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Aberdour School

Founded in 1933, Aberdour School is an independent preparatory day school for boys and girls aged 2 to 13 years. The school comprises a nursery and transition classes for 2 to 5 year olds, a pre-preparatory department for those 5 to 7 years and a preparatory school for those 7 to 13 years. The School is set in 12 acres of Surrey parkland and is located just 16 miles from central London. 

Alpha Prep School

Alpha Preparatory School is a small, friendly school with strong family values. The school accepts children from 4+ with classes having a maximum of 22 children.  They also have Alphabets nursery on site for children aged between 3 and 5 years.

Amesbury School

Amesbury School was Founded in Redhill in 1870 by The Reverand Edmund Fowle, the son of the Vicar of Amesbury in Wiltshire. The school moved to it's current location in hindhead in 1917. Amesbury School is a co-educational preparatory school in the Hindhead/Haslemere area, educating around 325 pupils between the age of 2 and 13.

Belmont, Mill Hill Preparatory School

Belmont is part of the Mill Hill School Foundation, which educates boys and girls from ages 3-18 years on three separate sites. Transfer through the Foundation is based upon successful continuous assessment, with the aim of delivering uninterrupted education throughout the pupil’s school life.

Chafyn Grove School

Chafyn Grove School is an independent co-educational day and boarding preparatory school situated on 12 acres of land on the edge of Salisbury in Wiltshire. Founded in 1879 by Mr W C Bird as an all boys school, it became Chafyn Grove School later in 1916, when it was renamed after its first benefactress Julia Chafyn Grove. 

Charterhouse School

Charterhouse School has over 400 years of history and moved from its original location in London, to its current 250 acre site in Godalming, Surrey in 1872. The School is predominantly a boarding school with around 800 pupils, taking boys from 13 to 18 years and girls 16 to 18 years.  

Clifton College

Founded in 1862, Clifton College is an Independent Boarding and Day School for girls and boys. Clifton College is separated into three areas, the Butcombe which is a pre-preparatory school and nursery for 3 to 8 year olds, a prep school which accommodates 400 students aged 8 to 13 and finally the upper school for around 700 pupils aged between 13 and 18, with 60% of these being boarders.  

Clifton High School

Founded in 1877 by visionaries with a belief in education for life, Clifton high School is a fully co-educational school for boys and girls aged between 4 and 18 years. The school is located in Bristol, and comprises a nursery, Senior School and High Sixth. The School now also offers places for students not only from England but also Internationally aged 16 + and are placed carefully with a chosen host family. 

Daiglen School

Founded in 1916 by Miss Gellatly, Daiglen School is a small family school based in Essex. In 1950, the School moved to its present building, and later in 2005 opened a nursery class for 3 year olds along with opening its doors to girls for the first time since the war. 

Derby High School

Established in 1892, Derby High School is split into three sections, a primary school for boys and girls aged 3 to 11, a senior school for girls aged 11 to 16 and finally a sixth form for girls aged 16 to 18. 

Epsom College

Epsom College is a day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 13 to 18 years. The School is set on 80 acres of estate only 15 miles from central London, the red bricks of St Luke’s Chapel and other original Victorian Buildings offer the 720 students of the school education. 

Europa School UK

We are delighted to be working with Europa School UK.

Europa School are based in Culham, just a stones throw from the world renowned Culham Science Park in the leafy county of Oxfordshire. They opened in September 2012 on the site of the European School which will eventually amalgamate with Europa in 2017 to become an all-through school.

Exeter School

Exeter School traces its origins from the opening of the Exeter Free Grammar School in August 1633, which later became the City’s School. The School is now an Independent day school for boys and girls aged between 7 and 18 years based in Exeter, Devon. 

Foley's School, Cyprus

Folley’s School is a private, independent, multinational, co-educational British day School based in Lemesos, Cyprus. With children at the School aged between 4 and 18/19, the School is represented by around 45 different nationalities although most of those have English as their main language. 

Glenalmond College

Glenalmond College is a co-educational full boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 12 to 18, situated on a 300-acre campus in the heart of the Perthshire countryside, just 8 miles from Perth and one hour from Edinburgh or Glasgow.

Glenalmond welcomes boys and girls, aged 12 to 18, as boarders or day pupils.  Most of the pupils are British, but also a number of pupils are from up to 16 different countries around the world.  There are about 400 pupils at Glenalmond College, an almost even balance of boys and girls. 

 

Grimsdell, Mill Hill Pre-Preparatory School

Grimsdell is a co-educational Pre-Preparatory School in the green belt of North West London and a full member of the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools (IAPS).

The school aims to provide a happy, secure and rich learning environment for children aged 3 to 7. We have a highly qualified team of staff who fill the children's day with a wealth of activities, encouraging each to develop their individual talents and abilities.

Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls

The original haberdashers’ Aske’s School was for boys and was founded in 1960 by Robert Aske in Haxton, however two centuries later the almshouses and school buildings were demolished and the Aske’s foundation was set up with new brother and sister schools, with the girls school being opened in June 1875. The school accepts girls from 4 to 18 years and is located in Elstree, Hertfordshire. 

Hallfield School

Hallfield School is a co-educational day preparatory school for around 550 children aged between 3 months and 11 years. The school is set in a 20 acre campus in Edgebaston, and is a Christian School (Church of England) which actively welcomes children from all religions. The School compromises of three sections; Hallifield first for 3 months to 2 years, the pre-prep school for 2 to 7 year olds and the upper school for those aged 7 to 11 years. 

Harrodian School

Founded in 1993, the Harrodian School has grown from just 65 pupils, to now having around 940 students. Located in London, the Harrodian School now has class sizes of around 22 pupils, with each having a Form Tutor and Head of Year.  

Herne Hill School

Founded in 1976 as a nursery, and expanding 10 years later to become a pre-preparatory School, Herne Hill School is an Independent Pre-Preparatory School and Nursery located in South East London, with approximately 250 boys and girls aged between 3 and 7 years. 

Hipperholme Grammar School

With the School’s earliest documented history being 1564 and in 1648 founder Matthew Broadley opened the first School in Hipperholme. Hipperholme Grammar School now caters for pupils between the ages of 3 and 18 in their Junior and Senior Schools. 

Kew College

Founded in 1927 by Mrs Ellen Upton in rooms over a shop in Kew, Kew College moved twice before settling at its current location on Cumberland Road, Surrey. The College educates boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 11 years. Mrs Ellen Upton’s daughter was one of the very first pupils.

Kew Green Preparatory School

Kew Green Preparatory School was founded in September 2004 as a sister school to Ravenscourt Park Preparatory School in Chiswick and is situated in a peaceful corner of Kew Green. Kew Green Preparatory School is committed to c-education and teaches pupils from 4 years to their secondary transfer at 11 years.  

Kew House School

Kew House School is a co-educational independent senior school for students aged 11-18 years. The school opened its doors for the first time in September 2013. It is the sister school to Ravenscourt Park and Kew Green Preparatory Schools and is owned by London Preparatory Schools Ltd, a family company founded by Maria and Edward Gardener, former secondary school teachers. 

King's College School

Founded by royal charter in 1829, King’s College School is based in Wimbledon, London and offers education for boys aged between 7 and 18 years and girls aged between 16 and 18 years in their Junior and Senior School. 

Lucton School

Lucton School was established in 1708 by John Pierrepont for boys aged 7 to 13 years from the local villages. Lucton School now offers education to boys and girls aged between 0 and 19 where they will go through their Nursery, Prep School, Senior/Middle School and finally their Sixth Form School. 

Manor House School

Manor House School was founded in Devon in 1920 by Miss Green and Miss Wheeler as two small classes. They later moved to Surrey in 1929 as they wanted to branch out into boarding and Devon was felt too far for families to travel from London. Manor House no longer has boarders however being a single sex Girls School they have still grown.  

Marlborough College

Founded in August 18430 by a group of Church of England clergymen and the backing of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Marlborough College had just 199 boys. The College is now a co-educational, independent boarding school for pupils aged between 13 and 18 years. The school is situated in Marlborough, Wilts. 

Mayville High School

Mayville is a small independent co-educational day School situated in the Heart of Southsea. Founded in 1897, Mayville High School offers children from 2 to 16 years education in their Early Years, Pre-Prep Junior or Senior School. Mayville High School also has a Dyslexia Unit along with offering a Gifted and Talented Programme. 

Merchant Taylors' School

Merchant Taylor’s School is a famous family of schools based in Crosby, just north of Liverpool. The School was founded in 1620, by John Harrison, a member of the Merchant Taylors’ Company. Merchant Taylors Boys School is an independent, non-denominational, day school for boys aged 11 to 18 years. 

Norland College

Norland College was founded in 1892 and is well known for its famous nannies. The college offers a unique undergraduate degree course in Early Years Development and Learning along with an e-learning foundation degree in Early Years Development and Learning. Most of those who complete these courses then go on to become Norland nannies. The college is open to both boys and girls, however it wasn't until more recently that they have their first boy nanny. 

North London Collegiate School

North London Collegiate School was founded in 1850 by Frances Mary Buss in the family home at 46 Camden Street in London, and has been educating girls since. The School is now located on Canons Drive, Middlesex, and is split into two sections, the Junior School and the Senior and Sixth Form. 

Norwich School

Norwich School is a co-educational, independent day school for pupils aged 7 to 18 years set in the Cathedral Close, Norwich. The School is divided into two sections, the Lower school for 7 to 11 year olds, and the Senior School for 11 to 18 year olds. 

Nottingham High School

Nottingham High school is an all boys school, divided into three sections; the Lovell house (infant school) for 4 to 7 year olds, the Junior School for those 7 to 11 years old and the Senior School for those 11 to 18 years. 

Parkside School

Parkside School was founded in 1879 by Mr T Hill in East Horsley, however around 100 years later, in 1979, the school moved to a beautiful 40 acre site on the banks of the River Mole in Cobham. Parkside School is predominantly a School for boys between the ages of 4 and 13 years. 

Pipers Corner School

Pipers Corner is an independent boarding and day school for girls in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. The school has around 580 students between the ages of 3 and 18 years, with three different age groups; pre-prep (3-7 years), prep (7-11 years) and the senior (11 - 18 years). 

Quainton Hall School

Established in central harrow at the end of the 19th Century (1897), Quainton Hall School is now an IAPS Preparatory School for boys aged between 4 and 13 years and girls between 4 and 11 years, with a nursery for those 2 ½ to 4 years. 

Ravenscourt Park Preparatory School

Ravenscourt Park Preparatory School is a co-educational, non-selective independent school for children aged four to eleven. The school provides an education of the highest quality, preparing children for transfer to the best and most selective Independent Schools. 

Royal Alexandra & Albert School

The Royal Alexandra & Albert school is a boarding school for girls and boys agred between 7 and 18. The School is small with only 64 pupils in their upper sixth and around 100 in the lower sixth, all studying over 20 subjects at A Level. The School is situated in Gatton Park, Surrey on 260 acres of parkland and three lakes. 

Royal Grammar School, Newcastle

The Royal Grammar School was founded in 1545 next to St Nicholas’ Cathedral and has since moved five times to its current location at Jesmond since 1906. The School has grown to around 1260 students in it, with more than 200 of who are in the Junior School and more than 380 in the sixth form. The School was originally a boys school, however welcomes girls for the first time in September 2008, the same year that the school became fully co-educational. 

Royal Russell School

Founded in 1853, The Royal Russell School is an independent school with Her Majesty the Queen as Patron. The School is situated in parkland and offers education for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 years, with boarding available in the Senior School. 

Shrewsbury School

Shrewsbury School is an independent school for 13 to 18 year old boys and girls from all over the country. The School was founded in 1552, originally as a boarding school for boys aged 13 to 18 years, however the school later opened to girls in September 2008. 

St Dunstan's College

St Dunstan’s College is an independent school for girls and boys aged between 3 and 18 years. The Foundation of the school has its origins in the parish of St Dunstan-in-the-East, and was established on St Dunstan’s Hill in the City of London, with the oldest remaining records dating back to 1272. 

St George's College, Weybridge

Founded in Croydon in 1869, St George's College is an Independent Roman Catholic Co-educational school for pupils aged between 11 and 18 years. The School had outgrown its origional location by 1884 and therefore moved to its current site at Woburn Park. 

St George's School, Ascot

St George’s School is an independent boarding and day school for girls aged between 11 and 18 years based in Ascot, Berkshire. The School was founded in 1877 by The Reverend Herbert William Sneyd-Kynnersly as a boys’ preparatory school with 41 pupils housed in what is now the Markham. St George’s School late became a girl’s school in 1904, when Miss Pakenham-Walsh opened a girl’s finishing school with 45 girls. 

St Helen's College

St Helen’s College is a further education college with around 7,500 students enrolled on over 600 different courses. Students come from across the North West and the college also worked with over 3,500 employers. 

St James' Junior Schools

Founded in 1975 with the aim of providing a complete education for boys and girls from 4 to 18 years, the three St James’ Schools are based in London and Surrey, with the Junior School and Senior Girls School being located in West London, close to Hammersmith and Kensington Olympia, the Senior Boys School is located on a 32 acre site in Ashford, Surrey. 

St James' Senior Boys' School

Founded in 1975 with the aim of providing a complete education for boys and girls from 4 to 18 years, the three St James’ Schools are based in London and Surrey, with the Junior School and Senior Girls School being located in West London, close to Hammersmith and Kensington Olympia, the Senior Boys School is located on a 32 acre site in Ashford, Surrey. 

St James' Senior Girls' School

Founded in 1975 with the aim of providing a complete education for boys and girls from 4 to 18 years, the three St James’ Schools are based in London and Surrey, with the Junior School and Senior Girls School being located in West London, close to Hammersmith and Kensington Olympia, the Senior Boys School is located on a 32 acre site in Ashford, Surrey. 

St Mary's School (Gerrards Cross)

Established in 1872 in Paddington, by the Sister of the community of St. Mary the Virgin, Wantage, St Mary’s School is an Independent school offering education for girls aged between 3 and 18 years. For a short period in the 1970’s boys were admitted up to the age of 7, but that stopped and since then, St Mary’s has been an all girls school. 

St Teresa's School, Effingham

St Teresa’s School was founded by the religious Order of Christian Instruction in 1928 with Effingham Hill House being the oldest part of the School, dating back to 1799. The original Nursery and Prep-School was opened in 1953, which has more recently been replaced by a beautiful state of the art School in 2009. Boarding is available to pupils at St Teresa’s School, from prep right through to sixth form. 

Stonar School

Stonar School was originally established at Stour House in Sandwich, which can be traced back as far as 1895.  Stonar School is now located on Cottles Park in Wiltshire, and is an Independent Day and Boarding School for girls aged 2 to 18 years and boys aged 2 to 11 years. 

Swaminarayan School

The Swaminarayan school was founded in 1992 by Pramukh Swami Maharaj, and was Europe’s first independent Hindu School. The school offers education or pupils aged between 2 and 16 years and is located in Neasden, London. 

The King's School, Canterbury

The king’s School, Canterbury is an independent, co-educational secondary school, based in Kent, with around 814 pupils, of whom 604 are boarders. The School is organised into 15 houses; 6 boy boarding houses, 6 girl boarding houses and 3 day houses.

The King's School, Worcester

The King’s school, Worcester is an independent co-educational day school for pupils aged 2 to 18 years based in Worcester. The three schools; two junior and one senior make up The King’s School, all of which are located around Worcester. 

The Mount, Mill Hill International

The Mount, Mill Hill International School, is located within its own newly refurbished campus just a short walk from the main Mill Hill School site, and its pupils are members of the wider Mill Hill School community. With a dedicated boarding house on the Mill Hill School site, International School pupils have full use of the Senior School’s excellent facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool, sports hall, library, theatre and music department.

The Royal Masonic School for Girls

The Royal Masonic School for Girls was founded in 1788 by Chevalier Ruspini and started with 15 pupils and a matron in Somers Place, East London. The school moved twice within London, before finally moving to Rickmansworth in 1934. The Royal Masonic School consists of a pre-school for boys and girls aged 2 to 4 years, a pre-prep and preparatory department for girls aged 4 to 11 years and a sixth form centre for the most senior girls. 

Thorngrove School

Thorngrove school is a family school, providing education for children aged 2 ½ to 13 years, set in 25 acres of beautiful grounds. The school was founded in 1988 by Nick and Connie Broughton, and has grown to now educating over 200 girls and boys.

UTC@MediaCityUK

We are a unique new school for 14-18 year olds who have a passion for shaping digital and creative content. Focused on the future employability of our students, we develop professional digital and media skills as part of an academically rich curriculum. Our students get hands-on, practical experience in our exciting specialisms of TV & Film, Graphics & Design, Radio & Audio, and Interactive Media & Gaming.

West Lodge School

West Lodge School is a co-educational preparatory school for 3 to 11 year olds set in Sidcup, Kent. The school was founded in 1940 with the main building being a Victorian House. 

Wilson's Hospital School

Wilson’s Hospital School is the Church of Ireland Diocesan Secondary School of Meath and Kildare and is a seven day boarding school, operating a five day teaching week, based in Ireland. 

Wycombe Abbey

Wycombe Abbey was founded by Miss Frances Dove on Vitoria’s Day, 26th September 1896 in the mansion. The school is now an all girls school which offers boarding for those between 12 and 17 years old, in one of their nine mixed age senior houses, each accommodating around 45 pupils and is located in Buckinghamshire. 

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