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A wealth of opportunity exists for your child at St Edward’s Prep School. The School teaches that there is no ceiling to potential, focussing on the individual needs of each and every pupil, and valuing their unique gifts and talents.

Located in the heart of Cheltenham, the School is set in over 40 acres of grounds, with an extensive range of creative and sporting facilities to enrich the excellent academic provision on offer. The School offers a caring, strong and vibrant school community, based on Christian values, in which all children from Kindergarten right through to Year 6 can develop their skills – academic, social, physical, creative and spiritual – in preparation for their secondary education.

The School aims to provide an education that will last a lifetime and enable their pupils to develop into happy, confident, resilient, compassionate, and aspirational individuals who are ready to become positive and life-long contributors to society.
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