Boarding Schools for Girls

Girls’ Boarding Schools

Browse our list of boarding schools for girls, where the girls are able to develop academically, gain a sense of independence and learn critical social skills, all within the safety of one of the best boarding schools for girls in the UK, and under the guidance and leadership of some of the best teachers that the UK education system has to offer, aspiring to produce extraordinary girls, each extraordinary in her own way.

When selecting a girls’ boarding school, remember that what you are looking for is the best school for your child. Think about your child’s strengths and interests as these must be foremost in your mind before making such a vital decision. Which Boarding School offers advice and consultancy on girls’ boarding schools. If you feel that you’d like to find out more, please do speak to one of our consultants on +441702588225 who will be happy to advise you.

Boarding Schools for Girls FAQs

Why choose a boarding school for girls for my child?

The schools offer a safe and comfortable environment for the girls without unnecessary distractions, they also offer outdoor activities and specialist subjects to help the girls achieve their goals and aspirations and aim to cultivate self-confidence, independence and responsibility so that the girls leave fully equipped for an active and positive role in an ever-changing world.

How to find the best girls’ boarding school for my child?

There is a lot to think about when looking for the best girls’ boarding school for your child, as the choice of school will have a lasting impression upon your child’s life. Be realistic. There is no point in choosing a highly academic school if your child will struggle to keep up with these types of demands. Don’t be tempted to only look at schools that have the best results, they may just have a more rigorous selection policy. We can advise you on finding the best boarding school for girls.

Is co-educational or single-sex education the best choice for a girls’ boarding school?

Girls that favour single-sex education often argue that academic results tend to be better without the distractions of the opposite sex; those who favour co-education would not only dispute that assertion but also argue that their system was a more natural environment in which to be educated for life in the outside world. Parental preference is a key factor in making this decision.

Can we learn more about boarding schools for girls online?

Which Boarding School runs a series of free webinars designed to introduce you to some of the best boarding schools for girls in the UK. Visit our webinars page to find out more.