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  • St Edmund’s School Canterbury

    Established in 1749, St Edmund’s combines respect for tradition and history with a fresh, engaging and forward-thinking attitude to the education of young people. Our approach is focused on the unique abilities and needs of individual pupils. All our pupils are valued for their contribution to the school and we take great pride in their successes. Creativity flourishes here. Our Drama, Music and Art departments are renowned for their outstanding achievements. However, creativity is celebrated across the whole curriculum, as...

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  • Ackworth School

    First class teaching, a broad curriculum and superb facilities provide the foundations for a stimulating learning environment. We aim to help all pupils to progress at a pace appropriate to their age, aptitude, interests and ability, to achieve the best external examination results of which they are capable and to leave school equipped to lead a full and responsible life in the adult world.

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  • Claremont-School

    Claremont School

    Claremont Preparatory School was founded in 1925, and in response to parent demand, Claremont Senior School opened in 2011. In 2018 the school became part of the International Schools Partnership group, becoming one if its 40+ schools around the world. “Being able to prepare young people for Maths degrees at Harvard as effectively as for Fashion courses in London is something all our staff are deeply proud of”. Ed Dickie - Head of Senior School   We offer a safe, happy...

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  • St-Edmunds College

    St Edmund’s College

    We have been educating students for over 450 years and want our pupils to be excellent but never arrogant; ambitious but never selfish; robust but never uncaring; to show conviction but never intolerance. We believe in the education of the whole person; mind, body and spirit. Our daily timetable embraces academic and co-curricular challenges, which include sports, the arts and CCF to name a few, which support the development of our students to gain the qualifications, values and skills they...

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  • Brockhurst & Marlston House Schools

    At Brockhurst and Marlston House we have an exceptional site with outstanding facilities and 500 acres of beautiful countryside to grow up in and to explore.  We are truly a 'country prep-school' - and yet we are superbly located for service families just five minutes’ drive from the M4/A34 Newbury junction (J13). In addition, we have a flourishing boarding community with a large dedicated team of staff living on-site who are committed to a great extracurricular programme.  We understand the...

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  • Langley School

    The character of the individual is central to the Langley education. Through the plethora of opportunities on offer, from CCF and sports teams, to UEA masterclasses and music soirées, our fantastic pupils are nurtured to be kind, curious and confident. The three main areas of focus are: Intellectual curiosity (STEM, Creative Arts, Debating, Languages), Community engagement (internal and external), and the Environment (utilising the benefits of the green campus and outdoor classroom.) There is a full range of day and...

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  • City of London Freemen’s School

    Freemen’s is academically selective and is a leading co-educational day and boarding school. We have a unique mix of students at Freemen’s with many pupils coming from local independent or state schools, while others come from further afield. We provide them all the same friendly, warm welcome. Over the last few years, our exam results have gone from strength to strength with record results at both A Level and at GCSE. The majority of students from Freemen’s continue their studies...

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  • Sexey’s School

    Cost of State Boarding  As a state boarding school parents only pay the cost of boarding as education is covered by the state. This means that rather than paying £25,000+ a year for an independent boarding school, you will pay around £11,000/year. If you are serving in the Armed Forces and qualify for Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) this will be reduced to approximately £1000 a year (plus extras such as school uniform, music lessons and school trips). Pastoral Support...

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  • Trent College Independent School

    150 Years of Pupil Success Trent College is known for its modern outlook and traditional foundations. With a rich heritage dating back to 1868, we are a well-established school with a reputation for providing an exceptional, all-round education. We are proud to have a longstanding history of supporting families in the forces with their educational needs. Balance to Achieve A successful education is all about balance. Our individual approach and combination of academic stretch and support in the classroom enable...

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