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English boarding school

Boarding schools in England offer an excellent education and prepare their students for a world in which speaking and writing English is paramount. If you want to study in an English boarding school, we at Another Education help you choose the one that is most convenient for your children and we are specialists in preparing the interview and admission tests.

Each English boarding school must meet the standards of quality of education and depending on the results of their students they occupy one or another position in the national ranking of schools, the same for state schools and private schools. Here we have to clarify that education in an English boarding school can be public with a different cost (lower) than private (more expensive). English education has, as in Spain, a compulsory educational program that both public and private schools must follow.

The boarding school students in England are composed of international and local students and can be male, female or mixed. The ‘interns’ (called ‘boarders’) are the students who live in the school. The ‘day students’ (‘day boys’ or ‘day girls’) live with their families and return to their homes when the school day ends. The coexistence between boarders and day students in English boarding schools creates a perfect social atmosphere that helps them develop their personal growth. The majority of British boarding schools are mixed, that is, boys and girls attend classes together, but the accommodation is separate.

The students body in an English boarding school

The student body of boarding schools in England is made up of international and local students and can be male, female or mixed. The ‘interns’ (called ‘boarders’) are the students who live at the school. The ‘day boys’ (‘day boys’ or ‘day girls’) live with their families and return to their homes when the school day ends. The coexistence between interns and day students in English boarding schools generates a perfect social atmosphere that helps them develop their personal growth. Most British boarding schools are coed, that is, boys and girls attend classes, but accommodation is separate.

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