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Extensive games fields plus one Astroturf for hockey and three tennis/hockey pitches. As at ‘the big O’, sport, above all rugby, is central with local and national successes. More than one parent commented to the effect that a non-sporty child would not get...

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We are a school which is not only Catholic but catholic, in that we are inclusive and all-embracing. We see value and worth, skills and talents in everyone, whatever their denomination or faith. We are concerned for the whole child, not just in the classroom but in every aspect of their daily lives. This is the ethos which makes us such an attractive school, not just to parents from a Catholic background but to parents who want their children to be educated in a supportive and nurturing family environment, where every child is valued. ...Read more

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Since January 2017, Robert Stewart, previously housemaster and master in charge of Roman Catholics at Eton. Theology degree from Durham and PGCE from Cambridge, then taught for five years at Ampleforth, moving to Eton in 2001. During his stint there, he was head of the divinity department and took a masters in education management at King's College London. He is a keen sportsman who has played and coached rugby and cricket, and he loves running marathons. He enjoys watching Chelsea play football, and listening to the music of Bruce Springsteen. Rob is married to Sam, a GP (who was born in South Africa where she became a national qualified swimmer). Sam and Rob love using their holiday time to travel as a family. They have three children.


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