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  • Main building with fields in front and hills in the distance

    Wycliffe Prep School, Stroud

    Muddy says: Looking for a nurturing school with strong academic, sporting and extra-curricular form? This non-hot-housey co-ed for ages 2-13 could be just the ticket.

  • Port Regis Prep School

    Muddy says: A co-ed day and boarding school for ages two to 13 in Dorset which is one of the great prep schools in the country where you'll find outstanding facilities and results, and a huge amount of fun.

  • Hatherop pupils running in front of school

    Hatherop Castle

    Muddy says: A co-ed day and boarding prep school near Cirencester with a strong family ethos for ages two to 13 that feels straight out of the pages of a children’s storybook.

  • three boys in red tops and blue shorts on a wooden climbing frame at Chafyn Grove

    Chafyn Grove

    Muddy says: Looking for a school with strong sports and academic prowess without the hothousing agenda? Say hello to this impressive co-ed prep school for ages 3-13.

  • Sandroyd School

    Muddy says: Hard to find fault with this impressive co-ed prep school on the stunning Rushmore Estate - a family vibe, great results and lots of old-fashioned fun.

  • Rendcomb College, Cirencester

    Muddy says: An outdoorsy co-ed junior school for ages 3-11 with small pupil numbers but whopper facilities, hidden away in 230 stunning acres in the heart of the Cotswolds.

  • pupils walking in front of Wycliffe Senior School in Stonehouse, sunny day, flag flying, green grass

    Wycliffe College

    Muddy says: A nurturing, co-ed boarding and day school for pupils aged 13 to 18 near Stroud that's big on fostering individualism and helping kids find their niche in life.

  • School open days, children from Wycliffe College on an activity day

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    Thinking of putting your child in for the 11+? Having a verbal/non-verbal panic? I hear you sister! Here's what to do.

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