About Concorde International

The secret is in the name!

Our founder Colin Stone called this company Concorde International – because from the very outset he insisted that the School would be a place for people of all nationalities to meet and study together in friendship, in harmony, "from the same heart".

We are not a stuffy, anonymous institution, but rather an independent, family owned Company with staff members speaking up to ten languages, with friendly teachers who are experienced in tutoring students to success, and as we say – offering quality, care and service at the heart of all we do.

Our staff, teachers and students mingle together at break times and lunchtimes, we often meet up for excursions or theatre trips or special events, and we enjoy sharing our time with students giving a personal glimpse into British culture and customs. Students often comment on how lovely our homestay families are, providing a welcome smile, conversation and meal at the end of a long day.

ISI inspection

Concorde International was inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and achieved the top award – Grade 1 - in all areas.

Section of the standardsTop Grade 1 awarded
The quality of the curriculum, teaching and learners’ achievement1–Excellent-exceeds expectations
Students’ welfare, including health and safety1–Excellent-exceeds expectations
Students’ welfare, including health and safety1–Excellent-exceeds expectations
Did you know?

We also teach English in other countries: USA, Australia, New Zealand, Malta; Spanish in Spain, Russian in Moscow, Italian (and cooking!) in Italy, French in France... and many others!


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