The children today were given a wintery design challenge. Children worked in house groups, led by the Year 8's to build an igloo out of tooth picks, foil and baby marshmallows. The children were asked to consider what might be needed by Frosty in his new home.
This is a place where children can be children, with plenty of time to explore and play, whilst at the same time learn that education is both fun and exciting. I firmly believe that by creating the happy, vibrant atmosphere that epitomises The Prep, rather than a hothouse atmosphere, we can bring out the best in every pupil and allow them to achieve beyond their expectations. Although we are non-selective, we are proud of our academic reputation, with 100% pass rate at Common Entrance and with over 38% of pupils going on to senior school with a scholarship or award. We focus on educating children of all ages, to make the most of their abilities so that your child will progress to senior school as a confident, independent child… read more
When your Latin teacher is 6ft 2 inches tall, over 17 and a half stone and, by Oxford University Rugby Club's own press release described as "cuboid, with his height, length and breadth all being similar dimensions", it's hard not to be fully engaged in lessons!