A co-educational boarding and day school for ages 11-18, Haileybury offers a stimulating environment for boys and girls to challenge themselves, discover their identity and develop into confident and generous adults. With excellent co-curricular facilities and strong academic results across the IB, A levels and GCSEs, we offer each and every pupil a secure and caring environment where they can find their passion and shape their future.
Category: Senior, Sixth Form
Type: Boarding and Day
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Roll: 464 Boys / / 443 Girls
Day pupils: 359
Boarder Number: 548
Age Range: 11-18 Years
Haileybury is situated just 20 miles north of London, in the village of Hertford Heath. It is conveniently located close to the A10 and easily accessible via the M25, A1(M), M11 and A414. London Heathrow (50 minutes by car), London Stansted (30 minutes) and London Luton (40 minutes) airports are within easy reach of Haileybury. London Gatwick airport (75 minutes) is only slightly further away. All are served by rail links to central London.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Martin Collier
Contact for enquiries:Admissions Department: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01992 706353
Hertford, Hertfordshire, SG13 7NU
Tel: General Enquiries: 01992 706200 Admissions: 01992 706353
Academic rigour and outstanding co-curricular provision are at the heart of the school. Pupils enjoy exceptional opportunities and a truly all-round education which enables them to discover enduring passions and talents.
The school offers a dedicated Lower School for Years 7 and 8, a wide range of GCSEs and IGCSEs and the choice of the IB Diploma Programme or A levels in the Sixth Form. Based on 2019 exam results, The Sunday Times ranked Haileybury in the top six co-educational independent schools for the International Baccalaureate (IB). Overall, they were listed in the top 20 best performing co-educational independent schools in the South East.
The School’s state-of-the-art facilities are designed to enable pupils to excel in their desired area of study. Haileybury is the first school in the UK to participate in the Stan-X Programme, a pioneering study of genetics, allowing pupils to contribute to efforts to find cures for diseases such as pancreatic cancer and diabetes.
Beyond the academic curriculum, the packed co-curricular programme offers more than 130 choices, from climbing and scuba diving to filmmaking and the Model United Nations.
Haileybury Sports Complex has a strength and conditioning gym, 25-metre swimming pool and indoor cricket nets. Pupils also have access to a golf simulator, climbing wall, tennis centre, acres of beautifully maintained playing fields and two all-weather hockey pitches. Pupils benefit from professional sports coaching from the likes of former Wales rugby captain Michael Owen and ex-England international netballer Dani McFarlane.
The campus also has a high-tech Music School and performance venues, including a purpose-built theatre. The School takes pride in hosting spectacular arts productions with multiple showcases per term and pupils are able to take part in music concerts, drama productions and public performances throughout the year.
With an emphasis on pastoral care and around-the-clock support from House Masters and House Mistresses, the chaplain, tutors, and a Health Centre, the school is a home-from-home, with a warm and friendly feel. Every child is given the confidence to find their identity on a personal journey of discovery.
At 11+ entry, Haileybury offers Academic, Music, Sport and All Rounder (Drama, Art, Sport & Music) Scholarships.
At 13+ and 16+ entry, Haileybury offers Academic, Drama, Music, Sport and Art and/or Design Technology Scholarships.
For further information, please contact our Admissions Department on 01992 706353 or at email@example.com
Entrance Assessment: As an academically selective school, all registered candidates will be invited to sit our entrance tests and have an interview at Haileybury.
Senior School. Boarding: £13,580 per term. Day: £9,920 per term.
Lower School. Boarding: £8,615 per term. Day: £6,595 per term.
HMC, BSA, IBO, ISC
All visits are welcome, please contact the school
16+ Open Evening: Monday 12 Sep 2022 - Time: 6:00 pm
11+ and 13+ Open Morning: Saturday 1 Oct 2022 - Time: 9:30 am
Virtual Open Day: Thursday 13 Oct 2022 - Time: 9:30 am
11+ Discovery Day: Thursday 3 Nov 2022 - Time: 9:30 am
16+ Open Evening: BOOK your place
Virtual Open Day: BOOK your place
11+ and 13+ Open Morning: BOOK your place
11+ Discovery Day: BOOK your place
For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01992 706 353.
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