Address: 84 Frensham Road, Frensham, Farnham Surrey GU10 3AH
Number of Pupils: 292
Fees: (Per term) £3,690 – £5,990
Head Teacher: Mr Dan Thornburn
Religious Affiliation: Church of England: All faiths welcome
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective. Tour with headmaster followed by taster day. Reports requested from current school.
Contact: Mrs Christine Davis
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: 2020 Open Days: 13th March, 1St May, 2nd October and 27th November.
Alongside Common Entrance in maths, English and science, the Pre-Senior Baccalaureate (PSB) is taught, offering a broad based, ambitious academic and creative extra-curricular programme that allows children to excel and find their talents and areas they are passionate about.
Games & the Arts
With 50 acres of countryside, sport is key to daily life at Edgeborough. The school delivers a hugely varied programme of competitive team sports as well as swimming, athletics, tennis, cross country and climbing. Performing arts are integral to the curriculum with an extensive variety on offer in music, dance, drama, art, DT and design.
Children’s wellbeing, self-esteem and happiness are at the heart of the school’s ethos. The school provides an intimate learning environment and exceptional pastoral care embedding a sense of independence, self-reliance and confidence where mutual trust and respect between pupils and staff are the fundamental guiding principle and above all encourage good citizenship.
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Edgeborough’s ethos is that happy children thrive in a warm, kind environment where opportunities are abundant. Edgeborough prides itself on finding talent in each child that is recognised, nurtured and developed to create motivated, confident, independent learners. Kindness, happiness and respect for others are at the heart of everything.
– Excellent teaching staff with high academic standards and a broad-based curriculum
– Strong emphasis on cross-curricular learning and outdoor learning is a large part of everyday life
– Children are encouraged to try new interests and take risks in a safe and supportive environment to build resilience for future challenges
– Individual pupil achievements are celebrated, large or small and each individual is taught to celebrate the accomplishments of others.
– Pupils are well prepared both academically and socially for a smooth transition to senior school and beyond.
– ‘Inclusive, ambitious and a huge amount of fun’ The Good Schools Guide
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