We are still looking for host families to take care of these bright boarding school students during their exeat weekends and some half terms.
Scotland is an area where we particularly need new families. So read on if you live in Scotland and are interested in learning more.
Bright World is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.”
Bright World is happy to say that the launch of our Guardianship programme in Scotland, Lancashire and Lincolnshire this year has been a roaring success and our lovely new Local Coordinators are going to be kept very busy.
Becoming a host family is a really important role and can make a huge difference to the experience of a student coming to the UK to study. We pay generous nightly rates that cover expenses but it is true to say that most families just find the whole experience great for them and their children too.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a part of the Bright World team and being a host family for us then do get in touch. We are particularly looking in Scotland, Lancashire and Bedfordshire at the moment but we are looking usually for families across the United Kingdom generally.
Bright World is fully accredited by AEGIS and conducts rigorous checks on all their host families.
"Bright World is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment."
Leanne Poole, Accommodation & Travel Manager and WOW Award recipient tells us how… After her recent win recent win of the first ever Bright World WOW Award, we catch up with our very own Accommodation & Travel Manager Leanne Poole to talk about her vital role in safeguarding international students on our Guardianship programme and to find out just how she has helped to coordinate a flawless September Arrivals.