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Best Private Primary Schools in South West

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  • Ringwood Waldorf School

    Ringwood Waldorf School is a co-educational all-through school located in Ashley, South West. Established in 1975, the school provides a nurturing and imaginative learning environment for children aged 3-18. With a focus on personal development and high-quality teaching, the school has shown significant improvement and offers excellent outcomes for its students. The school's beautiful location near the New Forest and Southampton adds to its appeal. With small class sizes and a curriculum that promotes holistic education, Ringwood Waldorf School provides a unique educational experience.
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  • Immanuel Christian School

    Immanuel Christian School is a co-educational Christian school located in Westerleigh, South West. With a small school size of 60 students and a focus on providing a safe and nurturing environment, our dedicated staff ensures that every child receives the support they need. Our good OFSTED ratings reflect our commitment to high-quality teaching, excellent leadership, and positive student achievement.
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  • The Maynard School

    The Maynard School is the top independent day school for girls in the South West. With a rich history dating back to 1658, we provide exceptional pastoral care and have a remarkable reputation for excellence in the arts, music, and sports. Our academic results are consistently impressive, with a focus on achieving AAB or higher at A-level and an average points score of 45.12. We are specialists in educating girls and pride ourselves on nurturing bright careers, lifelong friendships, and a strong moral foundation.
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  • Talbot Heath School

    Talbot Heath School is an all-through girls' boarding school located in Bournemouth. With a history dating back to 1980, the school offers a nurturing environment and a strong focus on academic excellence. Boasting a variety of scholarships and SEN support, it caters to a diverse range of students. Results show impressive achievements, with a high percentage of students achieving AAB or higher at A-level. With a Christian ethos and a wide range of extracurricular activities, Talbot Heath School provides a well-rounded education for girls aged 3-19.
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  • Colston's School

    Colston's School is an all-through co-ed school in Bristol, South West. With a history dating back to 1903, the school offers a comprehensive education for students aged 3-18. Led by Mr Jeremy McCullough, the school focuses on providing a joyful and active learning environment. With excellent exam results, including an average EBacc point score of 5.45 at KS4 and 32.50% achieving AAB or higher at A-levels, Colston's School ensures a high standard of education. The school also offers a range of extracurricular activities, clubs, and opportunities for leadership and service, creating a well-rounded educational experience.
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  • St Joseph's School

    St Joseph's School is a vibrant and nurturing educational institution that has been providing a solid foundation for students since 1957. With small class sizes, excellent pastoral care, and high expectations, our students excel academically, in sports, and the arts. We offer a wide range of scholarships and discounts, ensuring equal opportunities for all. Our outstanding GCSE results reflect the dedication and commitment of our students and staff. With a strong focus on individual growth and achievement, St Joseph's School is the perfect place for your child to thrive.
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  • Queen's College

    Queen's College is an all-through co-ed boarding school founded in 1919. With a strong Methodist ethos, the school offers a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to support students in making the most of their talents. The school has a dedicated Development Office that engages the wider community and raises funds for projects and student support. With a focus on academic achievement, Queen's College consistently produces excellent exam results, with 27.40% of A-level students achieving AAB or higher in 2019.
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  • Shebbear College

    Shebbear College is a co-educational all-through boarding school in Shebbear, South West England. Founded in 1980, the school offers a comprehensive education for students aged 2-19 years old. With a strong emphasis on academic excellence, the school provides various scholarships and discounts to support students' development. Additionally, Shebbear College is committed to inclusivity, with 24.2% of students receiving SEN support. The school's impressive exam results, including an EBacc average point score of 3.31 at KS4 and an average points score of 35.14 at A-level, highlight the success of its educational programs. With a nurturing Methodist environment and a wide range of extracurricular activities, Shebbear College is an ideal choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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  • West Buckland School

    West Buckland School is an all-through Christian co-ed boarding school that fosters confidence, critical thinking, creativity, courage, commitment, and caring. With a strong emphasis on scholarship opportunities and support for students with special educational needs, the school provides a nurturing environment that encourages independence, integrity, resilience, and character development. Recognized for its impressive exam results, including a high percentage of students achieving AAB or higher at A-level, West Buckland School is an excellent choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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  • Rendcomb College

    Rendcomb College is an all-through co-ed boarding school founded in 1921. With a student population of 396, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive environment for children aged 3-19. It provides a range of scholarships and discounts, including academic, art, music, and sports scholarships. With a focus on individual support, the school has a SEN support rate of 23.8%. Rendcomb College aims to provide a well-rounded education, supported by its strong exam results and achievements in A-levels.
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  • Stover School

    Stover School is a prestigious co-educational Church of England school located in Stover, Teigngrace. With a history dating back to 1942, the school offers all-through education for students aged 3-19. Boasting a beautiful 64-acre site within Stover Park, the school provides a nurturing environment for academic excellence and personal development. With a strong focus on the performing arts, including music and drama, Stover School offers a wide range of scholarships and discounts to support students' talents. The school is proud of its inclusive approach, with 30.3% of students receiving SEN support. Achieving impressive exam results, Stover School prepares students for future success.
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  • Wycliffe College

    Wycliffe College is an all-through co-educational boarding school located in Stonehouse, South West. With a history dating back to 1925, the school offers a nurturing environment for students aged 3-19 years. Boasting a range of scholarships and discounts, Wycliffe College focuses on academic excellence, offering a wide range of subjects and achieving impressive exam results. The school also prioritizes the happiness and wellbeing of its students, providing support and opportunities for personal growth.
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  • Kingsley School

    Kingsley School is an all-through co-educational boarding school located in Bideford, South West. With a dedicated staff led by Mr Robert Pavis, the headteacher, the school has been providing quality education since its establishment in 1980. Offering a wide range of scholarships and discounts, Kingsley School nurtures students aged 2 to 19, with a strong focus on academic achievement, arts, sports, and music. With small class sizes and a supportive environment, the school ensures that every student receives individual attention and support. Additionally, Kingsley School is committed to inclusivity, with 20.6% of students receiving SEN support. The school's excellent exam results, including a 27.80% achievement of AAB or higher at A-levels and an average EBacc point score of 3.15 at KS4, make it a great choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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  • St John's School

    St John's School is a comprehensive co-educational school located in Sidmouth, South West. With a rich history dating back to 1914, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive environment for students aged 2-19. We are proud of our extensive curriculum that focuses on bringing out the best in every pupil. With a strong emphasis on traditional principles and a commitment to academic excellence, we strive to provide a well-rounded education that prepares our students for future success. As evidenced by our exam results, we have a dedicated team of teachers who support our students in achieving their potential. Additionally, we offer various scholarships and discounts to ensure accessibility for all families. At St John's School, we are excited to embark on a thriving and fascinating future alongside our students and their parents.
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  • Clifton College

    Clifton College is a prestigious co-educational boarding school in Bristol. With a history dating back to 1910, the school offers an all-through education for students aged 4-19. Driven by high academic standards, Clifton College provides a contemporary and nurturing environment for students from around the world. Boasting impressive exam results, including 34.90% of A-level students achieving AAB or higher, the school prepares its graduates for success at top UK universities. With a range of scholarships and discounts available, Clifton College is committed to providing opportunities for all students, including those with special educational needs.
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  • King Edward's School

    King Edward's School is a co-educational all-through school located in Bath. With a history dating back to 1980, the school offers a comprehensive education for students aged 3 to 19 years. Led by Mr Martin J Boden, the school prides itself on its strong academic curriculum and wide range of scholarship opportunities in various fields including academics, arts, drama, music, and sports. With a balanced gender ratio and a supportive environment, the school aims to provide a nurturing learning experience for all students. They also offer SEN support for 8% of students. King Edward's School has a total of 1134 students, with a dedicated nursery and sixth form, ensuring a seamless educational journey for all. With a focus on individual development and achievement, the school strives to prepare its students for successful futures. The school's exam results reflect their commitment to academic excellence, with an average points score of 1.48 in EBacc at KS4 and 46.60% of A-level students achieving AAB or higher. Overall, King Edward's School provides a vibrant and inclusive community where students can thrive.
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  • Bristol Grammar School

    Bristol Grammar School is a prestigious co-educational day school located in Bristol. With a rich history dating back to 1980, the school offers a comprehensive curriculum for students aged 4-18 years. Boasting excellent exam results, including a high percentage of students achieving AAB or higher at A-level, Bristol Grammar School provides a nurturing and inclusive environment for all students. Scholarships and bursaries are available, and the school has a dedicated support system for students with special educational needs.
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  • Wellington School

    Wellington School is an all-through Christian co-educational boarding school located in Wellington, South West. With a history dating back to 1980, the school offers a comprehensive education from ages 2-18. With a strong focus on academic excellence, Wellington School offers various scholarships including academic, art, music, sport, and sixth form scholarships. The school is committed to providing support for students with special educational needs, with 13.7% of students receiving SEN support. The school's exam results showcase a high standard of achievement, with a strong A-level performance and a notable percentage of students achieving GCSE grades 4 or higher.
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  • Wells Cathedral School

    Wells Cathedral School is a prestigious all-through Christian boarding school with a history dating back to 1955. With a total of 800 students, the school offers a co-ed environment for children aged 2-19 years. It provides an inclusive education with support for students with special educational needs. The school offers a wide range of scholarships and discounts, fostering a culture of academic excellence and talent development. With impressive exam results, including a high percentage of students achieving AAB or higher at A-level, Wells Cathedral School is an ideal choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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  • Cheltenham College

    Cheltenham College is an all-through Church of England co-ed boarding school located in Cheltenham, South West. With a history dating back to 1841, the school offers a comprehensive education from nursery to sixth form. Boasting a diverse range of academic scholarships, as well as scholarships in art, music, sport, and more, Cheltenham College provides opportunities for students to excel in various fields. The school also offers support for students with special educational needs, ensuring inclusivity for all. With a strong track record of exam results, including high achievement in A-levels, Cheltenham College is a top choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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