Set on an historic 160 acre campus on the picturesque Lancashire coastline, Rossall is one of the country’s leading independent co-educational boarding and day schools, where boys and girls aged 2-18 are nurtured in a safe, secure and supportive environment.
Here pupils enjoy learning and living in a friendly, busy and challenging atmosphere in the classroom, after school and at weekends. The sense of community that defines the School is achieved through the unrivalled standard of pastoral care, the diverse pupil base and also through the permanent boarding population.
With nearly fifty different nationalities living and learning together at Rossall, we truly are a global village. The combination of UK day students and students from right across the world creates an exciting international dimension and an appreciation of diverse cultures, religions and politics.
Growing and learning in such a friendly and culturally diverse environment helps our young people develop into well-rounded, confident and knowledgeable individuals – true global citizens.
Category: Nursery, Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory, Senior, Sixth Form
Type: Day & Boarding
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Roll: 339 Boys / 302 Girls
Age Range: 2-18 Years
Situated on an extensive 160-acre campus in an unrivalled setting on the picturesque coastland of the North West of England.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Mr Jeremy Quartermain
Contact for enquiries:UK Registrar, Mrs Gillian Leggett firstname.lastname@example.org. International Registrar Europe and Americas, Ms Julie Yorke email@example.com. International Registrar Asia and Australasia, Mr Adam Cawkwell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadway, Fleetwood, Lancashire
Tel: 01253 774201
Rossall’s generous facilities support our aims for teaching and learning excellence. From our dedicated Science building and state of the art Design Technology workshops to our bright, spacious Art studios complete with a computer-rich Graphics suite, the school provides every student with the space and resources to pursue their academic studies and outside interests.
For those with musical ambitions, the Beecham Music School, with its own practice organ, orchestra rehearsal room and Sibelius suite offers the opportunity to develop their skills whilst our theatres, performance and exhibition spaces provide budding singers, actors and artists with the chance to explore their talents.
With the recent renovation of the Sixth Form study room (based on designs created by the students themselves) and the opening of a new kitchen classroom to support the development of Food Studies skills, Rossall is a school which is constantly evolving to meet the needs of its students as well as the curriculum.
Beyond the classroom, our spacious 160 acre campus has extensive sports and recreation facilities, including a 25-metre indoor heated swimming pool, squash courts, tennis courts, fives courts, a modern all-weather sports pitch, a multi-use games area, two indoor sports halls, extensive sports pitches and a fitness room. Thats not to mention our own beach, which is put to good use for our own exclusive sport of Ross Hockey.
Rossall is also proud to be one of the few schools in the country with an on-site Astronomy Centre.
11+, 13+ and 16+: in a range of subjects. ‘Trapnell and Jackson’ academic scholarships for the brightest of students, sport scholarships and a Military scholarship for a pupil in the Duke of Lancaster Regiment. Bursaries available
Entrance and Scholarships Examinations are taken at entry into Years 7, 9 and 12.
2019/2020. Per term.
Day Pupils. Infant School: £2815. Years 3-8: £2815 – £3760. Years 9-13: £4085.
Weekly boarding. Years 3-8: £4850-£6070. Years 9-13: £7390. Full boarding. Years 3-8: £7215 – £8640. Years 9-13: £11,195.
Senior School International Baccalaureate. Day:£4,580. Weekly boarding: £7,885. Full boarding: £11,695
For International Study Centre and the Golf Academy, please contact the school for details.
All visits are welcome, please contact the school
2020. All visits are welcome, please contact the school.
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