Independent Boarding School England

You have made up your mind to take your child to an independent school in the UK, and you are now wondering whether she should be a boarder or a day scholar. The decision depends entirely on you and your child. If you are a foreigner you may want to take them to a boarding school for obvious reasons – living arrangements are taken care of. If, however, you are local, the decision may be a bit harder to make.
Boarding schools have several important advantages. The first is that your child learns to be independent – the sooner they learn how to take care of themselves the better. Boarding schools also help you and your child avoid the daily hassle of getting to and from school, and this is important if you are a busy parent. It also gives your child the time to focus on her studies – she doesn’t have a daily commute to deal with and since she has supervised study sessions in the evening she is able to cover more ground.
That said, day independent schools have their advantages. The biggest one is that you get to see your child every day, and this is important for many parents. The child also sees her parents and this provides them with more stability in their lives. The parent is able to detect problems that may otherwise have been missed in a boarding school and fix them before they become more serious. You may, however, want to stick with a boarding school because they tend to have higher pass rates.
If you are still having a hard time making up your mind you should enroll your daughter at St. Francis College in Hertfordshire. It has both day and boarding facilities and if you enroll her in one and she doesn’t like doesn’t like it you can always have her moved to the other.