Julie is the Director of Marketing for Short Courses. She manages Easter and Summer school marketing. Julie co-founded Earlscliffe with her husband, Tim, in 2012. Earlscliffe joined the Dukes family in September 2017. Prior to founding Earlscliffe, Julie was Director...Read More
Jenny brings nearly 25 years of marketing and communications experience to the Earlscliffe team. She works tirelessly to maintain a community of diverse students, and to enhance the Earlscliffe name internationally. Jenny is British, but spent 20 years living in...Read More
Jon is often the first point of contact for our families. He travels extensively, reaching out to new markets, building relationships and recruiting brilliant students from around the world. Previously, Jon spent 10 years working in International Student Recruitment for...Read More
Before Earlscliffe, Sarah spent 16 years working in the Travel Industry, where her main roles included marketing and sales administration, which honed many transferable skills for this role. Sarah now works in the marketing and admissions team, leading on travel...Read More
Victoria manages all administrative aspects of the admissions process. Having worked in schools for many years she is able to efficiently organise new school applications. Her experience supporting students with special educational needs and her status as a qualified mental...Read More
Earlscliffe is a small school with a limited number of places so we advise students to apply as early as possible, ideally by February for September entry.
Once an initial enquiry has been made, you will be contacted by a member of the Earlscliffe admissions team, who will talk you through the admission process and will support you at each step of your application journey.
Earlscliffe must be satisfied that an international student has the required level of English language skill for academic studies at GCSE, A-Level, Business Diploma or University Foundation Year. If students have not already taken an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test or Cambridge exam, they must take an English test either at Earlscliffe, their own school or a partner counsellor’s office.
To access our A-level programme, a student should be capable of B1 (IELTS 5.0). If students do not reach this level, we may recommend that extra English language tuition, or look at our preparation programme which we call our International Transition Year.
There are a limited number of academic scholarships available at Earlscliffe and our Admissions team are always happy to chat to students and families about the requirements.
Visitors and their families will be invited to meet with our Head Teacher, Mr Joss Williams, and walk around our teaching buildings, boarding houses and surroundings. We also offer students and their families the opportunity to have a drive around the town and the local area to enable them to get a true sense of what life is like here, and visitors love to see our beautiful coastline which is a 5-minute walk from Earlscliffe.
If students have specific requests for meetings with certain subject teachers, or to see specific facilities e.g. sports or creative arts, we are always happy to arrange these. We will also ensure that visiting students have the chance to meet and chat with some of our current students.