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Fabulous music school that is shared with the other schools in the Loughborough Endowed Schools foundation. Please note the grand piano (Steinway) in one recital room; they have others too. Plenty of teams for all. Sport rotated and varied, so even the least sporty boy can find a niche. Mention must go to DT: a massive department, with state of the art equipment, run by a very enthusiastic teacher.  The boys are taken driving round a local race track in the cars they have restored and built...

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2016 Good Schools Guide Awards

  • Best performance by Boys taking Spanish at an English Independent School (GCSE Full Course)

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Since 2016, Duncan Byrne (40s). Languages degree from Cambridge (choral scholar) followed by MEd from Buckingham. From a teaching family, ‘so it was always in the back of my mind.’ Didn’t fancy being behind a desk all day, ‘working with young people is unfailingly interesting and varied: there’s always something unexpected, often humorous, that happens most days.’ Very keen on single sex education for boys, ‘they take more risks intellectually.’ Encourages boys to contribute to local community, ‘it makes them feel part of something and helps with well-being.’ He’s settling in well and making his mark. Parents like him, and we can see why, he’s charming, affable and chatty. ‘He’s very easy to talk to,’ was said more than once. Parents appreciate communications from him and follow his blog and social media posts. All...

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