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Stanborough School

Stanborough Park, Watford, Hertfordshire, England WD25 9JT

Private School (Fee Paying) Co-Educational 3 - 11 Years Boarding (Full, Weekly)

 

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Jeanetta Liburd


Finding the best education for your children is one of the major concerns for any family. Stanborough School is dedicated to providing young people with a safe and nurturing environment, in which they will learn to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes.

Our mission is to assist all students in creating meaningful and balanced lives, developing as lifelong learners and stewards, and productively serving a world in need of their gifts.

We provide education of quality and excellence in a loving and safe Christian environment where children are free to be children. We enable pupils to understand their God given identity and prepare them for adulthood.

Stanborough School offers a wide range of different curricula and help prepare students for success in an increasingly connected, global world.

While welcoming students from all backgrounds and faiths, our ethos, values, and principles have a firm foundation in the Seventh Day Adventist Church and the 99 -year tradition at Stanborough.

We are proud of our heritage and there are many opportunities for children to explore and deepen their faith. We are a school where people are important and relationships are valued.

At Stanborough School we incorporate teaching strategies that promote learning skills of collaboration, communication, critical thinking skills and creativity. We value exploration and curiosity in our learning and encourage the students to connect learning to the practical application in life, whilst developing life and social skills.

We aim to instil an enthusiasm and curiosity for learning and encourage the pursuit of excellence and achievement of personal best in all endeavours. Our students are encouraged to achieve their full potential, to face new challenges and to be discerning and analytical.

Stanborough School steadfastly considers the long-term vision and supports parents in developing a desire in their children to know Christ in an environment that agrees with the home, whilst ensuring that they have a strong academic platform from which to grow, in an atmosphere of warmth, trust and care, with a team of committed staff, who will nurture, challenge, and equip students with what they need for them to genuinely flourish.

The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. Proverbs 9:10

Mrs Liburd, Operational Headteacher
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What We Offer

    • Agriculture/Horticulture
    • Business studies
    • Design Technology
    • Drama/Theatre
    • Economics
    • Environmental studies
    • Geology
    • Government/Politics
    • ICT
    • Painting/Sculpture
    • English As Foreign/2nd Language
    • French
    • Spanish
    • Badminton
    • Cricket
    • Cross-Country
    • Football
    • Gymnastics
    • Hockey
    • Martial Arts
    • Netball
    • Swimming
    • Tennis
    • Adventure Training
    • Drama
    • Public Speaking
    • Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
    • After School Club
    • Before School Club
    • International Students
    • Rail Services
    • Special Diets

    Admissions

    • Entry test or exam
    • Interview
    • Bursaries
    • Clergy/Ministers
    • Academic
    • Siblings
    • Music
    • Financial Assistance
    • All denominations welcome
    • Seventh Day Adventist
    • English

      Age Range & Fees

      Age Range3 to 11
      Annual Day Fees *£5235 to £8925
      Annual Weekly Boarding Fees *£9633 to £9633
      Annual Full Boarding Fees *£13131 to £0
      * Currency: GB Pound

      Number of Pupils

      111Day94
      15Full Boarding21
      3Weekly Boarding9
      129Total124
      Boys Girls

      Number of Staff

      Full-time: 25
      Part-time: 2

      % Pupils Gaining GCSE/IGCSE Passes 5 - 9

      % Pupils Gaining A Level Grades A – C

      % Pupils Going To University