Bradfield College

Founded in 1850, Bradfield College is a co-educational independent senior boarding and day school based in the beautiful setting of Bradfield, near Reading. Bradfield caters for 724 pupils of which 613 are boarders. The Background The school were introduced to Minerva via their auditors who were aware of their desire to ensure they were getting […]

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Hall Grove School

Hall Grove is an independent co-educational school for pupils aged 4 to 13. Based in Bagshot, Surrey, the school was founded by the Graham family in 1956 and had just 6 pupils. Today the school, owned by Mr Graham’s son Alastair, has a thriving community of over 330 pupils. The Background Working with Liz Doran,

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Rookwood School

Based in Andover in Hampshire, Rookwood School is a co-educational independent day and boarding school serving pupils aged between 3 and 16 years of age. With an average class size of 14 they have a roll of more than 330 pupils. The Background Having worked with the Bursar, Jonathan Frost, in a previous life as

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Prince’s Mead

Overlooking the beautiful Itchen Valley, Prince’s Mead School was founded in 1949 in Winchester and moved to its present home, Worthy House, in 1999. Co-educational for ages 3 to 11 this vibrant school has around 265 pupils. The Background The bursar, Richard White, met with Minerva at the Independent School Bursars Association Annual Conference. Having

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