In preparation for the opening of British schools in September 2020 al member schools of BSA (Boarding Schools Association) to which the vast majority of schools we work with belong, have voluntarily adopted the BSA Covid-Safe Charter. This document describes the minimum requirements the schools will meet to comply with all government rules. These minimum requirements are: Read More
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday 10th May, we have extracted the information pertinent to UK Boarding Schools outlined in the UK’s Government plans to move us out of lockdown. Understandably, the plans are conditional upon infection rates which are still relatively high compared to other countries, so at the moment we still have uncertainty regarding the opening of schools and other key measures which will affect students and their families. Some of the key points are:
Boarding schools in England, as in the rest of the world, have been greatly affected by COVID-19, and there is still much uncertainty around examinations, fees, temporary school closures and much more. We work and keep in regular contact with some of the top boarding schools in the UK, all of which have the students’ best interests at heart. Read More
School has started again and there will be some pupils who will have a pretty tough time with homesickness, especially if it’s their first time away from home, so we asked some ex-boarders how they coped with those difficult moments. They all agreed that the best piece of advice they could give would be to make friends and to keep busy.