Queen Ethelburga's

Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate is an independent boarding and day school made up of 4 schools: The Faculty, The College, King's Magna Middle School ad Chapter House Preparatory School. Chapter House Preparatory School runs from Kindergarten to Year 5, King's Magna Middle School runs from Year 6 to Year 9, and two senior schools, the College and the Faculty runs from Year 10 to Year 13.

There are strong academic standards across the Foundation and students are encouraged to have high expectations for their achievement and career prospects. There is a very wide curriculum available, which enables students to pursue their individual interests and aspirations across a range of fields, alongside a vast array of extra-curricular opportunities which enable students to widen their experience and gain both skills and confidence.

Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate is an independent boarding and day school made up of 4 schools: The Faculty, The College, King's Magna Middle School ad Chapter House Preparatory School. Chapter House Preparatory School runs from Kindergarten to Year 5, King's Magna Middle School runs from Year 6 to Year 9, and two senior schools, the College and the Faculty runs from Year 10 to Year 13.

There are strong academic standards across the Foundation and students are encouraged to have high expectations for their achievement and career prospects. There is a very wide curriculum available, which enables students to pursue their individual interests and aspirations across a range of fields, alongside a vast array of extra-curricular opportunities which enable students to widen their experience and gain both skills and confidence.

All of the schools benefit from high quality facilities, the same activities programmes and the same boarding provision, and the shared site means that the schools are linked closely where it is beneficial to do so.

Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate was ranked 10th by the Daily Telegraph, for A*/A A-Level Results, in their 2015 UK Independent School League Tables. The Faculty of Queen Ethelburga's was ranked 11th in the same League Table.The 2016 pass rate at Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate was 100%, with 98% of its A-Level grades A* to B.

 

Junior and Middle School

 

1) Chapter House Junior School - Kindergarten through Year 5 (Age 5 - 10)

 

Children are given a strong foundation in core subjects, so that they have a strong platform from which to succeed as they get older. Children are also exposed to a range of wider subjects which develop their creative and practical abilities to complement their focused academic work. A good number of educational visits are arranged, designed to capture the pupils' imaginations and stimulate their interest in the world around them. Children leave Chapter House with a strong grounding in the necessary subjects and an enjoyment in learning, ready for the exciting challenges ahead of them in King's Magna.

Curriculum

English - including speaking, listening, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

English as an Additional Language - Lessons are also provided for those students who require short term support to improve one or more of the listed:

Mathematics
Physics
French
Physical Education
Home Economics
Spanish (Year 7)
..and many more

Entry Requirements

Year 7 - IELTS 3.5
Year 8 - IELTS 4.0
Year 9 - IELTS 4.5

This level is assessed through an English Test, the resume and a skype interview.

Specialist Courses

Year 8 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 12/13 years old
IELTS: 3.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 7 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Year 9 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 13/14 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher, or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Strong grades in Year 8 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, and a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

 

Intake:

September

 

2) King's Magna Middle School - Year 6 to Year 9 (Age 10 - 14)

 

King's Magna has high aspirations for all its students who join the school, and, though providing specialist teachers in all subject areas, the curriculum is designed to stretch and challenge students to achieve at the highest possible level. The early years of King's Magna focus on providing a broad range of subjects, with students able to opt for one or more languages whilst completing compulsory courses in English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and the practical subjects such as Music and Art. The later years provide greater opportunity for specialism; allowing students to choose options which they study in detail, in order to improve outstanding skills in preparation for GCSE; alongside options which are studied less frequently to provide breadth.

Curriculum

English - including speaking, listening, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

English as an Additional Language - Lessons are also provided for those students who require short term support to improve one or more of the listed:

Mathematics
Physics
French
Physical Education
Home Economics
Spanish (Year 7)
..and many more

Entry Requirements

Year 7 - IELTS 3.5
Year 8 - IELTS 4.0
Year 9 - IELTS 4.5

This level is assessed through an English Test, the resume and a skype interview.

Specialist Courses

Year 8 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 12/13 years old
IELTS: 3.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 7 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Year 9 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 13/14 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher, or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Strong grades in Year 8 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, and a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Intake:

September

 

Senior School

 

1) The Faculty - Year 10 to Year 13

 

The Faculty offers a personalised pathway of academic study designed to enable students to progress towards higher education or employment. The innovative curriculum enables students to study towards GCSEs, A Levels, BTECs or a combination of these subjects, providing students with the flexibility to build their own curriculum around their individual interests and career ambitions. Students are aspirational in their choice of universities and as a result many of the Faculty students go on to study at prestigious Russell Group and former 1994 Group universities each year. 

Curriculum & Entry Requirement

One Year Foundation Course - Year 10
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

One Year Foundation Course - Year 11
Age: 15/16 years old
IELTS: 4.5 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test
One Year Foundation Course - Year 12
Age: 16 years old
IELTS: 4.5 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Intake:

September

 

2) The College - Year 10 to Year 13

 

The College provides a traditional academic route towards higher education, with demanding and challenging GCSE and A Level courses. 

Curriculum

Two Year GSCE Programme
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 5.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 9 (UK system) or equivalent in a student’s home country

2) Year 11 Sixth Form Preparation Course
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 5.0 or higher or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 10 (UK system) or equivalent in a student’s home country

3) Year 11 One Year GSCE Programme
Age: 15/16 years old
IELTS: 5.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 10 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country

4) Year 12 Sixth Form Preparation Course
Age: 16 years old
IELTS: 5.0 or higher, equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 11 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country

5) Two Year A Level Programme
Age: 16/17 years old
IELTS: 6.0 or higher, the equivalent in our Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Assessed through an English Test, resume and Skype interview. Students may be required to provide an official IELTS certificate as an alternative to the English Test. All students are required to take part in the Skype interview and to complete the resume.

Intake:

September

Junior and Middle School

1) Chapter House Junior School - Kindergarten through Year 5 (Age 5 - 10)

Children are given a strong foundation in core subjects, so that they have a strong platform from which to succeed as they get older. Children are also exposed to a range of wider subjects which develop their creative and practical abilities to complement their focused academic work. A good number of educational visits are arranged, designed to capture the pupils' imaginations and stimulate their interest in the world around them. Children leave Chapter House with a strong grounding in the necessary subjects and an enjoyment in learning, ready for the exciting challenges ahead of them in King's Magna.

Curriculum

English - including speaking, listening, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

English as an Additional Language - Lessons are also provided for those students who require short term support to improve one or more of the listed:

Mathematics
Physics
French
Physical Education
Home Economics
Spanish (Year 7)
..and many more

Entry Requirements

Year 7 - IELTS 3.5
Year 8 - IELTS 4.0
Year 9 - IELTS 4.5

This level is assessed through an English Test, the resume and a skype interview.

Specialist Courses

Year 8 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 12/13 years old
IELTS: 3.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 7 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Year 9 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 13/14 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher, or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Strong grades in Year 8 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, and a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Intake:

September

 

2) King's Magna Middle School - Year 6 to Year 9 (Age 10 - 14)

King's Magna has high aspirations for all its students who join the school, and, though providing specialist teachers in all subject areas, the curriculum is designed to stretch and challenge students to achieve at the highest possible level. The early years of King's Magna focus on providing a broad range of subjects, with students able to opt for one or more languages whilst completing compulsory courses in English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and the practical subjects such as Music and Art. The later years provide greater opportunity for specialism; allowing students to choose options which they study in detail, in order to improve outstanding skills in preparation for GCSE; alongside options which are studied less frequently to provide breadth.

 

Curriculum

English - including speaking, listening, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

English as an Additional Language - Lessons are also provided for those students who require short term support to improve one or more of the listed:

Mathematics
Physics
French
Physical Education
Home Economics
Spanish (Year 7)
..and many more

Entry Requirements

Year 7 - IELTS 3.5
Year 8 - IELTS 4.0
Year 9 - IELTS 4.5

This level is assessed through an English Test, the resume and a skype interview.

Specialist Courses

Year 8 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 12/13 years old
IELTS: 3.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 7 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Year 9 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 13/14 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher, or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Strong grades in Year 8 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, and a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Intake:

September

Senior School

1) The Faculty - Year 10 to Year 13

The Faculty offers a personalised pathway of academic study designed to enable students to progress towards higher education or employment. The innovative curriculum enables students to study towards GCSEs, A Levels, BTECs or a combination of these subjects, providing students with the flexibility to build their own curriculum around their individual interests and career ambitions. Students are aspirational in their choice of universities and as a result many of the Faculty students go on to study at prestigious Russell Group and former 1994 Group universities each year. 

Curriculum & Entry Requirement

One Year Foundation Course - Year 10
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

One Year Foundation Course - Year 11
Age: 15/16 years old
IELTS: 4.5 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test
One Year Foundation Course - Year 12
Age: 16 years old
IELTS: 4.5 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Intake:

September

 

2) The College - Year 10 to Year 13

The College provides a traditional academic route towards higher education, with demanding and challenging GCSE and A Level courses. 

Curriculum

Two Year GSCE Programme
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 5.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 9 (UK system) or equivalent in a student’s home country

2) Year 11 Sixth Form Preparation Course
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 5.0 or higher or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 10 (UK system) or equivalent in a student’s home country

3) Year 11 One Year GSCE Programme
Age: 15/16 years old
IELTS: 5.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 10 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country

4) Year 12 Sixth Form Preparation Course
Age: 16 years old
IELTS: 5.0 or higher, equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 11 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country

5) Two Year A Level Programme
Age: 16/17 years old
IELTS: 6.0 or higher, the equivalent in our Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Assessed through an English Test, resume and Skype interview. Students may be required to provide an official IELTS certificate as an alternative to the English Test. All students are required to take part in the Skype interview and to complete the resume.

Intake:

September

Junior and Middle School

1) Chapter House Junior School - Kindergarten through Year 5 (Age 5 - 10)

Children are given a strong foundation in core subjects, so that they have a strong platform from which to succeed as they get older. Children are also exposed to a range of wider subjects which develop their creative and practical abilities to complement their focused academic work. A good number of educational visits are arranged, designed to capture the pupils' imaginations and stimulate their interest in the world around them. Children leave Chapter House with a strong grounding in the necessary subjects and an enjoyment in learning, ready for the exciting challenges ahead of them in King's Magna.

Curriculum

English - including speaking, listening, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

English as an Additional Language - Lessons are also provided for those students who require short term support to improve one or more of the listed:

Mathematics
Physics
French
Physical Education
Home Economics
Spanish (Year 7)
..and many more

Entry Requirements

Year 7 - IELTS 3.5
Year 8 - IELTS 4.0
Year 9 - IELTS 4.5

This level is assessed through an English Test, the resume and a skype interview.

Specialist Courses

Year 8 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 12/13 years old
IELTS: 3.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 7 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Year 9 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 13/14 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher, or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Strong grades in Year 8 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, and a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Intake:

September

 

2) King's Magna Middle School - Year 6 to Year 9 (Age 10 - 14)

King's Magna has high aspirations for all its students who join the school, and, though providing specialist teachers in all subject areas, the curriculum is designed to stretch and challenge students to achieve at the highest possible level. The early years of King's Magna focus on providing a broad range of subjects, with students able to opt for one or more languages whilst completing compulsory courses in English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and the practical subjects such as Music and Art. The later years provide greater opportunity for specialism; allowing students to choose options which they study in detail, in order to improve outstanding skills in preparation for GCSE; alongside options which are studied less frequently to provide breadth.

Curriculum

English - including speaking, listening, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

English as an Additional Language - Lessons are also provided for those students who require short term support to improve one or more of the listed:

Mathematics
Physics
French
Physical Education
Home Economics
Spanish (Year 7)
..and many more

Entry Requirements

Year 7 - IELTS 3.5
Year 8 - IELTS 4.0
Year 9 - IELTS 4.5

This level is assessed through an English Test, the resume and a skype interview.

Specialist Courses

Year 8 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 12/13 years old
IELTS: 3.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 7 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Year 9 Preparation Course in Academic English
Age: 13/14 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher, or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Strong grades in Year 8 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country, and a proven record of effort in academic subjects.

Students who choose to study on this program will study predominantly English but also the following subjects:
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
Personal Development

Students also offered an opportunity to complete their KET, PET or FCE qualifications depending on their level of ability.

Intake:

September

 

 

Senior School

1) The Faculty - Year 10 to Year 13

The Faculty offers a personalised pathway of academic study designed to enable students to progress towards higher education or employment. The innovative curriculum enables students to study towards GCSEs, A Levels, BTECs or a combination of these subjects, providing students with the flexibility to build their own curriculum around their individual interests and career ambitions. Students are aspirational in their choice of universities and as a result many of the Faculty students go on to study at prestigious Russell Group and former 1994 Group universities each year. 

 

Curriculum & Entry Requirement

One Year Foundation Course - Year 10
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 4.0 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

One Year Foundation Course - Year 11
Age: 15/16 years old
IELTS: 4.5 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test
One Year Foundation Course - Year 12
Age: 16 years old
IELTS: 4.5 or higher or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Intake:

September

 

2) The College - Year 10 to Year 13

The College provides a traditional academic route towards higher education, with demanding and challenging GCSE and A Level courses. 

Curriculum

Two Year GSCE Programme
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 5.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 9 (UK system) or equivalent in a student’s home country

2) Year 11 Sixth Form Preparation Course
Age: 14/15 years old
IELTS: 5.0 or higher or the equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 10 (UK system) or equivalent in a student’s home country

3) Year 11 One Year GSCE Programme
Age: 15/16 years old
IELTS: 5.5 or higher, or equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 10 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country

4) Year 12 Sixth Form Preparation Course
Age: 16 years old
IELTS: 5.0 or higher, equivalent in the Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:
Strong grades in Year 11 (UK system) or the equivalent in a student’s home country

5) Two Year A Level Programme
Age: 16/17 years old
IELTS: 6.0 or higher, the equivalent in our Collegiate Entry Test

Entry Requirements:

Assessed through an English Test, resume and Skype interview. Students may be required to provide an official IELTS certificate as an alternative to the English Test. All students are required to take part in the Skype interview and to complete the resume.

Intake:

September

Scholarship, Bursary or Grants

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Scholarship, Bursary or Grants

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QUEEN ETHELBURGA'S COLLEGE YEAR 13 RESULTS - 2016
FACULTY OF QUEEN ETHELBURGA'S YEAR 13 RESULTS - 2016
Term Dates 2018 - 19
FACULTY OF QUEEN ETHELBURGA'S YEAR 13 RESULTS - 2016
QUEEN ETHELBURGA'S COLLEGE YEAR 13 RESULTS - 2016
Term Dates 2018 - 19

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