UK Private Schools
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UK Private Schools
We provide a 5% discount to most of UK Private Schools. We help you to select and complete all documents for UK Private Schools for free. Not only that, but we are an authorised school exam centre in England. Taking exams with us is calmer, since we are independent body. We organise and conduct introductory interviews.
We are a UK agency based in London. UK Private Schools appreciate those who are in the same legal and mental field with them.
Since we are local, we go to schools in England much more often, and we have a special relationship. We ourselves already think like the British.
If you enrol through us and graduate from school for a year, then we are ready to return you up to 5% of the cost of school tuition.
UK Private Schools in details
2 Years GCSE + A-Levels
This is probably the most ideal way to start studying in the UK Private Schools. The child enters English schools for a two-year GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) program. The program includes compulsory subjects such as English, mathematics and science. Plus, you choose about six more subjects from what is on the school’s “menu”. It can be part of science (chemistry, physics, biology, for example) and business, design, art. After two years, the child goes to A-Levels. This is another two years, but the study of three subjects in most of the cases and everything to choose from and in accordance with the universities to which we will apply after school.
1 Years GCSE + A-Levels
Provides admission to an accelerated, one-year GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) course and after A-Levels for two years.
Admission to a two-year A-Levels course. Study of three specialised subjects selected based on the entrance requirements of universities.
1 Year A-Levels
Accelerated program for 1.5 years of A-Levels course.
A certificate of secondary school education, but in certain subjects. There can be an average of 9. Compulsory English, mathematics and sciences, such as physics, chemistry and biology. And the rest is up to the student’s choice. The GCSE course ends with an examination board in all subjects. Grades from U to 9, where U is bad, and 9 is the best. Sometimes letter grades are used, where the highest A * and further downward A, B, C and very bad D.
It is also a two-year program, but already consisting of only 3 subjects to choose from. This is at least. You can study more, but in general, universities only need three subjects. The point is in focusing the student on a certain speciality. In most specialities, there are 3 defining subjects. But there are also exceptions, such as medicine. Here you can take English, mathematics, chemistry and biology. But ideal if you look at a specific university and its A-Levels subject requirements. It varies very often.
Before making a choice, you should definitely consult with the school. Despite the fact that no one directly says anything bad about IB, the presence of negativity is felt between the lines. This is our purely subjective opinion. International Baccalaureate, as the name implies, is more related to admission, for example, to the USA or Canada. British universities have nothing against it, but you must understand this is a very serious step. The main difference is that there are many more subjects studied. The child must either study very well in order to cope with such a volume of the studied information or be a genius, or consider universities with an average threshold of admission.
A very good tool for choosing UK Private Schools. But you need to use it “wisely”. It is necessary to carry out comparative analyses of the ratings themselves, both within schools, within programs, between schools, between programs and taking into account the progress of the ratings. These are about 7 indicators, which in the end should be placed under a common denominator. If you find that the school’s A-Level rating is good, it won’t be enough. You need to consider this rating in terms of, for example, boys / girls, % of further admission to the university, progress rating, and so on. And the main thing is to combine this rating with yours, your child.
Be sure to check the Ofsted commission reports HERE before applying to UK Private Schools. It is an independent, state commission for evaluating schools in the complex.
If you did not find the report of UK Private Schools on Ofsted, then check your school on the ISI portal HERE.
Categorisation of schools
The most powerful site for finding schools in the UK is called the Independent Schools Council. You can find UK Private Schools according to the required parameters HERE.
UK Private Schools Search Agencies
More than 95% of international students enrol in UK Private Schools through agencies. Schools in England generally pay a commission to agents. Parents “in the old-fashioned way” believe that when they come to the local office they will have someone to ask, and it is more convenient for them to communicate in person. But, keep in mind, always, in 100% of cases, you sign an agreement with the school, and not with the agency.
Our advice to you. There are a huge number of agencies on the Internet that help with UK Private Schools for free. Including us. Don’t waste money paying rent for your local agency’s offices.
The principle of finding UK Private Schools is the same for everyone and the result will be the same. In addition, we can share with you the commission that schools pay us.
We will find you UK Private Schools according to your criteria for free. We will explain everything to you and answer all your questions in it. Likewise, we will assess your child’s chances of admission. We will show you how to prepare for the exams. As the official agency in the UK, we ourselves, and once again emphasise – free of charge, will take the entrance examinations to schools. This is all done via video communication in Zoom. We will fill out all documents for the school in English for free. We will arrange for you to correspond with the school for free. And in the end, we will also give you a discount on tuition.
Another services of ours in HERE. We can help you with anything in the UK and support you 24/7 with all of your questions on UK Private Schools.
Almost all UK Private Schools require parents to provide a local guardian for their child. This is necessary so that, for example, if a child falls ill with an infectious disease and the school cannot leave the child on its territory, then it is the responsibility of the guardian to pick up the child on demand from the school.
But, please note that there is no law that says that such a guardian is required in the UK. And there is no requirement for a visa either. Of course, you can argue with the UK Private Schools and say that their request is not legal, but the schools are private, they set their own internal laws and, probably, have the right to do so.
The average cost of a guardian is £1200.00 per year. Paying this money to the guardian, he needs to be assigned the responsibilities of organising correspondence with the school, booking transfers and, for example, looking for an option to stay with a family if necessary.
Many schools in England now no longer require a guardian and have Your language-speaking staff on campus where the children live. We have a list of these schools, and we can even arrange an introductory video call with them.
What is UK Private Schools Cost?
UK Private Schools an average of £50,000 per year. Half of this money is tuition and another half is accommodation with meals. Additionally, Visa, tickets, transfers and pocket money.
When is better to admit?
Admission to UK Private Schools is best considered from the GCSE program for two years or a shortened version – 1 year, and after, for a two-year A-Level program.
How to apply?
Admission to UK Private Schools is quite simple. It is necessary to assess the level of the child’s language (we can test you) plus, we need a progress report from your current school. Further, we request an official confirmation of the place for the child, it is called CAS, and you need it for your visa with.
How long does it take?
On average, it takes up to 10 days to complete all documents for UK Private Schools. Plus getting a visa. This can take up to 10 weeks.
What are exams?
At the very least, an oral exam, or even easier to say a conversation in English. This is if we are talking about your first school, where they will take even almost with zero English. Further, the stronger the schools in England, the more exams and the more difficult they are. Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics.