Bellerbys College

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Bellerbys College is a series of four private international boarding schools based in the UK (Oxford, Cambridge, London and Brighton), and owned by Study Group International who also operate language schools under the name Embassy. Bellerbys College is coeducational, and teaches students from over 120 different countries.

Programmes[edit]

Bellerbys College offers Pre GCSE and GCSE courses over 3 or 4 terms (1 year), A Level courses over 6 terms (2 years), 5 terms (1½ years) or 3 terms (1 year). The 5 term programme starts in January or April and is suited to students from countries whose academic year is not the standard September to June year.

The college also offers a foundation programme in which students choose from one of 7 subject streams: Business, Finance and Management, Law and International Relations, Engineering and Computer Science, Management Computing Systems, Science and Pharmacy, Art and Design and Humanities.[1] The Bellerbys College foundation programme is recognised by more than 50 UK universities including Bristol,[2] Nottingham,[3] Leeds,[4] and Lancaster.[5] The Bellerbys College foundation programme is taught and examined to the same standards as A Levels, where applicable, and enables students to prepare for entry into a specific field of study at university while also improving their English and study skills.

In 2009 Bellerbys College introduced a new programme at level 4 of the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications leading to direct entry to year 2 of an undergraduate programme at a UK university. The Undergraduate Year 1 in Business and Management is validated by the University of Sussex and offered at the London campus of Bellerbys College. Bellerbys College also offers the English Language Preparation Programme as well as IELTS express over 6 weeks.

Specialist Colleges[edit]

Bellerbys College Brighton[edit]

A modern, interdisciplinary boarding school offering GCSE Pathway Programme, 1 Year GCSE, A Level and Foundation.

GCSE Pathway subjects

  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Co-ordinated Science
  • Drama
  • Economics
  • English
  • French
  • Geography
  • Global Perspectives
  • History
  • Information & Computer Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Photography
  • Physics
  • Spanish

GCSE 1 Year subjects

  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English
  • Information & Computer Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Languages
  • Physics

A Level subjects

  • Accounting
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Literature
  • Further Mathematics
  • Geography
  • Government & Politics
  • Graphic Communications
  • History
  • History of Art
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Languages
  • Photography
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Foundation subjects

  • Art & Design
  • Business, Finance & Management
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Engineering & Computer Science
  • Humanities
  • Law
  • Management & Computing Systems
  • Media
  • Science & Pharmacy

Bellerbys College Cambridge[edit]

A specialist college for science and engineering offering 1 Year GCSE, A Level and Foundation.

GCSE 1 Year subjects

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English
  • Information & Computer Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

A Level subjects

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computing
  • Economics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology

Foundation subjects

  • Science & Pharmacy
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Engineering & Computer Science
  • Business, Finance & Management

Bellerbys College London[edit]

A specialist college for business students offering 1 Year GCSE, A Level, Foundation, Undergraduate Year 1 and Pre-Masters.

GCSE 1 Year subjects

  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology

A Level subjects

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Government & Politics
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology

Foundation subjects

  • Business, Finance & Management
  • Business with Law
  • Business with Marketing
  • Law

Undergraduate programmes

  • Undergraduate Year 1 in Business and Management
  • Pre-Masters

Bellerbys College Oxford[edit]

A specialist college for art, humanities and law offering 1 Year GCSE, A Level and Foundation.

GCSE 1 Year subjects

  • Art
  • Economics
  • English
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Media Studies
  • Physics
  • Psychology

A Level subjects

  • Art
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • English Literature
  • Further Mathematics
  • Government & Politics
  • History
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Media Studies
  • Modern Languages
  • Photography
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Foundation subjects

  • Art & Design
  • Humanities
  • Law
  • Media
  • Business, Finance & Management

Not every subject combination is always possible and on occasion, not all subjects will be available.

Results and awards[edit]

In 2015, 153 Bellerbys College students graduated to the UK’s Top 10 universities (University rankings according to The 2016 Times/Sunday Times University League Table).

53% of their A Level students graduated to the top 20 UK universities and 79% of their Foundation students graduated to the top 50 UK universities. (University rankings according to The 2016 Times/Sunday Times University League Table).

In 2012, Bellerbys College Brighton ranked 29th of all schools in the UK by the Financial Times 2012, for outstanding A Level results and over 1/3 of Foundation students gained places at the top 20 ranked UK universities.

In 2011, the four colleges in London, Oxford, Brighton and Cambridge more than doubled the national average of A* and A grade A Levels with 60% of pupils achieving the two highest grades, and over half of the year’s finishing cohort graduated to the top ten UK universities (according to the Sunday Times University Guide 2011).[6]

Bellerbys has earned 37 Good Schools Guide Awards since 2005 and has won 26 overall.[7]

Bellerbys Cambridge has won:

  • 2015 Boys taking Physics at an English Independent School (GCE/A level)
  • 2015 Boys taking Mathematics at an English Independent School (GCE/A level)
  • 2015 Boys taking Mathematics (Further) at an English Independent School (GCE/A level)
  • 2015 Girls taking Physics at an English Independent School (Cambridge International Certificate Level 1/Level 2)
  • 2011 Girls taking Mathematics at CIE IGCSE At an English School
  • 2011 Girls taking Physics at CIE IGCSE At an English School
  • 2009 Boys taking Mathematics at A level At an English School[8]

Bellerbys Brighton has won:

  • 2015 Girls taking Mathematics at an English Independent School (GCE/A level)
  • 2015 Girls taking Mathematics at an English Independent School (Cambridge International Certificate Level 1/Level 2)
  • 2011 Boys taking Business Studies:Single at CIE IGCSE At an English School
  • 2011 Boys taking Chinese at GCSE Short Course At an English School
  • 2011 Boys taking Russian at GCSE Short Course At an English School
  • 2011 Girls taking Russian at GCSE Short Course At an English School
  • 2010 Boys taking Mathematics at A level At an English Independent School
  • 2010 Girls taking Mathematics at A level At an English School
  • 2009 Girls taking Mathematics (Pure) at A level At an English Independent School
  • 2009 Girls taking Russian at A level At an English School[9]

Bellerbys London has won:

  • 2010 Girls taking Accounting/Finance at A level At an English School
  • 2009 Girls taking Accounting/Finance at A level At an English Independent School[10]

In 2010, students that completed their maths A Level studies at Bellerbys Brighton achieved the highest average score of any English independent school.[11]

Location[edit]

The colleges are located in Cambridge, at Queens Campus 52°11′44″N 0°07′28″E / 52.19556°N 0.12444°E / 52.19556; 0.12444 and Manor Campus 52°13′29″N 0°07′50″E / 52.22472°N 0.13056°E / 52.22472; 0.13056, as well as Oxford 51°45′15″N 1°15′28″W / 51.75417°N 1.25778°W / 51.75417; -1.25778, Brighton 50°49′56″N 0°08′27″W / 50.83222°N 0.14083°W / 50.83222; -0.14083 and Greenwich 51°28′56″N 0°01′19″W / 51.48222°N 0.02194°W / 51.48222; -0.02194.

History[edit]

Founded[edit]

Bellerbys College dates back to Davies’s College, founded in London in 1927. Davies’s College was originally set up to prepare students for entrance to Oxford and Cambridge, the Armed Services and the Civil Service.[12] A second branch of Davies’s College was founded in Hove in 1959. Davies’s Tutorial College in Hove as it was then called was based in premises at 44 Cromwell Road in Hove. The college was a tutorial college providing A-levels and A-Level re-sits mainly for British students.

In 1980 Mr Robin Bellerby became principal of Davies College in Hove and the college expanded to occupy neighbouring premises on Cromwell Road. At this time the college expanded its recruitment overseas and the college made links with the Jordanian government, leading to over 30 students from Jordan coming each year to study A Levels on government scholarships.[13] Other students at the college came from Malaysia and Hong Kong.

Later the college was renamed Bellerbys College after the principal became the new owner. In 1991 the college was bought by a group of British businessmen who invested money in recruitment overseas and developed the foundation programme, a one-year bridging course enabling international students to enter UK universities at first-year undergraduate level.

The original Davies’s College in London, which was located at 25 Old Gloucester Street, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, continued to operate independently of the college in Brighton until its closure in 1998.[14]

Ownership[edit]

In 1994 the business together with the Embassy schools became British Study Group, later Study Group International, later to become owned by the Daily Mail Group[15] before being sold on to the Australian Champ group.[16]

Growth[edit]

In 1996 Bellerbys opened a campus in the north of Cambridge and the following year took over a school in Wadhurst, East Sussex,[17] expanding to cater to growing demand for British education overseas. Then in 1998 a London centre opened on the campus of the Roehampton Institute, University of Surrey (later Roehampton University). The college was based in Downshire House, a grade II Listed building in Roehampton, for four years until moving to custom-built premises in Greenwich which it today shares with Study Group sister company Embassy CES. Bellerbys Cambridge added its Queens Campus in 1999 and an Oxford campus opened on Broad Street in 2002.

Rape[edit]

In January 2011, an 18-year-old Malaysian Bellerbys student was gang raped[18] at the school’s Bounty House halls of residence following a disco at its nearby Greenwich campus. The four perpetrators, three of whom were the sons of Russian oligarchs, were all fellow students at the college; they were sentenced to a total of thirty-five years in prison.[19][20]

Ofsted boarding inspections[edit]

Brighton[edit]

An Ofsted inspection on 22 March 2013 resulted in a report which found that the school met the national minimum standards for boarding schools[21]

  • The college is effectively managed to ensure students achieve academically and enjoy the boarding experience; whether this is on site or with host families. The experience of boarding clearly enhances students personal, social, cultural and educational development.
  • The college's arrangements for ensuring boarders in their care are safe and protected from harm are good. Significant improvements since the last inspection were seen especially in areas such as child protection and recruitment procedures.
  • Students from a wide variety of countries learn to appreciate their own and others cultures and to live and work in harmony and tolerance of each other. There is excellent recognition of the diverse needs of students, culturally and socially so each student can develop and achieve well.
  • The quality of the boarding provision and care of students is good, with much improved health care arrangements and good to excellent accommodation provision. The student services department provides very good support and guidance to students.
  • The health and safety of students is given a high priority with very good systems and checks in place to ensure maximum protection. Security measures are excellent.

An Ofsted inspection on 1 June 2009 resulted in a report which found “the organisation is inadequate” and “the overall quality rating is inadequate”; this was as a result of "inadequate provision" in the key areas of "helping children to be healthy" and "protecting children from harm or neglect and helping them stay safe".[22] Ofsted’s latest inspection, conducted in March 2013, found the boarding provision to be ‘good’.[23]

Cambridge[edit]

In the latest Ofsted Welfare report November 2014 stated “The school now meets all the national minimum standards for boarding schools.”[24]

This represented an improvement over the previous Ofsted report in May 2014 in which the school was criticised for inconsistency in the application of recruitment practices; not fully implementing healthcare policies; a lack of communal space and lacking in both number and training of residential staff.

The November 2014 report cited the considerable work amount of work undertaken to raise the standards and improve the quality of boarding provision, commenting on staff enthusiasm and a significantly improved boarding experience.

The welfare report referenced the enhancement made to the college accommodation and comprehensive activity provision:

  • Accommodation has been painted throughout and bedrooms enhanced, showers have been upgraded to become wet rooms, providing more space and improved ventilation. There are many communal spaces to socialise at the college’s Manor House accommodation. The college has also arranged better social space for older students at its Tripos Court accommodation.
  • An excellent range of activities are made available to boarders. A designated member of boarding staff is responsible for a daily programme of events. Boarders can choose from sports, music, dance, arts & crafts, book club, swimming and the Duke of Edinburgh award. Excursions are arranged to London theatres, international sporting fixtures and theme parks. In addition, linked to their studies, boarders can access the enrichment programme.
  • Two staff have been appointed as the designated persons for safeguarding. They have received a sufficient level of training from the local authority and have confidence in what is required in this role.
  • There is much greater clarity on the requirements for the safe recruitment of staff. Procedures are in line with statutory guidance.

Ofsted's boarding report, published in June 2014 following an inspection the previous month at Bellerbys' Cambridge site, concluded that: “The school does not meet the national minimum standards for boarding”.[25] The inspectors found that overall effectiveness was “inadequate” including in the areas of "quality of boarding provision and care", "boarders’ safety", and "leadership and management of boarding", writing:

“Since the last inspection, the leadership and management of the college has failed to monitor the safety and welfare of students. The staffing arrangements for boarders lack pastoral care; residential staff are lacking in number and training in welfare matters”.[25]

However, they also noted that “The recent change in leadership is driving forward improvements and learning from inspection of fellow colleges. There is a commitment to build on strengths and tackle areas of weakness to improve the boarding experience for students”.[25] A follow-up re-inspection in November 2014, found that:

“The school has made good progress and now meets all the national minimum standards for boarding schools”.[26]

London[edit]

Ofsted latest welfare inspection of Bounty House in May 2014 concluded: “The school now meets all the national minimum standards for boarding schools.” [27]

The report concluded: “Boarding staff have received training that promotes consistency of good safeguarding practice and enables them to support individual boarders effectively. All boarding staff have had training in child protection, first aid, self-harm and eating disorders, crisis management and drugs awareness. Their individual practice has been reviewed through an annual appraisal system and also, through frequent one to one supervision meetings. The college has created and recruited to a new post of a residential supervisor manager. This ensures that extra resources are available for the management, supervision and support of boarding staff. The boarding team has also been strengthened by the creation and appointment to an additional post for a permanent boarding staff member who works only at weekends. This means that the college relies less on agency staff and ensures more consistency and continuity for boarders.”

The May 2014 report concluded:

"Boarding staff are very positive about the changes that have taken place. They receive clear direction and guidance from the leaders and managers whose expertise and motivation they trust. Boarding staff report that the new leaders have brought a student-centred culture to the college. The welfare of each individual student is paramount for everybody at the college."

Following the death of a boarder at Bellerbys’ Bounty House residential facility in London in January 2014,[28] Ofsted carried out an emergency inspection at the request of the Department for Education (DfE). The inspectors’ report, published in March 2014, concluded that with one exception “all other national minimum standards looked at were not met”.[29] Failings identified in the emergency inspection report included:

“The arrangements for child protection are ineffective [...] the risk assessment process is not robust [...] boarding staff are not appropriately supervised and managed [and] they are not appropriately trained [and that] the arrangements for recording and monitoring of required boarding records are poor […] For example, the incident log is not appropriately maintained; it does not include a record of the two recent serious incidents”.[29]

Ofsted re-inspected Bounty House in May 2014; the subsequent progress monitoring inspection boarding report found that: “The school has made good progress and now meets all the national minimum standards for boarding schools”.[30]

Oxford[edit]

In November 2014 the Ofsted Welfare Inspection concluded the school meets the national minimum standards for boarding schools.[31] The report highlighted the commitment of staff to improving safeguarding arrangements following a report in March 2014 that found boarding provision to be inadequate.[31] The latest inspection noted the good progress made by the college and reports:

  • Safeguarding is high on the agenda for the whole staff team. This is as a result of training and regular discussions.
  • Key meetings ensure that safeguarding is included on the agenda.

Ofsted inspected Bellerbys College, Oxford in March 2014 and found its boarding provision to be inadequate, concluding that “The school does not meet the national minimum standards for boarding”.[32] A progress monitoring inspection boarding report published in December 2014, following a re-inspection the previous month, found that “senior leaders have shown commitment to improve the safeguarding arrangements. The college has made good progress in implementing its action plan to ensure that all the national minimum standards are now met”.[33]

Legislation compliance and welfare[edit]

The college complies with its duties under:

  • Children Act 1989 [34]
  • Children Act 2004 [35]
  • Education Act 2002 [36]
  • Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 [37]
  • Education and Inspections Act 2006 [38]
  • Children and Young Persons Act 2008 [39]
  • School staff (England) Regulations 2009 [40]
  • Equality Act 2010 [41]
  • Education Act 2011 [42]
  • Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 [43]
  • Police Act 1997 [44]
  • Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) Regulations 2002 [45]
  • Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) (No2) Regulations 2009 [46]
  • All staff are trained to be aware of the means in which they can raise concerns or report issues relating to safeguarding and welfare
  • All colleges have an appointed designated safeguarding lead who responsible for providing support to staff members who carry out safeguarding duties and who liaises closely with other external services
  • All colleges have nursing support available for students during college time to care for students with medical needs
  • All colleges homestays have undergone criminal records checks
  • All staff are recruited strictly in line with guidance issued by the Department for Education
  • The college provides a safe and friendly learning environment compliant with UK Health and Safety legislation

Marketing claims[edit]

In 2004, Bellerbys Colleges told undercover reporters from the Sunday Times that it could guarantee good university places to students completing its courses. In March 2015, Private Eye reported that marketing in Singapore was still claiming “successful completion of Bellerbys Foundation program guarantees you a place at one of our 50 partner universities”. When Private Eye contacted Durham University, first on the list of Bellerbys' supposed UK partners, the university said it has never offered any such guarantee adding: “We have previously been in touch with Bellerbys to clarify this fact and to provide guidelines for using our name and logo in their marketing materials. We were not consulted on the Singapore website, which is misleading. We have contacted Bellerbys to ask for the wording … to be changed immediately”.[47]

In response to the Private Eye article a spokesperson for Bellerbys said: “There is no Bellerbys marketing collateral within our direct control that suggests international students are guaranteed a place at a UK university. We are currently working with our in-market partners to ensure that there isn’t any remaining misunderstanding regarding this point. However, we remain very proud of our progression rates that in 2014 saw 78 per cent of our Bellerbys Foundation students graduate to the top 50 UK universities.

"Student safety and welfare are our top priorities. All Bellerbys colleges have met Ofsted expected standards, and Ofsted inspections have confirmed that our staff take student welfare very seriously, pastoral care is good, and students feel safe. These reports also reaffirm our commitment to continuous improvement in all areas to ensure the best student experience.

"All colleges and staff take pride in the secure environment provided to students and the great results they achieve. We will continue to ensure all students in our care remain safe, enjoy continued academic success and have the best chance to progress to their UK university of choice.”

Staff[edit]

College principals in 2017 were: Brighton –Simon Mower; Cambridge – Nick Waite; London – Ali Baines; Oxford – Mike Bradford

Scholarships[edit]

The college offers scholarships for A-level study to international students with excellent grades in their home countries. In some countries, the scholarship could be as high as £15,000.[48]

Accreditation[edit]

Bellerbys College is accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) for Independent Further and Higher Education[49] and is on the UK Register of Independent Schools.[50][51][52][53] In 2006 the college in Cambridge won 5 Good Schools Guide Awards for A Level results[54] and in the last two years the colleges have won a further 12 awards in 2008 and 2009 combined.[55][56]

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