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We encourage children to be active learners – to ask questions, to make mistakes and to explore their interests and talents.

David Hewlett Head of Junior School Fitzwilliam BuildingBy combining academic rigour with creative, flexible teaching we see our pupils grow as independent learners.

We pride ourselves on an approach which is motivational, innovative, inspiring and highly creative. Following the opening of a unique and visionary library and brilliantly designed learning spaces, the Junior School Fitzwilliam Building offers an exciting, skills-based, thematic curriculum which hinges on enabling pupils to become active thinkers and learners.

Pupils are taught in co-educational classes for much of the curriculum, this acts as a valuable transition experience before joining the Senior School.

We offer a breadth of experience and our pupils enjoy endless ways to discover their own strengths and gain life-long skills, as well as the confidence to take their next steps in education when they leave.

We warmly invite you to come and see us in action,

David Hewlett

Head of Junior School Fitzwilliam Building

"Learning is fun and laughter is often heard in the classrooms."

ISI Report 2014