Address: Wilberforce House, Camp Road, Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon, London SW19 4UN
Number of Pupils: 320
Head Teacher: Mrs Susan Pepper MA (Oxon)
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Entry at 4+ by ballot; priority given
to siblings. Thereafter by informal assessment and interview.
Contact: Jane Davis, Admissions Secretary, 020 8947 6969
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Regular tours and one major open event per year.
The Study offers a broad, balanced and enhanced curriculum where every girl is encouraged to achieve her best, and the focus on the needs and strengths of every individual is key to the success of the school.
Games & The Arts
Although academic rigour is at the heart of the school, The Study is highly creative, with a reputation for excellence in music and the performing and visual arts. The dynamic PE Department ensures success at both regional and national level across athletics, hockey, cross country and netball and has a spacious off-site sports ground with multi-use pitches for training and matches.
Senior Exit School For The Last Academic Year:
Day schools include Wimbledon, Putney and Surbiton High Schools, St Paul’s Girls’ School, The Lady Eleanor Holles, Epsom College, Marymount, Notre Dame and St John’s Leatherhead. Boarding schools include Benenden, Downe House, St Mary’s Ascot and Wycombe Abbey.
2017 has been a record year of scholarships, with 35 offered to the Year 6 girls, including academic, all rounder, sport, and music. This brings The Study’s total of scholarships achieved over the last five years to an impressive 109.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Mrs Pepper’s mission is to enable each individual to fulfil her potential in a supportive and happy environment. The girls enjoy a rich diversity if experiences, in and out of the classroom, and an understanding of important issues beyond the school gates.
The Study is a creative school, but not at the expense of academic rigour, as illustrated by its excellent results at 11+. The Study combines the warmth and sense of community of a traditional village school with the facilities and achievements of a leading preparatory.
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