With around 160 pupils aged 3 to 11 years, Talbot House is well known locally for its academic success and proven track record with Grammar School entry to Bournemouth and Poole Grammar schools.
Small class sizes, dedicated teaching staff, an ethos of good manners combined with exceptionally competitive fee rates make Talbot House a popular choice with waiting lists in place for many year groups.
Moyles Court School is to be found in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The school sits within the National Park of The New Forest. Woodland streams, lakes, roaming ponies and cows are all to be found on the school’s “doorstep”.
Moyles Court is home to just over 200 pupils aged 2½ to 16 years. Small class sizes, great teaching and learning, extensive after school provision and excellent pastoral care make this a very happy and successful school.
St. Michael’s has over 400 pupils aged 3 to 18 years, set in 15 acres overlooking the Gower Peninsula. The school has an excellent academic reputation throughout South West Wales, with traditional values of discipline and good manners at its core.
St. Michael’s is predominantly a day school with a small boarding element appealing to UK and International students. Attended by Jak and William Broadway, the Broadway Family have themselves experienced the wealth of support the school offers.
Bosworth is an international boarding/day college with over 300 students aged 14 to 19 years, set in a campus style environment.
Its unique and diverse nationality mix mean Bosworth students regularly find themselves working alongside classmates of different cultural, social and religious backgrounds. This ensures that they leave the college as well rounded individuals with an excellent opportunity to succeed in the wider world.