Address: 100 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2QU
Number of Pupils: 380
Head Teacher: Seth Bolderow
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Boys enter at Year 7, Year 9 or Year 12. Entry is by competitive examination.
Contact: Kathryn Easthope, Registrar
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: An open day will be held on Saturday 3rd October from 10.00am to 2.00pm. Visitor mornings are held throughout the year. Booking is required.
Through nurturing a genuine enjoyment of learning, intellectual curiosity and academic excellence we aim to develop our pupils into confident and independent learners.
Games & the Arts
Sport is an important part of the boys’ development and wellbeing, and is a compulsory activity for all boys at Wetherby Senior School. The main sports are rugby, football, cricket and tennis with other activities available. Music, Drama and Art are strong with many concerts, exhibitions and dramatic productions held throughout the year.
All boys are supported by a tutor throughout their time at the School. We understand that success in all areas of school life and in the future is based on developing the boys’ resilience to cope with challenges, the ability to reflect and the willingness to contribute positively to their community.
Recent University Places
This year our pioneer Wetherby Senior students took up places at Bath, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Exeter, Imperial, LSE, Manchester and UCL, amongst other universities in the UK and abroad.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Our goal is to provide an outstanding all-round education, supporting our pupils to achieve academically and to develop as people, fully preparing them to meet the challenges of being a young man in the twenty-first century and ready to contribute to the communities in which they live.
– Academic rigour and outstanding teaching
– Excellent pastoral care
– A strong community of pupils, staff and parents
– A challenging and varied sports programme with superb facilities at Ealing Trailfinders
– Philosophy is embedded in the curriculum from Year 7 to develop independent thinking
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