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Extra-curricular Activities There are a number of extra-curricular activities that Homebridge students can engage in, on and off-campus. Our students also have a lifetime opportunity to register for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE), a globally recognised and highly respected award programme for the youth.

On-Campus Activities

Students have access to their assigned Beaconhouse College Programme (BCP) Campus, where they can participate in the following activities

*depending on availability of facilities at the particular Beaconhouse College Programme Campus.

Digital

On-Campus Activities

Students have access to their assigned Beaconhouse College Programme (BCP) Campus, where they can participate in the following activities

*depending on availability of facilities at the particular Beaconhouse College Programme Campus.

Digital

The Duke of Edinburgh Award

Homebridge students have the unique opportunity to register for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE), one of the most prestigious international award programmes for students aged 14 years and above. The awards programme was founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and since expanded to 144 nations, encouraging and motivating young people to become involved in a set of voluntary self-development activities.

Participants design their own programme based on the dimensions of Physical Recreation, Skills, Voluntary Service and Adventurous Journey (explorations and expeditions). The Award has three progressive stages: Bronze, Silver, and Gold, each having a set of requirements to fulfil.

This is a life-changing experience and a valuable tool to develop essential skills for life and work. It is a recognised mark of achievement that is highly respected by universities and employers across the world.

Requirements for the Duke of Edinburgh Award

To gain the award, a participant must complete tasks across four dimensions:

Physical Recreation

Participation in sport and other physical activities for the improvement of health, fitness and wellbeing.

Skills

Development of personal interests, creativity or practical skills.

Voluntary Service

Providing service and benefits to individuals and the community.

Adventurous Journey

As part of a small team, participants plan, train for and undertake a journey in an unfamiliar environment.

Participants of the Duke of Edinburgh Award will:

Students have access to their assigned Beaconhouse College Programme (BCP) Campus, where they can participate in the following activities

  • Grow as Global Citizens by Learning Practical Life Skills

  • Make Significant Contribution to Society, Through Community Service

  • Learn Valuable Practical and Social Skills for Improved Employability and Career Development

  • Gain an International Certificate to Enrich the CV

  • Increased Chances of Admissions to International Universities

Participants of the Duke of Edinburgh Award will:

  • Grow as Global Citizens by Learning Practical Life Skills

  • Make Significant Contribution to Society, Through Community Service

  • Learn Valuable Practical and Social Skills for Improved Employability and Career Development

  • Gain an International Certificate to Enrich the CV

  • Increased Chances of Admissions to International Universities

Device Financing

Homebridge offers easy and flexible payment plans for high performance laptops and tablets, to aid and enrich the hybrid experience. We have partnered with CreditPer to provide our students and teachers with exclusive facilities.

   
Specification Minimum Requirement
Processor Core i5 10th or 11th Generation
RAM 16GB
Storage 512GB SSD
Display Size 14 - 15.6 inches
 
   
Specification Minimum Requirement
CPU Exynos 9610
Storage 64GB/128GB
microSD slot Yes
Battery 17,040mAh
Rear camera 8MP (wide)
Front camera 5MP
Weight 476g
Dimensions 244.5 x 159.5 x 5.7mm
OS Android 10
Screen size 10.4-inch
Resolution 1200 x 2000 pixels
 

Device Financing

Homebridge offers easy and flexible payment plans for high performance laptops and tablets, to aid and enrich the hybrid experience. We have partnered with CreditPer to provide our students and teachers with exclusive facilities.

  • 20% lower markup as compared to the market rate

  • No collateral required

  • Guaranteed loan approval for registered students and employees

  • Fast track approval mechanism

   
Specification Minimum Requirement
Processor Core i5 10th or 11th Generation
RAM 16GB
Storage 512GB SSD
Display Size 14 - 15.6 inches
 
   
Specification Minimum Requirement
CPU Exynos 9610
Storage 64GB/128GB
microSD slot Yes
Battery 17,040mAh
Rear camera 8MP (wide)
Front camera 5MP
Weight 476g
Dimensions 244.5 x 159.5 x 5.7mm
OS Android 10
Screen size 10.4-inch
Resolution 1200 x 2000 pixels
 

British Council Digital Library

Homebridge, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the British Council for students, teachers and staff members to access the British Council’s digital library at discounted rates. Under this partnership, Homebridge students, teachers and staff members will have 24/7 access to the British Council’s licensed collection of books, comics, music, newspapers and magazines, scholarly content, professional trainings, and much more.

The Hybrid A Level programme is focused on providing a long-term alternative to on-campus education to the masses who have limited access to high-standard international programmes. Through this partnership with the British Council, we wish to provide better opportunities to our students and teachers by giving access to an interactive and learning platform which can lead students to quality education through an easier, more flexible education model, and have better chances to have a progressive life.

To find out more about British Council Digital Library

British Council Digital Library

Homebridge, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the British Council for students, teachers and staff members to access the British Council’s digital library at discounted rates. Under this partnership, Homebridge students, teachers and staff members will have 24/7 access to the British Council’s licensed collection of books, comics, music, newspapers and magazines, scholarly content, professional trainings, and much more.

The Hybrid A Level programme is focused on providing a long-term alternative to on-campus education to the masses who have limited access to high-standard international programmes. Through this partnership with the British Council, we wish to provide better opportunities to our students and teachers by giving access to an interactive and learning platform which can lead students to quality education through an easier, more flexible education model, and have better chances to have a progressive life.

To find out more about British Council Digital Library