of Authentic British experiences

A variety of authentic British experiences are accessible to your child, such as golf, horse riding and so on.

Other ways we can support you

School Placement

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Did you know...

There are 800 boarding schools to choose from in the UK

Educational Guidance

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Did you know...

A GCSE student needs to choose 10 out of 20 subjects and an A-Level student needs to choose 3 out of 30 subjects.

Guardianship & Pastoral Support

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Did you know...

Boarders need to move out up to 6 times during each academic year.

Resources

Our Pathway

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Case Study - Charlotte

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Case Study - Michael

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Case Study - Tiantian

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What our community says...

Tiger’s dad
Parent
Cottesmore School
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.
Patrick’s Mum
Parent
The Oratory Prep School
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.
Vic’s Mum
Parent
Ashford 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...
Zijian’s Parents
Parent
Leighton Park School
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.
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