Our children know there is a whole world beyond the classroom. We encourage them to remember they are a part of the world - not apart from it.
With this in mind, lessons finish from 3.15pm so that the boys and girls can pursue their interests in the many co-curricular activities available.
We're also committed to teaching them about their community beyond school. Through charity initiatives, the school council and pupil-led fundraising, we ensure our children learn to make a meaningful difference.
Visit our regularly-updated page for informative sites that can help your children from Nursery to Year 8 with their remote learning.
Pupils exhibit high levels of social development through their excellent awareness of the world beyond the school.”
— INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS INSPECTORATE
Top up your tennis skills with a qualified instructor, curl up with your favourite Roald Dahl book or knit yourself a bobble hat. How will you spend your time after school?
I've learnt to knit and play chess in club time.”
— Joe, Year 4
Our children are encouraged to make a difference to society. They look out beyond the classroom into their community and beyond.
Our pupils supported an appeal for blankets to help homeless people keep warm.”
— Mrs Griffiths, Deputy Head Pastoral
From Reception to Year 8, our children experience opportunities to learn outside of school. They bring their hands-on experiences back into the classroom, enhancing our curriculum.
Going to Hildleap Warren taught me how to work in a team, even when it was difficult.”
— Kathleen, Year 8