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Beach Education to hold boarding school fair

Representatives from the Leys School in Cambridge will participate in an education fair on Friday and Saturday (Photograph from baisis.org.uk)

An education fair this week will spotlight 13 boarding schools throughout Britain and the Isle of Man.

The free event is sponsored by Beach Education and will take place at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute on Friday and Saturday.

British boarding schools Bede’s, Ardingly College, Clayesmore, King’s Taunton, Mount Kelly, Millfield, Cheltenham Ladies, Sexey’s, Bedford and the Leys School, which have all presented on the island before, will participate in the fair.

Three new schools — Cheltenham College, Repton and King William’s College in the Isle of Man — will also be featured.

Fiona Beach, the director of Beach Education, said the organisation is “excited to showcase a wonderfully diverse group of outstanding boarding schools specifically invited to appeal to students in Bermuda.

“I encourage all families to come to our event and learn what options are available to their children.”

The fair will run from 3.30pm to 7pm on Friday and 2pm to 6pm on Saturday.

To register for the event, click theeventbrite link, or visit the organisation’sFacebook page or beacheducation.com

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Published April 15, 2024 at 4:52 pm (Updated April 15, 2024 at 5:51 pm)

Beach Education to hold boarding school fair

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