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Wotton House International School Gloucestershire

Wotton House International School was founded in 2016.

We are one of only 25 schools in the UK delivering the Middle Years Programme of the International Baccalaureate. Based on experiential learning through topics relating to the real world; the curriculum embraces technology, outdoor learning and languages.

Pupils taking the MYP complete a community project which relates to their place in the world and a personal project which enables them to explore in depth a subject they are passionate about.

We are non-selective and have a number of pupils with additional learning needs such as dyslexia and autism.

About our school experience

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Candidates will be able to observe lessons and get the chance to interact with pupils. They will be able to take part in class activities both within the school and at the sister site where outdoor activities take place. They will be able to talk to our teaching and support staff about their experience and career pathways.
Start and finish times
9.00 to 4.00 - Flexible

We are always flexible around individuals hours.

Dress code
No dress code supplied

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Entry requirements

You must:

    • None
DBS check required

Yes - when in school. Anyone spending a significant time in school will need to have a DBS check. For short visits when an individual will be accompanied by a member of staff at all times, a DBS check will not be required.

Placement availability

We can facilitate school experiences throughout the year by mutual agreement between the school and the interested party.

School experience type
In school

Location

Address
Wotton House, Horton Road, GL1 3PR
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Parking

Yes - on site parking provided

Parking is available on site free of charge.

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Address
Wotton House, Horton Road, GL1 3PR
School phases
Primary (4 to 11), Secondary (11 to 16)
DBS check required

Yes - when in school. Anyone spending a significant time in school will need to have a DBS check. For short visits when an individual will be accompanied by a member of staff at all times, a DBS check will not be required.

Subjects
  • Art and design
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Drama
  • English
  • French
  • History
  • Maths
  • Physical education
  • Physics