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  • Scarborough College

    True to our founding principles of offering an outstanding education; we offer GCSEs, an exceptional range of co-curricular activities and an IB-only Sixth Form.  Our recognised Yorkshire Grit programme is a vital part of our curriculum, providing challenges beyond the classroom and an opportunity for pupils to become resilient, collaborative and compassionate individuals. Sports play a central role in the College. Hockey and rugby as representative sports and the College has two Centres of Excellence – cricket and golf –...

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  • Gordon’s School

    Officially listed as one of Britain’s outstanding schools by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, Gordon’s recognises that a good education is not just about outstanding examination results but a thorough preparation for life; it is about providing opportunities and experiences for all young people to find their talents and interests, develop good character, become accomplished and achieve across a range of disciplines and ultimately develop the confidence to go and make their mark in the world. The real judgement of Gordon’s is the...

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  • UWC Atlantic

    Based in 12th Century St Donat’s Castle in South Wales, a 122-acre site that includes its own seafront, woodland and farmland, boarders aged 16 to 19 from over 90 nationalities are selected to study the IBDP based purely on personal motivation and potential. The deliberate diversity of the student body is achieved by attracting students from vastly differing political, religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Established in 1962, UWC Atlantic is the flagship college of the inspirational UWC global education movement,...

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  • King Edward’s Witley

    Pupils thrive at King Edward's. We encourage them to be the best versions of themselves because individual achievement and personal growth count for more than league tables. Our culture of thinking and enquiry runs deep. Here, a child’s natural curiosity prompts exploration of ideas without fear of failure. We encourage them to set their sights high – to be ambitious in their learning and in their desire to do better. We set them up for a life of discovery. Relationships...

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  • St. John’s International School

    An internationally trusted institution with an excellent reputation   Founded in 1964, St. John’s is a highly trusted educational setting, serving the expatriate and local communities of the greater Brussels area for over 50 years.. Taking the individual approach The low student:faculty ratio and outstanding pastoral care ensure teachers challenge students to reach their personal potential. Academic excellence and so much more   As well as over 40 years of experience in teaching the International Baccalaureate, the school has built its reputation...

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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 (Prep & Senior)

    Claremont School is a community that values, above all else, kindness and a warm consideration for one another. We are not a stuffy or pretentious school, neither are we hierarchical, nor autocratic, in our thinking or our manner. We welcome people from as many walks of life as possible. We all have our small part to play, we all contribute to making the community what it is and share in its successes and shortcomings; we understand that the whole is...

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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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