We believe that each of these aspects has an equal part to play in preparing students for success.


  • Independent Learners
  • Experienced, enthusiastic subject leaders
  • Small class sizes
  • Thorough monitoring and tracking
  • Pathways to Oxbridge, Medicine and Russell Group Universities
  • Links to apprenticeships
  • High quality career and further education links and opportunities
  • Visits to high profile and new universities
  • Job shadowing and work experience
  • Oral skills, debating, interviews, presentations
  • Building cultural capital through visits, events, speakers, theatre, the arts, music, politics


  • Role models to the lower school with time allocated to give back to our school community
  • Leaders within our school council, prefect system and house system
  • Strong pastoral support, small mentor groups and robust monitoring systems
  • D of E, World Challenge, Sport Leadership, Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) and others
  • Building supportive relationships between adults and students
  • developing the whole person through an engaging and inspiring program of enrichment activities


  • Aspirational target setting teachers who know you, know how you work and can get the best from you
  • Vibrant and exciting learning experiences for all
  • Knowing the academic profile of each you and your personal goals
  • Preparing for the next steps
  • Developing high level study skills
  • Quick response to personal problems