Monkton Combe School


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  • Category: Pre-Preparatory / Preparatory / Senior / Sixth Form
  • Pupils: Co-Education
  • Type: Day & Boarding
  • Religious Affiliation: Christian
  • Roll: 434 (Boys) 268 (Girls)
  • Age Range: 2 - 18 years
  • Founded: 1868

General Information

Monkton, just a mile from the World Heritage City of Bath, is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 2-18. We pride ourselves on our living Christian ethos, our strong pastoral care and excellent exam results. At Monkton, we are setting standards for life; inspiring young people to become confident, kind and ambitious adults who live fulfilling lives.



Monkton has over 100 acres of land across 2 sites which share stunning locations, grounds and facilities.

Our Senior School lies in the heart of the village of Monkton Combe. Nestling in the Midford Valley it is surrounded by rolling hills and woodland. Our Longmead Cricket ground lies near the famous Dundas aqueduct and has been voted into the top 3 most picturesque cricket grounds in the country by Wisden. The original school buildings are at the heart of the school and provide the beautiful period features and character expected of a school with such rich history. These buildings and facilities have been enhanced by developments of state-of-the-art facilities for our curricular and extra-curricular programmes. The school's facilities include a state-of-the-art Maths and Science Centre, Music Centre and a recording studio. Art & DT facilities include a large multi-purpose exhibition area and dedicated areas for print-making, ceramics and textiles and sculpture, as well as a fully equipped darkroom and ICT suite for animation and film work.

Our Pre-Prep and Prep School can be found a mile up the hill and has the most impressive views over rolling countryside. Our Pre-Prep is housed in a brand new purpose built building where every classroom has direct access to outdoor space, there is a hall were the school can come together for assembly and chapel, a library, kitchen and messy play areas. The children also benefit from all of the facilities on the wider Prep School site, including an indoor swimming pool, a woodland adventure area, all weather Astroturf pitches, sports hall and music room.

The Prep School has year group classrooms for our younger children and dedicated subject specific classrooms, labs, studios and a theatre for specific subject areas as our pupils’ progress through the curriculum. Our oldest pupils are given leadership opportunities to develop these skills and build confidence.

Monkton has a strong sporting tradition and provides fantastic sporting facilities and opportunities for its pupils. The major games are rugby, hockey, rowing, cricket and tennis for boys and hockey, netball, rowing and tennis for girls. Other sports include athletics, badminton, basketball, football, fencing, golf, judo, squash, swimming and volleyball. The School also has extensive playing fields, an Astroturf all-weather playing area for Hockey and Tennis, boathouses on the River Avon, 3 Netball courts, 18 Tennis courts, a covered Rifle Range, a rowing tank, 2 Squash courts, a Sports Centre and a 25m indoor Swimming Centre and Fitness Centre.

We have six boarding houses at the Senior School: 3 boys', 3 girls' and a junior house at the Prep School. The Boarding ethos at Monkton is a strong part of our offering. This does not mean all pupils are boarders, nor that our provision is focused on those who are; far from it. Our day pupils benefit from the same advantages as our boarders do with sector leading pastoral care from dedicated staff, 1:1 tutoring and a full, diverse and responsive 6 day programme which allows us to cater for all interests and options from rowing to reeling, from fencing to philately.

Entrance Requirements

Nursery & Pre-Prep: visit, taster session and a reference from a current school if appropriate.

Prep: Visit, a current school report and a reference from the candidate’s current school. Interview, taster day and CAT4 assessment.

Year 9 entry: When an applicant is in Year 6, we would look to obtain CAT scores if available from the candidate’s current school, invite applicants to attend 1 of 3 Assessment Days held in the Michaelmas, Lent and Summer Terms each year, and obtain a reference from the candidate’s current school. If appropriate, an offer of a place at Monkton will then be made with a deadline for acceptance in March of Year 7. Applications for entry will be accepted outside of this timeframe, but the availability of places cannot be guaranteed.

Year 10 entry: For entry into Year 10, candidates will usually sit online CAT4 tests. A reference from the candidate's current school will be sought and an interview/taster day.

Year 12 entry: For entry into Year 12, candidates will usually sit online CAT4 tests and attend interview and a taster day, where possible. A school reference will be sought. Any place then offered is subject to pupils obtaining a minimum average of 6 in all of the GCSE subjects taken. Please note that to study certain AS subjects, a minimum grade at GCSE in that subject may be a prerequisite.

International Students: Along with many other top independent schools in the UK, Monkton School is participating in a new entrance test called UKiset - the UK Independent Schools' Entry Test. For details, please contact the school.


Scholarships are awarded on entry to the school for candidates at Year 7, Year 9 and Year 12.

Open Days

2019. All visits are welcome. For details, please call our Registrar Mrs Carole Heritage on 01225 721133 or email



Nursery (age 2–3): £60 per day. Kindergarten (age 3-4): £3,245 per term (full time). Pre-Prep Reception – Year 2: £3,245 - £3,340 per term.

Prep. Years 3 – 6. Day: £3,920 - £4,040 per term. Boarding: £7,630 - £7,920 per term. Years 7 – 8. Extended Day: £5,710 per term. Boarding: £8,230 per term.

Senior. Years 9-11. Day: £6,630 per term. Boarding: £10,830 per term. Years 12-13. Day: £6,970 per term. Boarding: £11,115 per term.

Fees are inclusive of all costs that apply to all pupils and include meals, textbooks and transport to school fixtures - there are no hidden costs. Armed Forces and sibling discounts are available as well as a limited number of small endowment funds. Please contact the school for further details.


ISI Inspection Report 2018 - Prep and Pre-Prep
ISI Inspection 2016

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mr Christopher Wheeler

Contact for enquiries: Carole Heritage, Head of Admissions

Monkton Combe School
Monkton Combe

[t]: +44 (0)1225 721133

Location Description

Monkton is just 1 mile from the City of Bath with a bus route offered from neighbouring villages and Bath Spa train station on a daily basis.

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School News

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Monkton’s very own Skeleton Bob Sleigh athlete Ashleigh Pittaway’s competitive season ended on the 7th March with the main event of the season, the senior

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‘World Championships’ in Whistler, Canada. The world’s best 26 skeleton athletes were competing for a top 20 place in order to make the finals of the World Championships, which took part on Friday 7th March. The event comprised of four runs spread over two days. Again, Ashleigh was the youngest Athlete competing in the event.

Day 1:   Thursday 6th March
With two consistent runs 54.47, 54.44 seconds, and speeds of 139.68, 140.44 Km/h Ashleigh crossed the finishing line ranked 15th just 0.05 seconds behind her teammate Maddie Smith. The track in Whistler lived up to its reputation as being the fastest track on the planet and one of the most difficult to navigate. The track was unforgiving and the number of injuries (none serious), caused three athletes to retire from the second day of racing. Ashleigh suffered, as did a number of athletes, multiple bruising during the race.

Day 2: Friday 7th March
Finals or not? Ashleigh answered the question in the third run of the event due to the fact that she was able match her time of 54.44 clocked up on the previous day by passing the finishing line with the exact same time 54.44 seconds and a speed of 140.33 Km/h. In the 4th and final run Ashleigh improved her time yet again by producing her best sliding run of the competition with a time of 54.09 seconds and a personal best speed of 142.03 Km/h to finish in 16th position just 0.05 seconds behind her teammate Maddie.

Ashleigh commented after the race:“Despite the bruises, I am satisfied with my performance and being at the ‘World Championships’ was a great end to a very long and successful season. I now know that I am able to slide with the best. What I need to do is work hard on my start times, a deficit that separates my performances from those of the very best”.

Season summary:
Ashleigh had a great season, starting with her winning British Skeletons selection trials at the very start of the season which lasted 5½ months. She trained, travelled and competed in 16 competitions on 8 different tracks. She managed to achieve 2 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze podium positions and also finished 19th in the International Bob and Skeleton Federations over all world rankings.

Being by far the youngest to compete at this level of competition, her aim is to compete for Great Britain at the next Winter Olympic Games 2022 in China.

We wish her continued success and many congratulations on a fabulous season of racing.

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In response to Greta Thunberg’s inspiring strike action, Monkton handed period 1 to the pupils today to lead their own discussions about effective protest and

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the climate change issues. Thunberg, who recently gave her own TEDx talk and spoke at the UN climate change conference in Katowice, encourages pupils to make their own stand against the impending potential catastrophic effect that carbon emissions is having on the planet and make their voices heard.

Monkton recognises the issue but rather than support a one off protest event, which many pupils might just have seen as a day off school, designed its own event to help pupils shape their own views. Pupil led discussion forums and Art from Ruby Marriott then led pupils to choose to lead a two minutes silence to consider what action they could take. The focus of the day was not only to make them aware to the issues of climate change but to encourage them to think about how they make themselves heard as a generation.Comparing it to the charity of the year, Send A Cow, Principal Chris Wheeler said, ‘We can let pupils feel they are protesting by allowing them to take part in a rally (and if they have permission what sort of protest are they really making) or we can encourage them to work out what it really means to make their voices heard. We want to do the latter. We want to send out hundreds of Greta Thunbergs into the world so that this generation can shape the world it will live in.’

After watching Greta’s speech to the UN, pupils spent time discussing ways in which they could protest the inaction of world leaders and change their lives to try to reverse some of the damage that has already been done.  At 9.20 the whole school held a two minute silence in the inner quad to take more time to reflect.  ITV west were on hand to record the proceedings interviewing some of the pupils including Miriam Galpin who led the silence and A level Art student Ruby Marriott whose activist quilt on climate change was displayed on the steps outside the library during the course of the day.

The change to the timetable comes as thousands of school children across the country skip school in protest at climate change.

“Pupils display excellent thinking and research skills, both in lessons and independent work.”
“Excellent levels of knowledge, skills and understanding across the curriculum.”
“Pupils exhibit substantial skills

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in music and drama.”
“They exude a palpable enthusiasm and enjoyment for learning, both inside and outside the classroom.”
“Pupils demonstrate excellent developing spiritual awareness and understanding.”
“Pupils respect and value diversity within society, show respect and appreciation for their own and other cultures, and demonstrate tolerance to those from different backgrounds.” “A very large majority of parents who responded to the questionnaire agreed that the school promotes an environment which successfully supports their children’s personal development.” 

Some highlights of the Independent Schools Inspectorate report of Monkton Prep and Pre-Prep Schools, June 2018

Monkton Combe Prep and Pre-Prep schools have received the highest commendation of ‘excellent’ in the latest inspection report issued today (19th June 2018) by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.

The schools in Combe Down near Bath for children aged 2 to 13 have both been praised by the inspectors for delivering excellence in academic and as well as in artistic and sporting activities.

As well as being judged fully compliant against all DfE regulations, the Educational Quality Inspection said the Pre-Prep and Prep schools were excellent across the board and highlighted:

•    Pupils’ knowledge, skills, understanding and achievement are very well developed for their ages in most areas of the curriculum
•    Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage achieve well above national norms
•    Pupils display considerable creativity and collaborative skills
•    Pupils make excellent progress overall.

Parents at the schools were also asked for their views by the School Inspectors. The report found that a very large majority of parents who responded to the questionnaire agreed that the school promotes an environment which successfully supports their children’s personal development, which the inspectors said was backed up by their evidence. They also noted:

•    Pupils display strong levels of spiritual awareness and understanding
•    Pupils demonstrate increasing self-confidence and maturity as they progress through the school
•    Pupils show high levels of kindness and consideration for others, and are confident and positive learners
•    Pupils display outstanding moral understanding which enables them to function very effectively as members of the community. They are caring and highly empathic.

Head of Monkton Pre-Prep School Catherine Winchcombe said, “We are so delighted with this outcome. The children should be congratulated as they displayed such eagerness for learning, with high levels of engagement and ambition during the inspection days. Their ability to collaborate and work with others, along with their kindness, enabled the Academic and Pastoral aspects of the school to shine brightly.”

Inspectors highlighted that that the school successfully meets its aim to inspire young people to become confident, kind and ambitious adults who live fulfilling lives and that leavers have achieved very successful results in selective senior school entry examinations, with a high number gaining awards and scholarships over time.

Head of Monkton Prep School Martin Davis said, “During their four days at both the Prep and Pre-Prep, the Inspectors were  able to talk to and see the children and staff in action so as to fully understand exactly what we are about, and it was wonderful that they were able to appreciate all that goes on within this wonderful school.”

This new report follows similar good news for the senior school which was inspected in 2017 and was also ranked as ‘Excellent’ with the Inspectors highlighting the academic ability of Monkton pupils as being consistently above the national average at GCSE, with pupils’ knowledge, skills and understanding across a wide range of subjects also being excellent.

Principal of Monkton Combe School Chris Wheeler added, “Beyond the headline judgements, it is very pleasing to see how well the inspection team ‘got’ Monkton. It is hugely exciting to feel that the work we are doing in pupil self-knowledge is now so tangible as to be clear even to outside observers who are only in school for a few days. Our children showed themselves to be the thoughtful, kind enthusiastic learners we hope for, which reflects all the work we do together in partnership, parent, school and pupil, to give them the very best education they can have.”

Monkton Combe School is based just a mile outside of Bath in Combe Down and Monkton Combe. It is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 2-18. Monkton is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2018 and, like many public schools, boasts an illustrious alumni including Olympic Gold medallists,  members of Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition, the curator of TED Talks,  Chris Anderson, and the former Head of the British Secret Intelligence Service Sir Richard Dearlove KCMG OBE.

A copy of the full report can be read by clicking here.

The next Open Day at the Prep and Pre-Prep schools is on the 6th of October 2018 and at the Senior School on the 15th of September 2018. To book your place at the open day or arrange an individual visit to Monkton Combe School please visit our Open Morning Registration Form

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The Principal of Monkton Combe School, who hit the headlines last year when he broke into song during his annual speech to pupils, has stunned

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parents and students by literally tearing up his script as he rushed off the stage at this year’s event. However it was all part of a secret plan to celebrate the school’s 150th anniversary.

As Chris Wheeler raced off the stage at the Prize Giving Ceremony on Saturday 30th June, a pre-recorded film appeared on screens dotted around the marquee showing the Principal rushing around the school, meeting pupils taking part in lessons and interviewing them to discover their highlights of the year.

The film saw Mr Wheeler joining a rugby scrum, appearing on stage during a drama rehearsal and even pushing the school’s Director of Sport into Midford Brook in order to interview pupils about their Rowing activities. The secretly recorded film was this year’s big surprise for pupils and parents after he had staged a flash mob of teachers singing during the event the previous year.

Guests at the Prize Giving Ceremony were treated to scenes of the school’s Bursar being locked in the historic village jail, re-enacting a famous event from the school’s history 100 years ago, and Mr Wheeler joining a girl’s hockey match.

Principal of Monkton Combe School Chris Wheeler said, “In a special year, I wanted to put pupils front and centre in what we were doing; no one really wants to listen to the Head droning on so hearing a snapshot from the children themselves seemed like a good alternative.”

Mr Wheeler added, “I think prize giving needs to be a celebration of the achievements of pupils and in order to do that it has to be a little bit exciting and unpredictable. Monkton’s commitment to do things differently needs to be lived out in all we do if we really mean it.”

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On Tuesday 27th February, Monkton Prep School hosted the U11 and U13 County Hockey Championships for boys. With 15 teams from Bristol and Bath across

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two age groups, there was a high standard of hockey on display and goals aplenty on a day which saw sun, wind, sleet and snow challenge the players and spectators. However, Monkton’s U13 hockey team, led by Jack Webb, who also plays for Team Bath Buccaneers, came out on top of the elements and on top of the group, thanks to six wins and one loss in their eight-team round robin, beating Prior Park, KES and Kingswood among others.

Jack said, “We suffered an early defeat, so the pressure was on, but the boys stepped up, played superb hockey and won all their remaining games. We are delighted to be County Champions!” The team now goes on to play at the West Finals in late March, two days after their trip to the IAPS National Hockey Finals!

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Philosothon is a competition which seeks to increase students’ understanding of a range of philosophical issues.  It is based on the ‘community of inquiry’ model,

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which encourages students to think together to increase their understanding of a particular issue.   Each student is given a piece of stimulus material and a list of possible questions to consider.  With the help of the facilitator, students then begin a discussion based on the questions arising from the stimulus material.  Conversation must flow and tangents are permitted.  The aim is not to ‘get through’ the list of possible questions, but to use them as a springboard for spontaneous discussion, and ultimately for the advancement of philosophical inquiry.

Following on from our successful Inter-House Philosothon competition in January, which was won by Farm House for the second consecutive year, a Monkton team was selected from the two highest scoring students from each year group.  On Tuesday 23rd January, the team, accompanied by Mrs Chillcott and Mr Carter, competed in the Philosothon UK competition at King’s College, Taunton.

Students competed in four communities of inquiry, scoring points for themselves and their school.  The first two communities were grouped according to age, whilst the last two were mixed-age communities.  Monkton students competed admirably, often holding their own with students significantly older than them, discussing topics as varied as the legalisation of drugs, whether animals can feel pain, and how the Arab lore of the camel’s nose can be of use in the euthanasia debate!

The competition was judged by a number of academics from universities nationwide, including the University of Oxford.  At his summing up of the event, Mark Smith, the event organiser, praised the high standards of all those taking part and noted that the future of Philosophy looks promising.  Our Monkton team did incredibly well, coming away in second place – and missing out on first place by only 7 marks.  The minibus ride home was full of continued philosophical debate, much to the delight of Mrs Chillcott and Mr Carter.  Well done to all involved in this significant achievement for Monkton.

Mrs Rhian Chillcott

Head of Theology, Philosophy & Ethics

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Monkton School has been rated as ‘excellent’ in the latest inspection report issued today by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (9th February 2017).

The Senior School was

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closely scrutinised in December 2016 by a team of five highly experienced inspectors over four days. As well as being judged fully compliant against all DfE regulations, the Educational Quality Inspection defined both pupils’ academic achievement and their personal development as ‘excellent’, the highest achievable grade.

The report highlights the academic ability of Monkton pupils for being consistently above the national average at GCSE, with pupils’ knowledge, skills and understanding across a wide range of subjects also being excellent. This reinforces the outstanding GCSE results of recent years with Monkton comfortably in the top 100 independent schools in 2016.

Inspectors were full of praise for Monkton students with the report stating that pupils “are lively, hardworking and self-aware, responding enthusiastically to the academic and non-academic challenges available to them.”

The school’s leadership team and teaching staff were also highlighted with the report noting that, “Pupils thrive as a result of high-quality leadership and management which ensure that the school is highly successful in fulfilling its aim to provide a high-quality education in a distinctive boarding school environment.”

The inspection also praised the school’s extra-curricular activities saying “high levels of success are achieved, most particularly in sport, drama and music. Initiatives such as the ‘Team Monkton’ elite extension activities programme ensure that the best athletes are continually encouraged to reach for greater success.”

Monkton is based just a mile outside of Bath in Combe Down and Monkton Combe. It is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 2-18. Monkton will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2018 and, like many public schools, boasts an illustrious alumni including Olympic Gold medallists,  members of Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition, the curator of TED Talks,  Chris Anderson, and the former Head of the British Secret Intelligence Service Sir Richard Dearlove KCMG OBE.

Parents at the Senior School were also asked for their views by the School Inspectors. The report found that

“Almost all felt that the teaching enables their children to make good progress and develop skills for the future, that the school is well governed, led and managed.”

Monkton’s Principal Chris Wheeler said, “We are delighted to receive such a positive report from the Independent Schools Inspectorate. It is a real pleasure to see that the inspectors have recognised the many strengths that Monkton has. Whilst exam results have placed us in the top 20 co-ed boarding schools in the country and Oxbridge offers make us highly competitive with other Rugby group schools, none of those statistics really speak to what a special place Monkton is; only our pupils can do that.”

“This report confirms that our pupils are not only highly successful academically where their, ‘achievement is boosted by consistently strong focus on learning skills’, but also confirms that ‘boarding and day pupils are fully integrated’, and pupils, ‘have extremely well developed personalities for their age’.


Photo: Monkton Principal Chris Wheeler with Senior School pupils Jennifer Dickson, Alec Saint and Max Martindale

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Ben Garrod, Year 13 student at Monkton, was appointed to umpire at the Investec U14 National championship for girls hockey which was held at the

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Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, located on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park which was host to the 2012 games.

Ben umpired 3 of the pool games did such a fantastic job he was selected to umpire the National Final between Surbiton High School and St Georges, Weybridge. The final was a really close game and ended up going to a penalty stroke competition which Surbiton High won 4-1.

We’re lucky that Ben has his skills honed by umpiring some of the games at Monkton.

Photo: Ben umpiring a recent match at Monkton vs Clayesmore

Great news on the creative arts front as two of our Year 13 pupils receive offers from Central St Martins and top animation colleges Kingston

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Uni and Bournemouth. Over the last few years, this makes a total of 10 pupils from Monkton to study at Central St Martins, widely acknowledged as one of the world’s leading colleges of art.

Art and DT have always attracted a large uptake, with two-thirds of recent GCSE pupils studying at least one of Art, Photography or DT. These pupils and those studying A Levels have enjoyed significant and consistent success. As well as Central St Martins, pupils have been successful in securing places at London College of Fashion, Goldsmiths and Bristol Old Vic. These places have, without exception, been pupils’ first choices. This is quite an achievement when there is such stiff competition for these high calibre colleges.

We now have A Level textiles in the curriculum and the recently built Basson Art and Design Centre to further support the creative arts at Monkton.

On Thursday 17th March on near perfect conditions on the Championship course of the Thames from Chiswick to Putney the Monkton First Eight took on

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all in the Schools Head of the river. This was such a good experience for the crew to not only to race all the large school crews but also to race on the Tidal Thames where epic battles such as the Boat Race, the Head and the Wingfields run over. Some argue that rowing was developed from the trading boats rowing out to the larger ships in harbour in order to gain the best of the cargo. This has then continued into the racing we see today.

Today 360 crews from year 13 to year 11 took on the challenge which is 8km on a river around 150m wide, very different from training on the Avon. Crews were set off in interval gaps of between 15 and 30 seconds. Some crews were hammering it off the start only to find after 2-3mins they were running out of steam. After a steady start the crew settled into a good solid rhythm and this enabled Philippa who was coxing to concentrate not only on technical calls, encouraging calls but also steering which is paramount to this race. If the crew move more than 3m from the fast water this could be whole seconds being lost just for the time that they are out of the stream.

In the First Eights section Monkton finished 18th which is a end to the head season but certainly shows that more work needs to be done. They finished just ahead of West country rivals Bryanston and Canford school.

It was a fantastic day for all the crew and they really enjoyed the experience. The rowing squad now go on a training camp for 10 days to enable them to enter the regatta season, of side by side racing.

Louis Shaw
Josh Davis
David Palmer
Will Bernard
Martin Ninov
Max Leflaive-Manley
Guy Hooper
Henry Pope
Philippa Hood

Following the appointment of Richard Backhouse to be Principal of the Berkhamsted Schools Group from January 2016, Monkton’s Governors have conducted an extensive interview process

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to recruit his successor and are now delighted to announce the appointment of Christopher Wheeler as Principal of Monkton Combe School from January 2016.

Mr Wheeler was educated at Winchester College and has a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Philosophy from Durham and a PGCE from Bristol University.  He began his career teaching English at St.John’s, Leatherhead, where he became a Head of Department; then he moved to Peponi School, Kenya, as Deputy Head (Registrar), Boarding Housemaster and Head of English and Drama.  Returning to the UK he became a Housemaster at Brighton College and then Head of St Christopher’s, Hove, part of the Brighton College family of schools.  He is currently Principal and CEO of Hillcrest International School, Nairobi, Kenya.

On his appointment to Monkton, he said “It is very exciting to be taking on the mantle of leadership at Monkton and working with the governors, senior team, staff, parents and pupils and other stakeholders, I look forward to being part of the continuing story of Monkton, ensuring the schools’ continued improvement, growth and success.”

Chair of Governors, Stephen Baldock commented “Monkton attracted an outstanding field of highly qualified candidates, among whom Chris Wheeler was our unanimous choice. He has the skills and experience to build on the School’s excellence and to develop it further.

Mr Wheeler is married and has three children; the family will move to Monkton in December this year.


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