We work with families from around the world to help their children prepare and gain access to the leading private schools in Great Britain. British education offers a world-class academic approach with a global reputation and a wealth of opportunities. By individually assessing each child's needs, we help find the most suitable schools not only from an academic standpoint, but also ensuring a thriving social environment.
We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible to begin the onboarding process, so we can learn more about your child's background and requirements
We will organise an academic assessment with one of our expert tutors to evaluate your child's academic levels and what preparation is required
We will identify a range of suitable schools where the child’s academic potential and interests will be met and enhanced
As your child begins their tutoring journey with OEE, we will closely monitor their reports and progress and, if necessary, adapt their lessons or tutoring plan
Gaining access to leading British private schools can often seem daunting and exhausting. Our goal is to ensure that this process is easy on you and your child, whilst also maximising your child's chances of acceptance to the school of their first choice.
Once we have conducted our academic assessment and agreed on the choice of schools, we will take control and guide you through the entire process. This means that:
we will be the point of contact with the schools and liaise with them directly to learn more about the entrance procedures and identify their selection process;
we will put together a plan to maximise your child's chances of admission by helping them with practice for the entrance examinations and interviews;
we will arrange and organise any required logistical support for your family to visit prospective schools and accompany you to offer any necessary help and guidance.
Usually, school entrance is open for the ages of 7, 9, 11, 13 and 16 although entrance at other ages is sometimes available.
In addition to being a motivated and willing student, the child needs to have a good command of English, well-developed interpersonal skills, adaptability, and a sense of humour.
Day schools are where pupils come home each evening and return to school in the morning. Boarding schools are where pupils remain at school for the duration of the academic term, returning home for the half term break and some long weekends. Some schools offer flexi-boarding options where the pupils stay a few nights a week at school and the remainder at home.
Boarding schools give pupils the opportunity to demonstrate independence and individuality, immerse in school life and participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities. They help develop strong organisation and social skills in a disciplined environment.
Whilst there is no strong scientific evidence that there are clear benefits of single gender education however, there is some support for the premise that single gender schooling can be helpful especially for certain outcomes related to academic achievement and more positive academic aspirations. The decision as to whether a child goes to a single gender education establishment is child specific and any decision has to be made based on the family’s views and beliefs.
There is a strong pastoral support network built over a long period of time, which includes various members of school staff, housemaster, matrons, personal tutor, who all have substantial training and experience in dealing with a full range of all pupil needs.
We offer a Guardianship service to provide additional support for pupils and to monitor their emotional, physical and academic welfare.
Each school offers prospective students an opportunity to attend an Open Day, which will give you and your child a good indication whether or not this school meets your requirements.. It is always advisable that, where possible, families try to visit schools personally to get the feel of the school and it’s ethos. You can also assess the school’s location, facilities, and what extra activities are offered. You will also have the opportunity to meet and speak with teaching staff and pupils, which will give a good idea how happy and well supported your child would be at that particular school.
School placement is a highly personalised service and the fees are dependent on a number of factors including your child’s age at the moment of application, if application is made within or outside the normal deadlines, etc. We will be very happy to discuss your specific requirements to determine the amount of work involved and the corresponding level of fees.