Elstree School

Set in 150 acres of stunning parkland in rural West Berkshire, Elstree welcomes boys aged 3-13 years and girls aged 3-8 years. From Year 4 onwards, boys can choose to board in this happy, secure and purposeful environment. It is an idyllic place for children to be nurtured and inspired. At Elstree we are academically ambitious and provide a first class all-round education. Our boys go on to the top public schools and we are immensely proud of the strong Common Entrance and Scholarship record. The emphasis is on building confidence, developing talent and maximising potential.

Elstree School was founded in 1848, in Elstree, Hertfordshire. With the outbreak of war in 1939, staff and 70 boys moved to Woolhampton House in Berkshire.

This fine Georgian house, standing in a 150-acre estate of green parkland and lawns, proved so ideal that Woolhampton House became Elstree’s permanent home at the end of the war, where the School remains today.

In the last 30 years, Elstree has carried out major development work including a superb library, all-weather tennis courts, junior classroom block, sports hall, and a brand new Science Centre comprising two state-of-the art Science Laboratories and new classrooms and changing rooms.

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Age Range: 190 boys aged 7–13 • 70 boys & girls aged 3–8
Address: Woolhampton, Reading, Berkshire
Postcode: RG7 5TD
Telephone: 0118 971 3302
Email: recruitment@elstreeschool.org.uk
Website: www.elstreeschool.org.uk

Elstree School