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One of the great joys and benefits of a boarding education is the fact that there is the time and the space to offer a rich array of opportunities which enable young people to grow and develop and explore the person they are. They develop passions and interests, they develop their character and they learn to play a positive part in a community – all things that will help them to lead a happy and fulfilled life.

  • New £250,000 Outdoor Learning and Play Facility Complete

    The latest development of a £250,000 outdoor learning and play facility at Lincoln Minster Preparatory School is now complete. The facilities, developed by Timotay Playscapes, will include spaces for role play, adventurous climbing areas, running water play, tipis and woodland campsite features. The works took 4 months to complete, having started in October 2021, and will be available to all...

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  • Lincoln Pupils Crowned National Champions

    A team of Lincoln pupils are ranked number one in England for squash. Key Stage Three Girls’ Team at Lincoln Minster School are now the reigning national champions after winning the National Schools Championship yesterday. Charlotte, Lucy, Lydia, Priyaa and Zara, coached by the school, had beaten off all competition to become the England number one Key Stage Three team,...

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  • Primary school students join forces with environmental experts to tackle climate change

    Seven primary school teams from across Surrey, Middlesex and Doha, Qatar have been selected as finalists of the inaugural ACS Future Impact competition, organised by ACS International Schools, and will now be mentored by sustainability professionals from organisations including Allianz, Unilever and University of Surrey. During the final in April, teams will join a virtual judging session and will have...

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  • Dauntsey’s Welcomes All Blacks Rugby Legend Sean Fitzpatrick to the School

    Dauntsey’s has welcomed All Blacks rugby legend Sean Fitzpatrick to the school, in the second of this term’s Mercers’ Lectures. The former New Zealand All Blacks legend gave a captivating talk about his rugby career, highlighting his inner drive, his mentality and the importance of family to his success. Sean is widely regarded as one of the finest New Zealand...

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  • Wells Cathedral School’s Head of History is appointed Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

    Chris Eldridge, Head of History at Wells Cathedral School, has been made a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (RHS) in recognition of the unique work he and his team have been doing in promoting the study of medieval history in the Sixth Form at Wells. He is thrilled to have been made a Fellow, especially as it is normally...

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  • New Head of Forres Sandle Manor School

    Earlier this week, the Executive Director of Forres Sandle Manor, Mr Duncan Murphy, made the announcement that Mr Mark Howe would be joining as the new Headmaster at the start of the Autumn Term 2022. Mark joins Forres Sandle Manor from his current position as Headmaster of the prestigious day and boarding school, Ipswich High School, where he has overseen...

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  • King’s Ely student is a winner in national fashion design contest

    A TALENTED young designer at King’s Ely is celebrating victory in a prestigious competition. John-Oswald Crichton, 17, was one of eight Fashion and Textile Design students at King’s Ely to be shortlisted in the national Stitch Festival Dressmaking Competition, which was held as part of the Stitch Festival at London’s Business Design Centre from March 3rd-6th. John-Oswald, who is in...

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  • Latest Spring 2022 edition of The BSA Guide

    The Spring 2022 edition of the ‘BSA Guide to Boarding Schools’ has now been published. To view the latest edition, please click on the link below. If you would like to request a hard copy, please click here to complete the form.

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