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co-ed full boarding schools?

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AnnaGriffiths Tue 25-Mar-14 04:02:38

Does anyone know of some co-ed full boarding schools for sixth form?

SadFreak Tue 25-Mar-14 04:52:24

Malvern College is predominantly boarding I think.

happygardening Tue 25-Mar-14 07:02:36

Off the top of my head Kings Canterbury, Marlborough, St Edwards Christ's Hospital all are full boarding with a small number of day children.
A mother I met in one of our local shops DS was at Malvern he was weekly boarding, coming home on Saturday evenings
Some true full boarding schools (which of course they're aren't that many) but my DS's school is one let their upper 6th home one extra weekend a term.

happygardening Tue 25-Mar-14 07:19:00

Uppingham as well.

outtolunchagain Tue 25-Mar-14 07:21:20

Oakham, Wymondham college, Oundle

HMex108rg Tue 01-Apr-14 17:26:35

Of course you could try a boarding school on the Jurassic coast in Devon. The fees are much less than you would imagine. Only three hours from Waterloo.

meditrina Tue 01-Apr-14 17:32:10

If you want a list, try The Good Schools Guide, or the Association of State Boarding Schools.

If you want recommendations, can you give some idea of any preferences for which region and any academic, co-curricular and pastoral aspects that would be particularly good or bad for your DC?

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