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Thomas´s London Day Schools:
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. 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. Our broad curriculum gives the pupils the opportunity to explore a wide range of subjects and skills.

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Kindergarten Program:
The aim of the co-educational kindergartens is to nurture the children's desire to learn, experiment, play and to gain independence. The curriculum is designed to foster the emotional, physical, social, intellectual and creative development of each child. During their first year children attend three mornings a week, in their second year, five mornings and they are welcome to join afternoon club activities...

The structure of the curriculum enables the children to learn freely and to choose their own pursuits within clearly defined limits. They are encouraged to use all the materials available: pencils, crayon, paint, dough, clay, sand and watPhoto of Private School / Kindergarten in Londoner; story and poetry books from the Library Corner; toys in the Home Corner and other toys which encourage motor co-ordination and concentration skills. Montessori equipment is used to develop muscular control and language and number skills. Group times occur regularly throughout the Kindergarten day, giving children the opportunity to listen to others and to express their own ideas. Children are allocated to a key teacher and divided by age into groups of approximately eight. During their first year at the Kindergarten children attend three mornings a week. In their second year this is increased to five mornings and they are welcome to join afternoon club activities.

Lower School:
Our broad curriculum gives the pupils, during their formative years, the opportunity to explore a wide range of subjects and skills. Classes are of mixed ability. In common with our other preparatory schools early learning is in form groups and there is no setting or streaming.

The children are given the best guidance and finest materials in order tImage of Private School / Kindergarten in Londono foster within them a love of learning and an appreciation of the subjects studied. We prepare children for Common Entrance and Scholarship examinations for entry to their senior schools.

We recognise the education benefits of giving children access to teachers who have a true passion for their subject. French, Music, Drama, Art, Pottery, Ballet and PE are therefore taught by specialist teachers from the children's first day in Reception.

In the Lower School, where children need a focal point, the form teacher takes most academic subjects. In the Preparatory School, however, the children are taught by academic subject specialists at the earliest opportunity.

In sport, every child is given the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of physical activities and to discover the pleasure of winning, the disappointment of defeat and value of participating.

Team games - both inter-school and inter-house - are introduced at an early age to provide a healthy spirit of competition as well as a sense of what it means to be part of a group. Individual skills are fostered in gymnastics, athletics and swimming.

We have always accepted that the most rewarding education for children is achieved through Photos of Thomas´s London Day Schoolsan active partnership between home and school. Great emphasis is placed on the involvement of parents.

Middle School:
At Thomas's, Battersea children join Year 3 in their form groups but they are set for Mathematics. In Year 4 the classes are rearranged to provide new social groupings and in Years 4 and 5 the classes are set for Mathematics.

We aim to ensure that through an active PTA and regular communication between school and home, the needs of the children, the aspirations of their parents and the aims of the Schools are understood and shared.

A system of stars, certificates and showing 'good work' in assembly rewards academic achievement on a regular basis. In addition, open days, speech days, sports days, arts days, drama productions, poetry recitals, Christmas nativities, choral evensongs, declamations, music recitals, ballet performances and gymnastics displays give the children ample opportunity to grow in confidence by displaying their skills and talents to a wider audience.

Upper School:
Picture of Private School / Kindergarten in LondonYear 6 is divided into mixed groups, taught as separate sets, depending on whether children are taking the 11 + or 13 + examination route. Pupils in the Upper School are set, according to ability, in all academic subjects. Scholarship classes are arranged in Year 8. The 13+ Common Entrance Examination taken in Year 8 is for entry into the traditional public schools for boys, for co-educational schools and for a growing number of girls' schools. Traditionally girls proceeding to London day schools take the 11+ entrance examination.

The Common Entrance subjects taught are:
* English
* Mathematics
* Biology
* Chemistry
* Physics
* Classics (Latin & Greek)
* French
* History
* Geography
* Religious Education

In addition we teach the following:

* Art
* Ballet
* Pottery
* Design Technology
* Drama
* Music
* P E
* Pottery
* P.S.H.E.

Physical Education:
Sports taught within the curriculum include:

* Athletics
* Cricket
* Cross-Country
* Football
* Gymnastics
* Hockey
* Netball
* Rugby
* Rounders
* Swimming

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Rochester Independent College, Kent
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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.

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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)
Purley Nursery School and Children’s Centre, London
Courses / Programs
Purley Nursery School and Children´s Centre in Croydon, in London, Surrey, has a fine tradition of nursery education spanning fifty years. Purley Nursery School and Children’s Centre offers integrated Education and Care places for 3 and 4 year olds and a range of provision to support families within the Community. We are open 7.45 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. across 49 weeks of the year. We have a highly qualified multi-professional team of Early Years teachers and Early Years Educators.

While your child is with us, she/he learns to be an independent, happy and confident person. We encourage parents to use our childcare across the whole week wherever possible for 2 ½ hours on a daily basis morning or afternoon. We believe that this provides valuable continuity for children. Staff carefully plan activities across the whole environment that support all six areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). We believe that children learn by ‘doing’ supported by discussion with an interested adult.
Early Years Foundation Program for for three and four year olds; Preschool Program; Full-time Programs; Part-time Programs. Our curriculum follows all six areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS): Creative; Physical; Communication, Language and Literacy; Mathematical; Personal, Social and Emotional; Knowledge and Understanding of the World.
Lostock Playschool, Bolton
Courses / Programs
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Childcare for children aged 2 ½ to 5 years old

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- Personal, Social and Emotional
- Communication, Language and Literacy
- Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy
- Knowledge and Understanding
- Physical
- Creative
Moreton Hall Prep School
Courses / Programs
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Our small school size but spacious surroundings allow us to look after each boy or girl as an individual in an environment they find both understanding and supportive. Our class sizes ensure that overseas students integrate fully and receive an educational experience they enjoy while they are with us, and value afterwards.

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Nursery School:
- Facilitates children from 2 yrs, 8 months to 4 yrs of age.

Pre-Prep School:
- Structured into a four-year course which provides a sound basis for the next stage of schooling.

Prep School:
- The Prep School is formed of Years 3 through to 8 (and we call them Transition, then Forms 4,5,6,7 and 8).

Boarding School:
- Well-established boarding facility for boys and girls
- Boarding may be ‘full', “weekly” or on a “flexible” nightly basis
Fulneck School, Leeds
Courses / Programs
Fulneck School is an Independent School offering nursery, junior, senior and sixth form programmes. Fulneck School is located in Leeds, West Yorkshire, which is 50 minutes from Manchester in the North of England. The school is placed in a prime location for both commuters and boarding pupils. Manchester airport is 1 hour from the school, Leeds Bradford International Airport is 20 minutes, and Leeds City Rail Station is 15 minutes from the site.

Although we are first and foremost a centre of education, Fulneck School is about much more than just examination results and academic ability. The individual development of each pupil is underpinned by the encouragement of self-discipline and responsibility. Pupils largely follow the National Curriculum and study towards public examinations in which Fulneck exceeds national averages. The broad curriculum covers all aspects of life: spiritual, moral, social, academic, creative, cultural and physical, ensuring the balanced development of all pupils from the age of 3.
- Before, Day and After School Care

Junior Education:
- Key Stage 1 (School Years 1-2 / 5-7 years of age)
- Key Stage 2 (School Years 3-6 / 7-11years of age)

Senior Education:
- Key Stage 3
- School Years 7-9
- 11-14 years of age

- Key Stage 4
- School Years 10-11
- 14-16 Years of age

Sixth Form:
- Key Stage 5
- 16 - 18 years of age
Worth School, Turners Hill
Courses / Programs
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.

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- 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