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The Best British Public Schools
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Regarded as one of the top all-girls schools in the country, Benenden was founded in 1923.
Primarily a boys’ school, Charterhouse also accepts girls in the sixth form. More than 400 years old, a sense of history pervades.
Eton is one of four remaining single-sex boys’ schools in Britain and emphasises high academic standards, with the success rate for entry into Oxbridge and othe...
This boarding school is known for its rigorously high standards and tough outdoor education programme. Prince Philip and Prince Charles were both educated here.
This all-boys full-boarding school is one of the world’s most renowned. With a long list of notable alumni, Harrow has always been a favourite of parents around...
The King's School, Canterbury
Said to be the oldest continuously operating school in the UK, King’s School, Canterbury was founded in 597 CE and aims “to anchor a 21st-century education with...
One of the top-ranked co-educational schools in the UK, Westminster has the highest Oxbridge acceptance rates of any secondary school or college in the world.
Winchester’s origins can be traced back to 1179 and it has existed in its present location for over 600 years thus claiming the longest unbroken history of any ...
Ranked as the top all-girls school in the country, Wycombe Abbey sits in an idyllic setting of woods, gardens and a lake.
St Paul’s School
St Paul’s is a selective independent school in west London, which educates bright boys aged 13-18 years