A fairly new joint school, Myddleton College, is located at the site of the former Denbi school and provides excellent balanced education programs for children and adolescents (middle and senior, grades from 11 to 18). It respects the traditional British values - it concerns the educational sphere, and the ability to behave, think broadly and draw objective conclusions, treat with respect to all people. The institution received its name in honor of the founders, the Middleton family, who lived in the same city and did much to improve the level of education in the region. Here boys and girls can be trained, children from any country of the world, any color of skin and religion are accepted - the school is proud of the diversity and uniqueness of its students.
The cozy town of Denbi (in Welsh, the official language of Wales - "small fortress") is located in the county of Derbyshire and has only about 10 000 inhabitants. This is the heart of North Wales: students can enjoy a daily view of Vale of Clwyd, which is on the list of 4 most beautiful places in the region (AONB). Not far away is the famous park Snowdonia, a place of unique combination of nature and history, forming an ancient, charming and tranquil atmosphere.
In no way is any relationship with parents, friends or loved ones forbidden-on the contrary, school staff encourages constant communication of children both inside the school and outside it. Here there is a friendly, calm and comfortable atmosphere, so that pupils quickly make a lot of new friends, constantly communicate in residences, electives, sports games and leisure activities. Here no one will feel lonely!