The King's School, Rochester

Concorde International Summer Schools

The King's School, Rochester
2nd oldest school in the UK!

For students aged -

Location

RochesterKing's School, King Edward Road,
Rochester, Kent ME1 1UB

  • In the heart of historic Rochester with views of the castle and the cathedral
  • Traditional English boarding school near London
  • 2-minute walk from Rochester city centre & shops
  • 15-minute walk from Rochester train station
  • Easy access to central London

Accommodation

Rochester accommodation

  • 40 Homestay beds in close proximity to the school
  • 60 beds in 2 houses for girls and boys in single and twin rooms
  • 100 single study en-suite beds at university campus
  • Large common rooms with IT and internet access
  • Excellent dining hall with full board catering to a very high standard

Facilities

Rochester facilities

  • 15 classrooms, each with whiteboard, CD, DVD & TV
  • Large hall for performances and activities
  • Large sports field in the school grounds
  • Sports hall and indoor swimming pool on site
  • Spacious common rooms offering pool, table tennis and TV
  • Ideal centre for students who like sports

Rochester

Academic Programme

Rochester centre details

  • 20 hours of lessons each week
  • English in Action project work and performances
  • Focus on the four skills; phonology; grammar; British culture
  • Caters for individual students and groups
  • Good mix of nationalities in the classroom

Activities & Excursions

Rochester Teacher Information
Rochester Activities

  • 1 full-day excursion per week by coach
  • Plus 1 excursion per week by train to London (includes transport home for Homestay students)
  • Football, tennis, volleyball, basketball, cricket, badminton
  • Swimming (indoor pool on site)
  • Arts & crafts, drama & dance
  • ‘Breakfast-to-bedtime’ residential programme, 7 days a week
  • Weekly disco for Homestay students including transport home
  • Local visits to Rochester Castle, Rochester Cathedral, and Restoration House (made famous by Charles Dickens)

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