Student welfare and safety are always our top priorities at Kings Young Leaners.
We understand and acknowledge the trust that you put in us and take our responsibility very seriously. When you send your child to the UK or to the USA to study, you need to be confident that everything is done to make sure they are protected and safe.
That is why we have specific policies and procedures in place for all junior students who attend our programmes.
Our locations have all been selected for their safe and secure environments, and we offer only the highest levels of supervision.
We have developed an excellent value insurance policy specifically designed for international students, in conjunction with International Student Insurance.
Student insurance will cost $60 per week.
We will arrange this insurance for you automatically unless you tell us during your application that you already have equivalent travel insurance.
Full details about the coverage are available at International Student Insurance.
We have developed an insurance policy which is especially designed for international students in conjunction with Endsleigh, a major UK insurance provider.
The insurance policy gives a very high level of cover and will protect you against loss of possessions as well as accident or emergency.
Student insurance will cost £4 per week.
To include insurance cover, complete the student insurance section when you complete the enrolment form.
The health and wellbeing of our students, staff and partners is of the highest importance and Kings keep up to date with all the government rules and guidelines regarding covid safety.
To ensure students are safe at all times, the following measures are in place:
Students under the age of 18* are not permitted to leave the Centre without supervision. There is 24-hour supervision within the Centre.
*At London (South Bank), those aged 16 and 17 may sign out in a minimum group size of three, and have a curfew of 22:30.
Students who come as part of a group are the responsibility of the Group Leader when not in lessons. A member of Kings staff is given the role of 'group leader' for individuals aged under 16.
In Bournemouth and Oxford students can go into the town centre unsupervised after lessons and in the evenings/ weekends. In London and Boston, students are not permitted to travel into the city without supervision by a member of staff or their Group Leader.
An Emergency Contact form must be completed prior to arrival by all students attending courses at our residential summer centres, students taking the Experience programme and also the Oxford Intensive Academic programme.
We provide a 24-hour emergency number on confirmation of booking.
On arrival, students on Residential Summer Courses, Experience and the Oxford Intensive Academic programme are given a student card and a wristband to wear with the emergency contact number on.
Mobile phone numbers for students and their parents are recorded as part of the individual notes we hold on our student database.
We strongly recommend that all students buy or pre-order a UK or USA SIM card or a SIM and phone package so that it is as easy as possible for Kings staff to maintain contact with them while they are with us.
Daytime activities are compulsory for all students on:
Residential Summer Courses
Oxford Summer Academy & Medical Summer programme
Evening activities are compulsory for students on:
Residential Summer Courses
We conduct a registration on arrival for fire/ safety purposes.
Thank you for your enquiry.
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The Kings Admissions Team