Westbourne School is a co-educational board, founded in 1896 and comprising two departments:
Westbourne School is located in the beautiful, cozy seaside town of Penarth: you can get to the capital of Wales Cardiff in just 10 minutes, and the road to London takes about 2.5 hours. This is an excellent place for study and recreation: in the west there is a coastal strip and sea spaces, and the northern side is covered with dense green forests, opens a view of the spacious calm valleys.
Foreigners are attracted by the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the atmosphere of a traditional British school: there is a quota on foreign boarders at 15-20%. In general, no country has the pre-emptive right to educate students: children from Russia, Germany, Finland, Vietnam, France, China, Spain and Japan study here. According to statistics, children from many post-Soviet countries successfully study at the Westbourne School: despite the considerable differences in the educational systems, the pupils quickly adapt to the new conditions and are educated in the British model.