HONG KONG | Monday 25 November 2019

The benefits of a British boarding school education are unparalleled. No other education system has produced so many eminent world leaders, scientists, academics, artists and celebrated business minds. These schools also have incredible success rates preparing children for the world's top universities in Britain, the USA and around the world.

We understand that choosing a school is one of the biggest emotional and financial choices a family will make. The British Boarding Schools Show enables parents to speak individually to schools and get your questions answered.



The best education the world has to offer

Marlborough College

British boarding education:

  • Steeped in tradition, but fashioned for the inter-dependence of today’s every-changing world.
  • Produces well mannered, responsible, self-motivated, confident young adults.
  • Prepares students for the best Universities and Academies around the world.
  • All rounded education in academia, sports and the arts.
  • Security and continuity in an unsafe world.
  • Welcomes international pupils. The IB is offered by a large number of schools.

King's Canterbury pupils

On arrival, every visitor will receive a comprehensive show guide with information on all exhibiting schools, maps and some helpful questions to ask if help is needed. Refreshments are also available at the show.

In addition to meeting leading schools, you can attend our comprehensive seminar programme, running from 2pm-3pm. During these sessions, experts consider some of the key questions that parents may wish to consider when thinking about British boarding options, giving you every opportunity to gain insight and gather information.

Did you know?

  • Marlborough CollegeOrganised school sport began at Marlborough.
  • Godolphin School, SalisburyFounded in 1726, Godolphin is one of the oldest girls’ boarding schools in the UK.
  • StrathallanThe Strathallan School expands across 153 Acres here in Perthshire, which is the same as a Caribbean island.
  • St Edmund's School CanterburyEstablished in 1749, St Edmund’s combines due respect for tradition and history with a fresh, engaging and forward-thinking attitude
  • King's School, CanterburyThe King’s School, Canterbury is reputedly the oldest school in the world, dating from 597AD.
  • Oundle SchoolSeven different languages are taught at Oundle including Arabic.
  • Loretto SchoolLoretto is Scotland's oldest boarding school. It follows the English curriculum (GCSEs and A levels). It is a small school, big on heart and big on ambition.
  • Felsted SchoolFelsted School in Essex has been “mad about music” since it was founded in the 16th century. It has upheld its tradition of an annual “house shout” for decades. School tradition
  • Millfield SchoolIf Millfield School was a country, it would have been ahead of Canada in the London 2012 Olympic medals table.
  • Junior King’s School, CanterburyJunior King’s is the prep school to the oldest continuously operating school in the world.
  • Le Régent Crans-Montana CollegeLe Régent College is governed by 4 school principles: Courtesy, Compassion, Creativity, and Courage.
  • Frensham HeightsFrensham Heights' Outdoor Education programme runs from Forest Classes for the youngest students, Duke of Edinburgh challenges for older students through to overseas ventures, mountaineering and exploring for the Sixth Form.
  • Glenalmond CollegeThe Glenalmond dining hall is a replica of the hall in the Harry Potter movies; Hagrid is a former pupil!
  • Westbourne HouseWestbourne House endeavours to stimulate and encourage children to maximise their potential in mind, body and spirit through a broad and varied curriculum.
  • Merchiston International SchoolMerchiston International School is the first international school in Shenzhen providing authentic British international education and boarding system.
  • Kensington Park SchoolKensington Park School is a new independent school for boys and girls aged 11-18 in the heart of London.
  • Clayesmore SchoolClayesmore is a proudly non-selective school but no slouch in terms of pupils achieving great academic results. 87% of last year’s Upper Sixth gained entry into their first choice of university.
  • Merchiston Castle SchoolThe only all-boys boarding school in the region, Merchiston particularly excels at rugby, and has sent 62 boys off to play at senior international level.
  • Lancing CollegeLancing College is a co-educational school with 590 pupils across 10 different Houses in five different year groups from 40 different nationalities.
  • Millfield Prep SchoolMillfield Prep has 55 overseas pupils, representing 20 different nationalities.
  • Chelsea Independent CollegeChelsea Independent College enjoys a reputation for being one of the leading independent sixth form colleges in London.

 

Exhibiting Schools

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