Schools in Wales


CHRIST COLLEGE

Headmaster

: Mr Gareth Pearson

Ages

: Boys/Girls: 7-18 years 

Attendance

: Day, Boarding & Weekly Boarding

No. of Students

: 381

Religious Affiliation

: Christian
Bridge Street
Brecon
Powys
LD3 8AF
Tel. +44(0)1874 615440

 
Christ College is one of Britain's most ancient schools, founded by Royal Charter in 1541 by King Henry VIII. It occupies an enviable site on the outskirts of Brecon, a safe, small market town in a National Park. The school buildings reflect the schools ancient past as well as its determination to provide the best modern facilities possible for its pupils.
 

OAKLEIGH HOUSE SCHOOL

Headteacher

: Rhian Ferriman

Ages

: Boys/Girls: 2½ - 11 years 

Attendance

: Day
38 Penlan Crescent
Swansea
SA2 0RL
Tel. +44(0)1792 298537

 
Oakleigh House is a co-educational independent primary school for children aged 2½-11 years. It is situated in the Uplands area of Swansea, adjoining Cwmdonkin Park. Teachers plan a broad, modern curriculum, set clear goals and attach great importance to good manners and the development of self-discipline.
For more information please visit our website
 

ST CLARE'S SCHOOL

Headteacher

: Mrs H Hier

Ages

: Boys/Girls: 3 - 18 years 

Attendance

: Day
Newton
Porthcawl
CF36 5AS
Tel. +44(0)1656 789966

 
St Clare’s offers a traditional education for boys and girls from Nursery through to Sixth Form.
Our traditional approach to education is balanced with contemporary ideas and techniques. The broad and rigorous curriculum is constantly evolving to give each individual child as many educational opportunities as possible.
For more information please visit our website
 

InterHigh

Contact

: Mr. Paul Daniell, Headteacher

Ages

: Boys/Girls: 10 - 24 years 

Attendance

: Day

No. of Students

: 750

Online School
Tel. +44(0)1873 813900


Interhigh
InterHigh was established in 2005 and currently has around 750 pupils worldwide. Lessons are delivered by professionally qualified teachers and the pupils log into virtual classrooms via their own school dashboard.
Our school offers a uniquely flexible approach to learning, empowering students to take control and supporting their academic progress and success.
In 2014, our students' IGCSE success placed us in the top 15% of schools nationally; around half of our A-Level students go on to study at the university of their choice and a number have attended Oxford and Cambridge.

Interhigh