Are you searching for boarding schools in England for boys? This is boys only boarding school in UK. Bedford School in Bedford, Bedfordshire is an independent boarding and day school for boys
aged 7–18 years, where fundamental traditions combine with innovative
educational thinking. In addition to an established reputation for
academic excellence, the School is known for its strengths in music, the
arts and sport.
Bedford School is set in parkland on an extensive estate in the centre of Bedford, a market town just 50 miles north of London.
Life at Bedford School is very full and, from their earliest years,
boys are encouraged to take full advantage of the endless opportunities
open to them. There is an easy mix of day boys, weekly and full
boarders, all of whom enjoy outstanding facilities and a full social
The School’s highly qualified teaching staff are selected on their
ability to communicate and inspire. The result is a vibrant, stimulating
environment, where boys can be happy, grow in self-confidence, thrive
academically, and make the most of the wide range of opportunities on
Bedford School welcomes boys for day and
boarding places between the ages of 7 – 18. Our Preparatory School
houses boys from Year 3 (7+) until the end of Year 8 (12+) after which
the boys move across into the Upper School. The whole School is set
in an impressive 45 acre estate, where boys of all ages interact with
The main points of entry into the
School are in Year 3, Year 7, Year 9 and Sixth Form. Entry into other
year groups is dependent on availability.
About the school
Boarding at Bedford School is rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
"'The School is held in high regard by
parents and particularly by boarders who believe they have been enabled
to have a most positive boarding experience that supports them in their
academic endeavour. This arises out of an all round excellent
performance of managers and staff in using the very good resources
effectively to provide boarders comfort and a beneficial environment for
their care and education. Of particular remark is success in instilling
values that allow boarders of diverse background to relate well to each
other and thrive in the School’s community.'
'Boarders regard the School as a welcoming and friendly place where everyone is included and has a voice.’
‘Equality and diversity is celebrated throughout the School. This provides boarders with a balanced perspective of the world.'
‘Boarders and staff enjoy good
relationships and mutual respect. Staff demonstrate genuine commitment
to their boarding welfare duties and are enthusiastic about their caring