Address: Abbey Road, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 3AP
Number of Pupils: 550 boys
Fees: Day £9,450 per term, boarding £11,675 per term
Head Teacher: Dr Dominic Luckett BA, DPhil, FRSA, FHA
Religious Affiliation: Inter–denominational
Entrance Procedure: Prep School: Interview, taster day and report. Senior School: 13+ by interview, CE or scholarship. Sixth Form: Minimum of five GCSEs at Grade C.
Contact: Mrs Vanessa Hicks 01935 810403
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Saturday morning group tours with a welcome from the headmaster or individual visits by appointment.
Our curriculum provides a broad education that exposes boys to a range of intellectual challenges in their early years at Sherborne, deepening their knowledge in individual subjects and establishing long-term learning habits.
Games & The Arts
The co-curricular programme operates alongside, and in conjunction with, our curriculum to ensure variety, breadth and depth to the boys’ development. Games and the Arts are an integral part of the boys’ lives and play an important role in their personal growth and development and the values they embody.
Active pastoral care is fundamental to our approach at Sherborne and our full boarding environment means all staff are immersed in the care of the boys and their lives in and out of the classroom. By knowing the boys and building strong relationships through a 1:1 tutoring system, boys are advised, counselled and challenged within a genuine community.
Majority of boys go to Oxbridge and other Russell Group universities.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Academic and co-curricular success is undeniably important but we also want to inspire in our boys a lifelong desire to help others and to make a positive difference. Boarding teaches boys how to get along with others, how to share, and how to develop friendships of exceptional and enduring strength.
An all-boys, full boarding school providing a rich and varied seven day a week programme. High academic expectations and outstanding pastoral care sit alongside outstanding musical, artistic and sporting provision. Something that sets both Sherborne Girls and Sherborne School apart is the unique benefit of their close and active partnership.
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