Shropshire private schools: Sixth form college in West Midlands UK, independent primary school & secondary boarding school for boys & girls. Pre-school & nursery school programmes, childcare service in Oswestry area.
Oswestry School, Shropshire: Situated in Oswestry, Shropshire, in the West Midlands of England, Oswestry School is an independent, co-educational day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 4-18. Set in 50 acres of attractive grounds, the school overlooks the old market town of Oswestry and the broad reach of the Shropshire plain. Each boarding house is run by houseparents who lead a team of dedicated staff to care for the pupils in their charge. The staff are supportive and understanding, providing on-going guidance throughout the student’s time at the school and ensuring that new boarders soon settle in with the existing pupils.
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Primary & Secondary School Day & Boarding Programmes:
- Day Programmes for boys and girls 4-18 years
- Boarding Programmes for boys and girls 11-18 years
- Prepcare Nursery Section
- Lower School
- Upper School
- Sixth Form
- English as an acquired language (EAL) Lessons for international students
Northwood Prep. occupies an historic site and is conveniently situated near Watford and Rickmansworth, with easy access from major motorways, central London and is also well served by main and tube lines and bus routes. The school is divided into 3 sections: Nursery School (boys and girls age 3+) Little Terry's;
Junior School (boys ages 4-7), includes Reception; Senior School (boys ages 7-13). We seek to develop character and a right sense of values. We aim not only to deliver high levels of teaching and learning, but also to cater for the needs of each pupil.
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)
Located in Friern Barnet, in the borough of Barnet in north London, North London International School (NLIS) is one of the UK's leading international schools. Recognised by the Council of International Schools (CIS), we are an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, and was one of the first in the UK to offer the full IB Programme. We teach boys and girls between the ages of 2-18. About 60% of our students are from the local North London area and the rest are international students.
We also offer a Quest programme with one-to-one tuition in reading, maths, writing and organisation, the arts, athletics and English as an additional language. We have a simple passion: to help your child to achieve more. We work together to provide a caring, stimulating and happy learning environment where our aim is to develop all children in our care to achieve the most possible and to prepare them for life as responsible, confident, articulate and industrious individuals. Our staff are committed to developing a child’s potential through structured and excellent teaching and through the sensitive and caring relationships that are nurtured with every individual.
- The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) - ages 2-5
- The Primary Years Programme (PYP) - ages 3-11
- The Middle Years Programme (MYP) - ages 11-16
- The Diploma Programme (DP) - ages 16-19
- Quest Programme with One-on-One Tuition in reading, maths, writing and organisation
- Arts Programme
- Athletics Programme
- We also offer English as an Additional Language
- Boarding & Homestay programmes available
Located in Taunton, Somerset, in the South West of England, Taunton School is a private, independent boarding and day school for boys and girls ages 0-7 that incorporates a nursery school & pre-preparatory school. Children can enter Taunton Nursery School from after birth, most usually following maternity leave to suit parental needs and can join at any point during the year, depending on availability of places.
Children progress through three stages of Tounton Nursery School from ages 0-4. From here, they will move up into the first year of the Pre-Prep in the September following their fourth birthday. Alternatively they can join at an stage in the Pre-Prep Department.
In the Pre-Prep, we very much believe that education is a partnership between school and home. We recognise and encourage the central role that parents play in their child's learning and development. To achieve this, we strive to inform and involve parents as much as we possibly can. Our aim is to produce well-rounded, articulate children by providing a balanced curriculum covering all aspects of their development - social, emotional, physical and intellectual.
Worth School is a Benedictine (Catholic) independent co-educational day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 11-18. The school is situated in Turners Hill, West Sussex, in South East England, only 50 km from London and 12 km from Gatwick Airport. At Worth, we see our pupils as 'Lanterns to Light'. Inspiring pupils to think, learn, create, imagine and perform is crucial if each individual is to develop their intellectual potential. Pupils are not merely taught what they need to know but, much more importantly, how to learn.
Academic Excellence is achieved primarily by excellent teaching and also by the application of new approaches to learning and a variety of exciting opportunities in which to discover and learn. A major strength of the school is the broad curriculum and the all-round education that pupils enjoy. Worth is proud to offer the International Baccalaureate alongside the traditional A Level curriculum, so that Sixth Form pupils can have as wide a choice as possible in the type of curriculum that suits them best. Examination results in both the IB and A Levels are high and our students enter the very best universities in the UK and abroad.
- Day Programmes for boys and girls aged 11-18
- Boarding Programmes for boys from Year 7 upwards, for girls as of Year 9
- Lower School
- Middle School
- Senior School
- Sixth Form
- International Baccalaureate Programme
- Learning Support Classes
- English as an Additional Language (EAL)
- Core Subjects include Art, English, Drama, French, Geography, History, ICT, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religious Studies, Science and Technology
Sparks is a film school provides creative workshops where children and teenagers (aged 7 - 16 years) learn all about film-making.
We run workshops in 3 UK locations - Balham in south London, Wilmslow in Cheshire and Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire. Our workshops include Film-making, Animation and Acting for Camera, as well as School Holiday Workshops and more.
Alongside acting for camera, they also learn how to direct, skills in camera operation, editing, animation, scriptwriting, creating special effects and even more. Whilst boosting creativity, confidence, team-working and social skills, the young filmmakers also produce their own movie projects to share at ‘premiere’ screenings and at home.
Our workshops help to build confidence, develop teamwork and social skills, and inspire young imaginations. Our members learn about all aspects of film-making in a fun and creative environment, producing their own movies to share at our special 'premiere' screening events, and on DVD to watch at home.