A firm foundation for life
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t: 01566 772580
A firm foundation for life
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Welcome to the excellent Pre-Prep Department, where our children are provided with the best start to their school life.

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Junior 4-11 Years

The Junior School develops confident, hardworking pupils who have both high self-esteem and a passion for learning.

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Senior 11-16 Years

Our pupils are well-mannered, enthusiastic and motivated, and are encouraged to become confident, independent learners.

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Open Day

Join us for our Spring Term Open Day on Friday 8th March from 10am - 1pm. Entry for September 2019 & 2020

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We're a highly successful, non-denominational, non-selective private day school in the South West of England; we combine a broad, challenging and high-quality education with excellent pastoral care and extra-curricular opportunity. As a result, we take great pride in our young people and what we help them to achieve, and they develop into confident, well-mannered and responsible individuals who respect others, the school and their environment.

We welcome boys and girls from age 4 to 16, going from reception class through the junior school and into the senior school.

We measure the success of what we do not just in academic achievement - although results in the junior school and GCSE results are well above national averages - but in the atmosphere we foster, the care we take of each child and the opportunities we extend to all. Our aim is to educate the pupil in the broadest sense, offering a firm foundation for life, a challenging but safe environment and a strong community spirit.

We have been very busy with registrations, with certain year groups nearing or at capacity. If you are considering an independent education for your child please contact us to arrange a visit.

  • Yr 3 had a wonderful time in the catering suite creating their own Rainforest Cookies. They cracked eggs, weighed ingredients and mashed bananas to create some fantastic Rainforest Cookies. Thank you to the Year 9 GCSE Food students who supported our Year 3 bakers.
    March 20 2:04 pm
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  • A successful weekend for Year 8 pupil Theo who competed at the Cornwall County Intermediate Gala at Penzance, representing Caradon Swimming Club. Theo swam the 200m freestyle and the 200m IM. A strong PB in both races resulted in 2 silver medals and that all important county qualifying time. Well done Theo. Year 9 pupil Thomas Greet swam in the 200m butterfly, 100m breast stroke and 200m back crawl he gained gold medals in all 3 and achieved a PB in all strokes. A fantastic achievement for Thomas. Finally congratulations to Year 8 pupil Liam Brent who played Hockey for Launceston Hockey club and in a recent tournament won Gold. Well done to Theo, Thomas and Liam 🌟
    March 20 3:44 pm
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