Address: Stonehouse, Gloucestershire GL10 2JQ
Number of Pupils: 380 boys, 320 girls
Fees: Day: £2,200–£6,330. Boarding: £6,030– £10,595
Head Teacher:College & Senior: Nick Gregory. Prep: Adrian Palmer
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: Prep: 01453 820471. Senior: 01453 820412.
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
School Visits: By appointment.
Wycliffe delivers a robust traditional curriculum with exceptional support for EAL, SEND and Gifted and Talented pupils – the college has accreditation from CReSTeD and NAGC. At sixth form, there is a choice of 32 subjects at A-level including politics, psychology and Japanese, as well as two BTECs. The co-curricular programme includes such diverse activities as cryptology, bee-keeping and fly fishing.
Games & The Arts
Sport is first class at Wycliffe both in its breadth – from aerobics to yoga as well as the mainstream sports, and in its aim to ensure that all enjoy and take part in sport whatever their ability. Art, DT, drama and music are incredibly strong as is shown through the high level of pupil achievements in these areas and the number of pupils from two to 18 years who participate.
Wycliffe has an exceptional pastoral team who take the time to really get to understand your child and their individual needs, strengths and desires. The ISI Inspection 2016 found that pastoral care was excellent and stated, ‘Pupils’ personal qualities are excellent and accord well with the school’s aim that they should exhibit self-belief and willingly take responsibility. Pupils are unassumingly confident, self-aware and emotionally mature.’
Successful placement of students at top universities in the UK and overseas.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Our stated core purpose is ‘inspiring initiative, creating community, stimulating success’ and these principles drive our actions. What makes Wycliffe distinctive is that people really matter here. Their differences and individual qualities are truly valued and respected and staff support every pupil to be the best that they can individually be.
With a highly connected and supportive community, a pupil’s time at Wycliffe becomes part of them as they move through life. The ISI Inspection 2016 recorded, ‘By the time they leave school, pupils are very well prepared and positive about meeting the challenges of the next stage of their lives.’
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