Making the most of your ISCA experience

Course Features

  • 1 hour session
  • Q&A's with the ISCA Team
  • A global community

Who is this for?

This course is for teachers who will be chaperoning students to one of the ISCA programmes.

What will the session involve?

In this session, we will focus on the places we visit with the students as well as discussing the on-campus days, which are every third day, where the ISCA team take full responsibility for the students. This gives you the opportunity to explore independently or join one of our organised trips.

Our International Faculty Director will arrange some special trips which you can join if you wish. In the past these trips have included:

  • Watching a Shakespeare play at the Globe Theatre.
  • Tour of Buckingham Palace followed by tea on the lawns.
  • A trip to the local town of Guildford, the birthplace of Lewis Carroll.
  • A visit to Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey.
  • A visit to Jane Austen’s house.
  • A trip to the famous Royal Horticultural Society Gardens at Wisley.

We will also reflect on how ISCA will give you a unique opportunity to not only enjoy exploring the best sights of southern England with your students but also with a group of fun-loving, motivated people. Many members of our international faculty who have joined ISCA in the past have said that one of the key benefits for group leaders is the chance to make connections with fellow teachers and make new friends from all across the world.

If you have any queries about the ISCA programme, there will also be an opportunity for you to ask any questions to our International Faculty Director or to Luke and Freya.

What next?

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