Boarding School

Your son has been more and more distracted at home over the years and with A levels fast approaching you are wondering whether boarding school would help him become more focused so that he can get a grade that will help him get into university. Boarding school has its pros and cons. The biggest con, for most parents, is that they have to send their child away from home at a relatively young age and they worry about how they will get on.
This isn’t something you should worry about. In the past, boarding schools in the UK were run by extremely strict administrators who didn’t care much about their charges emotional wellbeing – so long as they scored a passing grade in the end that was all that mattered. Today, however, these schools are run but extremely competent individuals. Not only are they highly trained in child education and the syllabus, they are also experts in child and teenage well being. Your son will be in the best of hands, and if there are any problems you will be informed right away so that you can become a part of the solution.
Boarding schools is definitely a good idea for your son. His problem at home has been lots of distractions – not only does he have to handle a commute to school and back every day, when he gets home he has to contend with all manner of gadgets and friends who are vying for his attention. Some children are easily distracted and for them boarding school is a good place to learn how to focus.
One of the best is the Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies. It is run by well trained professionals and offers a great curriculum. You can see https://www.ccss.co.uk/ for more information.

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