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Schools will issue a list of the items students will be required to have; numerous electronic devices and games systems will not be part of that list.
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A day boarder is student who remains in the school for extended hours, having meals, taking part in activities and doing their prep in the boarding house, but they do not stay overnight.
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It is a requirement that school students have a Guardian if the parents do not live in the UK, the Guardian will act as the parents' representative whilst the student is studying in the UK.
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League tables were traditionally based on GCSE and A Level results; with the introduction of a wider range of qualifications including IGCSE, the IB Diploma, Pre-U and BTECs.
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Boarding schools have a whole-school approach with strong communication between academic staff and those providing pastoral care this ensures that any problems can be dealt with quickly.
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There are boarding schools for girls only and for boys only as well as co-educational schools. Some schools offer the ‘Diamond’ system where students are taught in a co-ed environment.
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From our experience, younger boarders from the age of 7 or 8 settle quickly in to the prep school boarding environment, he schools are smaller and very family-orientated.
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The age at which a child enters boarding school may depend on your family circumstances. For an expatriate family frequent moves may be commonplace and it it is important to ensure stability
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Fees vary from school to school, the average boarding fees per term for pupils at senior boarding schools is £11,000. Prep boarding school fees a little less on average of £9,000 per term.
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