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St Edmunds College and PrepSt Edmunds, England’s oldest Catholic school offering an all round co-education for students from 3 to 18 and for families from all faiths. Our historic campus offers modern facilities in a magnificent country setting in rural Hertfordshire, providing a safe and stimulating environment for young minds.
GordonstounGordonstoun’s unique curriculum was the inspiration for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award which is now in over 120 countries. It was also the birthplace of the Outward Bound Movement.
Loretto SchoolLoretto is Scotland's oldest boarding school. It follows the English curriculum (GCSEs and A levels). It is a small school, big on heart and big on ambition.
Bromsgrove SchoolOld Bromsgrovian John Illsley (of Dire Straits fame), whose band name came from one of his Bromsgrove teachers when he said “You’ll be in Dire Straits”
Shrewsbury SchoolShrewsbury is the only boarding school to be able to boast a girl in the boys’ 1st XI Football Team - she has represented Germany (her native country).
Chelsea Independent CollegeChelsea Independent College enjoys a reputation for being one of the leading independent sixth form colleges in London.
St Edmunds College and PrepSt Edmund’s is a Catholic school in Hertfordshire steeped in history having been founded in 1568 by Cardinal William Allen and as such is the oldest Catholic School in England.
GordonstounGordonstoun is one of the only schools in the country to have an 80 foot sail training boat (Ocean Spirit of Moray).
Loretto SchoolLoretto School is ranked in the top 7% of schools in the U.K. for value-added at A level and 97% of leavers enter their choice of university, including many entering the Russell Group.
Bromsgrove SchoolThe Whole School was given the freedom of the smallest town in Wales in a special ceremony during 2007. Llanwrtyd Wells was where Bromsgrove was evacuated to during WWII
Shrewsbury SchoolShrewsbury is a strong rowing school, the stunning boat house with indoor training tank is only 5 minutes walk from the school - girls and boys compete successfully each year at Henley and the Head of the Charles in Boston, USA.
Chelsea Independent CollegeIn 2015, 64% of our students progressed to Russell Group universities, the UK’s top 20 ranked institutions or medical schools, and 50% progressed to world-ranked institutions.
Uppingham SchoolSet in a beautiful part of central England, Uppingham is a seven-day-a-week co-ed boarding school for 800 pupils aged 13-18. It has state-of-the-art science, music and sport facilities, a strong academic profile and excellent pastoral care. Boarding life at Uppingham is busy, varied, challenging and rewarding.
Wellington SchoolVery close to beautiful countryside and beaches & Set in a very small, safe town - boarders can pop out for coffee.
Marlborough CollegeCurrently Marlborough College constitutes a body of pupils who have come from 266 different schools.
Aiglon CollegeOur school community includes students from all over the world, representing 55 nationalities and diverse religions, languages and cultures.
The Royal SchoolSet in a beautiful rural setting the Royal School is within an easy 1 hour commute of London.
StrathallanStrathallan - Of our School leavers last year 94% went onto Further Education, 3% into apprentices/internships and 3% Joined the Armed Forces.
BedalesIndividualised learning – Bedales Pupils’ motivation is strengthened through high quality and respectful relationships with teachers, and more choice over their learning.
Mount KellyMount Kelly has produced over 72 international swimmers and since 2000, and boasts 17 Olympians and 6 Paralympians amongst its alumni.
Millfield SchoolMillfield has an average class size 11 and is the largest 13-18 co-ed school in the UK - 1260 pupils.
Merchiston Castle SchoolAt Merchiston In 2015/16, there were 87 different teams, of all abilities, playing competitive fixtures across 16 sports: a total of 590 fixtures.
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