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The Show features a selection of the world's leading schools.

“We want our children to be educated in English so they can access international careers. The show certainly helped us understand British boarding schools and get beyond the Harry Potter image to see what they are really all about. I was surprised how different they all are. To make the right choices you do need to meet face to face with the schools and talk about your children’s needs and interests. The show makes this super easy.”

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  • Aiglon CollegeAiglon CollegeAiglon College's 60,000 square metres campus is situated at 1200 metres in the Swiss Alps.
  • Badminton SchoolBadminton SchoolBadminton School’s Upper Sixth Geographers have won a top prize at the Climate Summit at the House of Commons
  • Brummana High SchoolBrummana High SchoolThe beautiful, sprawling, 15-acre campus in Mount Lebanon, with modern facilities mixed seamlessly with historic buildings, offers the whole-school community with an environment to flourish
  • CharterhouseCharterhouseFounded in 1611, Charterhouse is one of the UK’s leading independent boarding schools. With four centuries of history behind it, the School is committed to being at the forefront of educational progress.
  • Cheltenham CollegeCheltenham CollegeCheltenham College is an all Steinway school – the only school in the UK to have two Steinway Concert Grand Piano’s. Students can practise and perform on one of our 18 Steinway pianos.
  • Clayesmore SchoolClayesmore SchoolFounded in 1896, Clayesmore offers one of the most innovative, dynamic and forward-looking curriculums in the UK.
  • Concord CollegeConcord CollegeConcord has been ranked in the top 3 independent schools for A level according to the latest data provided by the ISC (Independent Schools Council).
  • Ecole d'HumanitéEcole d'HumanitéThe Ecole d’Humanité functions as a community and students take charge of such important tasks as organizing weekend activities, delivering fire­ wood, taking care of the goats, running the library, and raising awareness of global and environmental issues.
  • Fettes CollegeFettes CollegeLeading co-educational boarding school set in a 100 acre campus in the heart of Edinburgh. Excellent results at GCSE, A Level & the IB. ‘Sector-leading’ pastoral care.
  • Framlingham CollegeFramlingham CollegeThis year alone has seen seven Framlingham boys and girls achieving national sporting honours; two gaining scholarships at leading Music Conservatoires; a show at the Edinburgh Fringe; and our U14 boys becoming National Hockey Champions.
  • Godolphin School, SalisburyGodolphin School, SalisburyFounded in 1726, Godolphin is one of the oldest girls’ boarding schools in the UK.
  • GordonstounGordonstounGordonstoun’s unique curriculum was the inspiration for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award which is now in over 120 countries. It was also the birthplace of the Outward Bound Movement.
  • Gresham'sGresham'sGresham’s, a historic and vibrant co-educational school, founded in 1555. Gresham’s is set in 200 acres and enviably located between the award-winning coast and countryside of north Norfolk in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Hazlegrove Prep SchoolHazlegrove Prep SchoolHazlegrove has a wonderful range of extra-curricular clubs including Swing Band, Laser Pistol, Judo, Radio, Gardening, Photography, Music ensembles to name a few.
  • Herlufsholm SkoleHerlufsholm SkoleFounded in 1565 by Admiral Herluf Trolle and his wife Birgitte Gøye on the secluded grounds of a medieval monastery, the school offered a place of peace where students could turn to their studies uninterrupted.
  • King’s BrutonKing’s BrutonHRH, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth officially opened the new Music School at King’s Bruton, as part of the 500th year celebrations.
  • Lancing CollegeLancing CollegeLancing College is a co-educational school with 590 pupils across 10 different Houses in five different year groups from 40 different nationalities.
  • Marlborough CollegeMarlborough CollegeOrganised school sport began at Marlborough.
  • Millfield Prep SchoolMillfield Prep SchoolMillfield Prep has 55 overseas pupils, representing 20 different nationalities.
  • Millfield SchoolMillfield SchoolIf Millfield School was a country, it would have been ahead of Canada in the London 2012 Olympic medals table.
  • Rossall SchoolRossall SchoolRossall School had a 100% pass rate at IB in 2016.
  • S. Anselm's Preparatory SchoolS. Anselm's Preparatory School
  • Sevenoaks SchoolSevenoaks SchoolSevenoaks - with some 1080 pupils, including international students from 40 countries around the world, the student body is lively, cosmopolitan and open-minded.
  • St Edmunds College and PrepSt Edmunds College and PrepSt Edmunds, England’s oldest Catholic school offers modern facilities in a magnificent country setting in rural Hertfordshire, providing a safe and stimulating environment for young minds.
  • StonarStonarStonar is acclaimed as having the best equestrian programme in Britain, so students can combine horseriding with academic studies
  • Stonyhurst CollegeStonyhurst CollegeThe sixth form offers a choice of three study routes – A Level, International Baccalaureate Diploma or the IB Career Related Programme.
  • StoweStoweStowe embodies the English Enlightenment and its ethos continues to be shaped by the people who teach and learn here.
  • The Royal Masonic School for GirlsThe Royal Masonic School for GirlsRoyal Masonic School for Girls is a school that is brave enough to do things differently and achieves excellent academic results alongside a healthy learning culture.
  • Wycliffe CollegeWycliffe College