St Lawrence College

Kent

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  • Category: Nursery / Pre-Preparatory / Preparatory / Senior / Sixth Form
  • Pupils: Co-Education
  • Type: Day & Boarding
  • Religious Affiliation: Christian
  • Roll: 372 (Boys) 244 (Girls)
  • Founded: 1879

Facilities

Cutting-edge facilities and state-of-the-art architecture exist happily alongside the more traditional and very fine late nineteenth century buildings. Facilities include a Historic Dining Hall, Chapel, Library, 500-seat Theatre, Specialist Science block and Design Technology studio.

Sports provision is excellent with a new water-based Astro Pitch; Heated Indoor Swimming Pool; Floodlit Astroturfs; Tennis, Netball Basketball, Badminton and squash Courts, Cricket Pitches and Nets, Rugby and Football Pitches, Grass Athletics Track. The large Sports Complex houses a Fitness Centre, Dance Studio and Indoor Climbing Wall and facilities for Indoor hockey and Trampolining.

In recent years, a massive programme of investment has created some truly remarkable facilities for our boarders, and all rooms are en-suite. A wide range of evening and weekend activities is provided for boarders and additional events and fun day trips are organised. Boarders also enjoy using the Sports Centre and Swimming Pool, along with regular trips into town. Whilst primarily a full boarding school, we also offer weekly and flexi-boarding options for younger pupils.

St Lawrence welcomes pupils from all around the world. Around 30% of our student population comes from outside the UK, including those from Europe, Africa and Asia, making around 30 different nationalities in total. Our overseas boarders participate fully in the academic and pastoral life of the College, along with the sports and activities programmes. We have a dedicated EAL Centre for those students who need additional English support, with a focus on full integration in mainstream lessons.

Open Days

2018. Junior School (3 - 11 years): Fri. 5th October. Senior School (11 - 18 years): Sat. 6th October.

Fees

2017/2018.

Day fees. Reception - Year 6: £2490 - £3895 per term. Years 7 - 10: £4833 per term. Years 11 - 13: £6165 per term.

Boarding fees. Yeas 3 - 6: £8685 per term. Years 7 - 13: £11545 per term.

English as an Additional Language (EAL) charges of £410 per term apply from Year 10 to Upper Sixth Form.

For parents whose employment with the Ministry of Defence qualifies them for the CEA (Continuity of Education Allowance) we offer a special bursary.

Reports

ISI Inspection 2018
Ofsted Boarding Inspection 2011

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Principal of the College: Mr Antony Spencer

St Lawrence College
College Road
Ramsgate
Kent
CT11 7AE

[t]: General Enquiries: +44 (0)1843 808080 Admissions: +44 (0)1843 572931
[w]: www.slcuk.com

Location Description

Located in Ramsgate, within easy walking distance of the sea and town, the school is set in a safe, spacious campus of 45 acres.

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School News

St Lawrence College independent day and boarding school Kent

St Lawrence College had the enormous privilege of welcoming the Band of the Household Cavalry to the school for the day on 1 May.

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into their schedule of playing for the Heads of the Commonwealth on The Mall, and for the changing of the Guard at Windsor Castle, the Band spent the whole day in school running workshops and performing.

In the morning, part of the band appeared as the funky ‘Loosebox Brass’ and wowed Junior School pupils. In the afternoon some of the instrumentalists from the Senior School had a workshop in which they played a variety of pieces alongside the band.

To end the day, the whole school assembled in Taylor Hall for an amazing concert. Wearing their distinctive Blue and Red uniforms (a result of the Band being comprised of members of the Blues and Royals and the Lifeguards) the Band played a fantastic mix of show tunes, a Michael Jackson Medley and much more. Head Girl and talented oboist, Eizabeth, had the honour of playing for the whole concert, as part of the professional Band.

It was a truly unforgettable day and we are hugely grateful to the Band and especially Band Master, Ben Ruffer. We’ll be watching out for members of the Band who will be playing the fanfares at the Royal Wedding!

James Woodhall, Director of Music

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