8 reasons why boarding school is better than day school

There are many reasons why boarding school is better than day school. From routines and structure, advanced learning opportunities and a sense of community, it’s easy to see why parents opt for boarding school.  Finding out more about boarding school can help parents make better decisions about their child’s education. Here are just some reasons […]

8 reasons why boarding school is better than day school

Find out what All Hallows School has to say…

  • Structure and routine 
  • Flexibility 
  • Community 
  • Safety
  • Builds confidence and independence
  • Prepares pupils for college and university
  • Prepares pupils for success 
  • Advanced experiences 

2 responses to “8 reasons why boarding school is better than day school”

  1. thanks for your previous emails and content but now it appears that you are taking paid adverts I don’t want to subscribe any more
    best wishes Jill
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    • Thanks for your comment Jill. MakingHomeHome has not taken any advertising. What is of interest here is how a boarding school markets education in relation to what is children’s home.
      There are equivalent advertorial approaches to marketing with care homes for older people.
      The post is clear that the content is what the school says. MakingHomeHome neither endorses nor challenges the content.


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