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Best Boys Schools in East of England

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  • #1 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    The Bishop's Stortford High School

    The Bishop's Stortford High School is an outstanding secondary school located in Bishop's Stortford, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 16:1 and a strong emphasis on high aspirations, the school provides an excellent curriculum and is known for its pupils' exceptional progress. The school's outstanding sixth form and effective safeguarding arrangements make it a top choice for parents seeking quality education for their children.
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  • #2 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Southend High School for Boys

    Southend High School for Boys is an outstanding secondary school located in Southend-on-Sea. With a clear vision of leadership and highly effective teaching, the school provides an exceptional education for boys aged 11-18. The school's outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements, along with its focus on student progress and safety, make it an ideal choice for parents seeking a high-quality education for their sons.
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  • #3 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Watford Grammar School for Boys

    Watford Grammar School for Boys is an outstanding secondary school in Watford, East of England. With a strong emphasis on academic excellence, the school provides an exceptional quality of education with a student-teacher ratio of 16:1. Pupils excel in sport and music, and benefit from inspirational leadership and well-established pastoral care. The school also offers outstanding sixth-form provision and gives high-quality careers guidance to help students achieve their future goals.
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  • #4 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Falconer School

    Falconer School is a secondary school for boys aged 11-16 in Hertsmere, East of England. Led by Mrs Carmel Fox, the school focuses on social, emotional, and mental health development. With a student-teacher ratio of 4:1 and a dedicated staff, Falconer provides a nurturing environment for your son's education. The school emphasizes personal growth, behavior, and welfare, ensuring that every student receives the support they need to succeed. Safety and resources are top priorities, with an overall grade of A for both. Join us at Falconer for an enriching educational experience.
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  • #5 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Hitchin Boys' School

    Hitchin Boys' School is an outstanding secondary school in North Hertfordshire. With a student-teacher ratio of 16:1 and a highly ambitious curriculum, the school provides a nurturing environment where pupils thrive academically and personally. The dedicated staff have high expectations and ensure that every student receives the best education. The school's excellent exam results, with 76% achieving Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs, demonstrate its commitment to academic excellence. Additionally, the school's outstanding Ofsted report highlights its effective leadership, quality teaching, and excellent student outcomes. Parents can be confident that their sons will be well supported, respected, and encouraged to reach their full potential at Hitchin Boys' School.
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  • #6 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Verulam School

    Verulam School is a secondary school in St Albans, offering education for boys aged 11-18. With a student teacher ratio of 19:1, the school provides a supportive learning environment. The school has achieved good ratings in overall effectiveness, leadership, teaching quality, and student outcomes. Students benefit from strong progress in core subjects, personal development opportunities, and effective use of pupil premium and catch-up funding. The school follows the Edexcel A-level curriculum, preparing students for undergraduate study. Exam results show a 60% achievement of grade 5 or above in English and maths GCSEs.
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  • #7 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Ramsden Hall Academy

    Ramsden Hall Academy is a secondary boarding school for boys aged 10-16. With a student-teacher ratio of 4:1, the academy offers high-quality instruction and personalized educational programs to meet each student's unique needs. The academy values collaboration with parents and caregivers to ensure successful outcomes. With a focus on academic and behavioral management, Ramsden Hall Academy strives to help students achieve their full potential.
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  • #8 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    St Thomas More High School

    St Thomas More High School is a Roman Catholic secondary school located in Southend-on-Sea. With a student teacher ratio of 20:1, the school offers a good quality education and maintains positive relationships between staff and pupils. The school prides itself on its wide-ranging extra-curricular program and effective safeguarding measures. While disadvantaged pupils may not be making enough progress, most students make good progress in several subjects. Overall, St Thomas More High School provides a strong learning environment for students.
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  • #9 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Hailey Hall School

    Hailey Hall School is a boys' boarding school located in Broxbourne, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, we provide a safe and stimulating learning environment where students develop socially, academically, and emotionally. Our school values collaboration and communication with parents, while offering high-quality education and extracurricular programs. Despite the school's current overall effectiveness grade of 'Requires Improvement', we focus on fostering good behaviour, personal development, and mental health to ensure students reach their full potential and become effective citizens.
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  • #10 in All Boys Schools in East of England

    Langham Oaks

    Langham Oaks is a boys' secondary boarding school located in Langham, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 8:1, our school provides a supportive environment for students with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. While our exam results and Ofsted rating require improvement, we prioritize the personal development and well-being of our students. Join us for a holistic education experience at Langham Oaks.
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  • Eaton Hall Specialist Academy

    Eaton Hall Specialist Academy is an outstanding all-through boarding school for boys aged 5-18. Led by Mr Peter Lambert, the school provides exceptional teaching and a tailored curriculum to meet each student's needs. With a student-teacher ratio of 3:1, Eaton Hall ensures individual attention and fosters positive attitudes towards learning. The school's relentless pursuit of high aspirations, strong support network, and close partnership with parents make it an excellent choice for students seeking outstanding progress and preparation for their next stage of education.
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  • Bedford School

    Bedford School is a Church of England middle deemed secondary boarding school for boys aged 7-18. With a history dating back to 1908, the school has a strong reputation for academic excellence and holistic development. It offers a range of scholarships and bursaries to support students, and the quality of teaching, learning, and assessment is rated as excellent. The school has a good overall effectiveness, with exceptional achievements in both academics and personal development. However, there is room for improvement in fostering creativity, independent thinking skills, and promoting understanding and respect for different cultures and backgrounds.
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  • Bramfield House School

    Bramfield House School is a boarding school located in Bramfield, East of England. With a history dating back to 1970, the school provides education for boys aged 7 to 16. Offering a supportive and nurturing environment, it specializes in addressing social, emotional, and mental health challenges, as well as moderate learning difficulties. With outstanding personal development and good overall effectiveness, Bramfield House School is committed to providing a quality education and fostering positive behavior and attitudes. Its leadership and management have been recognized as good in the latest Ofsted report.
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  • Jamiatul Uloom Al - Islamia

    Jamiatul Uloom Al - Islamia is a secondary school located in Luton, East of England. Founded in 2004, the school aims to develop Muslim students into responsible and successful individuals. With a good overall effectiveness rating from Ofsted, the school provides a quality education with a focus on personal development and positive behaviour. The school values collaboration between parents, guardians, and students to ensure consistent learning and progress. With a small student population of 78 boys, the school offers a supportive and focused environment for academic success.
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  • Challney High School for Boys

    Challney High School for Boys is a secondary school located in Luton, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 16:1, the school provides a supportive and focused learning environment for boys aged 11-16. Offering a wide range of resources and dedicated staff, Challney High School strives to help students achieve their academic potential. With a strong focus on academic achievement, the school has achieved a Grade C in academics and an overall grade of D-. Additionally, the school takes pride in its diverse student population, with 80.50% of students having English as a second language. The school's commitment to inclusivity is further demonstrated by supporting 11.6% of students with Special Educational Needs (SEN). With a 50% achievement rate of Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs, the school ensures that students receive a well-rounded education.
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  • Westcliff High School for Boys Academy

    Westcliff High School for Boys Academy is a secondary school located in Southend-on-Sea, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 19:1 and a strong focus on academic excellence, the school has consistently achieved impressive exam results. In 2019, 97% of students obtained a grade 5 or above in English and maths GCSEs, while 34% achieved AAB or higher in A-levels. The school offers a supportive environment for boys aged 11-18, with dedicated teachers and resources to help them succeed. With a commitment to inclusivity, the school provides SEN support and caters to students with English not as their first language. Westcliff High School for Boys Academy is a place where parents can be assured that their sons will receive a high-quality education and ample opportunities for their future success.
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  • Brandles School

    Brandles School is a secondary school located in North Hertfordshire, East of England. With a small school size of 70 students, including 61 boys, our focus is on providing quality education for boys aged 11-16. Our dedicated staff, led by Mr Paul Smith, ensure a supportive environment for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. With 38% of students eligible for free school meals, we strive to create inclusive opportunities for all.
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  • The Harbour School

    The Harbour School is a thriving all-through school located in Wilburton, East of England. Led by Headteacher Mrs Lise Sugden, the school provides a nurturing environment for boys aged 5-16. With a small student population of 93, individual attention is prioritized. The school offers free school meals to 57% of students, ensuring accessibility and support for families. With English not being the first language for only 2.30% of students, language support is readily available. The Harbour School is dedicated to fostering academic growth and personal development in a caring and inclusive community.
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  • Richard Hale School

    Richard Hale School is a secondary school located in Hertford, East of England. With a student teacher ratio of 16:1, the school provides excellent academic support. Offering a diverse range of subjects and achieving a grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs for 55% of students, Richard Hale School ensures a high standard of education. The school also has a strong focus on individual student needs, with 15% of students receiving SEN support. With a dedicated and experienced staff, Richard Hale School offers a safe and nurturing learning environment for boys aged 11-18.
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  • The Haberdashers' Aske Boys School

    The Haberdashers' Aske Boys School is an all-through boys' school located in Elstree, East of England. Established in 1980, it offers a comprehensive education for boys aged 4-18. With a strong emphasis on academic success, the school achieved an impressive 63.30% of students achieving AAB or higher in A-levels in 2019. Additionally, the school provides support for students with special educational needs (SEN), with 7.8% of students receiving SEN support. With a student population of 1422 and a dedicated headteacher, Mr Gus Lock, the school focuses on delivering a well-rounded educational experience and preparing students for their future endeavors.
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