Enrolment is on the rise at England's all-boys schools

Nearly three-fourths of all-male schools in England have seen an increase in enrolment, while attendance at all-female schools is down, according to a recent survey by the Independent Association of Prep Schools. The group said the figures show more parents are seeking an "interesting and challenging" education for their boys. Interest in all-male schools also could be up because the schools have more male teachers and quality sports programmes.

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