Why Chancellor Education For School Admission?

UK independent schools are fee-charging institutions commonly described as 'private schools'. Such schools exist for all ages, from 4 to 18, with some schools being for males only, others for females only, and some for both genders. Studying at an independent school is attractive for many reasons. They generally have smaller class sizes, outstanding facilities and offer a wider range of extra-curricular activities. Individuals who have attended a private school go on to have higher levels of educational achievement, are more likely to secure a high-status occupation and have higher wages. Many such alumni in the UK include leaders in business and media, judges, and politicians, with two-thirds of PM Boris Johnson's cabinet having gone to independent schools. For international students, studying at a native-English-speaking school and surrounding themselves in such a rich and multicultural environment of people and expertise will grant them unique advantages which will accompany them for the rest of their life.

For example, St. Paul's School, one of the most prestigious independent schools in the UK, is located in London and as a boarding school is home to nearly 1,000 boys. The Form Tutor makes sure that incoming students settle in, feel confident and enjoy coming to school. The staff put an emphasis on nurturing the pupils' emotional development and instilling the school's core values of Kindness & Mutual Respect, Integrity, Curiosity, Humility and Perseverance. Core subjects are complemented by Music, Drama and P.E classes, as well as clubs and activities, school trips, Forest School sessions and a variety of sporting activities

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There are about 2,600 independent schools in the UK. As such, identifying the right school for your child is no simple task. Together with rigorous admissions criteria, this can make the process of getting a child into an independent school overwhelming for families. That's why Chancellor Education is here to accompany families and their children as they realize their dream of studying at a UK independent school, with particular focus on international students. With a thorough understanding of the system, of the different schools and their unique characteristics, our expertise at Chancellor Education can make this process much more pleasant, maximize the likelihood of getting accepted as well as the impact of this early education on the child's future.

Counselling Strategy

Chancellor Education is unique in its counselling strategy, tailored to each client through a comprehensive Aptitude Assessment. Our integral and long-term approach even includes arranging hosting and accommodation for families as they get acquainted with the school and town and later own as parents visit their children throughout the year, including pick up from airport and tours of the town. Reflecting Chancellor Education's emphasis on safety and ethics, we follow UK child safety policy and only deal with independent schools who have MoU in place, according to British Council guidelines.

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If you need help finding the perfect school for your child and successfully applying, don't hesitate to reach out. Go to the Contact Us page for enquiries and book a free 30-minute audio consultation.

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