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Merchiston Castle School

A balanced curriculum, excellent pastoral care and a high A level pass rate make Merchiston one of the UK’s leading independent schools

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Roedean

Why Roedean? Roedean offers the kind of teaching, learning and all round experiences that enables every single girl to find her passion and voice. Girls grow up at their own…

Moreton Hall School

Moreton Hall School

Moreton Hall is a forward-looking school which values academic success and extra-curricular achievement equally.

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Withington Girls’ School

Withington Girls’ School was founded in 1890 by a small group of eminent and far-sighted Manchester families who wanted the same educational opportunities to be available for their daughters as were…

Ellesmere College

Ellesmere College

Founded in 1884, Ellesmere is a co-educational boarding and day school which offers students between the ages of seven and 18 a platform for academic success and personal development.

King’s Ely

Nestled in the heart of the beautiful cathedral city of Ely in Cambridgeshire, King’s Ely is an inspiringly visionary independent co-educational day and boarding school, yet one that is built…

St Mary's Calne

St Mary’s Calne

St Mary’s Calne is an independent boarding and day school for girls aged 11-18, a happy, purposeful and flourishing community of around 360 pupils with an 80% to 20% boarding…

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The King’s School, Canterbury

The King’s School in Canterbury is an atmospheric, elegant and academic school drenched in history – it was founded at the end of the 6th century – and beauty, within…

Rockport School

Rockport School

Rockport School was founded in 1906, partly to prepare boys for the Royal Naval College at Dartmouth, it has its own beach on Belfast Lough, so there’s kayaking and sailing.…

St Thomas More Catholic School

St Thomas More Catholic School

St Thomas More Catholic School, a Roman Catholic State school in the west Gateshead catchment area, with its reputation for high academic expectations and strong principles, has a long waiting list.…

Campbell College

Campbell College

Campbell College is one of only two Category B schools (a grammar that’s retained its assets and autonomy) in Northern Ireland. It’s sited in 100 acres in east Belfast and…

Oundle School

Oundle School

The historic and hugely successful Oundle School, set in a delightful market town but within easy reach of London (Peterborough to London King’s Cross takes 45 minutes by train), offers…

Nottingham High School

Nottingham High School

Originally founded in 1513 in the city’s Lace Market, it moved in 1868 to its present site, a mix of old, 1980s and modern buildings, and now takes girls, with…

Gresham’s

Gresham’s

Gresham’s may be situated amid 200 acres in the far, eastern reaches of north Norfolk, just four miles from the glorious coastline, but the school – which was originally founded as…

Abingdon

Abingdon

A historic school (founded in 1256) with a stimulating atmosphere, it actively encourages a multi-denominational, multi-cultural feel: school magazines include The Polyglot, which has articles in foreign languages about foreign…

Sibford

Sibford

Sibford is Quaker school (although few pupils are Quakers) that promotes the values of respect and contemplation, set in a beautiful village surrounded by farmland in a horsey area (the…

Lincoln Minster School

Lincoln Minster School

Musical standards are high at Lincoln Minster School, an outward-looking cathedral school – the chamber choir performed on Howard Goodall’s album Inspired. It was formed in 1996 by the merging of three…

Loughborough Grammar School

Loughborough Grammar School

Loughborough Grammar School, which is linked to (co-ed) Fairfield prep, challenges the notion that boys do better in mixed schools, presenting research that shows results in a boys-only school improves…

Glenalmond College

Glenalmond College

William Gladstone founded Glenalmond College in 1847 to keep young men away from the perils of the city and it certainly offers fresh air and wholesome, bracing activities: fishing on…

Benenden

Benenden

Benenden is a famous traditional, atmospheric girls’ boarding school, founded in 1923 and set in 240 acres of landscaped grounds around the Earl of Cranbrook’s 19th-century family home built in Tudor/Jacobean…