Address: Junior School: Reception to Year 3: St. Anthony’s School, NW3 6NP; Senior School: Year 4–Year 8: St. Anthony’s School, NW3 6AA
Number of Pupils: 280
Fees: (termly) Nursery £4,800, Junior House £6,750, Senior House £6,950
Headteacher: Richard Berlie, MA (Cantab)
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic/ all faiths welcome
Entrance Procedure: Academically selective including interviews and tests.
Contact: Adriana Fritz, 020 7435 3597
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please contact the Registrar who will arrange a tour
Boys study a range of subjects and lessons are designed to foster intellectual inquiry and a love of learning. Boys are encouraged to think deeply and question and challenge ideas. There has been great success at integrating digital literacy into classroom learning.
Games and the Arts:
The school has a great reputation in sport, music and the arts. Boys participate in rugby, football, athletics, swimming and there are fixtures with other leading preps. We offer individual instrumental tuition, as well as choirs, art and drama clubs.
St Anthony’s is a nurturing and caring school. Pastoral care of the boys is at the heart of everything we do and is promoted in particular through the form teacher who is the key link between home and school. The deputy head, pastoral produces a wellbeing magazine for parents each month and the school has recently employed a counsellor who works from a dedicated wellbeing room.
Academic Scholarships and means-tested bursaries are available.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy:
St Anthony’s exists to give every boy in our care the best possible start in life. We believe a happy child learns best and that a nurturing environment produces excellent academic outcomes. This is evidenced by the number of offers from leading Independent senior schools including academic, sport and music scholarships.
The school achieved ‘Excellent’ in all categories of the ISI full school inspection in November 2019. The atmosphere is relaxed and purposeful with strong relationships amongst the boys and between pupils and staff. Boys are encouraged to be ambitious and resilient; they look out for each other and all value developing a moral compass.
See St Anthony’s School for Girls’ listing here.
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