Address: High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1HU
Number of Pupils: 1,093 fully co-ed
Fees: Day £7,785-£8,841 per term; boarding £12,432-£13,488 per term
Head Teacher: Acting Head, Miss Theresa Homewood MA
Religious Affiliation: Interdenominational
Entrance Procedure: Admissions at 11, 13 and 16 via exam and interview.
Contact: Mrs Arabella Stuart, director of admissions, 01732 467703
School Visits: Open morning 28 September 2019. Weekly group visits take place on Saturday mornings during term-time. Individual visits take place every day, Monday to Friday during term time.
Watch the video to find out more about life in Year 7…
Sevenoaks aims to ensure that all pupils fulfil their academic potential. Pupils take GCSEs and iGCSEs in Year 11, and for some subjects take the Sevenoaks School Certificate. The sixth-form all study the International Baccalaureate, a rigorous two year course designed to provide a broad, balanced education, recognised as a qualification for university entry in the UK and overseas.
Games & The Arts
Pupils regularly achieve honours at rugby, cricket, hockey, netball, cross-country, basketball, sailing, shooting and tennis. There is a strong emphasis on music, drama and art, and a world-class performing arts centre, The Space. Chamber music is a particular strength.
Pastoral care is provided by a team of tutors and divisional heads, who provide guidance and support to pupils which is in addition to the care pupils receive in the classroom.
Watch the video to find out more about Sevenoaks Sixth Form…
Between 30 and 50 offers each year.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Each Sevenoaks student is unique; they are educated in an aspirational and encouraging environment, where all can develop and express individual talents and interests.
Sevenoaks combines 600 years of heritage with a modern, forward-thinking approach. We set impressive academic standards and are proud of our lively, talented pupils and committed, highly qualified teachers. We have taught the IB since 1978, offering academic rigour and breadth – encouraging critical thinking, crosscultural understanding and co-curricular excellence.
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