Brighter Prospects Education
Brighter Prospects Guardians and Brighter Prospects Educational Services were founded in 2010, we are a Guardianship service provider and school placement organisation.
We aim to offer a Student centric approach to everything we do. We know how daunting it can be for young people not just to go to a different country but also a different culture where everything is new, including the food! We know that those first few weeks and months especially are difficult, not just for the students but their parents, so we do everything we can to make this transition as easy as possible for everyone. That Student centric approach is the foundation of how we work and carries through to every stage of the Student’s journey with us. We believe that a happy Student will achieve their full potential and so we focus on helping them do that!
As a Guardianship organisation we work with lots of different people, Students, Parents, Schools, Host Families as well as Local Authorities. As such there are some key principles that underpin how we work and everything we do:
– Transparency and truthfulness in our communications with everyone we deal with.
– Demonstrate sensitivity for the culture, customs and personal beliefs of everyone.
– Treat other people how we would want to be treated and the children as if our own.
– Encourage learning and embracing new cultures with everyone we deal with.
– Work hard as a team and help students achieve their best whilst here in the UK.
We specialise in finding the right school and course for students of all ages and acting as Guardians to International students studying in the UK. In our role as Guardians we arrange accommodation with caring English Host families whilst they are studying in the UK. We have many years of experience, especially in working with parents and students from China, and challenge ourselves to achieve the best possible outcomes for every Student we deal with whatever their definition of success.
Brighter Prospects Guardians is a fully accredited member of AEGIS, the Association for the Education and the Guardianship of International students