The chold has been studying at this school for the second year - there are no complaints.
Excellent British boarding school far away from big cities, green campus and good teachers.
We took Westonbirt School due to two options: it is considered one of the strongest in the country in the middle classes, plus separate education since 11 years old (only girls study).
Our requests for universities are high, so we went to England in the 7th grade (now finish the 8th), to prepare properly and in the final certificate there were excellent grades according to a complicated program (by the way, not all go to A-level, by the way did not know). Our daughter does best in math and physics, mindset to the exact sciences, and wants to get education in IT.
So, in ordinary schools, boys often get more "emphasis" from teachers on the exact sciences, and girls, they say, do better as humanities scholars. Here, no discounts are made to anyone: you are good at math - it means that you will be in the best class. Comparing assessments and developing abilities no, girls are not shy about doing all kinds of research, solving problems quickly and practically. Well, as for leisure (they say, they will not learn to communicate with the boys) - there are enough periodic general events (sports and entertainment) and excursions.