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It’s no coincidence that many of the schools riding high in the value-added league tables are boarding schools, as Hilary Moriarty, national director of the British Boarding Schools’ Association explains Parents perusing the numerous school league tables on offer will come across the term ‘value added’. Put simply, value added is the difference between the
D’Overbroeck’s International Study Centre
d’Overbroeck’s College, Oxford d’Overbroeck’s College is a leading private day and boarding school in Oxford. It is well known for its encouraging and supportive approach as well as for excellent academic results and outstanding pastoral care. Teaching is in small groups so every student can be heard and can participate in lessons and ask questions.
Testimonials In a recent independently conducted parent survey, 83% of Hazlegrove parents said they would definitely recommend Hazlegrove to others. ‘… we still remember the day we first dropped him off at school… we left with lots of wonders and questions. Would he be able to communicate in English? Would he be getting along well
Windermere School is situated in the heart of England’s Lake District. The rugged beauty of the landscape not only makes for an inspiring educational setting but enables students to make use of what surrounds them, taking part in watersports, mountain biking and many other outdoor adventures.This makes for a truly unique and ever busy extracurricular programme.
Burgess Hill Memorable Evening of Scholars’ Music
Music Scholars at Burgess Hill School for Girls provided a memorable musical evening to parents and guests. The Scholars’ concert was both the first concert in the School’s newly refurbished Croft Hall and the first for new Director of Music, Paul Newbold. All fifteen scholars took part, with the addition of Alice Beaumont who is