Ashford School is one of the UK's leading coeducational, independent schools and was voted Independent School of the Year 2010/11.
Built on the site where modern English history began, Battle Abbey School preserves the best of our past traditions whilst eagerly embracing the challenges of the new.
Located in 120 acres of farmland, woods, orchards and playing fields, students still follow John Badley’s ideal of educating ‘head, hand and heart’.
Beechwood is a fully co-educational day and boarding school situated in a large campus overlooking open countryside.
The Boundary Oak International Preparatory Curriculum has since been designed to provide outstanding English language learning and a full Preparatory experience for international pupils to enter senior British boarding schools.
Box Hill School is a co-educational boarding and day school for students aged 11-18. Set in 40 acres in the rolling Surrey countryside, the school is located at the heart of Mickleham village.
Burgess Hill Girls has small classes with well-qualified, professional staff dedicated to helping each pupil realise her potential.
Carfax College is distinctive in offering pupils a tailor-made curriculum and a degree of flexibility that traditional schools cannot match. This truly allows us to say that "everything is possible."
At Dover College we aim to provide supportive education and structure to ensure the development of each pupil's ability and aspirations.
Earlscliffe students have fun when learning. The American Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman said, ‘the highest forms of understanding we can achieve are laughter and human compassion’.
Eastbourne College is a British co-educational independent school for 630 day and boarding pupils aged 13–18, situated in the town of Eastbourne on the south coast of England.
Headington School offers a wide range of different boarding options to suit different family needs, from full boarding to weekly.
Kent College Canterbury can proudly boast that almost all sixth formers go on to their first choice University, including Oxford and Cambridge.
Our unique heritage and place among British co-educational independent schools means we can aim to provide the best preparation for adult life to a wider range of people than almost any other institution.
Kingham Hill School is nestled in the heart of the glorious Cotswold countryside, just 80 minutes from London Paddington.
Lancing College educates pupils from 13 to 18 to develop a love of learning and to reach their full potential, enriched by the arts and physical activities. It prepares young men and women of vision and integrity who will be of service to their fellow human beings.
Set in 60 acres of beautiful parkland within walking distance of Reading town centre, Leighton Park School offers a vibrant learning community, where students have time and space to live, learn and grow.
Luckley House School is a thriving coeducational day and boarding school for pupils aged 11-18.
LVS Ascot's history as an independent, co-educational school stretches back 200 years, when the school was founded in 1803 by the Licensed Trade Charity.
Mayfield is set in the beautiful, yet easily accessible Sussex countryside. It has an enviable academic record, exceptional pastoral care and extensive extra-curricular activities.
Moira House Girls School has been educating girls for 140 years. Girls' schools are amazing places for girls to learn. It's a statistical fact that girls learn better in girls' schools.
The aim of Newbury Hall School is to make sure its pupils develop the intellectual and social understanding and behaviour that will allow them to lead a fulfilling life.
Roedean School is a school around the kind of learning, experiences and interactions that we know can make a difference and transform lives.
Set in beautiful, safe and idyllic island surroundings just off the South Coast of England, Ryde School is a thriving, prosperous school providing exceptional educational opportunities for boys and girls in a nurturing environment.
Shiplake College is an independent boarding and day school for boys aged 11 to 18 and girls aged 16 to 18.
St Andrew’s was founded in 1877 and is situated in a beautiful part of East Sussex on the South East Coast.
St. Clare’s welcomes students and staff of all nationalities and cultures who will benefit from, and contribute to, our learning community.
St George’s is a place where girls flourish academically, creatively, physically and morally, a place where risks can be taken, lessons are learnt, and challenges are welcomed.
Sutton Valence School is very proud of our community, in the heart of the Kent countryside, where each cares for all and individuality is cherished.
TASIS The American School in England is an international school and community where the aspirations and potential of every student are fostered, nurtured, and challenged.