, wide range of clubs and activities, woodland activity centre and specialist sports academies takes every student on a voyage that is as unique as they are. Where ever their talents lie, their journey will tailor itself around them to bring out their best and reveal strengths that can be applied in the classroom and beyond. A Buckswood education seeks to educate the whole child, and our international family from 48 different nations widens every student’s horizons and develops within them a global understanding. Every Buckswoodian leaves with an international address book of friends and network of contacts to help them go further, get further and get ahead…
Small class sizes and inspiration teaching from industry professionals create an exceptional educational experience. Combining traditional British boarding school customs focusing on manners and deportment with the latest classroom technology drives every student to realise their potential and achieve their ambitions. Our aim is for every Buckswoodian to go to a top university and take their place on the global stage with the courage to change the world for the better.
Since 1996, the accounting professor is the leading expert in final accounting examinations. 95% of students take their final A-levels exams successfully and 60% with A-B grades. The graduates are admitted to elite universities such as Durham, Exterre, Kent, UCL, Warwick St. Martin's and Royal Holloway.
The school offers learning support, additional specialist teaching, and lessons, which also incorporate Study Skills and identify and begin to address ‘gaps in learning’
Special Educational Needs Provision:
Quality First Teaching in the Subject Classroom means that teaching is differentiated to meet the needs of most of the scholars, however, some will need ‘additional to’ and ‘different from’ that which is provided for the majority. This is ‘special educational needs provision’ and at Buckswood we provide this by:
- the use of additional differentiation/resources in the Subject Classroom
- offering Access Time lessons (There is a daily 55min lesson in every subject dedicated to helping pupils who are struggling.
- group and/or 1:1 PEN (Personal Educational Needs) Lessons, which also incorporate Study Skills and identify and begin to address ‘gaps in learning’.