Schools

Hampton School & Hampton Prep, Hampton

Hampton School and Hampton Prep are renowned for offering an outstanding education to all their pupils – in 2016 both schools received the highest praise from the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).

Hampton Pre-Prep & Prep School (formerly Denmead) is located on a dual site in the leafy surrounds of Hampton village. The School’s stunning new state-of-the-art Prep building opened this year and includes many eco-friendly features such as a ‘living roof.’ Pupils have an abundance of outdoor space with onsite grass playing fields and an all-weather games area. Inside, the design is light and spacious. Facilities include IT suites, a purpose-built art room, library, music rooms, and an attractive, spacious hall. Well-qualified and dedicated staff are hugely committed to nurturing talented young children and providing them with a broad and balanced curriculum tailored to their needs.

The nearby Hampton School is one of the UK’s leading independent senior schools combining academic, sporting and artistic excellence with exceptional pastoral care. Results at GCSE and A Level are among the highest nationally and boys leave as happy, well-rounded individuals who have the confidence and resilience to succeed in the world. The extensive co-curricular programme forms an essential part of the balanced education which Hampton provides, and the onsite Hammond Theatre hosts an impressive array of musical and dramatic performances.   The School also has an enviable reputation for excellence across an unusually wide range of sports and boys benefit from first-class coaching, 27 acres of on-site playing fields and a state-of-the-art 3G sports ground.  Particular strengths are cricket, football, rowing, rugby, tennis and chess.

Hampton Prep enjoys close links with the senior school and an increasing number of boys are moving on to Hampton School via the Assured Place Scheme.

St Nicholas’ School, Church Crookham, Fleet, Hampshire

Highest rating “Excellent” ISI Inspection Oct 2015

St Nicholas’ School in Church Crookham, Fleet is a leading independent day school, educating girls from 3-16 years and boys from 3-7 years.  The school operates an extended day from 8.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. and has dedicated buses covering routes from Alton, Camberley, Basingstoke, Farnham, Fleet and Odiham.

St Nicholas’ School is set in beautiful surroundings and has superb facilities including a full-size sports hall, a large art and textiles centre, four dedicated science laboratories and specialist facilities for music, ICT, food-technology and drama. The school’s Performing Arts Centre, which opened in November 2009, provides a fully raked theatre seating over 350, a drama studio with changing facilities and a full orchestra pit.

The school maintains its excellent track record for GCSE results and is regularly placed near the top of the Hampshire League Tables.

The next Open Events in will take place on Thursday 12 May 6pm -8pm, Saturday 8 October 10am-1pm, but to receive a prospectus or arrange a personal tour of St. Nicholas’ School, please call 01252 850121(option 2) or email : registrar@st-nicholas.hants.sch.uk . For further information, please visit st-nicholas.hants.sch.uk

Visit us to find out more about St George’s Junior School & St George’s College, Weybridge

St George’s Junior School (3-11 years) and St George’s College in Weybridge (11-18 years) are leading independent co-educational Roman Catholic day schools in Surrey, including Nursery and Sixth Form, offering a values-led education for all. Along with students and staff, the college’s Headmistress Mrs Rachel Owens and the Junior School’s Headmaster Mr Antony Hudson look forward to meeting you.

Find out more at stgeorgesweybridge.com where you can also book onto our next open mornings taking place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 March 2017.

Hurst’s caring community

When pupils first enter Hurst’s Senior School they join one of eleven houses. There are currently five day houses (three for boys/two for girls) – another girls’ day house is opening this September – and six boarding houses (three for boys/three for girls). There is also a co-ed Upper Sixth day and boarding house in its own grounds, close to the central campus, designed to provide a transition between school and life beyond.

Hurst offers a sensible approach to boarding, striking a balance between school and home. Pupils are able to engage with a rich and textured life within strong communities but also maintain contact with parents and family.

The options are flexi, which allows pupils to stay any three nights a week, and weekly when pupils stay five nights a week (Sunday – Thursday/Monday-Friday) – full boarding is only available for Sixth Formers whose parents work away from home or live abroad.