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  • Warwick Prep School, Warwick

    Muddy says: A vibrant, high-achieving and inclusive leading day school with a purposeful vibe, for boys aged 3 - 7 and girls aged 3 - 11, on the spacious 50-acre Warwick School campus.

  • Wondering how schools can attract more girls into STEM at uni?

    With it being International Women's Day this week, Richard Nicholson, Head at King’s High, Warwick, tells us how this progressive all-girls senior school is addressing the gender imbalance.

  • The Croft Prep, Stratford-upon-Avon

    Muddy says: For a warm, caring and family-orientated all-rounder education, this is a great high-achieving co-ed prep in a wonderful rural idyll with its own Conservation Woodland and Forest School.

  • Warwick Junior School

    Muddy says: Set on the 50-acre site of one of Britain's oldest surviving grammar schools, there's nothing stuck in the past about this warm, nurturing and creative top independent day school for boys aged 7 to 11 in beautiful Warwick.

  • Superflashy School News!

    Woo-hoo! King’s High has just been announced as The Sunday Times West Midlands Independent Secondary School of the Year, 2019.

  • King’s High, Warwick

    Muddy says: One of the UK's top performing independent schools for girls aged 11-18 chosen as The Sunday Times' West Midlands Independent Secondary School of the Year, 2019. This year sees the school moving into a stunning new spacious, green campus.

  • Bosworth College

    Although very informal (no uniforms), it's a traditional school. Students who work hard and recognise the need to work outside of the curriculum to develop themselves in both a social and academic sense pre their University application, will do well here. Also great for elite sports students.

  • Pitsford School

    A nurturing small, independent ISA co-educational school and pre-prep in a picturesque Northamptonshire village housed in a characterful Georgian building with outstanding results.

  • Carrdus School

    A small, more intimate, 'family' oriented co-ed prep school, Carrdus School near Banbury is a good option for those who resolutely don't want to hot-house their kids.

  • Ashfold School, Dorton, near Aylesbury

    Know about this bucolic co-ed prep school in mid Bucks' rolling hills? Ashfold feeds into top independent schools including Rugby, says Muddy founder and Bucks/Oxon editor Hero Brown

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