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  1. Private schools in the United Kingdom (also called independent schools) are schools that require fees for admission and enrollment. Some have financial endowments , most are governed by a board of governors, and are owned by a mixture of corporations, trusts and private individuals.

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      This is an incomplete list of private (independent) schools...

  2. This is a list of notable independent schools in England that are currently operating. It includes independent schools with heads who are members of both organisations and of others.

  3. This is an incomplete list of private (independent) schools in the United Kingdom. Also refer to the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference for a list of their member schools ( boarding and day schools) in the United Kingdom, Crown dependencies and the Republic of Ireland.

  4. In England and Wales, a public school is a type of fee-charging private school [1] originally for older boys. They are "public" in the sense of being open to pupils irrespective of locality, denomination or paternal trade or profession; nor are they run for the profit of a private owner.

  5. Private schools (also known as ‘independent schools’) charge fees to attend instead of being funded by the government. Pupils do not have to follow the national curriculum. All private schools...

  6. The Independent Schools Association (ISA) is the registered charity that represents the Heads of 660 of the UK’s independent schools. Founded in 1878, ISA is one of the oldest of the organisations for the heads of independent schools.

  7. Private schools in the UK. There are about 2,500 private schools in the UK educating 600,000 children. Any government-registered school which operates without state funding is classed as an 'independent' or private school.