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  • Rossall SchoolRossall School - 100% pass rate at IB in 2016
  • Malvern CollegeMalvern College was evacuated twice at the time of the Second World War, once, in advance of the war in 1939 until 1940 to Blenheim Palace.
  • Thornton CollegeThornton is a leading independent Catholic day and boarding school for girls. It is one of the most successful non-selective schools in the UK and offers a warm and nurturing educational environment alongside a rigorous and exciting curriculum.
  • King's School, CanterburyWith origins dating from 597AD The King’s School, is reputedly the oldest school in the country. Situated within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Precincts of Canterbury Cathedral.
  • St Leonards SchoolSt Leonards - Scotland's only International Baccalaureate Sixth Form, St Leonards gives pupils an internationally recognised qualification for life.
  • Junior King’s School, CanterburyLocated two miles from the centre of Canterbury in 80 acres of idyllic countryside, Junior King’s is a haven for pupils who then make the easy transition to life at senior school.
  • Monkton Combe SchoolYear after year, our pupils achieve 100% pass rate at A Level. In 2015 at GCSE, 70.6% of our pupils achieved A*/A and 91.6% achieved grades A*/A/B.

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  • Rossall SchoolRossall School - 33% of 2016 leavers went to Russell Group universities
  • Malvern CollegeRare in schools these days, Malvern College has House-based dining offers the opportunity for each Housemaster and Housemistress to be in regular contact with the pupils throughout their day.
  • Thornton CollegeSport is a vital and exciting part of life at Thornton College. We believe that sport is essential in nurturing skills, confidence, a spirit of fair play and a lifelong love of sporting activities.
  • King's School, CanterburyKing’s Week is a unique festival of music, drama, art and recreation that has been held every year in the last week of the Summer Term since 1952. Over 80 events ranging from jazz to dance, plays, lectures and recitals, attract thousands of visitors.
  • St Leonards SchoolSt Leonards is one of the UK's leading independent schools. From our beautiful campus in the inspiring University town of St Andrews, we offer boarding and day education for boys and girls aged 5-18.
  • Junior King’s School, CanterburyJunior King’s School's heritage and historic setting is complemented by the best possible modern facilities. Eighty acres of grounds include a brand new state-of-the-art music school , a purpose-built astro turf and numerous sports fields.
  • Monkton Combe SchoolWeekend activities include canoeing on the canal, potholing in the Mendips, mountain biking in the Brecon Beacons, ice-skating and the annual beach trip to Studland Bay, Dorset.
  • 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.
  • Lancing CollegeAs a well-regarded boarding school, Lancing College has a strong tradition in welcoming pupils with parents living all over the world. We offer international students a co-educational boarding and day school set in the beautiful South Downs and within an hour of London and close to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
  • Windlesham House SchoolWindlesham House is one of the oldest and original prep schools in the UK and the first school to go co-ed - 50 years ago.
  • Badminton SchoolThe community at Badminton is vibrant and needs to be experienced to be believed. With 450 girls (aged 3 – 18) from over 25 different nationalities, our reputation is global and so is our outlook.
  • Marymount International SchoolMarymount’s 7 year IB Programme offers the best preparation for the Diploma allowing students to develop inquiring, critical minds and to become confident, creative, independent thinkers who achieve excellent results and places at top universities.
  • StonarStonar is a British Horse Society approved Equestrian Centre and riding has been a core feature of the school for several decades. The outstanding facilities include first class indoor and outdoor schools, stabling for 65 horses, a cross country schooling field with a wide variety of different fences.
  • AldroAldro is designed as a boys’ paradise, so everything is geared to help boys thrive and develop as individuals in all aspects of life, both academic and extra-curricular. We give our boys the space, opportunities and support to develop at their own pace.
  • Charterhouse
  • GordonstounGordonstoun is one of the only schools in the country to have an 80 foot sail training boat (Ocean Spirit of Moray). 
  • Caterham School
  • 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.
  • Millfield SchoolMillfield has an average class size 11 and is the largest 13-18 co-ed school in the UK - 1260 pupils.
  • 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.
  • St. Mary's CalneSt Mary’s Calne boasts a unique relationship with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) – the RADA Advanced Communications Course is the only one of its kind in the UK and this training helps the girls to develop excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • St. Edward's School, OxfordSt. Edward's has just opened a brand new £7M state of the art Music School.
  • St. Catherine's, BramleySet in the beautiful countryside of the Surrey Hills, 3 miles south of Guildford, the School’s 25 acre campus in the village of Bramley, boasts up-to-date facilities - all on site -as well as attractive boarding accommodation for Senior School pupils.
  • 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
  • Lord Wandsworth CollegeLWC - 1,200-acre site houses the College buildings, our considerable facilities and Stern Farm. This arable farm provides a timely reminder of those early students and of the College’s agricultural heritage.
  • Shiplake CollegeThe Old Viking Society (OVS) exists to maintain and develop the links between the College, our alumni and former staff. All former staff and pupils automatically become members of the OVS.
  • Bryanston SchoolWe want our pupils to be able both to learn independently and to thrive upon it. To this end, teachers and pupils work together to develop the skills required for a successful career both at Bryanston and beyond.
  • Felsted SchoolFelsted offers boys and girls aged four to eighteen a first class education, based on a safe, rural 80 acre village campus in stunning North Essex, only one hour from London. Day, full and contemporary boarding options are available to suit modern family life.
  • Gresham'sOur Sixth Formers can opt to study A-levels or the widely respected International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Gresham’s is the only school in Norfolk to offer the IBDP.
  • The Royal Masonic School for GirlsWe have the longest teaching corridor in Europe, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was in part filmed here.
  • Marlborough CollegeCurrently Marlborough College constitutes a body of pupils who have come from 266 different schools.
  • Westbourne HouseThe emphasis of the school is on catering for the needs of the individual. Classes are small and both the Headmaster and the child's Form Teacher/Tutor carefully monitor each child's progress.
  • Oundle SchoolOundle School - The third form’s 'Trivium' course is based on 'interestingness and outside-the-box thinking.
  • 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.
  • Christ College BreconOne of the most special things about Christ College is the warmth of the welcome and the quality of relationships between pupils and staff. Our community is a small, caring and compassionate one, where pupils learn to value kindness and service to others.
  • Le Régent Crans-Montana CollegeOur first goal is to produce well-educated global citizens. Added to a clear emphasis on the academic work, there will be ample opportunities to develop talents in sports or in the world of arts.
 

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