DLD College London offers a one year intensive GCSE programme for British and international students (with a minimum IELTS score of 4.5 or equivalent) focusing on a selection of traditional of subjects that properly equip students for progression to the A Level programme. They also offer a two-year GCSE programme for international students, the first term of which focuses on bringing all students up to standard before tackling the GCSE curriculum. Students can start some subjects from scratch an...Read more
DLD College London offers a one year intensive GCSE programme for British and international students (with a minimum IELTS score of 4.5 or equivalent) focusing on a selection of traditional of subjects that properly equip students for progression to the A Level programme. They also offer a two-year GCSE programme for international students, the first term of which focuses on bringing all students up to standard before tackling the GCSE curriculum. Students can start some subjects from scratch and have time to develop the necessary skills to be successful at GCSE level.
DLD College London offers a one year intensive GCSE programme for British and international students (with a minimum IELTS score of 4.5 or equivalent) focusing on a selection of traditional of subjects that properly equip students for progression to the A Level programme. They also offer a two-year GCSE programme for international students, the first term of which focuses on bringing all students up to standard before tackling the GCSE curriculum. Students can start some subjects from scratch an...Read more
DLD College London offers a one year intensive GCSE programme for British and international students (with a minimum IELTS score of 4.5 or equivalent) focusing on a selection of traditional of subjects that properly equip students for progression to the A Level programme. They also offer a two-year GCSE programme for international students, the first term of which focuses on bringing all students up to standard before tackling the GCSE curriculum. Students can start some subjects from scratch and have time to develop the necessary skills to be successful at GCSE level.

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Age: 14 - 21
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 294
Aberystwyth University is a public research university in Aberystwyth, Wales. Aberystwyth was a founding member institution of the former federal University of Wales. The university has almost 8,000 students studying across its six academic institutes. Founded in 1872 as University College Wales, Aberystwyth, it became a founder member of the University of Wales in 1894 and changed its name to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. In the mid-1990s, the university again changed its nam...Read more
Aberystwyth University is a public research university in Aberystwyth, Wales. Aberystwyth was a founding member institution of the former federal University of Wales. The university has almost 8,000 students studying across its six academic institutes. Founded in 1872 as University College Wales, Aberystwyth, it became a founder member of the University of Wales in 1894 and changed its name to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. In the mid-1990s, the university again changed its name to the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. On 1 September 2007, the University of Wales ceased to be a federal university and Aberystwyth became independent again.
Aberystwyth University is a public research university in Aberystwyth, Wales. Aberystwyth was a founding member institution of the former federal University of Wales. The university has almost 8,000 students studying across its six academic institutes. Founded in 1872 as University College Wales, Aberystwyth, it became a founder member of the University of Wales in 1894 and changed its name to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. In the mid-1990s, the university again changed its nam...Read more
Aberystwyth University is a public research university in Aberystwyth, Wales. Aberystwyth was a founding member institution of the former federal University of Wales. The university has almost 8,000 students studying across its six academic institutes. Founded in 1872 as University College Wales, Aberystwyth, it became a founder member of the University of Wales in 1894 and changed its name to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. In the mid-1990s, the university again changed its name to the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. On 1 September 2007, the University of Wales ceased to be a federal university and Aberystwyth became independent again.

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Enrolment: 7382
International Students: 15%
Abingdon School is a day and boarding independent school for boys in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. The twentieth oldest independent British school, it celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006. Abingdon is one of the best-regarded boys' boarding schools in the UK. Abingdon is academically a strong school: the students regularly achieve excellent results and a significant number progress to the most prestigious universities, including around 20 to Cambridge and Oxford. At A Level, the yearly A* ...Read more
Abingdon School is a day and boarding independent school for boys in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. The twentieth oldest independent British school, it celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006. Abingdon is one of the best-regarded boys' boarding schools in the UK. Abingdon is academically a strong school: the students regularly achieve excellent results and a significant number progress to the most prestigious universities, including around 20 to Cambridge and Oxford. At A Level, the yearly A* percentage over the past 5 years has been as high as 33% (lowest = 24%) and the A*-A percentage averages around 68%. At GCSE, the yearly A* percentage over the same period has been as high as 60% (lowest = 43%) and the A*-A percentage around 81%.
Abingdon School is a day and boarding independent school for boys in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. The twentieth oldest independent British school, it celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006. Abingdon is one of the best-regarded boys' boarding schools in the UK. Abingdon is academically a strong school: the students regularly achieve excellent results and a significant number progress to the most prestigious universities, including around 20 to Cambridge and Oxford. At A Level, the yearly A* ...Read more
Abingdon School is a day and boarding independent school for boys in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. The twentieth oldest independent British school, it celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006. Abingdon is one of the best-regarded boys' boarding schools in the UK. Abingdon is academically a strong school: the students regularly achieve excellent results and a significant number progress to the most prestigious universities, including around 20 to Cambridge and Oxford. At A Level, the yearly A* percentage over the past 5 years has been as high as 33% (lowest = 24%) and the A*-A percentage averages around 68%. At GCSE, the yearly A* percentage over the same period has been as high as 60% (lowest = 43%) and the A*-A percentage around 81%.

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Age: 11 - 18
Gender: Boys
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 965
Ackworth School is an independent school located in the village of High Ackworth, near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England. It is one of eight Quaker Schools in England. The school (or more accurately its Head) is a member of the Headmasters' & Headmistresses' Conference and SHMIS The Head is Anton Maree, who took over at the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year. The Deputy Heads are Guy Emmett and Jeffrey Swales. The school has a nursery that takes children aged 2 1/2 to 4, a Junior Depa...Read more
Ackworth School is an independent school located in the village of High Ackworth, near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England. It is one of eight Quaker Schools in England. The school (or more accurately its Head) is a member of the Headmasters' & Headmistresses' Conference and SHMIS The Head is Anton Maree, who took over at the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year. The Deputy Heads are Guy Emmett and Jeffrey Swales. The school has a nursery that takes children aged 2 1/2 to 4, a Junior Department that takes children age 5 to 11, and the Senior School for students aged 11 to 18. The boarding facilities cater for Senior School pupils only. Originally it was a boarding school for Quaker children. Today most of the school's pupils are day pupils. About half of the boarding pupils are from overseas, and are predominantly Asian, although there are increasing numbers of boarders from other countries, particularly Eastern Europe. Most of today's pupils are not Quakers, but the school retains a strong Quaker ethos and is able to offer means-tested Bursary awards to children from Quaker and non-Quaker families. There is a very short Quaker-style silence at assembly and before meals. Once a week the School meets for a longer Meeting for Worship.
Ackworth School is an independent school located in the village of High Ackworth, near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England. It is one of eight Quaker Schools in England. The school (or more accurately its Head) is a member of the Headmasters' & Headmistresses' Conference and SHMIS The Head is Anton Maree, who took over at the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year. The Deputy Heads are Guy Emmett and Jeffrey Swales. The school has a nursery that takes children aged 2 1/2 to 4, a Junior Depa...Read more
Ackworth School is an independent school located in the village of High Ackworth, near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England. It is one of eight Quaker Schools in England. The school (or more accurately its Head) is a member of the Headmasters' & Headmistresses' Conference and SHMIS The Head is Anton Maree, who took over at the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year. The Deputy Heads are Guy Emmett and Jeffrey Swales. The school has a nursery that takes children aged 2 1/2 to 4, a Junior Department that takes children age 5 to 11, and the Senior School for students aged 11 to 18. The boarding facilities cater for Senior School pupils only. Originally it was a boarding school for Quaker children. Today most of the school's pupils are day pupils. About half of the boarding pupils are from overseas, and are predominantly Asian, although there are increasing numbers of boarders from other countries, particularly Eastern Europe. Most of today's pupils are not Quakers, but the school retains a strong Quaker ethos and is able to offer means-tested Bursary awards to children from Quaker and non-Quaker families. There is a very short Quaker-style silence at assembly and before meals. Once a week the School meets for a longer Meeting for Worship.

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Age: 2 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 500
Adcote School is an independent day and boarding school for girls, located in the village of Little Ness, 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. The school was founded in 1907, and is set in a Grade I listed country house built in 1879 for Rebecca Darby, the widow of Alfred Darby I (1807–52) and a great niece of Abraham Darby. The Darbys were the iron-master family who built Ironbridge. The school has a Junior School that takes girls aged 5 to 11, and the Senior School ...Read more
Adcote School is an independent day and boarding school for girls, located in the village of Little Ness, 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. The school was founded in 1907, and is set in a Grade I listed country house built in 1879 for Rebecca Darby, the widow of Alfred Darby I (1807–52) and a great niece of Abraham Darby. The Darbys were the iron-master family who built Ironbridge. The school has a Junior School that takes girls aged 5 to 11, and the Senior School for girls aged 11 to 16 and a Sixth Form takes girls from 16–19. The Senior School is for Girls aged 11 to 18. Years 7 to 9 follow a broad curriculum which includes English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, RE, Languages, ICT, Art, Music, Food Technology, Textiles, PE, PSHCE, Latin, Classics and Careers. For girls whose first language is not English a full programme of English as an Acquired Language (EAL) is available. Girls receive help and advice before choosing their GCSE options. For GCSE and iGCSE Girls usually take (as a minimum) 8 subjects, but generally take more. All girls have timetabled PE and Games. The following are compulsory: English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, ICT, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. In addition girls are encouraged to choose from the following optional subjects : Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Business Studies, French, ICT, Religious Studies, Art, Textiles, Music, BTEC Performing Arts, BTEC Sport, Food Technology, Economics, Child Development and PE. A-Levels can be chosen from the following options : English, Religious Education, History, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, French, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, ICT, Art, Music, Food Technology, PE, Textiles, Drama and Theatre Studies. A BTEC Diploma in Performing Arts and Sport is also offered.
Adcote School is an independent day and boarding school for girls, located in the village of Little Ness, 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. The school was founded in 1907, and is set in a Grade I listed country house built in 1879 for Rebecca Darby, the widow of Alfred Darby I (1807–52) and a great niece of Abraham Darby. The Darbys were the iron-master family who built Ironbridge. The school has a Junior School that takes girls aged 5 to 11, and the Senior School ...Read more
Adcote School is an independent day and boarding school for girls, located in the village of Little Ness, 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. The school was founded in 1907, and is set in a Grade I listed country house built in 1879 for Rebecca Darby, the widow of Alfred Darby I (1807–52) and a great niece of Abraham Darby. The Darbys were the iron-master family who built Ironbridge. The school has a Junior School that takes girls aged 5 to 11, and the Senior School for girls aged 11 to 16 and a Sixth Form takes girls from 16–19. The Senior School is for Girls aged 11 to 18. Years 7 to 9 follow a broad curriculum which includes English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, RE, Languages, ICT, Art, Music, Food Technology, Textiles, PE, PSHCE, Latin, Classics and Careers. For girls whose first language is not English a full programme of English as an Acquired Language (EAL) is available. Girls receive help and advice before choosing their GCSE options. For GCSE and iGCSE Girls usually take (as a minimum) 8 subjects, but generally take more. All girls have timetabled PE and Games. The following are compulsory: English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, ICT, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. In addition girls are encouraged to choose from the following optional subjects : Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Business Studies, French, ICT, Religious Studies, Art, Textiles, Music, BTEC Performing Arts, BTEC Sport, Food Technology, Economics, Child Development and PE. A-Levels can be chosen from the following options : English, Religious Education, History, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, French, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, ICT, Art, Music, Food Technology, PE, Textiles, Drama and Theatre Studies. A BTEC Diploma in Performing Arts and Sport is also offered.

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Age: 4 - 18
Gender: Girls
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 89
Aldenham School is a co-educational independent school for pupils aged eleven to eighteen, located between Elstree and the village of Aldenham in Hertfordshire, England. There is also a preparatory school for pupils from the ages of five to thirteen. Founded in the late sixteenth century by Richard Platt, Aldenham School is not only one of the oldest schools in Britain, but one of the oldest schools in the world.
Aldenham School is a co-educational independent school for pupils aged eleven to eighteen, located between Elstree and the village of Aldenham in Hertfordshire, England. There is also a preparatory school for pupils from the ages of five to thirteen. Founded in the late sixteenth century by Richard Platt, Aldenham School is not only one of the oldest schools in Britain, but one of the oldest schools in the world.

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Age: 3 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 700
Aldro is a preparatory school in Shackleford, near Godalming, Surrey, England. Recently Aldro was the only prep school listed in the Country Life magazine's 16 most beautiful schools in Britain. It was also voted by The Week magazine in 2016 as the best school for boys' sport. It caters for about 220 boys between the ages of 7 and 13. It has a 20-acre country estate for boys to learn, offering a very full curriculum centered on reading, problem solving, the arts and sport everyday. Boys are chal...Read more
Aldro is a preparatory school in Shackleford, near Godalming, Surrey, England. Recently Aldro was the only prep school listed in the Country Life magazine's 16 most beautiful schools in Britain. It was also voted by The Week magazine in 2016 as the best school for boys' sport. It caters for about 220 boys between the ages of 7 and 13. It has a 20-acre country estate for boys to learn, offering a very full curriculum centered on reading, problem solving, the arts and sport everyday. Boys are challenged, fulfilled and nurtured in equal measure. Aldro is fully inclusive for team sports and drama productions. The school philosophy is to pursue excellence and Aldro boys are regularly rewarded with awards to the top public schools. The 2016 scholarships included 7 academic awards, 5 sport, 5 music, 1 drama, 1 engineering and 1 for polo, showing the rich diversity of talent nurtured at Aldro. The Good Schools Guide called the school an "Extremely popular and successful traditional prep school."
Aldro is a preparatory school in Shackleford, near Godalming, Surrey, England. Recently Aldro was the only prep school listed in the Country Life magazine's 16 most beautiful schools in Britain. It was also voted by The Week magazine in 2016 as the best school for boys' sport. It caters for about 220 boys between the ages of 7 and 13. It has a 20-acre country estate for boys to learn, offering a very full curriculum centered on reading, problem solving, the arts and sport everyday. Boys are chal...Read more
Aldro is a preparatory school in Shackleford, near Godalming, Surrey, England. Recently Aldro was the only prep school listed in the Country Life magazine's 16 most beautiful schools in Britain. It was also voted by The Week magazine in 2016 as the best school for boys' sport. It caters for about 220 boys between the ages of 7 and 13. It has a 20-acre country estate for boys to learn, offering a very full curriculum centered on reading, problem solving, the arts and sport everyday. Boys are challenged, fulfilled and nurtured in equal measure. Aldro is fully inclusive for team sports and drama productions. The school philosophy is to pursue excellence and Aldro boys are regularly rewarded with awards to the top public schools. The 2016 scholarships included 7 academic awards, 5 sport, 5 music, 1 drama, 1 engineering and 1 for polo, showing the rich diversity of talent nurtured at Aldro. The Good Schools Guide called the school an "Extremely popular and successful traditional prep school."

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Age: 7 - 13
Gender: Boys
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 220
Alleyn's School is an independent, co-educational day school in Dulwich, south London, England. It is a registered charity[2] and was originally part of the Alleyn's College of God's Gift charitable foundation, which also included James Allen's Girls' School (JAGS), Dulwich College and their affiliate schools (JAPS and Alleyn's Junior School). The official religion is Church of England.
Alleyn's School is an independent, co-educational day school in Dulwich, south London, England. It is a registered charity[2] and was originally part of the Alleyn's College of God's Gift charitable foundation, which also included James Allen's Girls' School (JAGS), Dulwich College and their affiliate schools (JAPS and Alleyn's Junior School). The official religion is Church of England.

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Age: 4 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1218
Ampleforth College is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the village of Ampleforth, North Yorkshire, England. It opened in 1802 as a boys' school, and is run by the Benedictine monks and lay staff of Ampleforth Abbey. The school is in a valley with sports pitches, wooded areas and lakes. Its affiliated preparatory school, St Martin's Ampleforth, is across the valley at Gilling Castle. The school's primary concern is to provide pupils with not just academic, sporting and ot...Read more
Ampleforth College is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the village of Ampleforth, North Yorkshire, England. It opened in 1802 as a boys' school, and is run by the Benedictine monks and lay staff of Ampleforth Abbey. The school is in a valley with sports pitches, wooded areas and lakes. Its affiliated preparatory school, St Martin's Ampleforth, is across the valley at Gilling Castle. The school's primary concern is to provide pupils with not just academic, sporting and other achievements, but also "a spiritual compass for life": moral principles to give guidance in a secular world; within a context where the "Benedictine ethos permeates pupils’ experience".
Ampleforth College is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the village of Ampleforth, North Yorkshire, England. It opened in 1802 as a boys' school, and is run by the Benedictine monks and lay staff of Ampleforth Abbey. The school is in a valley with sports pitches, wooded areas and lakes. Its affiliated preparatory school, St Martin's Ampleforth, is across the valley at Gilling Castle. The school's primary concern is to provide pupils with not just academic, sporting and ot...Read more
Ampleforth College is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the village of Ampleforth, North Yorkshire, England. It opened in 1802 as a boys' school, and is run by the Benedictine monks and lay staff of Ampleforth Abbey. The school is in a valley with sports pitches, wooded areas and lakes. Its affiliated preparatory school, St Martin's Ampleforth, is across the valley at Gilling Castle. The school's primary concern is to provide pupils with not just academic, sporting and other achievements, but also "a spiritual compass for life": moral principles to give guidance in a secular world; within a context where the "Benedictine ethos permeates pupils’ experience".

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Age: 13 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Ardingly College is a selective co-educational boarding and day independent school near Ardingly, West Sussex, England. The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and of the Woodard Corporation of independent schools and as such has a strong Anglo-Catholic tradition. It began as a boarding school for boys, and became fully co-educational in 1982. The school is regularly positioned amongst the top ten International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in the United Kingdom...Read more
Ardingly College is a selective co-educational boarding and day independent school near Ardingly, West Sussex, England. The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and of the Woodard Corporation of independent schools and as such has a strong Anglo-Catholic tradition. It began as a boarding school for boys, and became fully co-educational in 1982. The school is regularly positioned amongst the top ten International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in the United Kingdom, and has won the Royal Society of Chemistry Top of the Bench Competition. Ardingly played an important role in providing infantry throughout the 20th Century conflicts, with around 1,200 Ardingly pupils going on to fight in the First World War, 146 of whom were killed, along with two former members of staff. In addition, 88 Old Ardinians died in World War II; their names being recorded in a book of remembrance.
Ardingly College is a selective co-educational boarding and day independent school near Ardingly, West Sussex, England. The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and of the Woodard Corporation of independent schools and as such has a strong Anglo-Catholic tradition. It began as a boarding school for boys, and became fully co-educational in 1982. The school is regularly positioned amongst the top ten International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in the United Kingdom...Read more
Ardingly College is a selective co-educational boarding and day independent school near Ardingly, West Sussex, England. The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and of the Woodard Corporation of independent schools and as such has a strong Anglo-Catholic tradition. It began as a boarding school for boys, and became fully co-educational in 1982. The school is regularly positioned amongst the top ten International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in the United Kingdom, and has won the Royal Society of Chemistry Top of the Bench Competition. Ardingly played an important role in providing infantry throughout the 20th Century conflicts, with around 1,200 Ardingly pupils going on to fight in the First World War, 146 of whom were killed, along with two former members of staff. In addition, 88 Old Ardinians died in World War II; their names being recorded in a book of remembrance.

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Age: 2 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 720
International Students: 20%
AKS Lytham (AKS) is an independent, co-educational school located on the Fylde, Lancashire, England. It was formed from the merger of King Edward VII and Queen Mary School (KEQMS) in Lytham St. Annes and Arnold School in Blackpool. It is based in a coastal 35 acre site in Lytham St Annes. AKS Lytham is a member of HMC and a part of the United Church Schools Trust family of schools.
AKS Lytham (AKS) is an independent, co-educational school located on the Fylde, Lancashire, England. It was formed from the merger of King Edward VII and Queen Mary School (KEQMS) in Lytham St. Annes and Arnold School in Blackpool. It is based in a coastal 35 acre site in Lytham St Annes. AKS Lytham is a member of HMC and a part of the United Church Schools Trust family of schools.

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Age: 2 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Ashford School is a coeducational independent boarding and day school in East Hill, Ashford, Kent. There are 480 students in the Senior School (ages 11 to 18) and 360 in the Prep School (ages 3 to 11). The school is owned and run by the United Church Schools Trust[1] and is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). Ashford School was recently ranked one of the UK's top 20 coeducational, independent schools and was voted Independent School of the Year 2010. It was also...Read more
Ashford School is a coeducational independent boarding and day school in East Hill, Ashford, Kent. There are 480 students in the Senior School (ages 11 to 18) and 360 in the Prep School (ages 3 to 11). The school is owned and run by the United Church Schools Trust[1] and is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). Ashford School was recently ranked one of the UK's top 20 coeducational, independent schools and was voted Independent School of the Year 2010. It was also a Good Schools Guide award winner in 2011 and at the Archant Good Schools Show it was voted one of the country's top five boarding schools. Located within walking distance from Ashford International railway station which is just 37 minutes from London by high-speed train, the school also benefits from rapid access to the continent via Eurostar. The London airports are all within 90 minutes and it runs a bus service to the surrounding towns and villages. Boarding life starts at age 10 at Ashford School where pupils can choose a range of boarding options: flexi, weekly or full. The school has 3 boarding houses: Junior boarding house Brooke & Refuge and senior boarding houses Brabourne and Alfred.
Ashford School is a coeducational independent boarding and day school in East Hill, Ashford, Kent. There are 480 students in the Senior School (ages 11 to 18) and 360 in the Prep School (ages 3 to 11). The school is owned and run by the United Church Schools Trust[1] and is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). Ashford School was recently ranked one of the UK's top 20 coeducational, independent schools and was voted Independent School of the Year 2010. It was also...Read more
Ashford School is a coeducational independent boarding and day school in East Hill, Ashford, Kent. There are 480 students in the Senior School (ages 11 to 18) and 360 in the Prep School (ages 3 to 11). The school is owned and run by the United Church Schools Trust[1] and is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). Ashford School was recently ranked one of the UK's top 20 coeducational, independent schools and was voted Independent School of the Year 2010. It was also a Good Schools Guide award winner in 2011 and at the Archant Good Schools Show it was voted one of the country's top five boarding schools. Located within walking distance from Ashford International railway station which is just 37 minutes from London by high-speed train, the school also benefits from rapid access to the continent via Eurostar. The London airports are all within 90 minutes and it runs a bus service to the surrounding towns and villages. Boarding life starts at age 10 at Ashford School where pupils can choose a range of boarding options: flexi, weekly or full. The school has 3 boarding houses: Junior boarding house Brooke & Refuge and senior boarding houses Brabourne and Alfred.

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Age: 11 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 476
Ashville College is a co-educational independent school for both day and boarding pupils aged 4–18 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. Its headmaster is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. It was founded in 1877 as a boarding school for boys by the United Methodist Free Church, and incorporated Elmfield College and New College, Harrogate in the 1930s. It is now open to non-Methodists and to those of non-Christian religions. The college accepted girls in 1982 and...Read more
Ashville College is a co-educational independent school for both day and boarding pupils aged 4–18 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. Its headmaster is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. It was founded in 1877 as a boarding school for boys by the United Methodist Free Church, and incorporated Elmfield College and New College, Harrogate in the 1930s. It is now open to non-Methodists and to those of non-Christian religions. The college accepted girls in 1982 and is fully co-educational. It thrives as the oldest independent school in Harrogate and owns an estate of 60 acres on the south side of the spa town.
Ashville College is a co-educational independent school for both day and boarding pupils aged 4–18 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. Its headmaster is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. It was founded in 1877 as a boarding school for boys by the United Methodist Free Church, and incorporated Elmfield College and New College, Harrogate in the 1930s. It is now open to non-Methodists and to those of non-Christian religions. The college accepted girls in 1982 and...Read more
Ashville College is a co-educational independent school for both day and boarding pupils aged 4–18 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. Its headmaster is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. It was founded in 1877 as a boarding school for boys by the United Methodist Free Church, and incorporated Elmfield College and New College, Harrogate in the 1930s. It is now open to non-Methodists and to those of non-Christian religions. The college accepted girls in 1982 and is fully co-educational. It thrives as the oldest independent school in Harrogate and owns an estate of 60 acres on the south side of the spa town.

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Age: 3 - 19
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 850
Aston University is a public research university situated at Gosta Green, in the city centre of Birmingham, England. Aston began as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School in 1895, evolving into the UK’s first College of Advanced Technology in 1956. Aston University received its royal charter from Queen Elizabeth II on 22 April 1966. Aston pioneered the integrated placement year concept over 50 years ago, with more than 70% of Aston students taking a placement year, the highest percentage...Read more
Aston University is a public research university situated at Gosta Green, in the city centre of Birmingham, England. Aston began as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School in 1895, evolving into the UK’s first College of Advanced Technology in 1956. Aston University received its royal charter from Queen Elizabeth II on 22 April 1966. Aston pioneered the integrated placement year concept over 50 years ago, with more than 70% of Aston students taking a placement year, the highest percentage in the UK. Established in 1895 as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School, The university is situated on a 60-acre campus at Gosta Green, in the city centre of Birmingham, England. As well as being home to over 3,000 students, the Aston University campus has the following amenities available: sports centres, swimming pool, 120 station gym, library, cafés, restaurants, pubs, shops, travel centre, hairdresser, health centre, dentist, places of worship, opticians, a bank, automated teller machines and plenty of outside space.
Aston University is a public research university situated at Gosta Green, in the city centre of Birmingham, England. Aston began as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School in 1895, evolving into the UK’s first College of Advanced Technology in 1956. Aston University received its royal charter from Queen Elizabeth II on 22 April 1966. Aston pioneered the integrated placement year concept over 50 years ago, with more than 70% of Aston students taking a placement year, the highest percentage...Read more
Aston University is a public research university situated at Gosta Green, in the city centre of Birmingham, England. Aston began as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School in 1895, evolving into the UK’s first College of Advanced Technology in 1956. Aston University received its royal charter from Queen Elizabeth II on 22 April 1966. Aston pioneered the integrated placement year concept over 50 years ago, with more than 70% of Aston students taking a placement year, the highest percentage in the UK. Established in 1895 as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School, The university is situated on a 60-acre campus at Gosta Green, in the city centre of Birmingham, England. As well as being home to over 3,000 students, the Aston University campus has the following amenities available: sports centres, swimming pool, 120 station gym, library, cafés, restaurants, pubs, shops, travel centre, hairdresser, health centre, dentist, places of worship, opticians, a bank, automated teller machines and plenty of outside space.

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Enrolment: 10835
International Students: 28%
Bablake School is a co-educational Independent school located in Coventry, England and founded in 1344 by Queen Isabella, making it one of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom (List of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom). Bablake is part of the Coventry School Foundation, a registered charity, along with King Henry VIII School, King Henry VIII Preparatory School and Cheshunt School. Bablake is a selective, fee-paying independent school and a member of the HMC. The Bablake site house...Read more
Bablake School is a co-educational Independent school located in Coventry, England and founded in 1344 by Queen Isabella, making it one of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom (List of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom). Bablake is part of the Coventry School Foundation, a registered charity, along with King Henry VIII School, King Henry VIII Preparatory School and Cheshunt School. Bablake is a selective, fee-paying independent school and a member of the HMC. The Bablake site houses two schools: a junior school that takes children between year 3 and year 6, and a senior school that takes children between year 7 and sixth form. Although the junior school is formally independent, its intake generally move up as a group to the senior school. In the main school, there are blocks allocated to specific subjects, such as science, art, design and technology, music and English combined, and a languages block. The school has a swimming pool and indoor sporting facilities on site including an indoor artificial climbing wall and fully equipped gym. It also has four tennis courts, which are used as netball courts at other times in the year. Off site there are four rugby pitches, hockey astroturf (with floodlights) and a cricket square.
Bablake School is a co-educational Independent school located in Coventry, England and founded in 1344 by Queen Isabella, making it one of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom (List of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom). Bablake is part of the Coventry School Foundation, a registered charity, along with King Henry VIII School, King Henry VIII Preparatory School and Cheshunt School. Bablake is a selective, fee-paying independent school and a member of the HMC. The Bablake site house...Read more
Bablake School is a co-educational Independent school located in Coventry, England and founded in 1344 by Queen Isabella, making it one of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom (List of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom). Bablake is part of the Coventry School Foundation, a registered charity, along with King Henry VIII School, King Henry VIII Preparatory School and Cheshunt School. Bablake is a selective, fee-paying independent school and a member of the HMC. The Bablake site houses two schools: a junior school that takes children between year 3 and year 6, and a senior school that takes children between year 7 and sixth form. Although the junior school is formally independent, its intake generally move up as a group to the senior school. In the main school, there are blocks allocated to specific subjects, such as science, art, design and technology, music and English combined, and a languages block. The school has a swimming pool and indoor sporting facilities on site including an indoor artificial climbing wall and fully equipped gym. It also has four tennis courts, which are used as netball courts at other times in the year. Off site there are four rugby pitches, hockey astroturf (with floodlights) and a cricket square.

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Age: 11 - 18
Enrolment: 893
Badminton School is an independent, boarding and day school for girls aged 3 to 18 years situated in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England. Named after Badminton House in Clifton where it was founded, the school has been located at its current site since 1924 and consistently performs well in the government's league tables, particularly at A Level. Miriam Badock established a school for girls in 1858 at Badminton House in Clifton. By 1898 it had become known as Miss Bartlett's School for Young L...Read more
Badminton School is an independent, boarding and day school for girls aged 3 to 18 years situated in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England. Named after Badminton House in Clifton where it was founded, the school has been located at its current site since 1924 and consistently performs well in the government's league tables, particularly at A Level. Miriam Badock established a school for girls in 1858 at Badminton House in Clifton. By 1898 it had become known as Miss Bartlett's School for Young Ladies. The school developed a broad curriculum, and extracurricular activities, including sport, were encouraged which was unusual for the time. The school grew steadily in size, and in 1924 moved to the present site, under the headship of Beatrice May Baker (1876–1973). Baker, known as BMB, was fundamental in shaping Badminton’s ethos and had a deep personal influence on individual pupils.
Badminton School is an independent, boarding and day school for girls aged 3 to 18 years situated in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England. Named after Badminton House in Clifton where it was founded, the school has been located at its current site since 1924 and consistently performs well in the government's league tables, particularly at A Level. Miriam Badock established a school for girls in 1858 at Badminton House in Clifton. By 1898 it had become known as Miss Bartlett's School for Young L...Read more
Badminton School is an independent, boarding and day school for girls aged 3 to 18 years situated in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England. Named after Badminton House in Clifton where it was founded, the school has been located at its current site since 1924 and consistently performs well in the government's league tables, particularly at A Level. Miriam Badock established a school for girls in 1858 at Badminton House in Clifton. By 1898 it had become known as Miss Bartlett's School for Young Ladies. The school developed a broad curriculum, and extracurricular activities, including sport, were encouraged which was unusual for the time. The school grew steadily in size, and in 1924 moved to the present site, under the headship of Beatrice May Baker (1876–1973). Baker, known as BMB, was fundamental in shaping Badminton’s ethos and had a deep personal influence on individual pupils.

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Age: 3 - 18
Gender: Girls
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 450
Bancroft's School is a co-educational independent school located in Woodford Green, London Borough of Redbridge. The school currently has around 1,000 pupils aged between 7 and 18, around 200 of whom are pupils of the Preparatory School and 800 of whom are pupils of the Senior School. Typically around 10% of students from the school go on to study at either Oxford or Cambridge. For the first two years, students study the following subjects: English, Maths, Spanish, German, Combined Science, D...Read more
Bancroft's School is a co-educational independent school located in Woodford Green, London Borough of Redbridge. The school currently has around 1,000 pupils aged between 7 and 18, around 200 of whom are pupils of the Preparatory School and 800 of whom are pupils of the Senior School. Typically around 10% of students from the school go on to study at either Oxford or Cambridge. For the first two years, students study the following subjects: English, Maths, Spanish, German, Combined Science, Drama, Religious Studies, Geography, PSHE, History, PE, Games, Music, Technology and Art. In the Remove year (Year 8), students choose two languages to study out of French, German, and Spanish, and also study Latin. In the Lower Fourth year (Year 9) students choose three subjects from Latin, Classics, Ancient Greek, Russian, French, Spanish and German and two creative subjects from Art, Music, Design Technology, Electronics and Drama. At GCSE level, all pupils take the following core subjects: English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Four additional subjects are chosen from the following, one of which must be a language: Art, DT, Electronics, Music, Spanish, German, French, Latin, Classical Civilisation, Classical Greek, Religious Studies, Geography, and History. The school has follows the IGCSE syllabi in Mathematics and English. Around a quarter of pupils take Mathematics a year early, going on to do an FSMQ in Additional Mathematics in the Fifth Form. A smaller number of pupils take French a year early, and then go on to study a third of the AS Level course, along with Critical Thinking as well, with the option of taking the Critical Thinking AS at the end of the year. A-Level students choose three to five (typically four) of the subjects offered by the school: Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Classical Greek, Critical Thinking, Design Technology, Drama, Economics, Electronics, English Literature, French, Geography, German, History, Latin, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Religious Studies and Spanish. There are also courses to AS level in Government and Politics and Music Technology. Theatre Studies, German (beginners), Spanish (beginners), Creative Writing, Computer Programming, Financial Studies, PPE (Politics, Philosophy, and Ethics), Geology, Astronomy, Mandarin Chinese, Carpentry, and Critical Thinking are also offered to Sixth Form students as a so-called Additional Studies option.
Bancroft's School is a co-educational independent school located in Woodford Green, London Borough of Redbridge. The school currently has around 1,000 pupils aged between 7 and 18, around 200 of whom are pupils of the Preparatory School and 800 of whom are pupils of the Senior School. Typically around 10% of students from the school go on to study at either Oxford or Cambridge. For the first two years, students study the following subjects: English, Maths, Spanish, German, Combined Science, D...Read more
Bancroft's School is a co-educational independent school located in Woodford Green, London Borough of Redbridge. The school currently has around 1,000 pupils aged between 7 and 18, around 200 of whom are pupils of the Preparatory School and 800 of whom are pupils of the Senior School. Typically around 10% of students from the school go on to study at either Oxford or Cambridge. For the first two years, students study the following subjects: English, Maths, Spanish, German, Combined Science, Drama, Religious Studies, Geography, PSHE, History, PE, Games, Music, Technology and Art. In the Remove year (Year 8), students choose two languages to study out of French, German, and Spanish, and also study Latin. In the Lower Fourth year (Year 9) students choose three subjects from Latin, Classics, Ancient Greek, Russian, French, Spanish and German and two creative subjects from Art, Music, Design Technology, Electronics and Drama. At GCSE level, all pupils take the following core subjects: English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Four additional subjects are chosen from the following, one of which must be a language: Art, DT, Electronics, Music, Spanish, German, French, Latin, Classical Civilisation, Classical Greek, Religious Studies, Geography, and History. The school has follows the IGCSE syllabi in Mathematics and English. Around a quarter of pupils take Mathematics a year early, going on to do an FSMQ in Additional Mathematics in the Fifth Form. A smaller number of pupils take French a year early, and then go on to study a third of the AS Level course, along with Critical Thinking as well, with the option of taking the Critical Thinking AS at the end of the year. A-Level students choose three to five (typically four) of the subjects offered by the school: Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Classical Greek, Critical Thinking, Design Technology, Drama, Economics, Electronics, English Literature, French, Geography, German, History, Latin, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Religious Studies and Spanish. There are also courses to AS level in Government and Politics and Music Technology. Theatre Studies, German (beginners), Spanish (beginners), Creative Writing, Computer Programming, Financial Studies, PPE (Politics, Philosophy, and Ethics), Geology, Astronomy, Mandarin Chinese, Carpentry, and Critical Thinking are also offered to Sixth Form students as a so-called Additional Studies option.

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Age: 7 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1100
Bangor University is a Welsh university in the city of Bangor in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales. It received its Royal Charter in 1885 and was one of the founding member institutions of the former federal University of Wales. It was officially known for most of its history as the University College of North Wales (UCNW), and later as the University of Wales, Bangor (UWB) (Welsh: Prifysgol Cymru, Bangor). From September 2007 it became known as Bangor University, having become independent fr...Read more
Bangor University is a Welsh university in the city of Bangor in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales. It received its Royal Charter in 1885 and was one of the founding member institutions of the former federal University of Wales. It was officially known for most of its history as the University College of North Wales (UCNW), and later as the University of Wales, Bangor (UWB) (Welsh: Prifysgol Cymru, Bangor). From September 2007 it became known as Bangor University, having become independent from the federal University of Wales. The University is divided into five Colleges and these are then broken down into Schools and Research Institutes. Bangor's Colleges, and their constituent Schools and Research Institutes.
Bangor University is a Welsh university in the city of Bangor in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales. It received its Royal Charter in 1885 and was one of the founding member institutions of the former federal University of Wales. It was officially known for most of its history as the University College of North Wales (UCNW), and later as the University of Wales, Bangor (UWB) (Welsh: Prifysgol Cymru, Bangor). From September 2007 it became known as Bangor University, having become independent fr...Read more
Bangor University is a Welsh university in the city of Bangor in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales. It received its Royal Charter in 1885 and was one of the founding member institutions of the former federal University of Wales. It was officially known for most of its history as the University College of North Wales (UCNW), and later as the University of Wales, Bangor (UWB) (Welsh: Prifysgol Cymru, Bangor). From September 2007 it became known as Bangor University, having become independent from the federal University of Wales. The University is divided into five Colleges and these are then broken down into Schools and Research Institutes. Bangor's Colleges, and their constituent Schools and Research Institutes.

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Enrolment: 8849
International Students: 23%
Barnard Castle School (colloquially Barney School or locally the County School) is a co-educational independent day and boarding school in the market town of Barnard Castle, County Durham, in the North East of England. It is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). It was founded in 1883 with funding from a 13th-century endowment of John I de Balliol and the bequest of the local industrialist Benjamin Flounders. The ambition was to create a school of the quality of the ...Read more
Barnard Castle School (colloquially Barney School or locally the County School) is a co-educational independent day and boarding school in the market town of Barnard Castle, County Durham, in the North East of England. It is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). It was founded in 1883 with funding from a 13th-century endowment of John I de Balliol and the bequest of the local industrialist Benjamin Flounders. The ambition was to create a school of the quality of the ancient public schools at a more reasonable cost, whilst accepting pupils regardless of their faith. Originally the North Eastern County School, the name was changed in 1924, but is still generally known locally as the "County School". The school is set in its own 50-acre (20 ha) grounds in Teesdale, within the North Pennines, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An on-site prep school caters for pupils aged 4 to 11, while the senior school caters for pupils aged 11 to 18. The school was previously funded by direct grant. Founded as an all-boys school, it has been fully co-educational since 1993.
Barnard Castle School (colloquially Barney School or locally the County School) is a co-educational independent day and boarding school in the market town of Barnard Castle, County Durham, in the North East of England. It is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). It was founded in 1883 with funding from a 13th-century endowment of John I de Balliol and the bequest of the local industrialist Benjamin Flounders. The ambition was to create a school of the quality of the ...Read more
Barnard Castle School (colloquially Barney School or locally the County School) is a co-educational independent day and boarding school in the market town of Barnard Castle, County Durham, in the North East of England. It is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC). It was founded in 1883 with funding from a 13th-century endowment of John I de Balliol and the bequest of the local industrialist Benjamin Flounders. The ambition was to create a school of the quality of the ancient public schools at a more reasonable cost, whilst accepting pupils regardless of their faith. Originally the North Eastern County School, the name was changed in 1924, but is still generally known locally as the "County School". The school is set in its own 50-acre (20 ha) grounds in Teesdale, within the North Pennines, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An on-site prep school caters for pupils aged 4 to 11, while the senior school caters for pupils aged 11 to 18. The school was previously funded by direct grant. Founded as an all-boys school, it has been fully co-educational since 1993.

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Age: 4 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 725
Battle Abbey School is an independent coeducational day and boarding school in the small town of Battle, East Sussex, England. The senior school occupies part of the town's ruined abbey complex, and it is from here that the school derives its name. The Abbey was initially constructed at the behest of the Norman invader William the Conqueror to commemorate his victory at the site over the Anglo-Saxon King of England, Harold Godwinson in 1066 AD. Subsequently, the abbey was partially destroyed ...Read more
Battle Abbey School is an independent coeducational day and boarding school in the small town of Battle, East Sussex, England. The senior school occupies part of the town's ruined abbey complex, and it is from here that the school derives its name. The Abbey was initially constructed at the behest of the Norman invader William the Conqueror to commemorate his victory at the site over the Anglo-Saxon King of England, Harold Godwinson in 1066 AD. Subsequently, the abbey was partially destroyed during the dissolution of the Monasteries under King Henry VIII. During this period many of the Abbey buildings were destroyed however the impressive 13th century Abbot’s house was preserved and passed into private hands. Numerous additional structures also survived including the imposing 14th century gatehouse (which now serves as the main school gate) as well as a ruined monks' dorter (dormitory). The School itself was founded in 1912, as St. Etheldreda's, Bexhill by May Jacoby and her sister Helen Sheehan-Dare. The school moved into the Abbey in 1922, with an enrollment of thirty three girls. Within the year there were one hundred girls and the Board of Education officially recognized the school in 1926. The aforementioned Abbot's house now forms the centrepiece of the senior school, with the preparatory school and nursery situated in the nearby town of Bexhill-on-Sea.
Battle Abbey School is an independent coeducational day and boarding school in the small town of Battle, East Sussex, England. The senior school occupies part of the town's ruined abbey complex, and it is from here that the school derives its name. The Abbey was initially constructed at the behest of the Norman invader William the Conqueror to commemorate his victory at the site over the Anglo-Saxon King of England, Harold Godwinson in 1066 AD. Subsequently, the abbey was partially destroyed ...Read more
Battle Abbey School is an independent coeducational day and boarding school in the small town of Battle, East Sussex, England. The senior school occupies part of the town's ruined abbey complex, and it is from here that the school derives its name. The Abbey was initially constructed at the behest of the Norman invader William the Conqueror to commemorate his victory at the site over the Anglo-Saxon King of England, Harold Godwinson in 1066 AD. Subsequently, the abbey was partially destroyed during the dissolution of the Monasteries under King Henry VIII. During this period many of the Abbey buildings were destroyed however the impressive 13th century Abbot’s house was preserved and passed into private hands. Numerous additional structures also survived including the imposing 14th century gatehouse (which now serves as the main school gate) as well as a ruined monks' dorter (dormitory). The School itself was founded in 1912, as St. Etheldreda's, Bexhill by May Jacoby and her sister Helen Sheehan-Dare. The school moved into the Abbey in 1922, with an enrollment of thirty three girls. Within the year there were one hundred girls and the Board of Education officially recognized the school in 1926. The aforementioned Abbot's house now forms the centrepiece of the senior school, with the preparatory school and nursery situated in the nearby town of Bexhill-on-Sea.

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Age: 2 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 303
Bedales School is a co-educational, boarding and day independent school in the village of Steep, near the market town of Petersfield in Hampshire, England. It was founded in 1893 by John Haden Badley in reaction to the limitations of conventional Victorian schools. Bedales is one of the most expensive public schools in the UK. The early Bedalian curriculum provided sound coverage of English and modern languages, science and design, while gardening, crafts, drama and nature walks also took pla...Read more
Bedales School is a co-educational, boarding and day independent school in the village of Steep, near the market town of Petersfield in Hampshire, England. It was founded in 1893 by John Haden Badley in reaction to the limitations of conventional Victorian schools. Bedales is one of the most expensive public schools in the UK. The early Bedalian curriculum provided sound coverage of English and modern languages, science and design, while gardening, crafts, drama and nature walks also took place. Academic standards in the early years oscillated through many phases of experimental syllabus. In September 2006 Bedales introduced 'Bedales Assessed Courses' (abbreviated to BACs), devised 'to move away from the constraints of too many externally examined courses, and to win back the freedom necessary to reflect the school's creative ethos, and its emphasis on the individual, in our teaching and learning'. Students in Blocks 4 and 5 (Years 10 and 11) combine five or seven GCSEs – English Language, Mathematics and a Modern Language GCSE, as well as IGCSE Double Award Science, are compulsory for all students in these years – with two or three BACs. Eleven BACs are offered: Ancient Civilizations, Geography, PRE (Philosophy, Religion and Ethics), English Literature, History, Art, Design, Dance, Classical Music, Theatre Arts and Outdoor Work.
Bedales School is a co-educational, boarding and day independent school in the village of Steep, near the market town of Petersfield in Hampshire, England. It was founded in 1893 by John Haden Badley in reaction to the limitations of conventional Victorian schools. Bedales is one of the most expensive public schools in the UK. The early Bedalian curriculum provided sound coverage of English and modern languages, science and design, while gardening, crafts, drama and nature walks also took pla...Read more
Bedales School is a co-educational, boarding and day independent school in the village of Steep, near the market town of Petersfield in Hampshire, England. It was founded in 1893 by John Haden Badley in reaction to the limitations of conventional Victorian schools. Bedales is one of the most expensive public schools in the UK. The early Bedalian curriculum provided sound coverage of English and modern languages, science and design, while gardening, crafts, drama and nature walks also took place. Academic standards in the early years oscillated through many phases of experimental syllabus. In September 2006 Bedales introduced 'Bedales Assessed Courses' (abbreviated to BACs), devised 'to move away from the constraints of too many externally examined courses, and to win back the freedom necessary to reflect the school's creative ethos, and its emphasis on the individual, in our teaching and learning'. Students in Blocks 4 and 5 (Years 10 and 11) combine five or seven GCSEs – English Language, Mathematics and a Modern Language GCSE, as well as IGCSE Double Award Science, are compulsory for all students in these years – with two or three BACs. Eleven BACs are offered: Ancient Civilizations, Geography, PRE (Philosophy, Religion and Ethics), English Literature, History, Art, Design, Dance, Classical Music, Theatre Arts and Outdoor Work.

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Age: 13 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 761
St. Bede's School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, consists of a senior school, preparatory school and pre-preparatory nursery which, along with the Legat School of Dance, form the St. Bede's School Trust, an educational charity. All three schools are independent and fee-paying. Fees can be as high as £30,000 depending on the package selected for a specific student. While the schools are on holiday, their sites form Bede's Summer School for exchange students. Bede's Senior School is a...Read more
St. Bede's School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, consists of a senior school, preparatory school and pre-preparatory nursery which, along with the Legat School of Dance, form the St. Bede's School Trust, an educational charity. All three schools are independent and fee-paying. Fees can be as high as £30,000 depending on the package selected for a specific student. While the schools are on holiday, their sites form Bede's Summer School for exchange students. Bede's Senior School is a secondary, co-educational boarding school with five boarding houses and five day houses, in the village of Upper Dicker, near Hailsham, with a total of 750 pupils. The Senior School site covers around 100 acres (400,000 m2) of area and was founded in 1979 by Mr. R. Perrin. Bede's Senior School offers academic scholarships based on the school's own tests, interview and reference, as well as in areas such as Music, Art, Drama and Sports. At GCSE there are over 60 subjects on offer. In the Sixth Form over 30 courses which may be A-Level, BTEC, National Diploma or Cambridge Pre-U. The Co-Curricular activities programme provides over 120 choices each week, and the teacher to student ratio is one to nine.
St. Bede's School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, consists of a senior school, preparatory school and pre-preparatory nursery which, along with the Legat School of Dance, form the St. Bede's School Trust, an educational charity. All three schools are independent and fee-paying. Fees can be as high as £30,000 depending on the package selected for a specific student. While the schools are on holiday, their sites form Bede's Summer School for exchange students. Bede's Senior School is a...Read more
St. Bede's School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, consists of a senior school, preparatory school and pre-preparatory nursery which, along with the Legat School of Dance, form the St. Bede's School Trust, an educational charity. All three schools are independent and fee-paying. Fees can be as high as £30,000 depending on the package selected for a specific student. While the schools are on holiday, their sites form Bede's Summer School for exchange students. Bede's Senior School is a secondary, co-educational boarding school with five boarding houses and five day houses, in the village of Upper Dicker, near Hailsham, with a total of 750 pupils. The Senior School site covers around 100 acres (400,000 m2) of area and was founded in 1979 by Mr. R. Perrin. Bede's Senior School offers academic scholarships based on the school's own tests, interview and reference, as well as in areas such as Music, Art, Drama and Sports. At GCSE there are over 60 subjects on offer. In the Sixth Form over 30 courses which may be A-Level, BTEC, National Diploma or Cambridge Pre-U. The Co-Curricular activities programme provides over 120 choices each week, and the teacher to student ratio is one to nine.

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Age: 11 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 755
Bedford Modern School (often called BMS) is a Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) independent school in Bedford, England. BMS comprises a junior school (ages 6–11) and a senior school (ages 11–18). Bedford Modern School is a unique independent day school, which provides an unpretentious environment allowing boys and girls aged 7 – 18 to reach their full potential whatever their strengths. Curriculum is planned from age seven through to 18 and is extremely flexible, all...Read more
Bedford Modern School (often called BMS) is a Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) independent school in Bedford, England. BMS comprises a junior school (ages 6–11) and a senior school (ages 11–18). Bedford Modern School is a unique independent day school, which provides an unpretentious environment allowing boys and girls aged 7 – 18 to reach their full potential whatever their strengths. Curriculum is planned from age seven through to 18 and is extremely flexible, allowing the typical student personal and academic breadth covering both traditional subjects with more recent and credible additions. In the Junior School, the form teacher leads the majority of the teaching ensuring the children are properly nurtured.
Bedford Modern School (often called BMS) is a Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) independent school in Bedford, England. BMS comprises a junior school (ages 6–11) and a senior school (ages 11–18). Bedford Modern School is a unique independent day school, which provides an unpretentious environment allowing boys and girls aged 7 – 18 to reach their full potential whatever their strengths. Curriculum is planned from age seven through to 18 and is extremely flexible, all...Read more
Bedford Modern School (often called BMS) is a Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) independent school in Bedford, England. BMS comprises a junior school (ages 6–11) and a senior school (ages 11–18). Bedford Modern School is a unique independent day school, which provides an unpretentious environment allowing boys and girls aged 7 – 18 to reach their full potential whatever their strengths. Curriculum is planned from age seven through to 18 and is extremely flexible, allowing the typical student personal and academic breadth covering both traditional subjects with more recent and credible additions. In the Junior School, the form teacher leads the majority of the teaching ensuring the children are properly nurtured.

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Age: 7 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1207
Bedford School is an HMC independent school for boys located in the county town of Bedford in England. Founded in 1552, it is the oldest of four independent schools in Bedford run by the Harpur Trust. Bedford School is composed of the Preparatory School (ages 7 to 13) and the Upper School (ages 13 to 18). There are around 1,100 pupils, of whom approximately a third are boarders. Bedford School has six houses. Each house is composed of a day house and an associated boarding house. The house na...Read more
Bedford School is an HMC independent school for boys located in the county town of Bedford in England. Founded in 1552, it is the oldest of four independent schools in Bedford run by the Harpur Trust. Bedford School is composed of the Preparatory School (ages 7 to 13) and the Upper School (ages 13 to 18). There are around 1,100 pupils, of whom approximately a third are boarders. Bedford School has six houses. Each house is composed of a day house and an associated boarding house. The house names, dating from the mid-nineteenth century, refer to areas of Bedford; boys were originally allocated a house based on the area of town in which they lived. Whilst these are the official house names, it is common for boarders to refer to their house by the name of their boarding house.
Bedford School is an HMC independent school for boys located in the county town of Bedford in England. Founded in 1552, it is the oldest of four independent schools in Bedford run by the Harpur Trust. Bedford School is composed of the Preparatory School (ages 7 to 13) and the Upper School (ages 13 to 18). There are around 1,100 pupils, of whom approximately a third are boarders. Bedford School has six houses. Each house is composed of a day house and an associated boarding house. The house na...Read more
Bedford School is an HMC independent school for boys located in the county town of Bedford in England. Founded in 1552, it is the oldest of four independent schools in Bedford run by the Harpur Trust. Bedford School is composed of the Preparatory School (ages 7 to 13) and the Upper School (ages 13 to 18). There are around 1,100 pupils, of whom approximately a third are boarders. Bedford School has six houses. Each house is composed of a day house and an associated boarding house. The house names, dating from the mid-nineteenth century, refer to areas of Bedford; boys were originally allocated a house based on the area of town in which they lived. Whilst these are the official house names, it is common for boarders to refer to their house by the name of their boarding house.

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Age: 7 - 18
Gender: Boys
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1122
Bellerbys College is a series of three (formerly four) private international boarding schools based in the UK (Cambridge, London and Brighton, and until 2017 Oxford), owned by Study Group International who also operate language schools under the name Embassy. Bellerbys College is coeducational, and teaches students from over 120 different countries. Bellerbys College Cambridge is a specialist college for science and engineering offering 1 Year GCSE, A Level and Foundation.
Bellerbys College is a series of three (formerly four) private international boarding schools based in the UK (Cambridge, London and Brighton, and until 2017 Oxford), owned by Study Group International who also operate language schools under the name Embassy. Bellerbys College is coeducational, and teaches students from over 120 different countries. Bellerbys College Cambridge is a specialist college for science and engineering offering 1 Year GCSE, A Level and Foundation.

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Age: 14 - 25
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 358
Benenden School is an independent boarding school for girls in Kent, England. It is located in Benenden in the Kentish countryside, between Cranbrook and Tenterden. It is the only remaining full boarding girls' school in the United Kingdom, meaning all pupils board at the school full-time. Benenden is a full-boarding school and has around 540 to 550 girls. Benenden states that its boarding ethos is to complement, not replace, family life. All students live in one of ten boarding houses. There...Read more
Benenden School is an independent boarding school for girls in Kent, England. It is located in Benenden in the Kentish countryside, between Cranbrook and Tenterden. It is the only remaining full boarding girls' school in the United Kingdom, meaning all pupils board at the school full-time. Benenden is a full-boarding school and has around 540 to 550 girls. Benenden states that its boarding ethos is to complement, not replace, family life. All students live in one of ten boarding houses. There are six junior boarding houses (ages 11–16), consisting of Marshall, Medway, Guldeford, Echyngham, Norris and Hemsted. The senior students, in their last two years (16–18), go to Sixth Form houses called Beeches, Elms, Limes and Oaks, which make up the Sixth Form Centre, known as Founders. Sixth Formers remain members of their junior house and take up positions of responsibility in them. Founders has 184 single study bedrooms.
Benenden School is an independent boarding school for girls in Kent, England. It is located in Benenden in the Kentish countryside, between Cranbrook and Tenterden. It is the only remaining full boarding girls' school in the United Kingdom, meaning all pupils board at the school full-time. Benenden is a full-boarding school and has around 540 to 550 girls. Benenden states that its boarding ethos is to complement, not replace, family life. All students live in one of ten boarding houses. There...Read more
Benenden School is an independent boarding school for girls in Kent, England. It is located in Benenden in the Kentish countryside, between Cranbrook and Tenterden. It is the only remaining full boarding girls' school in the United Kingdom, meaning all pupils board at the school full-time. Benenden is a full-boarding school and has around 540 to 550 girls. Benenden states that its boarding ethos is to complement, not replace, family life. All students live in one of ten boarding houses. There are six junior boarding houses (ages 11–16), consisting of Marshall, Medway, Guldeford, Echyngham, Norris and Hemsted. The senior students, in their last two years (16–18), go to Sixth Form houses called Beeches, Elms, Limes and Oaks, which make up the Sixth Form Centre, known as Founders. Sixth Formers remain members of their junior house and take up positions of responsibility in them. Founders has 184 single study bedrooms.

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Age: 11 - 18
Gender: Girls
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 485
Berkhamsted School is an independent school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England. The present school was formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of the original Berkhamsted Grammar School, founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, Berkhamsted School for Girls, established in 1888, and Berkhamsted Preparatory School. The new merged school was initially called Berkhamsted Collegiate School, but reverted to Berkhamsted School in 2008. In 2011 Berkhamsted School merged with Heatherto...Read more
Berkhamsted School is an independent school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England. The present school was formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of the original Berkhamsted Grammar School, founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, Berkhamsted School for Girls, established in 1888, and Berkhamsted Preparatory School. The new merged school was initially called Berkhamsted Collegiate School, but reverted to Berkhamsted School in 2008. In 2011 Berkhamsted School merged with Heatherton House School, a girls' preparatory school in Amersham, to form the Berkhamsted Schools Group.Berkhamsted School is a "diamond school" in which pupils are taught coeducationally in the Pre-Prep School, Prep School and Sixth Form, but independently in the traditional Senior years, between the ages of 11 and 16. The school has four main sites: the Pre-Prep School, the Prep School, the Castle Street Campus and Kings Road Campus (the latter two being the original boys' and girls' schools respectively). The School is noted for its distinctive collegiate and pastoral structure, a varied sporting, outdoor education and cultural co-curricular programme and participation in the life of the local community.
Berkhamsted School is an independent school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England. The present school was formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of the original Berkhamsted Grammar School, founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, Berkhamsted School for Girls, established in 1888, and Berkhamsted Preparatory School. The new merged school was initially called Berkhamsted Collegiate School, but reverted to Berkhamsted School in 2008. In 2011 Berkhamsted School merged with Heatherto...Read more
Berkhamsted School is an independent school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England. The present school was formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of the original Berkhamsted Grammar School, founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, Berkhamsted School for Girls, established in 1888, and Berkhamsted Preparatory School. The new merged school was initially called Berkhamsted Collegiate School, but reverted to Berkhamsted School in 2008. In 2011 Berkhamsted School merged with Heatherton House School, a girls' preparatory school in Amersham, to form the Berkhamsted Schools Group.Berkhamsted School is a "diamond school" in which pupils are taught coeducationally in the Pre-Prep School, Prep School and Sixth Form, but independently in the traditional Senior years, between the ages of 11 and 16. The school has four main sites: the Pre-Prep School, the Prep School, the Castle Street Campus and Kings Road Campus (the latter two being the original boys' and girls' schools respectively). The School is noted for its distinctive collegiate and pastoral structure, a varied sporting, outdoor education and cultural co-curricular programme and participation in the life of the local community.

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Age: 11 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1460
Birkbeck, University of London is a public research university located in London, Bloomsbury, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London. Established in 1823 as the London Mechanics' Institute by its founder, Sir George Birkbeck, and its supporters, Jeremy Bentham, JC Hobhouse and Henry Brougham, Birkbeck has been one of the few institutions to specialise in evening higher education. Birkbeck's main building is based in the Bloomsbury zone of Camden, in Central ...Read more
Birkbeck, University of London is a public research university located in London, Bloomsbury, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London. Established in 1823 as the London Mechanics' Institute by its founder, Sir George Birkbeck, and its supporters, Jeremy Bentham, JC Hobhouse and Henry Brougham, Birkbeck has been one of the few institutions to specialise in evening higher education. Birkbeck's main building is based in the Bloomsbury zone of Camden, in Central London, alongside a number of institutions in the same borough. In partnership with University of East London, Birkbeck has an additional large campus in Stratford, next to the Theatre Royal. Birkbeck offers over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that can be studied either part-time or full-time, though nearly all lectures are given in the evening. Birkbeck's academic activities are organised into five constituent faculties which are subdivided into nineteen departments. It also offers many continuing education courses leading to certificates and diplomas, foundation degrees, and short courses. Research at Birkbeck in 11 subject areas is rated as ‘internationally excellent’ and ‘world leading’ while over 90 percent of Birkbeck academics are research-active. Birkbeck, being part of the University of London, shares the University’s academic standards and awards University of London degrees.
Birkbeck, University of London is a public research university located in London, Bloomsbury, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London. Established in 1823 as the London Mechanics' Institute by its founder, Sir George Birkbeck, and its supporters, Jeremy Bentham, JC Hobhouse and Henry Brougham, Birkbeck has been one of the few institutions to specialise in evening higher education. Birkbeck's main building is based in the Bloomsbury zone of Camden, in Central ...Read more
Birkbeck, University of London is a public research university located in London, Bloomsbury, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London. Established in 1823 as the London Mechanics' Institute by its founder, Sir George Birkbeck, and its supporters, Jeremy Bentham, JC Hobhouse and Henry Brougham, Birkbeck has been one of the few institutions to specialise in evening higher education. Birkbeck's main building is based in the Bloomsbury zone of Camden, in Central London, alongside a number of institutions in the same borough. In partnership with University of East London, Birkbeck has an additional large campus in Stratford, next to the Theatre Royal. Birkbeck offers over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that can be studied either part-time or full-time, though nearly all lectures are given in the evening. Birkbeck's academic activities are organised into five constituent faculties which are subdivided into nineteen departments. It also offers many continuing education courses leading to certificates and diplomas, foundation degrees, and short courses. Research at Birkbeck in 11 subject areas is rated as ‘internationally excellent’ and ‘world leading’ while over 90 percent of Birkbeck academics are research-active. Birkbeck, being part of the University of London, shares the University’s academic standards and awards University of London degrees.

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Enrolment: 6870
International Students: 39%

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Age: 4 - 18
Gender: Boys, Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: -1000
Bishop's Stortford College is a leading independent, co-educational day and boarding school for pupils from the ages of four to eighteen, with a 130-acre (0.53 km2) campus located on the edge of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. As an "all-through" school it is a member of both the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools. Bishop's Stortford College was founded in 1868 by a group of prominent Nonconformists in East Anglia who wa...Read more
Bishop's Stortford College is a leading independent, co-educational day and boarding school for pupils from the ages of four to eighteen, with a 130-acre (0.53 km2) campus located on the edge of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. As an "all-through" school it is a member of both the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools. Bishop's Stortford College was founded in 1868 by a group of prominent Nonconformists in East Anglia who wanted to establish a public school "in which Evangelical Nonconformists might secure for their boys an effective and Christian education on terms that should not be beyond the reach of the middle class generally. It was built on an old school called Newbury which is one of the Junior Schools Houses." Bishop's Stortford College today caters for girls and boys from the age of 4 to 18 years within the 130-acre (0.53 km2) campus. Belonging to one of the Stortford houses continues to be a major part of life for all Senior School pupils and Prep School boarders. There are nine houses in total in the senior school; Benson House (girls day), Alliot House (girls day), Young House (girls boarding), Tee House (flexi-boarding girls), Sutton House (boys day), Collett House (boys day), Hayward House (boys day), School House (boys boarding), and Robert Pearce House (boys boarding).
Bishop's Stortford College is a leading independent, co-educational day and boarding school for pupils from the ages of four to eighteen, with a 130-acre (0.53 km2) campus located on the edge of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. As an "all-through" school it is a member of both the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools. Bishop's Stortford College was founded in 1868 by a group of prominent Nonconformists in East Anglia who wa...Read more
Bishop's Stortford College is a leading independent, co-educational day and boarding school for pupils from the ages of four to eighteen, with a 130-acre (0.53 km2) campus located on the edge of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. As an "all-through" school it is a member of both the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference and the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools. Bishop's Stortford College was founded in 1868 by a group of prominent Nonconformists in East Anglia who wanted to establish a public school "in which Evangelical Nonconformists might secure for their boys an effective and Christian education on terms that should not be beyond the reach of the middle class generally. It was built on an old school called Newbury which is one of the Junior Schools Houses." Bishop's Stortford College today caters for girls and boys from the age of 4 to 18 years within the 130-acre (0.53 km2) campus. Belonging to one of the Stortford houses continues to be a major part of life for all Senior School pupils and Prep School boarders. There are nine houses in total in the senior school; Benson House (girls day), Alliot House (girls day), Young House (girls boarding), Tee House (flexi-boarding girls), Sutton House (boys day), Collett House (boys day), Hayward House (boys day), School House (boys boarding), and Robert Pearce House (boys boarding).

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Age: 4 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1080
Bishopsgate School is a non-denominational co-educational independent school, with pupils aged 3 to 13, in Englefield Green, Surrey. The school is set in 20 acres (81,000 m2) of land adjacent to Windsor Great Park. It is classed as an IAPS Preparatory School. The school stands on the site of Scaitcliffe, a former preparatory boys school. Bishopsgate School was formed by the merging of Scaitcliffe and Virginia Water preparatory school in 1996. The age range is 3 years old to 13 years old...Read more
Bishopsgate School is a non-denominational co-educational independent school, with pupils aged 3 to 13, in Englefield Green, Surrey. The school is set in 20 acres (81,000 m2) of land adjacent to Windsor Great Park. It is classed as an IAPS Preparatory School. The school stands on the site of Scaitcliffe, a former preparatory boys school. Bishopsgate School was formed by the merging of Scaitcliffe and Virginia Water preparatory school in 1996. The age range is 3 years old to 13 years old.
Bishopsgate School is a non-denominational co-educational independent school, with pupils aged 3 to 13, in Englefield Green, Surrey. The school is set in 20 acres (81,000 m2) of land adjacent to Windsor Great Park. It is classed as an IAPS Preparatory School. The school stands on the site of Scaitcliffe, a former preparatory boys school. Bishopsgate School was formed by the merging of Scaitcliffe and Virginia Water preparatory school in 1996. The age range is 3 years old to 13 years old...Read more
Bishopsgate School is a non-denominational co-educational independent school, with pupils aged 3 to 13, in Englefield Green, Surrey. The school is set in 20 acres (81,000 m2) of land adjacent to Windsor Great Park. It is classed as an IAPS Preparatory School. The school stands on the site of Scaitcliffe, a former preparatory boys school. Bishopsgate School was formed by the merging of Scaitcliffe and Virginia Water preparatory school in 1996. The age range is 3 years old to 13 years old.

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Age: 3 - 13
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 370
Blundell's School is a co-educational day and boarding independent school located in the town of Tiverton in the county of Devon, England. It was founded in 1604 under the will of Peter Blundell, one of the richest men in England at the time, and moved to its present site on the outskirts of the town in May 1882. It was known until the 19th century as Tiverton Grammar School. Peter Blundell, one of the wealthiest merchants of Elizabethan England, died in 1601 having made his fortune principally ...Read more
Blundell's School is a co-educational day and boarding independent school located in the town of Tiverton in the county of Devon, England. It was founded in 1604 under the will of Peter Blundell, one of the richest men in England at the time, and moved to its present site on the outskirts of the town in May 1882. It was known until the 19th century as Tiverton Grammar School. Peter Blundell, one of the wealthiest merchants of Elizabethan England, died in 1601 having made his fortune principally in the cloth industry. His will set aside considerable money and land to establish a school in his home town "to maintain sound learning and true religion". Blundell asked his friend John Popham, Lord Chief Justice of England, to carry out his wishes, and appointed a number of local merchants and gentry as his first trustees (known as feoffees). The position of feoffee is no longer hereditary, but a number of notable local families have held the position for a considerable period: the first ancestor of the current Chairman of the Governors to hold that position was elected more than 250 years ago, and the Heathcoat-Amory family have a long tradition of service on the Governing Body, since Sir John Heathcoat-Amory was appointed in 1865.
Blundell's School is a co-educational day and boarding independent school located in the town of Tiverton in the county of Devon, England. It was founded in 1604 under the will of Peter Blundell, one of the richest men in England at the time, and moved to its present site on the outskirts of the town in May 1882. It was known until the 19th century as Tiverton Grammar School. Peter Blundell, one of the wealthiest merchants of Elizabethan England, died in 1601 having made his fortune principally ...Read more
Blundell's School is a co-educational day and boarding independent school located in the town of Tiverton in the county of Devon, England. It was founded in 1604 under the will of Peter Blundell, one of the richest men in England at the time, and moved to its present site on the outskirts of the town in May 1882. It was known until the 19th century as Tiverton Grammar School. Peter Blundell, one of the wealthiest merchants of Elizabethan England, died in 1601 having made his fortune principally in the cloth industry. His will set aside considerable money and land to establish a school in his home town "to maintain sound learning and true religion". Blundell asked his friend John Popham, Lord Chief Justice of England, to carry out his wishes, and appointed a number of local merchants and gentry as his first trustees (known as feoffees). The position of feoffee is no longer hereditary, but a number of notable local families have held the position for a considerable period: the first ancestor of the current Chairman of the Governors to hold that position was elected more than 250 years ago, and the Heathcoat-Amory family have a long tradition of service on the Governing Body, since Sir John Heathcoat-Amory was appointed in 1865.

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Age: 11 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 600
Bootham School is an independent Quaker boarding school in the city of York in North Yorkshire, England. It accepts boys and girls ages 3–19, and had an enrolment of 605 pupils in 2016. The school was founded by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and opened on 6 January 1823 in Lawrence Street, York. Its first headmaster was William Simpson (1823-1828). He was followed by John Ford (1828-c.1865). The school is now on Bootham, near York Minster, in a building originally built in 1804...Read more
Bootham School is an independent Quaker boarding school in the city of York in North Yorkshire, England. It accepts boys and girls ages 3–19, and had an enrolment of 605 pupils in 2016. The school was founded by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and opened on 6 January 1823 in Lawrence Street, York. Its first headmaster was William Simpson (1823-1828). He was followed by John Ford (1828-c.1865). The school is now on Bootham, near York Minster, in a building originally built in 1804 for Sir Richard Vanden Bempde Johnstone. Bootham was ranked at 43rd in the 2011 Independent Schools A-Levels League Tables.
Bootham School is an independent Quaker boarding school in the city of York in North Yorkshire, England. It accepts boys and girls ages 3–19, and had an enrolment of 605 pupils in 2016. The school was founded by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and opened on 6 January 1823 in Lawrence Street, York. Its first headmaster was William Simpson (1823-1828). He was followed by John Ford (1828-c.1865). The school is now on Bootham, near York Minster, in a building originally built in 1804...Read more
Bootham School is an independent Quaker boarding school in the city of York in North Yorkshire, England. It accepts boys and girls ages 3–19, and had an enrolment of 605 pupils in 2016. The school was founded by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and opened on 6 January 1823 in Lawrence Street, York. Its first headmaster was William Simpson (1823-1828). He was followed by John Ford (1828-c.1865). The school is now on Bootham, near York Minster, in a building originally built in 1804 for Sir Richard Vanden Bempde Johnstone. Bootham was ranked at 43rd in the 2011 Independent Schools A-Levels League Tables.

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Age: 3 - 19
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 605
Bosworth Independent College is a private co-educational boarding school, located in Northampton, England. The College is part of Broadway Education.It was founded in 1977. The College educates a mixture of British, European and International students aged between 14–19 years. The College offers programmes for GCSE, A Level, University Foundation and English Language.Aside from the main Nazareth House building, the College has several other buildings around the Barrack Road and St. Georges ...Read more
Bosworth Independent College is a private co-educational boarding school, located in Northampton, England. The College is part of Broadway Education.It was founded in 1977. The College educates a mixture of British, European and International students aged between 14–19 years. The College offers programmes for GCSE, A Level, University Foundation and English Language.Aside from the main Nazareth House building, the College has several other buildings around the Barrack Road and St. Georges Avenue area.
Bosworth Independent College is a private co-educational boarding school, located in Northampton, England. The College is part of Broadway Education.It was founded in 1977. The College educates a mixture of British, European and International students aged between 14–19 years. The College offers programmes for GCSE, A Level, University Foundation and English Language.Aside from the main Nazareth House building, the College has several other buildings around the Barrack Road and St. Georges ...Read more
Bosworth Independent College is a private co-educational boarding school, located in Northampton, England. The College is part of Broadway Education.It was founded in 1977. The College educates a mixture of British, European and International students aged between 14–19 years. The College offers programmes for GCSE, A Level, University Foundation and English Language.Aside from the main Nazareth House building, the College has several other buildings around the Barrack Road and St. Georges Avenue area.

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Age: 14 - 21
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 320
Bournemouth Collegiate School is a co-educational independent day and boarding school based on two sites in Poole and Bournemouth, Dorset on the southern coast of England. The prep school (ages 2-11) is located at Poole and the senior school (ages 11-18) in the Bournemouth suburb of Southbourne. The school is the only coeducational independent school in the Bournemouth and Poole area. The school operates on split sites as a result of a merger between two independent schools, Wentworth College...Read more
Bournemouth Collegiate School is a co-educational independent day and boarding school based on two sites in Poole and Bournemouth, Dorset on the southern coast of England. The prep school (ages 2-11) is located at Poole and the senior school (ages 11-18) in the Bournemouth suburb of Southbourne. The school is the only coeducational independent school in the Bournemouth and Poole area. The school operates on split sites as a result of a merger between two independent schools, Wentworth College (Bournemouth) and Uplands School (Poole). The prep school is situated at the old Uplands site and the senior school at Wentworth. This new school is owned and operated by the United Church Schools Trust, which also owned its predecessor schools. The boarding facilities are built around the old Wentworth Lodge, in which Wentworth College was housed and which were once part of the Portman Estate. The house, built in 1872, was used by Viscount Portman as a summer residence for around six weeks every year.
Bournemouth Collegiate School is a co-educational independent day and boarding school based on two sites in Poole and Bournemouth, Dorset on the southern coast of England. The prep school (ages 2-11) is located at Poole and the senior school (ages 11-18) in the Bournemouth suburb of Southbourne. The school is the only coeducational independent school in the Bournemouth and Poole area. The school operates on split sites as a result of a merger between two independent schools, Wentworth College...Read more
Bournemouth Collegiate School is a co-educational independent day and boarding school based on two sites in Poole and Bournemouth, Dorset on the southern coast of England. The prep school (ages 2-11) is located at Poole and the senior school (ages 11-18) in the Bournemouth suburb of Southbourne. The school is the only coeducational independent school in the Bournemouth and Poole area. The school operates on split sites as a result of a merger between two independent schools, Wentworth College (Bournemouth) and Uplands School (Poole). The prep school is situated at the old Uplands site and the senior school at Wentworth. This new school is owned and operated by the United Church Schools Trust, which also owned its predecessor schools. The boarding facilities are built around the old Wentworth Lodge, in which Wentworth College was housed and which were once part of the Portman Estate. The house, built in 1872, was used by Viscount Portman as a summer residence for around six weeks every year.

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Age: 3 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 636
Bradfield College is a British co-educational independent school for boarding and day pupils, located in the small village of Bradfield in the English county of Berkshire. It is noted for producing plays in Ancient Greek and its Greek Theatre. The school is a member of the Rugby Group, which also includes Harrow School, Wellington College and Charterhouse School. The college was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Bradfield. According to the Good Schools G...Read more
Bradfield College is a British co-educational independent school for boarding and day pupils, located in the small village of Bradfield in the English county of Berkshire. It is noted for producing plays in Ancient Greek and its Greek Theatre. The school is a member of the Rugby Group, which also includes Harrow School, Wellington College and Charterhouse School. The college was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Bradfield. According to the Good Schools Guide, the "Pastoral, extra-curricular and academic aspects [are] all strong in a very beautiful setting. The school is unusually family-friendly and with exceptional boarding." The school, which admits pupils between the ages of 13–18, has been fully co-educational since September 2005. All first years pupils (Fourth Formers) enter a first year boarding house (Faulkner's) and then, from the second year (known as the Shell), they move to their main boarding houses for the remaining four years. The school motto is the Latin; Benedictus es, O Domine doce me Statuta Tua which means "You are blessed, Lord, Teach me your Laws."
Bradfield College is a British co-educational independent school for boarding and day pupils, located in the small village of Bradfield in the English county of Berkshire. It is noted for producing plays in Ancient Greek and its Greek Theatre. The school is a member of the Rugby Group, which also includes Harrow School, Wellington College and Charterhouse School. The college was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Bradfield. According to the Good Schools G...Read more
Bradfield College is a British co-educational independent school for boarding and day pupils, located in the small village of Bradfield in the English county of Berkshire. It is noted for producing plays in Ancient Greek and its Greek Theatre. The school is a member of the Rugby Group, which also includes Harrow School, Wellington College and Charterhouse School. The college was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Bradfield. According to the Good Schools Guide, the "Pastoral, extra-curricular and academic aspects [are] all strong in a very beautiful setting. The school is unusually family-friendly and with exceptional boarding." The school, which admits pupils between the ages of 13–18, has been fully co-educational since September 2005. All first years pupils (Fourth Formers) enter a first year boarding house (Faulkner's) and then, from the second year (known as the Shell), they move to their main boarding houses for the remaining four years. The school motto is the Latin; Benedictus es, O Domine doce me Statuta Tua which means "You are blessed, Lord, Teach me your Laws."

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Age: 13 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 769
Brentwood School is a selective, independent day and boarding school in Brentwood, Essex, UK. The school comprises a preparatory school, senior school and sixth form, as well as boarding provision for both boys and girls. The school is coeducational, and employs the "Diamond Model". The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, the IAPS, the AGBIS, and the AMDIS. Founded in 1557 and opened in 1558, the school has a Tudor schoolroom, a Victorian chapel and several ...Read more
Brentwood School is a selective, independent day and boarding school in Brentwood, Essex, UK. The school comprises a preparatory school, senior school and sixth form, as well as boarding provision for both boys and girls. The school is coeducational, and employs the "Diamond Model". The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, the IAPS, the AGBIS, and the AMDIS. Founded in 1557 and opened in 1558, the school has a Tudor schoolroom, a Victorian chapel and several Grade II listed buildings. Situated on Ingrave Road, astride Middleton Hall Lane and Shenfield Road, the school is set in over 72 acres (29 ha) of land in the centre of Brentwood. The school is separated into three sections: the preparatory school (ages 3 to 11), the senior school (ages 11 to 16) and the sixth form (ages 16 to 18). Brentwood operates in a diamond school format, in which the preparatory school and sixth form are co-educational while the senior school teaches boys and girls separately.
Brentwood School is a selective, independent day and boarding school in Brentwood, Essex, UK. The school comprises a preparatory school, senior school and sixth form, as well as boarding provision for both boys and girls. The school is coeducational, and employs the "Diamond Model". The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, the IAPS, the AGBIS, and the AMDIS. Founded in 1557 and opened in 1558, the school has a Tudor schoolroom, a Victorian chapel and several ...Read more
Brentwood School is a selective, independent day and boarding school in Brentwood, Essex, UK. The school comprises a preparatory school, senior school and sixth form, as well as boarding provision for both boys and girls. The school is coeducational, and employs the "Diamond Model". The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, the IAPS, the AGBIS, and the AMDIS. Founded in 1557 and opened in 1558, the school has a Tudor schoolroom, a Victorian chapel and several Grade II listed buildings. Situated on Ingrave Road, astride Middleton Hall Lane and Shenfield Road, the school is set in over 72 acres (29 ha) of land in the centre of Brentwood. The school is separated into three sections: the preparatory school (ages 3 to 11), the senior school (ages 11 to 16) and the sixth form (ages 16 to 18). Brentwood operates in a diamond school format, in which the preparatory school and sixth form are co-educational while the senior school teaches boys and girls separately.

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Age: 3 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1519
Brighton College is a boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 11–18 in Brighton, England. Brighton College Preparatory School, for children aged 8 to 13, is located immediately next to the College itself and shares many of its facilities. The Pre-Prep School, for children ages 3 to 8, has its own site close by. Brighton College was named UK School of the Year 2013 at the Independent Schools Awards on 14 November 2013. The judges cited "the college's extraordinary academic success (t...Read more
Brighton College is a boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 11–18 in Brighton, England. Brighton College Preparatory School, for children aged 8 to 13, is located immediately next to the College itself and shares many of its facilities. The Pre-Prep School, for children ages 3 to 8, has its own site close by. Brighton College was named UK School of the Year 2013 at the Independent Schools Awards on 14 November 2013. The judges cited "the college's extraordinary academic success (the only school in England to have seen exam results improve every single year for seven years), clear strategic vision, strong social mission and dynamic expansion". It was also named 'England's Independent School of the Year 2011-2012' by The Sunday Times. The school's Head Master, Richard Cairns, was awarded the title England's Public School Headmaster of the Year 2012 by Tatler magazine.
Brighton College is a boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 11–18 in Brighton, England. Brighton College Preparatory School, for children aged 8 to 13, is located immediately next to the College itself and shares many of its facilities. The Pre-Prep School, for children ages 3 to 8, has its own site close by. Brighton College was named UK School of the Year 2013 at the Independent Schools Awards on 14 November 2013. The judges cited "the college's extraordinary academic success (t...Read more
Brighton College is a boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 11–18 in Brighton, England. Brighton College Preparatory School, for children aged 8 to 13, is located immediately next to the College itself and shares many of its facilities. The Pre-Prep School, for children ages 3 to 8, has its own site close by. Brighton College was named UK School of the Year 2013 at the Independent Schools Awards on 14 November 2013. The judges cited "the college's extraordinary academic success (the only school in England to have seen exam results improve every single year for seven years), clear strategic vision, strong social mission and dynamic expansion". It was also named 'England's Independent School of the Year 2011-2012' by The Sunday Times. The school's Head Master, Richard Cairns, was awarded the title England's Public School Headmaster of the Year 2012 by Tatler magazine.

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Age: 3 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 710
Bromsgrove School, founded in 1553, is a co-educational independent public school in the Worcestershire town of Bromsgrove, England. The school comprises kindergarten, primary, and secondary sections. It is a founder member of the Headmaster's Conference. The school was first recorded in 1476 as a chantry school now 540 years old, and was re-established as a Tudor grammar school between 1548 and 1553. The preparatory school houses of Boulton (Matthew Boulton), Darby (Abraham Darby), Telford (Tho...Read more
Bromsgrove School, founded in 1553, is a co-educational independent public school in the Worcestershire town of Bromsgrove, England. The school comprises kindergarten, primary, and secondary sections. It is a founder member of the Headmaster's Conference. The school was first recorded in 1476 as a chantry school now 540 years old, and was re-established as a Tudor grammar school between 1548 and 1553. The preparatory school houses of Boulton (Matthew Boulton), Darby (Abraham Darby), Telford (Thomas Telford), Watt (James Watt), are named after famous British industrialists. The senior school is divided into eleven houses; 6 for boys, 4 for girls and one mixed.
Bromsgrove School, founded in 1553, is a co-educational independent public school in the Worcestershire town of Bromsgrove, England. The school comprises kindergarten, primary, and secondary sections. It is a founder member of the Headmaster's Conference. The school was first recorded in 1476 as a chantry school now 540 years old, and was re-established as a Tudor grammar school between 1548 and 1553. The preparatory school houses of Boulton (Matthew Boulton), Darby (Abraham Darby), Telford (Tho...Read more
Bromsgrove School, founded in 1553, is a co-educational independent public school in the Worcestershire town of Bromsgrove, England. The school comprises kindergarten, primary, and secondary sections. It is a founder member of the Headmaster's Conference. The school was first recorded in 1476 as a chantry school now 540 years old, and was re-established as a Tudor grammar school between 1548 and 1553. The preparatory school houses of Boulton (Matthew Boulton), Darby (Abraham Darby), Telford (Thomas Telford), Watt (James Watt), are named after famous British industrialists. The senior school is divided into eleven houses; 6 for boys, 4 for girls and one mixed.

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Age: 7 - 18
Gender: Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 1288
Broomwood Hall is a co-educational pre-preparatory and preparatory school located in Wandsworth, London SW, catering for children from the age of 4 until they are ready to go to their next schools at 8 years of age (boys) or 11 or 13 years (girls). There are two pre-preparatory departments which are run in parallel based at The Old Vicarage and 50 Nightingale Lane, SW12 and 3 Garrad's Road in SW16. The School is run on traditional lines, with a Christian philosophy and ethos. It seeks to prov...Read more
Broomwood Hall is a co-educational pre-preparatory and preparatory school located in Wandsworth, London SW, catering for children from the age of 4 until they are ready to go to their next schools at 8 years of age (boys) or 11 or 13 years (girls). There are two pre-preparatory departments which are run in parallel based at The Old Vicarage and 50 Nightingale Lane, SW12 and 3 Garrad's Road in SW16. The School is run on traditional lines, with a Christian philosophy and ethos. It seeks to provide an unrivalled excellence of education, both inside and outside the classroom, with particular emphasis on self-discipline and confidence, a sense of duty and responsibility, and good manners, courtesy and tolerance of others.
Broomwood Hall is a co-educational pre-preparatory and preparatory school located in Wandsworth, London SW, catering for children from the age of 4 until they are ready to go to their next schools at 8 years of age (boys) or 11 or 13 years (girls). There are two pre-preparatory departments which are run in parallel based at The Old Vicarage and 50 Nightingale Lane, SW12 and 3 Garrad's Road in SW16. The School is run on traditional lines, with a Christian philosophy and ethos. It seeks to prov...Read more
Broomwood Hall is a co-educational pre-preparatory and preparatory school located in Wandsworth, London SW, catering for children from the age of 4 until they are ready to go to their next schools at 8 years of age (boys) or 11 or 13 years (girls). There are two pre-preparatory departments which are run in parallel based at The Old Vicarage and 50 Nightingale Lane, SW12 and 3 Garrad's Road in SW16. The School is run on traditional lines, with a Christian philosophy and ethos. It seeks to provide an unrivalled excellence of education, both inside and outside the classroom, with particular emphasis on self-discipline and confidence, a sense of duty and responsibility, and good manners, courtesy and tolerance of others.

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Age: 4 - 13
Gender: Boys, Girls, Co-Ed
Boarding: Yes
Enrolment: 679
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