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  • St. Mary's CalneAs well as its well-deserved reputation for academic excellence (on average 15% girls go on to Oxbridge annually), St Mary’s Calne offers an extra-curricular programme which is truly outstanding – with a huge range of activities and clubs (about 70 at the last count ranging from Archery, Fencing, Riding, Ski Race Training to Debating, Dissection Club and Photography).
  • Le Régent Crans-Montana College
  • The Royal SchoolThe Royal School is a Diamond School teaching 3 years old – 18 years old.
  • Ashford School
  • Repton SchoolAt the heart of Repton’s close family ethos is the traditional system of in-house dining, which means that each House community meets together three times a day.
  • Harrogate Ladies’ CollegeHarrogate Ladies' College - Giving girls the confidence to take on the world on their own terms.
  • Oundle School7 different languages taught at Oundle including Arabic.
  • 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.
  • Le Régent Crans-Montana College
  • The Royal SchoolSet in a beautiful rural setting the Royal School is within an easy 1 hour commute of London.
  • Ashford School
  • Repton SchoolVery strong reputation across all sports. In particular Repton is the top UK hockey school, having won 32 national titles since 1995 and there are five Old Reptonians in the GB ladies’ hockey squad, two of whom won Olympic Gold medals in Rio 2016.
  • Harrogate Ladies’ CollegeHarrogate Ladies' College - Supportive and caring environment means that our pupils can be pushed harder to achieve more.
  • Oundle SchoolOundle School - The third form’s 'Trivium' course is based on 'interestingness and outside-the-box thinking.
  • 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.
  • StrathallanStrathallan - Of our School leavers last year 94% went onto Further Education, 3% into apprentices/internships and 3% Joined the Armed Forces.
  • 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.
  • BedalesIndividualised learning – Bedales Pupils’ motivation is strengthened through high quality and respectful relationships with teachers, and more choice over their learning.
  • Radley CollegeRadley has fives, rackets, squash and real tennis courts. Andrew Strauss & Peter Cook are both old boys.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • MillfieldMillfield has an average class size 11 and is the largest 13-18 co-ed school in the UK - 1260 pupils.
  • Wells Cathedral SchoolWells Cathedral - founded in 909AD, we’re one of the 10 oldest schools in the UK.
  • The Swiss International Scientific School in DubaiTruly international environment: more than 60 different nationalities and 650 students
  • DollarDollar occupies a magnificent 70-acre campus within easy reach of Edinburgh, and has an award winning modern languages centre.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The Downs, MalvernMusic, Art and Drama are very strong at The Downs Malvern, with many successes in every field, on the stage and where scholarships to senior schools are concerned.
  • Gordonstoun SchoolGordonstoun is one of the only schools in the country to have an 80 foot sail training boat (Ocean Spirit of Moray). 
  • Mount KellyMount Kelly has produced over 72 international swimmers and since 2000, and boasts 17 Olympians and 6 Paralympians amongst its alumni. 
  • 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.
  • Marlborough CollegeCurrently Marlborough College constitutes a body of pupils who have come from 266 different schools.
  • Westonbirt SchoolWestonbirt girls often achieve higher grades than they are predicated to on entry demonstrating the value added by the school which teaches in classes of 20 pupils or fewer.
  • St. Edward's School, OxfordSt. Edward's has just opened a brand new £7M state of the art Music School.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Cheltenham CollegeCheltenham College - A true boarding school – with over 500 boarders, stimulating weekend activities programme and stunning new girls boarding house stylishly refurbished 19thCentury Regency architecture - opening in September 2017.
  • Lomond SchoolOur broad and curriculum and guiding principles prepare pupils for life after Lomond, inspiring personal achievement and enquiring minds throughout school and beyond. 
  • The English School of KyreniaSet in the Kyrenia foothills overlooking the Mediterranean, parents will be pressed to find a more picturesque location.
  • Rossall SchoolRossall School - 33% of 2016 leavers went to Russell Group universities
  • 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.
  • Cheltenham Ladies' CollegeCheltenham Ladies' College - Top Girls Boarding School in the UK for the International Baccalaureate 2016 - Best UK Schools Tables (Education Advisers)
  • Kilgraston SchoolKilgraston is the Top performing independent school in Scotland for Advanced Highers 2016 - best-schools.

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