Centre Academy London is formed by two special needs schools in the UK - Centre Academy London and Centre Academy East Anglia. At both locations, the institution follows the purpose to provide excellent education, while also enabling students with various learning difficulties to succeed. The school receives students with Dyslexia, AD/HD, Dyspraxia, Asperger Syndrome, Speech and Language problems, and others. Admission is on a case-by-case basis and enrollment is limited to ensure small class sizes for all. At CA London, acceptance is a total of 60 students and at CA East Anglia, a total... See full description.
Dartford Grammar School residing in Dartford, Kent, England was founded in 1576 as a secondary school for boys. The school also holds language institute status and the IB program. The students are divided into five units: D’Aeth (Yellow), Gwyn (Purple), Havelock (Red), Vaughan (Green) and Wilson (Blue). Another interesting fact is that the school has a unique color system according to the achievement of students. A badge with a crest represents excellence in rugby, swimming, cricket or athletics, purple denotes success in performing arts, tour ties to be acquainted with foreign sports... See full description.
Marymount International School London is a small, independent Catholic day and boarding school for girls aged 11 to 18, fully committed to the academic, emotional, spiritual, and social development of its students.
Established in 1955 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM), to meet the needs of families in the international business and diplomatic community, the school embraces and embodies the RSHM Mission “that all may have life”. Marymount welcomes girls of all nationalities and religious traditions, providing a unique environment of cultural exchange and... See full description.