Rossall School has been described by the Good Schools Guide as ‘a warm, inclusive and remarkably happy place to be’. Set on a historic 160-acre campus on the picturesque Lancashire coastline, Rossall is one of the country’s leading independent co-educational boarding and day schools, where boys and girls aged 2–18 are nurtured in a safe, secure and supportive environment. Here pupils enjoy learning and living in a friendly, busy and challenging atmosphere in the classroom, after school and at weekends. The sense of community that defines the School is achieved through the unrivaled standard of pastoral care, the diverse pupil base and also through the permanent boarding population. With a history dating back to 1844, Rossall combines traditional British education with a modern approach which focuses on developing the whole child. With nearly fifty different nationalities living and learning together at Rossall, we truly are a global village. The combination of UK day students and students from right across the world creates an exciting international dimension and an appreciation of diverse cultures, religions, and politics. Growing and learning in such a friendly and culturally diverse environment helps our young people develop into well-rounded, confident and knowledgeable individuals – true global citizens.