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Achieving an oversubscribed sixth form with Homestay

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Army & Navy Club

36-39 Pall Mall

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Our speakers have implemented hugely over-subscribed homestay programmes in day schools, achieving a significant increase in income, academic outcomes and diversity. This seminar, hosted by Melanie Tucker Consulting and Hugh J Boswell, will tell you all you need to know about establishing a programme in your school.

In recent years a handful of innovative day schools have enhanced their roll and income by recruiting overseas pupils with successful Homestay programmes. We are extremely fortunate to have two key speakers who know this market really well, and who can present the benefits and pitfalls for delegates who are considering Homestay in their schools.

Our event will tell you all you need to know to establish a Homestay programme in your school including:

  • Key issues to consider

  • Procedures

  • Achieving support for the initiative

  • Timescales

  • Staffing

  • Costs and income streams

  • Markets

  • Regulatory issues

  • Integration

  • Sourcing host families

  • Benefits to parents and schools

Speakers:

  • Peter Goddard, Director of Development and Engagement at Norwich School

  • Danielle Flood, Student Support Services & Guardianship Manager, Gabbitas Education

Who Should Attend?

Heads, Bursars, Marketing Managers, SLT members with responsibility for development, Governors

This event is limited to 25 delegates and likely to be oversubscribed, so early booking is advised.

£195 per delegate. Early bird booking reduction £175 if booked by Tuesday 26th September

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