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    斯多中學

    Stowe School

     
     

     

     

     

    學校性質:

    寄宿中學

    排名:

     

    學校類型:

    合校

    2018學費:

    寄校 12220鎊/學期    注冊費200

    建校時間:

    1923年

    入學要求:

    11-18歲,    獎學金考試,報告&考試

    學校位置:

    倫敦西北白京漢,一小時車程

    獎學金項目:

    學習成績、藝術、音樂、體育、設計

    學生人數:

    667人

    其 它:

    7%以上考入牛津劍橋

    學校網址:

    http://www.stowe.co.uk

     

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    學校概況

    斯托中學 Stowe School 成立于1923年,坐落于面積高達750英畝的公園內,風景秀麗,環境優美。

    主樓,原Stowe House是由Adam1770設計建造,氣勢宏偉,風格獨特。目前的Stowe House配備有各種現代化教學設備,完全符合現代教學要求。學校專業成績優良,學生學習努力,行為得體。學校還積極為學生提供個人協助和指導。學校在各種俱樂部和體育活動中有著良好的成績,學校強項為音樂、戲劇和藝術。各種俱樂部和協會能完全滿足學生業余的興趣愛好。學校也有參加愛丁堡伯爵獎學金計劃。

     

    住宿情況

    所有Sixth Form的學生都擁有自己的寢室。每個宿舍內能容納50-60個學生,每幢宿舍都設有合格的看護,醫生每天也會巡查寢室。學校擁有2間餐廳。學生也可自行烹調食物。允許參觀本地城鎮。

     

    課程設置

    EFL/ESL,古代史/古代文明、藝術、藝術與設計、生物、商業學習、化學、計算機/IT、綜合科學、設計和技術(CDT)、戲劇/劇院學習、經濟、英語語言、英國文化、法國、進階數學、地理、德語、政府/政治、希臘語、歷史、藝術歷史、拉丁語、數學、音樂、體育、物理、宗教學習、西班牙語、運動科學

     

    學校設施

    運動場、田徑跑道、CDT中心、會議設施、戲劇室、高爾夫球場、IT室、圖書館、科學實驗室、SIXTHE FORM中心、運動廳、游泳池、劇院

     

    體育活動

    田徑、羽毛球、籃球、皮劃艇、板球、越野、擊劍、健身培訓、手球、足球、高爾夫、曲棍球、曲棍球網兜球、武術、投球、馬球、劃船、橄欖球、航海、射擊、壁球、游泳、乒乓球、網球、排球

     

    獨立學校委員會報告(ISI)概述

    該校是一所具有多個優點的學校。學生能力優秀,公共考試成績高于全國學校平均考試成績。行為良好。學校老師和其他工作人員都兢兢業業,勤勤懇懇,熱愛教育事業,關心每個學生。整個學校的教學質量良好。學校設施齊全。學校為學生提供高標準和高質量的日常照顧。住宿生活的品質良好,有利于學生自我的發展。師生關系融洽。學校管理井然有序。

    截至該報告發布之日止(2003年),該校有519名寄宿生,全部為全寄宿。大多數學生來自全世界的大概20多個國家,其中大部分學生來自德國和泰國,還有部分來自中國(5個)。其他國家包括意大利、法國、挪威、俄羅斯、印度等等。


    What it’s like

    Founded in 1923, it lies in a magnificent park of 750 acres landscaped by Vanbrugh, Bridgman, Kent and Brown. The main building, the original Stowe House, is a huge and elegant country house furnished in 1770 to designs by Adam. It now has modern facilities of every conceivable kind and is exceedingly well equipped. Girls have been admitted to the sixth form for some years and, from 2005, the school will become co-educational throughout. Academic standards are high and examination results good. Pupils are expected to work hard and display good manners. There is a strong emphasis on the availability of personal help and guidance. High standards are achieved in a wide variety of sports and games and the school is tremendously strong in music, drama and art. A very large number of clubs and societies caters for almost every extra-mural interest. There is a strong commitment to local community schemes and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. Health education and environmental issues form integral parts of the general studies programme and there is a visual education course, which fosters visual appreciation of architecture and the built environment.

    School profile


    Pupils & entrance

    Pupils: Age range 13–18; 600 pupils, 70 day (60 boys, 10 girls), 530 boarding (430 boys, 100 girls). Current numbers based on mixed sixth only; girls admitted at 13 from 2005.
    Entrance: Main entry ages 13 and 16. Common Entrance used (50% pass mark). For sixth-form entry, 2 entry papers, verbal reasoning, school report and 6 GCSEs (3 at least grade C, 3 grade B), including sixth-form subjects. Any special skill is of interest; no religious requirements but pupils must attend religious services. 3% main intake from state schools; other pupils come from prep schools across the country.

    Scholarships, bursaries & extras
    24 pa scholarships, value 10%–50% fees: up to 8 academic, 5 all-rounder, 5 art, 6 music, variable sport (18 at 13, 6 at 16); also 3 awarded to younger pupils and carried into the school. Variable number of bursaries for those receiving scholarships but still needing financial support. Parents expected to buy textbooks; other extras variable.

    Head & staff

    Headmaster: Dr Anthony Wallersteiner, in post from 2003. Educated at universities of Cambridge (history) and Kent (history & theory of art). Previously taught at schools including St Paul’s, Sherborne and Tonbridge.
    Teaching staff: 64 full time, 20 part time. Annual turnover 5%.

    Exam results

    GCSE: In 2003, 107 pupils in upper fifth: 92% gained at least grade C in 5+ subjects. Average GCSE score 52 (50 over 5 years).
    A-levels: 130 in upper sixth: 4% passed in 4+ subjects; 94% in 3 subjects. Average final point score achieved by upper sixth formers 304.

    University & college entrance
    96% of sixth-form leavers go on to a degree course (35% after a gap year), 7% to Oxbridge. 3% take courses in medicine, dentistry & veterinary science, 24% in science & engineering, 62% in humanities & social sciences, 8% in art & design, 3% in eg drama, music. Others typically go straight into careers or to art or other non-degree courses.

    Curriculum
    GCSE, AS and A-levels. 16 GCSE subjects offered; 25 at AS/A-level.
    15% take science A-levels; 54% arts/humanities; 31% both.
    Vocational: Work experience available.
    Special provision: Regular part-time support for those with special learning difficulties.
    Languages: French, German and Spanish offered to GCSE, AS and A-level. Regular individual exchanges for sixth formers to France and Germany, occasionally Spain and Russia. French, German and Spanish nationals as assistant teachers. Subsidiary Russian and Eurolingua Society in sixth form.
    ICT: Taught across the curriculum, particularly in science (eg A-level physics package delivered over school network as part of Institute of Physics ‘Advancing Physics’ project). 110+ computers for pupil use (15 hours a day), many with e-mail and internet access (all pupils’ studies in boarding houses have internet access). Total of 250 computers on network, including boarding house workstations. Some 40% of pupils have their own computers

    The arts

    Music: Almost 33% of pupils learn a musical instrument; instrumental exams can be taken. Some 15 musical groups including orchestra, choral society, jazz bands, rock bands, chapel choir. Strong music technology unit.
    Drama: Theatre studies A-level may be taken. Most pupils are involved in school and/or other productions. Stowe Theatre Company; full-time crews learning stagecraft, stage-management. Regular entrants to drama school and National Theatre Company (several present pupils involved in films).
    Art & design: On average, 25 take GCSE, 20 A-level. Graphic design, pottery, textiles, photography, sculpture and theatre design also offered.

    Sport & activities

    Sport: Rugby, hockey, cricket are major sports for boys; netball, lacrosse, hockey for girls. Optional: wide range of sports/activities, school very strong at several minor sports eg clay pigeon, fly fishing, beagles, sculling, sailing, scuba diving, fives.
    Activities: Pupils take bronze, silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. CCF and community service optional. Expeditions to eg Himalayas, Amazonia. Over 30 clubs, eg choral, drama, debating, literary, photographic, Christian Union.

    School life

    Uniform: School uniform not worn but there are dress regulations.
    Houses & prefects: Prefects, head boy/girl, head of house and house prefects – appointed by the Headmaster.
    Religion: Compulsory attendance at religious worship.
    Social: Industrial Conference (with Royal Latin School), public-speaking with other schools. Organised trips abroad, eg to Nepal (most years), Classics trip to Greece/Italy, USA, South America, Russia, art trips to Italy. Pupils allowed to bring own bike to school. Meals self-service. School shop. No tobacco or alcohol allowed except beer, cider and wine in supervised bar for top year.

    Discipline
    Pupils failing to produce satisfactory work once should expect to do it again properly with possible further sanctions; those found taking drugs at school can expect expulsion (the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse are discussed in health and safety education programme).

    Boarding
    All sixth form have own study bedroom. Houses of 50–60 pupils, full age range. Resident qualified nurse; doctor visits daily. Two central dining rooms. Pupils can provide and cook their own food. Exeats at half-term and up to two other weekends each term. Visits to the local town allowed.

    Alumni association
    is run locally by Mr John Bridgewood, c/o the school (in touch with
    6000+ former pupils).

    Former pupils
    Grp Capt Lord (Leonard) Cheshire; Sir Richard Branson; David Shepherd; Sir Nicholas Henderson; Lord Sainsbury; Lord McAlpine; Laurence Whistler; Lord Annan; Lord Boyd Carpenter; Lord Stephens; David Niven; George Melly; Peregrine Worsthorne; Gavin Maxwell.









































     
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