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Why Schools Should Attend
All Schools will receive a conference meeting area, this includes 4 chairs , a table and an exhibition stand.
Exhibitors will benefit from Full marketing of the school attending the event via, social media, TV, radio and national press as well as our brochure.
Accommodation for the duration of one delegate stay in Ghana
Attending Schools will have the opportunity to display banner at Networking event and feature in the Expo Brochure.
Transport to events in involved with the British Boarding School Expo will be provided to attending delegates.
Schools who wish to recruit students from Ghana and other African Countries. Schools that wish to build and expand their diversification.
Founded in 1788, The Royal Masonic School for Girls (RMS) is one of the oldest girls’ schools in the country. Today, it is a thriving day and boarding school that is proud to do things a little differently; its focus is on the process of improving as a learner and on a healthy learning culture. The school understands each girl and puts her at its heart, finds her individual talents and inspires her, yet challenges her to get the best possible results; students are encouraged to excel at all that they do, through nurture and encouragement, rather than relentless pressure, to realise their strengths, overcome their weaknesses and find their passions during these important years of discovery and development.
Queen Anne’s School, an independent boarding and day school for girls aged 11-18, located in Caversham, Berkshire with approximately 60% day and 40% boarding students. Renowned for academic success alongside outstanding pastoral care and an award-winning Sixth Form centre.
Students will excel and achieve at the school through first-class teaching, education clinics, co-curricular opportunities and pastoral care. The school delivers a high quality all-round education both inside and outside the classroom, together with a positive approach to learning that guides the girls to become ever more self-assured and prepared for life after school.
The Royal Hospital School is an independent co-educational boarding and day school for 11-18 year olds, providing an outstanding, full and broad education enriched by a unique naval heritage and fit for the modern world. Founded in 1712 in Greenwich, London, it moved to its spectacular site, set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the River Stour, in 1933. The School has continued to develop its spectacular purpose-built site and grow in size and reputation to become one of East Anglia’s leading independent schools.
St Edward’s College, established in 1929 has seen many changes over the years, both structural and educational. Our promise to students and their parents, is to have the student achieve his or her full potential while in our care. Our success is based on the belief that we must recruit, retain and continually provide Professional Development for the best educators available.
Whilst recognising that examination results are the currency in today’s world we are not solely interested in teaching topics or subjects. We educate individuals.
What makes Woodbridge School such a unique place? Well, above all else, it is an exceptionally happy school. When you visit, I am sure you will be struck by the warmth and sense of community. But it is much more than a kind and nurturing place – there is also a real sense of purpose.
We prepare our pupils with the skills and attributes that will enable them to thrive in an ever more competitive world. This means excellent academic achievement is just part of an outstanding educational experience.
At the heart of Brooke House, the teaching and learning experience is paramount. By design, our class sizes are small, allowing excellent interaction between teachers and the boys and girls. In addition, we have a strong passion for a wide variety of co-curricular activities, especially within the fields of sport and art. Our football academy and motorsport academy are internationally known and respected. Academically, we offer a programme to suit all tastes. If you wish to follow the traditional path of GCSEs and A Levels, you can do so. If it is an intensive course of English that you require, we offer that as well. In addition, we have pioneered a highly respected University Foundation Programme, which, starting this year also caters for students wishing to study medicine at university.
At PHC we all believe, genuinely and unequivocally, in the capacity and potential of every child. We have a deeply rooted belief that all students can make exceptional progress when inspired by passionate teaching. We pride ourselves on kindness and respect and being an environment where everybody contributes positively to our community, making PHC a safe and happy place in which to work, learn, and grow. We have a healthy tradition of nurturing academic excellence and ambition, reflected in our public examination results. Our pupils are inquisitive and aspirational but not selfish about success. They are as keen to acknowledge individual excellence which has grown out of collective team effort as well as that which shines from individual talent and skill.