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    Bedford Girls’ School, Bedford

    This independent school for girls age 7-18 is a truly refreshing environment, with outstanding facilites, where girls can try everything, take responsibility for their choices and feel completely confident in their own skin.

  • Charlotte House Prep School

    Charlotte House Prep School for Girls, Rickmansworth

    This pint-sized Prep school has a nurturing approach and a can-do attitude which fuels girls with the confidence and resilience to ready them for the next steps in their education.

  • Howe Green House School, Bishop’s Stortford

    This lovely co-ed Prep and nursery on the Herts/Essex border has a village school feel and puts the needs of individual pupils first with an outstanding pastoral offering.

  • Swanbourne House School, Swanbourne

    Muddy says: This bucolic, rural prep school on the Bucks/Beds border has had quite a year, with a new, dynamic, sometimes controversial head teacher. Twelve months on, here's my update.

  • Kimbolton School (Senior), Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

    Muddy says: You'll find 120 acres of glorious grounds and a stunning castle setting at this high-achieving co-ed senior school for day pupils and boarders age 11 - 18, with a strong all-rounder reputation and great results. Fancy a closer look?

  • Berkhamsted School Senior Boys, Girls and Sixth

    These two single sex Senior schools and Co-ed Sixth Form offer a melting pot of traditional and modern facilities and values which combine to bring a vibrant and dynamic education to their students.

    • St Hilda’s Prep School, Bushey

      Muddy says: This petite girls' Prep school puts empathy and education for the future at the forefront of the curriculum, producing academically robust and emotionally resilient young women.

    • Tring Park School for the Performing Arts

      Muddy says: Lights, Camera, Action - and very likely international fame. This awesome local performing arts school has a to-die-for alumni list and a healthy, sensible work ethic for its young talent.

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