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800 acres for 700 boys

Date Posted: Wednesday, October 5th, 2016


Beautiful quadrangles and cloisters, boys in gowns and teachers known as “dons” and a headmaster called “The Warden”.  Radley College’s sprawling self-contained estate in prime Oxfordshire countryside was founded by an Oxford University Fellow, the Reverend William Sewell.

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May we let you in on a little secret?

Date Posted: Saturday, September 24th, 2016


An all girl’s school, set in the heart of the academically vibrant city of Cambridge, with outstanding pastoral care and excellent academic results.

Come and meet St Mary’s School, Cambridge at BESSA 2016!

Parent testimonials | St Mary’s School, Cambridge Read through our

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What is a quality school that defies any label?

Date Posted: Wednesday, September 21st, 2016


Tonbridge will say it includes doing all it can to help a boy achieve his potential. Small set sizes (through a high teacher/pupil ratio of 1:8) and exceptional commitment from teachers. Every boy is encouraged to develop a full range of creative skills,

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The new age of learning is taking off online!

Date Posted: Monday, September 19th, 2016


Keystone Tutors has an established itself as a leading provider of one-to-one tutoring and guidance to students who are looking to join top UK schools, universities or following the UK curriculum. Their London based team is able to advise on all aspects of

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My School in a National Park

Date Posted: Wednesday, September 7th, 2016


How lucky am I? As a Sedberghian, my school in the Yorkshire Dales National Park offers 35 sports including sailing, rugby, tennis, hockey, cricket, netball, shooting, athletics, cross country, fives, football, squash, swimming, tennis, mountain biking, canoeing, horse riding, fell walking, caving and

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Sevenoaks: The best IB school in the world?

Date Posted: Saturday, September 3rd, 2016


It is widely recognised that Sevenoaks is one of the leading IB schools in the world.

Exceptional results in 2016 saw 7 students achieving the maximum 45 points, 21 students securing 44 points and another 28 with 43 points. An extraordinary 60% of

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Heading across the pond with Malvern

Date Posted: Sunday, August 28th, 2016


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More and more students from UK schools are heading across the pond to universities in the United States. Malvern College is now an SAT test centre, offering the test 6 times a year. A Lower Sixth student this year achieved

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An environment that inspires

Date Posted: Friday, August 26th, 2016


Education has been part of life in and around Norwich’s Cathedral Close for over 900 years.

Notable Old Norvicensians include Horatio – Viscount Nelson and a long list of distinguished former pupils such as Sir Edward Coke, Humphry Repton, Lt Col Derek Seagrim

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Rugby at rugby

Date Posted: Thursday, August 25th, 2016


Did you know?

The sport of rugby is named after Rugby School, where the game was first played. The game is said to have been invented in 1823 when William Webb Ellis caught the ball while playing a game of football at school,

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