Address: The Manor, Stoke D’Abernon, Cobham, Surrey KT11 3PX
Number of Pupils: 291
Ages: 2-13 years, 2-4 years co-ed, 4-13 years boys
Head Teacher: Acting Head Ms Nicole Janssen
Religious Affiliation: All faiths welcome
Entrance Procedure: Entrance assessment and assessment day
Contact: Lindre Scott, Registrar 01932 862 749
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: By prior appointment or open morning. Next Open Morning 27 September 2019, 7 February and 15 May 2020.
Parkside aims to provide a stimulating environment to ensure pupils thrive in their academic development throughout and beyond their school life. We seek to expand our pupils’ aspirations and their intellectual curiosity and interest in new ideas.
Games & The Arts
Music, drama and art are an integral part of the curriculum and offer boys a variety of opportunities to demonstrate individual talents and interests. Sport is an important aspect of school life at the school and our aim is to help each boy achieve his maximum sporting potential.
At the core of Parkside’s pastoral care is the development of individual self-esteem and confidence alongside a sound moral code. As a school, we feel it is our responsibility to encourage boys to become young men who are civilised, tolerant and compassionate.
Many boys have been awarded scholarships to King’s Wimbledon, St John’s and Charterhouse.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Parkside provides an education that allows the boys to make the most of their abilities, interests and talents and progress onto senior schools as confident and independent individuals, with a joy of learning. We seek to develop children academically, socially and physically, while drawing out their capacity for compassion, generosity and understanding.
Set in over 45 acres of beautiful grounds on the outskirts of Cobham the school provides a stimulating environment in which boys can learn, grow and develop. At Parkside we believe that children learn best when they are happy, active and challenged. We are uniquely geared to being able to accept children at a variety of ages and deliver them effectively to a range of senior schools, confident and well-prepared for their future.
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