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Welcome to the Royal Alexandra and Albert School

The Royal Alexandra and Albert School is a boarding school for girls and boys aged 7 to 18. Our results have risen steadily over the last eleven years and, in parallel, our pupil numbers have gently grown from 530 in 2002 to 986 in September 2013. With the growth of the Sixth Form and a rise in boarding numbers we expect to reach our maximum of 1100 in September 2017.

With 170 pupils in the Sixth Form in September 2014 we are big enough to offer a wide range of subjects but small enough to care about each pupil. 40% of all A level grades obtained in 2013 were grade B or above and the Lower Sixth achieved 45% of top grades.

In addition to high quality teaching, pupils enjoy outstanding pastoral care, top-class facilities and packed schedule of activities. With 470 boarders and 525 Flexi Boarders and Day Boarders this is a lively community with lessons on Saturday mornings and a significant community of boarders who stay at weekends.

Excellent results combined with affordable fees make this school the first choice for many parents seeking a boarding education for their child.

 
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