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A small school, which hovers at around 200 boys in all, so class size is reflectively intimate, ranging from 12-15 in two parallel forms. Enthusiastic teaching and boy-friendly approach – 'We try to make it very hands on,' said one teacher. 'We make models and castles.' The mood is friendly and safe: ‘If you’re stuck on something,’ said one boy, 'there’s always a teacher to help you,’ and the atmosphere is orderly and quiet, with bright…

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Since September 2017, Mark Mitchell, previously head of Terra Nova School in Cheshire. He started his career as a science teacher at Ardingly, moving to King's House School and then Feltonfleet before joining Terra Nova in 2008 as head of science and then deputy head. Mark’s wife Elanor is also a teacher, and they have two young children.


Register a couple of years before entry at 4 but pressure on places is not intense. The school is non-selective. Some new entrants from the state sector at 11.

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