If you are interested in securing a place at a UK boarding school for your child, but are confused by the different options and unfamiliar UK school system, SI-UK and ASIS Schools can help you find the right destination and secure a place at a UK boarding school.
The ASIS and SI-UK teams consists of former Headmasters and Headmistresses, plus teachers and school administrators, who have collectively been in the schools for over 100 years.
We know how stressful and difficult it is for children and parents to relocate, which is why you are in safe hands with David Boddy, formerly Chairman of the UK Society of Heads and Head of St James Senior School for Boys in London, and Senior Consultant Suzie Oweiss, formerly of the Good School Guide.
The Boarding School Service guarantees your child an offer from a UK boarding school, or all your fees are refunded.
An initial 60 minute consultation is free of charge and will provide an overview of the UK education system and its schools. It is important for your child to be in attendance during this first meeting, as your consultant will need to learn more about their wishes for the future. Parents should bring all supporting documents to the first meeting, detailing the child's academic, social, artistic and sporting achievements.
Many of the UK’s best schools are highly competitive to get into, and a coaching, mentoring and tutoring service is also provided. Children will need to perform well in entrance tests and in subsequent interviews, usually with the Head Teacher or a senior Admissions Tutor, and our consultants are familiar with many of the school admissions departments and can help prepare students for what is to come.
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If you are interested in learning more, arrange a free consultation in Nairobi or Mombasa today.
SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. Their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities and, through my consultants' advice and application assistance, I was able to receive offers from my favoured universities.
Carla Termini King's College London, Accounting and Finance