Feltonfleet is a day, weekly and flexi boarding school set in 25 acres of landscaped grounds within easy reach of Surrey and South-West London, where boys and girls aged three to thirteen thrive on personalised learning and the pursuit of academic excellence and emotional well-being.
Feltonfleet is a community where ‘individuals really matter’ – a core belief which shapes all we say and do. We know the most enjoyable personal growth comes from developing a child’s natural talents and skills. In nurturing this potential within a sharing community, with a strong sense of family, children are able to discover their gifts and grow in self-confidence, independence and compassion.
Feltonfleet’s values-led ethos, based upon Honesty, Responsibility, Respect and Kindness, ensures that our pupils leave us as happy, independent, responsible, critical thinkers, empathetic, confident, resilient, emotionally intelligent and ready to embrace the opportunities and challenges ahead. All these qualities were identified in the latest ISI Inspection report.
In September 2019, in response to demand, we began a phased increase in the number of places available in the Pre-Prep, becoming two-form entry by September 2020.
At Feltonfleet Preparatory School we strive for the highest academic standards, relative to an individual’s ability. We deliver a rigorous curriculum that values the whole child, develops core knowledge and skills that are agile, relevant and transferable in a collaborative culture. We follow the International Primary Curriculum to Year 4 and the Prep School Baccalaureate in Years 5 – 8 as well as continuing Common Entrance in core subjects. Our Year 8 pupils routinely gain entry to their first choice senior school and a high proportion secure scholarships across a number of disciplines.
We offer a broad and rich menu of co-curricular activities, all within a supportive pastoral framework with a focus on emotional health and well-being. Mindfulness is fully embedded and is an integrated part of school life from Nursery to Year 8. It provides the space for pupils to relax, reflect and grow in resilience and flexibility.
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