Charterhouse invites parents to complete a survey to confirm interest in an Easter Lifeskills & Leadership residential programme with Future Foundations

Charterhouse are planning to open up our boarding houses, and provide a full programme of activities, 24 hour pastoral care, and space for those wishing to stay at Charterhouse during the Easter break, for students who are not able to travel home.

We wish to provide a supportive, safe and productive environment, which will cater to the needs of each age of student (from 13 to 18).

For students who have exams after the holiday, there will be the option, to participate in core activities only, creating space and time for dedicated revision.

We are asking all interested students and their parents to complete this survey by Sunday 1st March, to inform our planning.

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  • Following this consultation we will email you to confirm the final details on what we can offer including the programme of activities, the excursions and the costs involved and process for securing a place.
  • If you have any questions please include them in the webform below. We will release a Frequently Asked Questions response, with the additional information to be shared.

Mr Ostle, Charterhouse

Jonathan Harper, CEO, Future Foundations

When?

Sunday 29th March to Monday 20th April 2020
With the option to book for one, two or three weeks

Where?

Charterhouse will host the programme throughout

  • We will dedicate two boarding houses for the Easter holidays
  • We will open up our dining hall and offer hot meals three times a day
  • There will be the option to take part in inspiring and exciting off-site excursions run each week

What will be offered?

  • Full board accommodation within a single sex boarding house
  • 24 hour pastoral care
  • 3 meals per day
  • Daily activities led by expert external facilitators from 9am to 9pm
  • Option to book escorted excursions off-site (cost of excursions incurs an additional cost and can be selected at booking)
  • Use of the available facilities including access to all evening activities and workshops.
  • Students have the option to join for one-week, two weeks of three weeks
  • There will be access to the sports facilities at agreed times during each programme

Price

The estimate for the price is:

£1250-£1500 per week

We will confirm the price, once we have completed the consultation and know the number of students who wish to take part

Please note the following factors will inform our pricing:

  • For those staying for more than one week, or with siblings who wish to attend we envisage being able to offer a discount
  • For those who wish to only take part in core activities and would like to use the majority of the time for studying we are considering a discounted price
  • We may open up the programme to siblings and beyond our students to enable us to offer a wider-range of activities, and a lower price per student