An education at S. Anselm’s is an education for life. High standards in the classroom, excellent manners, decency and consideration for others all combine to give our pupils essential preparation for their future.
As a ‘stand-alone’ Preparatory School, we teach to a very high standard so that our pupils may move on to a school that most suits them, including some of the most prestigious schools in the country: Ampleforth, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Downe House, Eton College, Giggleswick, Harrow, Malvern, Oakham, Oundle, Queen Margaret’s (York), Repton, Rugby, St Edward’s (Oxford), Sedbergh, Shrewsbury, Tudor Hall, Uppingham, Winchester, Wycombe Abbey and many others, not to mention S. Anselm’s College.
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Wednesday saw us playing our first netball matches of the term and there were some super results for our girls, away at Hill House, Doncaster.
Our Junior Forms were challanged to develop their thinking skills in the first week of the Lent Term, working in Houses to overcome a series of complex challenges
The Michaelmas Term drew to a magnificent close with our traditional carol service in Bakewell Parish Church
Visitors were invited to a dramatic ‘Gladiator School’ as presented by our ambitious Year 4 Gladiators
All our School Houses threw their efforts into raising funds for their chosen charities at the Christmas Fair last week
To round off their project on Early Man, Year 3 pupils became the teachers for the morning, giving Year 2 pupils a lesson on either the Bronze or Iron Age
Our Prep School and College children attended our annual Advent Service in Bakewell Parish Church to mark the start of our Christmas preparations
S. Anselm’s musicians get the opportunity to meet the Kanneh-Mason family and experience Sheku’s talented playing in a sell out performance
Year 8 had a truly memorable day in London, exploring our Capital’s seats of power from the medieval period to today
One hundred years since the end of the Great War, S. Anselm’s gathered on the Headmaster’s lawn to remember those who have died in the service of our country and mankind