Address: Haileybury School, Haileybury, Hertford SG13 7NU
Number of Pupils: 804
Fees: Senior boarding: £10,928–£32,784
Senior day: £8,251–£24,753
Lower School boarding: £6,932–£20,796
Lower School day: £5,485–£16,455
Head Teacher: Mr Martin Collier MA BA PGCE
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Entrance Procedure: Academically selective with entry in Years 7, 9 and 12.
Contact: Mrs Michele Metcalfe, head of admissions; 01992 706353
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: To get an impression of life at Haileybury attend an Open Day or arrange an individual appointment.
A broad curriculum in Lower School (Years 7-8). A wide range of I/GCSE in the main school. The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or A-levels in sixth form.
Games & The Arts
Part of our philosophy is to empower each child to follow their passion and build self-confidence. An abundance of co-curricular opportunities spans core sports of cricket, hockey, netball and rugby to music, drama, dance, beekeeping, rowing and many more clubs.
The heart of pastoral care is our boarding house system, with pupils staying with the same house from Year 9 through to sixth form. Chapel and dining hall also form a bedrock to daily life. Pupils build bonds for life here, sharing challenges and successes.
Service plays a special role too as part of our philosophy to shape generous and compassionate individuals who are ready and willing to give back to society.
Pupils go on to top universities in the UK (69 per cent to Russell Group) and worldwide.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Haileybury offers a unique learning environment where every pupil is actively encouraged to explore their interests, blossom academically and grow into confident and generous individuals. Our aim is to get every pupil into their first-choice university.
- An historic 500 acre campus with the largest academic quad in Europe
- A rackets court dating back to 1908 and refurbished in 2012
- Haileybury Youth Trust – our charity operating in Uganda
- Model United Nations annual conference – one of the largest in the UK
- Modern Klais chapel organ
- 34,000 library books
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