Through its academic achievements, Westminster has positioned itself one of the best school for boys in the country at GCSE level, and it is ranked equally high for its co-educational sixth form. Boys recently achieved 97.1% A*/A with an incredible 85.2% at A* for their GCSE’s. Not to be outdone, the sixth formers achieved a record breaking year in 2018 and achieved an amazing 88.1% of A-level/Pre-U grades at A*/A.

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St Paul’s

St Paul’s School (not to be mistaken for St Paul’s Girls’ School) is an independent school for boys situated on the Thames in south west London.  The school is split into St Paul’s Juniors for ages 7-13 and St Paul’s School for boys aged 13-18 and offers both day and boarding.

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King’s College

King’s College School is an independent school for boys from 11-18, with girls joining at 16-18. The school resides out in Wimbledon, away from the main hustle and bustle of the city, but it features in many parent’s list of schools nowadays thanks to its stellar recent achievements.

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Ibstock is a co-ed day school located in Roehampton in south-west London. They’ve recently enjoyed great academic success in 2018 with their pupils achieving 84% A*/A at GCSE and IGCSE level.

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Alleyn’s have recently enjoyed a record breaking year in terms of GCSE results, with 92% achieving A* or A (9, 8 or 7) in 2018 along with 77% A*/A at A level making it one of the best co-educational schools in the country and regularly sit in the top 25 in the charts.

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