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  • LVS Ascot (Licensed Victuallers' School)
    London Road
    Ascot
    Berkshire
    SL5 8DR
  • Head: Mrs Cunniffe
  • T 01344 882770
  • E registrar@lvs.ascot.sch.uk
  • W www.lvs.ascot.sch.uk
  • A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 4 to 18
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Bracknell Forest
  • Pupils: 869
  • Religion: Non-denominational
  • Fees: Day £9,255 - £16,590; Boarding £23,685 - £31,167 pa
  • Open days: Wed 4th February (Junior School & Senior School)
  • Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
  • ISI report: View the ISI report

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School lacks neither charm nor character and is stuffed with quirky touches, from the formal (two back-to-back reception desks, one glitzy for corporate visitors to charity HQ, the other, smart but workmanlike, for school traffic) to the relaxed (skeleton of dolphin in science lab, Garfield soft toy clasped lovingly between jaws). There’s tradition, too - the 25 acres of grounds with rustic bridge spanning small but........Read more

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LVS Ascot (the Licensed Victuallers' School) is an all-ability, through-school, with both our Junior School and Senior School located on one spacious, green, airy site. Pupils can begin their school career with us at age 4 and remain in the school until they complete Sixth Form.

We achieve outstanding academic results in both the LVS Ascot Junior and LVS Ascot Senior Schools. Day and boarding students from both schools are able to participate in a wide programme of co-curricular activities.

Pastoral care is a great priority at LVS Ascot. In LVS Ascot Senior School each child is allocated to a house, and within that to a tutor group. Heads of House, supported by teams of tutors, oversee the welfare and development of their pupils. In LVS Ascot Junior School, pastoral care is undertaken by the children's class teacher.
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