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Welfare of Students

We make it our priority to create a positive environment in each school where you can study effectively and safely. We aim to make our schools friendly and supportive places of learning. We have many policies and procedures in place to help and support you.

We have a great Student Services team in each school as well as Safeguarding Officers and they are here to help you if you feel ill or have any personal or emotional problems. For example, if you feel homesick, lonely, or just need someone to talk to. At any point throughout your stay, you are welcome to request a one to one meeting with our staff to discuss any issues you may have. They can give you support and confidential advice for a range of welfare issues, from personal safety to health problems. If they can’t give you the assistance you need, they will refer you to other information or another source of help.

English Path schools are located in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds in the UK and also in Malta and Dubai. We offer general English adult courses at all our schools.  Students aged 16 & 17 are eligible to join our adult general English courses.

We have a separate Young Learner Programme for students aged 13 to 17 which includes an amazing activity and excursion programme. Our Young Learner programme is available in London, Malta and Dubai with a special performing arts programme in Eastbourne.

On enrolling your child on a course with English Path, you will be asked to read, understand and sign the following documents.

Safeguarding Policy
Student Code of Conduct
Parental consent form
Terms and conditions

Advice for 16 and 17 year olds

Whilst we welcome students aged 16 and above on adult course, it should be noted that we cannot provide 24-hour supervision for those students. If they are not staying with a relative or guardian, 16- and 17-year-olds will be required to stay in half-board homestay accommodation.

We ask that parents or guardians of students aged 16 and 17 read our Notes for Parents and Guardian of students aged 16 & 17 before booking their child to study here. This will help you understand what to expect when your child comes to study with us.

Advice for 16 and 17 year olds

We have a Code of Conduct for all our students which gives advice and support about studying with us and staying in the UK. Students will be given this on their first day. Download the Code of Conduct here.

Travel for 16 and 17 year olds studying in the UK

Students aged 16 or 17 coming to the UK will need to have a completed Letter of Consent to Travel. Please download it here or request via email from us.

Consent form for 16 and 17 year olds

The parents/guardians of students aged 16 or 17 studying at English Path are asked to complete a Parental Consent Form for their child. This includes curfew times and we ask you to keep within our guidelines when deciding these. This form must be sent at the time of booking, and a sample version is available to download here. Please note – we cannot issue enrolment documents until we have received this form.

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