Address: Blundell’s Road, Tiverton, Devon EX16 4DN
Number of Pupils: 353 boys, 246 girls
Fees: Day £4,440-£7,035; Boarding: flexi £5,135-£7,695; weekly £6,775-£9,630; full £7,485-£10,955 per term. Scholarships available.
Head Teacher: Mrs Nicola Huggett MA (Oxon)
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Entrance Procedure: Common entrance or Blundell’s Entrance Test, scholarship exams, interview.
Contact: Mrs Tracy Frankpitt, 01884 252543
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Open morning Saturday 23 September. Please contact the school to reserve your place or to arrange a visit on another day.
The school combines a strong tradition of academic ambition with an innovative emphasis on the moral, spiritual and cultural development of pupils. A broad, challenging and stimulating range of subjects is offered, supported by a rich programme of extra-curricular activities, lectures, conferences and visits.
Games & The Arts
Excellent facilities and reputation for sport (especially rugby, cricket, hockey and fives) and the creative arts, with purpose-built theatre and music school providing a focus for cultural activities.
Each individual pupil is known and cared for throughout their time at school. All pupils (day and boarders) are included in the life of the boarding houses, a system which promotes pastoral welfare, happiness and fosters a strong spirit of achievement and sense of community.
Six Oxbridge offers for 2017, strong Russell Group entry, over 90 per cent of pupils successfully achieve places at their first choice of university.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Blundell’s supports and guides young people to achieve their very best in whatever sphere they choose. We provide ‘roots’ for security, based on friendship, respect for others and personal values and ‘wings’ to succeed in the challenging world beyond school, based on self-confidence and a sense of excitement.
Blundellians have a positive ‘can-do’ attitude and there is a fantastic community spirit within the school. Blundell’s provides a rounded education in which pupils learn to be flexible, articulate and independent, capable of motivating themselves and others.
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