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Wycliffe Prep School

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Wycliffe Prep School

Address: Ryeford Hall, Ebley Road, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire GL10 2LD
Website: Wycliffe.co.uk/prepschool
Founded: 1882
Number of Pupils: 50 boarders; 150 day pupils
Ages: Three to 13
Fees: Day: reception, years one and two is £3335; years three to five is £4285; years six to eight is £5790 per term| Boarding: year three, four and five is £7475; years six, seven and eight is £10,025
Head Teacher: Mrs Helena Grant
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Entrance Procedure: Online cognitive ability test assessment and taster day
Contact: 01453 820471
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Available throughout the year.

The Curriculum

With small classes and a high pupil to teacher ratio, Wycliffe gives very personalised attention to the learning of each child.

Games & the Arts

The extra-curricular provision at Wycliffe is wide-reaching and all-encompassing – with something for every child. Sport and the arts play a major role in life at the school.

Pastoral Care

Pastoral care is very strong at Wycliffe. The care, security, welfare and happiness of pupils come first, as Wycliffe believes that a happy child, free from worry, will learn and achieve more. The positive relationship between pupils and staff and the approachability of Wycliffe staff were identified as key strengths in a recent parent survey. Nearly all worries are managed – and solved – by form tutors.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

We believe in fun, being outdoors and active as much as possible, getting messy, exploring and holding on to that wonderful sense of curiosity into the early teenage years. We believe in a robust academic offering which challenges individuals and encourages enquiry and a desire to learn. Young people need a strong emotional awareness and resilience which underpins a child’s knowledge and understanding of themselves.

Outstanding Characteristics

We believe in fun, being outdoors and active as much as possible, getting messy, exploring and holding on to that wonderful sense of curiosity into the early teenage years. We believe in a robust academic offering which challenges individuals and encourages enquiry and a desire to learn. Young people need a strong emotional awareness and resilience which underpins a child’s knowledge and understanding of themselves.



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