Parents from all over the world send their children for education to independent schools in the UK because there are no better institutions in the world that can provide their child with the knowledge of discipline, correct values, enhance their competitive skills and evolve their mind with strong academic work.
In the UK, there are four stages of educational processes: nursery (ages 3-4), primary education (ages 4-11), secondary education (ages 11-18) and tertiary education (ages 18+). In the private education sector the groupings of ages vary: nursery or pre-preparatory school (ages 2-7/8), preparatory school (ages 7/8-13), senior school (ages 11/13-16) and sixth form (ages 16-18). There aren’t any substantial differences in the education curriculum between England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
For overseas pupils, under the age of 18 studying in full-time education it is, by law, necessary to have an appointment guardian who can be contacted 24 hours a day for reasons of emergency.
Education & Adaptation Company works with overseas parents to help them identify the purpose of sending their child into full-time education in the UK and monitor their child’s growing up process by working closely with the three main parties in this project: the child, the parent and the school.