Address: Warminster School, Church Street, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 8PJ
Number of Pupils: Approx. 550
Fees: Prep from £2,700, Senior Day £5,010, Senior Boarding £9,995
Head Teacher: Mr Mark Mortimer
Religious Affiliation:Church of England but welcomes all faiths.
Entrance Procedure: Entrance exams, school reports and interview with headmaster. Entry at Yr 7, 9 and Lower Sixth.
Contact: Fiona Beach-MacGeagh
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please register online for open days. Private visits also welcome.
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We offer an extensive range of subjects to enable pupils to reach their potential. The co-curricular programme is a vibrant and vital part of school life.
Games & The Arts
Sport at Warminster helps our pupils develop their understanding of the importance of teamwork, commitment, responsibility and leadership. Self-expression and the ability to communicate with confidence are crucial tools for life, with over 40 performances a year, our pupils have numerous opportunities to perform in music concerts, drama productions.
Warminster prides itself on the strength, warmth, consistency and thoroughness of its pastoral care. Every pupil, whether day or boarding, is in a small tutor group and sees his or her tutor twice daily. Their relationship is vital and the keystone of effective tutoring.
Ninety-two per cent of our leavers get into their first choice university and course. Includes Russell Group and overseas universities. We advise and focus on the needs and ambitions of each pupil.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Our educational philosophy is simple. What happens outside the classroom is just as important as what happens inside it. Secondly, every child is good at something and a school’s job is to help them find their interests and nurture them.
We believe that it is our sense of community, mutual support and happy atmosphere that set us apart. It is genuine, authentic and impossible to contrive.
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