Prep School

Tailored admission advice for Prep Schools in the UK

If you want the best possible education for your child, then choosing a school is an important decision that needs to be made with care and consideration

Every Prep School has its distinct features and unique qualities that will shape and impact your child’s character during those crucial early years of school.

Because of our consultants’ extensive personal knowledge, we can provide you with the best support and advice. Prep schools are all different, and you want your child to have the best experience possible.

We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential through education and enrichment programmes tailored to their specific needs. That is why we work hard to provide parents with information about what makes each school unique and how they compare to other top-tier institutions across the country. We hope this helps you make your decision!

We have advised and helped hundreds of parents get their children into a prep school of their choice with our expert advice and support services. We specialise in assisting families in finding the perfect fit for them through our in-depth knowledge of British independent prep schools.

We also specialise in school placement outside of the usual entry points for particular circumstances or families relocating to the UK.

Contact us online or give us a call on 0207 060 4494 to speak with us.


Prep, or preparatory schools, are similar to primary schools, but some go up to the age of 13. In a few cases, they can progress all the way to GCSE (16 years old).

Prep schools are independent, which means they are not bound by the National Curriculum. In most cases, they use it as a starting point and then expand on it.

Every prep school has its own ethos and personality, so it is critical that your child attends a school that is a good fit for them – that’s where our consultants come in and advise.

Yes, these schools prepare children to sit common entrance exams, either at 11+ or 13+. Competition for places at prep schools can be very fierce, especially amongst those with a reputation for getting pupils into some of the most prestigious institutions such as Eton, Winchester and St. Paul’s.