The Old Hall School

The Old Hall prides itself on being a forward thinking school whilst respecting the traditions of all that is best in education. It is a community committed to the idea that every child has talents which need to be identified and developed; where stimulating and varied learning experiences are provided in a secure and safe environment.

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    The Old Hall School

    In choosing The Old Hall, you elect to educate your child in a school which has at its core the aim of enabling every child and adult in its community to be the very best that they can be. You will have chosen education without boundaries or ceilings, where children can be children in a safe, non-judgemental and happy environment. Happiness and confidence are key elements of a successful education and we aim to engender these elements by carefully nurturing each individual child in our care.

    Category: Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory

    Pupils: Co-Education

    Type: Day

    Religious Affiliation: Church of England

    Roll: 120 Boys / 100 Girls

    Age Range: 4-11 Years

    Founded: 1845

    Location Description

    Close to the market town of Wellington with easy access to M54 at Junction 6 and excellent rail links

    School Contact Details

    Headteacher: Mr M Stott

    Stanley Road, Wellington, Shropshire

    Tel: 01952 223117



    Founded in 1845, The Old Hall School is a co-educational day school (4-11 years), which is housed in spectacular modern premises, located alongside Wrekin College. The school offers first class facilities; a double sports hall, 25 metre indoor swimming pool, Astroturf and grass pitches offer an excellent sports and games environment, whilst specialist music and drama areas help to promote high standards in the performing arts. A suite of specialist learning-support rooms reflects the School’s commitment to the needs of the individual. First class facilities have also been created for pre-school care and the education of children from the age of 3 months.

    The broad curriculum is enriched by a dedicated team of professionals who encourage pupils to fulfil their potential in a happy and secure environment. Through the academic curriculum and caring pastoral system, the school aims to lay solid foundations in the development of well-motivated, confident and happy individuals who are always willing to give of their best on the road to high achievement.


    Means tested bursaries are available, please contact the school for details.

    Entrance Requirements

    Interview with the Headmaster.


    2020/2021. Reception: £2,890 per term. Years 1 & 2: £3,235 per term. Years 3 – 6: £4.540 per term.



      All visits are welcome, please contact the school

      We are now able to offer socially-distanced tours by appointment.

      However, we have also included a number of resources on our Virtual Visit page to give you a flavour of just some of things Old Hall has to offer.

      For more information about our open events, entrance procedures or to arrange a visit please contact the Admissions Department, on 01952 223117 or


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        The Chapel Choir wowed the crowd with a superb performance at Llangollen International Eisteddfod last week.

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