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Young Change Makers In The Village School Houston

Dates and Tuition

Please check the course dates carefully as each course's schedule and holidays may be different.

Weekly course hours – 28

Age Range - 13-18 yrs

Academic Information

Designed to give students a head-start in preparing for future university and career paths, the course provides 28 hours of academic tuition that helps to foster intellectual curiosity, confidence, leadership, and critical thinking skills whilst providing a rounded understanding of global issues.  

Academic Subjects

The Young Change Makers syllabus is arranged around a weekly theme drawn from the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which provide a shared framework for achieving peace and prosperity across the world. These topics are increasingly important to teenagers and future leaders.

The weekly sessions are:

(Week 1) Goal 13. Climate Action (Week 2) Goal 16. Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions

Course Requirements

Language Level Bucksmore Young Change Makers requires a minimum upper- intermediate level of English (B2) Age Range The age range for students on the Bucksmore Young Change Makers is 13-18


All of our tutors have a passion for their subject and a wealth of teaching experience. Many Bucksmore Tutors are Oxbridge or top UK & US university alumni. Tutorials are designed specifically by each tutor and are tailored to suit the ambitious students who attend our programmes.

Guest speakers

A dynamic visiting lecturer is invited to inspire students and help enrich their experience on programme.

Theory Lesson

Theory lessons are uniquely designed to complement the weekly theme in order to engage students in current events and the context of the programme. This is where students can also ask questions specific to them and their individual university/academic journey.

Interactive learning & projects

Throughout the week, students work together to research their project before performing or presenting their projects in the final project session. Teamwork encourages students to practice their leadership and negotiation skills as well as learning how to work with a range of different personalities.

Session Dates

Any course for a student under the age of 18 includes a transportation option.
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