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King Williams College was founded in 1833 and is a member of the HMC (the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference). The school provides diversified courses based on high-quality teaching, pays attention to the overall development of students, and always adheres to small-class teaching to ensure that every student can receive adequate encouragement and support. A strong faculty team and abundant facility resources allow students to continuously develop their potential, explore interest, and develop personality. Over the past century, the college has been committed to cultivating talents with outstanding academic performance and integrity, and has continuously imported a large number of outstanding students into the world's top universities.


Long Bridge Tower College was founded in 1983 and is the only private boarding school in Northumberland that provides small coeducational schools for students from 3 to 18 years old. The school has strong teachers and a strong academic atmosphere. The school respects the individual development of each student, advocates paying attention to the growth of each child, and is committed to laying a solid foundation for the future of the student. According to The Telegraph, the school’s 2017 A grade results were ranked 24th in the UK; the Sunday Times mentioned in the "Excellent School Guide" that the school was ranked 8th in the Northeast.


Barnard Castle School was founded in 1883 and is a co-educational private school covering an area of nearly 50 acres. When selecting students, pay more attention to their personal development potential. In education, more attention is paid to the development of students' leadership, teamwork spirit and communication skills. The school’s junior and senior high school enrollment rate is excellent, GCSE and A-level scores are maintained above the national average every year, and are improving year by year, especially in science. The A-Level pass rate is 100%, and 48% of the students can achieve A*-B excellent results.


Gatwith School is a day school for boys and girls aged 2 to 18, conveniently located on 16 acres in rural Harewood. Being a small school makes it easy for staff to get to know students better: by identifying their strengths and weaknesses, they can provide a personalised education so that every child who joins the school can reach their full potential.



Queen Edberg’s College was founded in 1912 and is located in Yorkshire, northeast England. It is a co-educational private school covering an area of more than 220 acres. According to The Telegraph, the school ranks fifth among private high schools in the UK and third among boarding schools. The college has a long-standing reputation for humanistic care and academics, and is internationally recognized by the British Council. It is listed as one of the top British schools by the Sunday Times for its outstanding academic results. The faculty, academic achievements, hardware facilities and extracurricular activities of the college are all of the first-class level. It is committed to providing students with a superior academic atmosphere and living environment, and strives to create a safe and vibrant school community.

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