The Royal Wolverhampton School (Royal Wolverhampton School) is a prestigious and well-known private boarding school where a joint form of training is accepted. Students (British and foreigners) are offered full-time, weekly or full board: today the number of students is about 710 people, of which 23% are foreigners, representatives of more than 24 peoples, nationalities and cultures.
Today the school occupies the territory near Birmingham and is located on 16 hectares of well-groomed, picturesque terrain. Prefix Royal ("royal") to its name the school received in 1891 by the order of Queen Victoria: until now the institution is under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen Mother Elizabeth.
Due to the small size of the Royal Wolverhampton School, all students are constantly in close contact with each other, with teachers, educators and administrators. It is very easy to quickly monitor all the successes and achievements of each child, provide each with an individual, personal approach, close individual attention to unique abilities, characteristics, talents and needs. Employees of the school strive not only to educate children and prepare them for the university - here children are made happy, they bring up harmonious, comprehensively developed personalities.