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Just googled them they are by Lorna Hill.
Clare Mallory was a headmistress at a girls boarding school. Her books give a 'real'sense of how a real boarding school was organised, with excellent character development and issues faced according to the age of the characters and their personalities.
Set in post-war late 40s New Zealand.
PS. The Lorna Hill Sadler's Wells series are of the girls boarding school 40's and 50's era but aren't set in a boarding school. There's various home and life settings. However attaining a place at the ballet school with dreams of Covent Garden stage are the key goals and focus of many characters.
But the best boarding-school stories you could possibly read are those by Antonia Forest. Start with Autumn Term which is the first in the series. She also writes books about the same family during the holidays, which are peculiar and uneven, some wonderful and some awful. Avoid The Thuggery Affair, but The Marlows and the Traitor is an excellent adventure story.
I write clean, fun boarding school adventure novels for tween and young teen girls. By the Seat of Her Pants, the second in the Betsy Butters Books series, not only takes place in Betsy's Swiss boarding school, but she travels to Paris, France, falls in love, and gets her first kiss. There's more about my novels on http://www.jeniferrubloff.com and Amazon.com, ebooks. I hope you'll check them out. Happy reading, Jenifer Rubloff.