- The lecture
rooms are well-appointed and beautiful rooms, filled with light,
warmth and serenity. We intentionally opt for a more relaxed and
informal feel than the usual university campus with desks and hard
School has a large and growing collection of homeopathy books and
magazines that students can freely peruse. This is a great resource
for researching assignment questions.
- With thousands
of homopeathy books to choose from, it is hard to know where to
start. Working with Alternative Training, we have put together a
collection of around 120 titles, narrowing the selection. These
are all books we recommend. Books can be purchased by mail order
and either posted to you or picked up from the School.
The School has the latest software packages available on computers
for student use and demonstrations. We also arrange for computer
software representatives to come into to speak directly with you.
lecture room has audio-visual equipment and presenting facilities.
DVD, video and computer presentations are all catered for. Broad
band is available at the School but not ‘beamed’ into
each room. Whilst we embrace technology we also like to keep it
in the background.
– The School
has wonderful dinner facilties with top notch food. Refreshments
are provided. Lunch meals are paid for separately, in advance. Organic
food is used where available and all diet types can be catered for.
Evening meals are possible with prior arrangement.
can accommodate more than 50 guests on site, with 14 single, 14
double and 3 triple rooms. Camping or campervan spaces are also
available. We can also provide a list of local B&Bs.
have full access to the School’s 24 acres of tranquil woodland,
gardens and fields making your stay more like a retreat than a School.
Countryside walks, for miles and miles, are a stone’s throw
- The area is
well known for gentle hillsides (‘wolds’), outstanding
countryside with river valleys, water meadows and beech woods, sleepy
ancient limestone villages, historic market towns and for being
so ‘typically English’ where time has stood still for
over 300 years.