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Stover School, South Devon: Situated between Plymouth and Exeter in South Devon on 60 acres of secure, beautiful grounds, Stover is one of south-west England's leading independent day and boarding schools for girls and boys aged 3 to 18 years. Stover School is a non-selective school and welcomes pupils of all abilities. We recognise that some pupils may need particular support in order to make the most of the opportunities offered by the school because of difficulties with learning and/or disabilities. We are proud of our record of achieving outstanding results at GCSE and A-Level, which are a testament to the hard work of the pupils and staff.
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Co-Educational Day & Boarding Programmes for students ages 3-18:
- Boarding Programmes (Ages 7-18)
- Day Programmes (Ages 3-18)
- Preparatory School
- Senior School
- GCSE Examinations
- Sixth Form
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Cambridge International School is are a very happy, hardworking, private school in Cambridge, a university town in the county of Cambridgeshire, in East Anglia in south east England, about 80 km (50 miles) north of London. We provide an inspiring, exciting education for children aged 3-16, made up of pupils from all over the world.
Located in the Cherry Hinton suburb of Cambridge, we are proud to serve families from from Cherry Hinton, Shelford, Grantchester and other communities throughout the Cambridge region.
We offer a broad and enriching curriculum, striving to achieve the highest educational standards in a caring and supportive environment.
Opened in 2006, the Cambridge International School now has classes for each year group from Nursery to IGCSE. A particular feature of the school is our commitment to providing an unpressurised learning environment based around a child’s readiness to learn.
The school has recently become accredited by the University of Cambridge to become a Cambridge International Centre. This is the school’s first full Ofsted inspection.
Infants Program; Nursery Program; Primary School; Junior School; Senior School. Subjects include English, maths, science, history, geography, French, Spanish, art, Business Enterprise, filming and sport.
The key concept for this School is based around readiness to learn; children who show an interest in learning to read will be encouraged to do so, others, who are not ready, will learn in different ways.
Hampton Court House, located in Surrey (35 minutes from London), South East England, is an independent co-educational school offering programs to children from Nursery (3.5 year olds) to Year 11 (16 year olds). Most children who come to Hampton Court House stay on to take GCSEs. Those who do wish to move on earlier are fully prepared for the 11+ and 13+ Common Entrance and scholarship examinations of the leading boys’ and girls’ schools. Hampton Court House was founded 8 years ago. Already we have grown into a school of almost 200 pupils. So we are a new school and yet a traditional school. The most important thing to us is that children enjoy being here and that they look forward each day to coming to school. We want to lay the foundations of a life long love of learning.
Fernhill School, in Glasgow, Scotland, is a Catholic independent school for children ages 3-18, that provides a nursery and primary programme for girls and boys, and a secondary programme for girls only. Standing on 9 acres of wooded grounds above the city of Glasgow, backing on to the Cathkin Braes, Fernhill School prioritizes the training of the intellect and will according to Christian principles, the development of habits of hard work, fostering good social relationships and success in studies. Fernhill School’s intention is to prepare pupils for entry to university, higher and further education.
School buses connect with various vantage points throughout Lanarkshire and Glasgow. Some of the starting points are Neilston, Paisley, Newton Mearns, Clarkston, New Stevenson, Bothwell, Airdrie, Hamilton, Carluke and Mollinsburn. Further details about their routes and pick-up points can be obtained from the school. Trains to Burnside Station also connect with a school bus.
Thomas's London Day Schools are a group of family run, co-educational schools for children from the ages of two and a half to thirteen. We offer first class Kindergarten, Lower, Middle and Upper School education in our preparatory schools throughout London. Thomas's educates over 1,850 children in Battersea, Clapham, Fulham and Kensington, with two Kindergartens, in Battersea and Pimlico. Children are taught from the age of two and a half up to senior school entry at the age of eleven or thirteen.
After kindergarten, children join their preparatory schools at the age of four. Pupils from Thomas's, Kensington and Thomas's, Fulham may transfer to Thomas's, Battersea or Thomas's, Clapham at the age of eleven. In these exploratory years, we offer a broad curriculum covering a wide range of subjects and skills so that by the time they leave us our pupils will have begun to identify individual areas of talent. Thus, in a positive and stimulating environment we ensure that each child achieves the best academic results of which he or she is capable.
Kindergarten Program; Lower School Program (Age 4 to 7); Middle School Program (Age 7 to 10); Upper School Program (Age 10 to 13). Our broad curriculum gives the pupils, during their formative years, the opportunity to explore a wide range of subjects and skills. French, Music, Drama, Art, Pottery, Ballet and PE are taught by specialist teachers.
Rochester Independent College, in the County of Kent, just east of London, offers a distinctive alternative to a conventional sixth form and a stepping stone between school and university.
Established in 1984, we accept day students from the age of 11. Boarding is available for A-level students and Year 11 students on GCSE courses who are aged 16 or older.
Students come to us from all over the UK and the world, as well as the local area. There are no bells ringing, no uniforms and everybody is on first name terms. The College has an atmosphere closer to university than school where students are treated as young adults.
About 65 of the College's 280 students are boarders. Our Halls combine the informality of a university residence with the supervision and pastoral support appropriate for young adults.
The College offers students the opportunity to thrive in an atmosphere of managed independence and acts as a stepping stone between school and university.
Our focus is on examination success in a lively, supportive and informal atmosphere. Students are encouraged to be themselves and achieve exam results that often exceed their expectations. Rochester Independent College is accredited by the ISC (Independent Schools Council).
Co-educational Secondary School Program for boys & girls ages 11 and up:
- Day Programs (ages 11 and up)
- Full Boarding Program (ages 16 and up)
- One or two-year GCSE courses in the Lower School
- One or two-year A-level courses in Sixth Form
- Retake programs – GCSE and A level
- Medical, Dental and Vet Science Programs
- Visual and Creative Art courses
- Film and Media Studies
- English as a Foreign Language (EFL)