International Summer School | Ratcliffe College, Leicestershire, UK

Summer School

A course for you – run exclusively by us, on our grounds, with our staff! If you’re looking for an excellent international summer school experience, then look no further than Ratcliffe College. Based on the outskirts of Leicestershire, our beautiful campus offers exciting indoor and outdoor activities. It’s a great way to have fun whilst developing language and life skills with other young people from different backgrounds.

Ratcliffe College Summer School 2020 Update

We regret to inform our Summer School 2020 has been cancelled due to Covid19 and we apologise for any inconvenience. Please contact us for further details on our Summer 2021 programme

Ratcliffe College is a boarding and day school with over 170 years’ experience of educating young people, with excellent facilities set in 200 acres of beautiful grounds. Full time EAL (English as an Additional Language) staff are also on site during the Summer School programme. This is the perfect place for your child to improve their English skills in an enthusiastic and engaging environment.

The quality of our pastoral care is second to none – with specialist support staff and a 24 hour medical centre, guarantees every pupil’s safety and wellbeing. So if you’ve been tempted to travel to the UK and want an excellent International Boarding School experience, then look no further! You can socialise with a diverse mix of students from a range of background and immerse yourself in the culture.

We offer an exciting and unique International Summer School experience where you can choose from a wide range of activities; with core subjects such as Sport, Media Production, Design and Technology alongside team-building, orienteering and creative activities. You’ll even have time for a fun quiz and treasure hunts too!

Ratcliffe College is conveniently situated in the centre of England close to the cities of Leicester and Nottingham.

London Gatwick: 3 hours
London Heathrow: 2 1/2 hours
Birmingham: 55 minutes