Moulsford Preparatory School A GSG School
- Moulsford Preparatory School
- Head: Mr Ben Beardmore-Gray
- T 01491 651438
- F 01491 651868
- E email@example.com
- W www.moulsford.com
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 4 to 13
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Oxfordshire
- Pupils: 336
- Religion: Anglican/Church of England
- Fees: Day £10,650 - £15,900; Boarding £19,950 pa
- Open days: One per term; see website for details.
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Canoes, kayaks and dinghies are launched from the school’s own creek for expeditions upriver to ‘Goose Poo Island’. Forest school, camping in the tepee, bows and arrows, fire building and whittling – plenty of opportunities to make the most of...
What the school says...
Moulsford is a thriving Prep School of 330 boys aged 4 - 13 years, set in tranquil and picturesque grounds on the banks of the River Thames surrounded by the rolling hills of South Oxfordshire. At Moulsford, the message is straightforward. We want our boys to receive the broadest possible education, while remembering that they will learn best when happy and settled. Our down-to-earth, family-focussed approach embraces the fact that boys of this age should be having fun at the same time as learning. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysCanoes, kayaks and dinghies are launched from the school’s own creek for expeditions upriver to ‘Goose Poo Island’. Forest school, camping in the tepee, bows and arrows, fire building and whittling – plenty of opportunities to make the most of school’s dampest asset. Not quite Swallows and Amazons though ...
Since 2014, Mr Ben Beardmore-Gray (40s). Educated at Ludgrove (where his father taught) and Ampleforth. After history degree at Newcastle he trained as a lawyer and worked in the City, but the lure of the family business was too much for him and he succumbed to teaching. Back he went to Ludgrove where he gained his QTS, thence to Farleigh Prep as deputy head followed by seven years as head of Mowden Hall School in Northumberland.
Mr B-G is a huge fan of boarding. He and...