2017 UK Boarding School Exhibition Holds On The 11th & 12th March.

Anderson education

The Sixth UK Boarding School Exhibition holds in Lagos and will take place at The Wheatbaker Hotel on Saturday 11th March, from 10am to 4pm, and on Sunday 12th March, from 11am to 3pm.

The Exhibition enables families in Lagos and from further afield to meet representatives from some of the top UK boarding schools to find out about the opportunities available at these schools, and how to gain admission. Education Consultants, Mark Brooks and Sue Anderson, will also be on hand to offer advice and guidance.

Entry is free and all are welcome to attend. In addition, all visitors may collect a free copy of the UK Boarding School Directory which is compiled specifically for the Nigerian market.

UK Boarding Schools are a popular choice for families living and working in Nigeria. Each child is different and each boarding school is different; with a little help from the experts you can find that perfect place where your child will blossom and grow to his or her full potential.

The benefits of a UK Boarding School Education are:

  • Britain offers the best education in the world
  • Passport to a successful future
  • Safe and secure environment
  • Academically strong
  • Extra-curricular activities and sport

This event will be hosted by Anderson Education, the UK Boarding School Specialists and Mark Brooks are working together to ensure that families living and working in Nigeria are receiving the best possible free help and advice in selecting a UK Boarding School or Summer School.

Mark has been working with school Heads and Principals in Nigeria for the past 8 years, making frequent visits to the country to help and support the schools and their parents.

See Testimonials below-



“This is my second home, my friends, Hamish, Jacob, Joan and Daiki, are from different corners of the globe! I enjoy boarding and feel the boarders are my UK family…… I would strongly recommend boarding – it has helped me to become more confident and improve my academic studies and my sports.”


Okemdi a boarder at Ackworth School







Diane- Head Girl



“This has opened up many doors for me and has served as a great foundation for a fulfilling academic, sporting and musical life!”


Diane – from Nigeria, a Head Girl at Mount St Mary’s College 2015 – 2016






“At the end of my first year I can now say boarding at this school has been one of the greatest experiences of my life.”

Temiloluwa – a Year 9 student at St Lawrence College













Do not miss out on this exhibition Mums, information is always key!

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