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Port Regis Boarding & Day School

A forward thinking boarding and day school offering first-class education. Inspiring Young Minds.

Port Regis is a day and boarding school for children aged 2-13, which aims to strike the important balance between nurturing academic and co-curricular strengths. Situated in 150 acres of beautiful parkland in North Dorset, children at Port Regis are encouraged to be independent thinkers and learners.

Curriculum: Core subjects are covered as well as Modern Foreign Languages (French or Spanish) and Classics (Latin and Greek). Pupils study these subject to either Common Entrance or Scholarship level.

Headmaster: Stephen Ilett


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Student Population: 325 (25% of pupils are international)

Average Class Size: 15

Boarding Fees (2017-18): GBP 8,600 per term for children in Year 3-8. Flexible boarding options are available for all years. Contact the Bursary for more details.

Boarding Facilities: 2 girls and 2 boys boarding houses. Each student has the option for occassional boarding, junior boarding, transitional boarding and full boarding.

Extracurricular Activities: Range of competition-standard sports facilities and an acclaimed music department. Drama and the Arts feature heavily at Port Regis.

Opening Hours

Open 24 hours a day.

+44 1747 857914

Montcombe, Shaftesbury, UK


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