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Prestfelde School

Recently judged by Ofsted and the Independent Schools Inspectorate to be outstanding in its educational provision, Prestfelde is set amidst 30 acres of beautiful grounds on the edge of Shrewsbury. Prestfelde has its own Chapel, Music School, Dining Hall, DT Department, Gym, Indoor Swimming Pool, Drama Studio, Library, ICT suite, and Art Department.

London Road
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY2 6NZ

+44 (0)1743 245400

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ISC associations: IAPS, AGBIS, ISBA

Religious affiliation: Church of England

Day/boarding type: Day and Weekly

Gender profile: Coeducational

Size: 288

Prestfelde School fees:

Boarding fees per term:
£6,260

Day fees per term:
£370 to £4,865

Scholarships & bursaries:
Available

ISC reference number:
68242

DfE reference number:
893 / 6008

Boys - age range & pupil numbers:

Day: 3 to 13 (192)

Boarding: 7 to 13 (2)

Girls - age range & pupil numbers:

Day: 3 to 13 (93)

Boarding: 7 to 13 (1)

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Additional Information

About the School

Set amidst 30 acres of beautiful grounds on the edge of Shrewsbury, Prestfelde is a co-educational preparatory school with nearly 300 pupils currently attending.

Prestfelde is a non-selective school with high academic standards. In the last few decades it has developed from being an all boys’ preparatory school to a co-educational school, which continues to encourage pupils to make the most of its art, CDT, music, drama and sporting facilities. There are two forms in every year group, and Prestfelde takes pupils from the age of three to 13.

Prestfelde benefits from its own Chapel, Music School, Dining Hall, Design and Technology Department, Gymnasium, Indoor Swimming Pool, Medical Centre, Drama Studio, Library, ICT suite, Art Department, two modern Science Laboratories, Changing Rooms and Boarding House.

SEND Provision

We offer to the whole school support and expertise to help resolve difficulties and promote positive solutions for pupils experiencing barriers to their learning.

In order to achieve this we employ a range of strategies including:

  • Early identification and assessment of individual needs
  • Designing and implementing individual learning programmes
  • Advising and working with colleagues (academic and pastoral)
  • Liaising with external agencies
  • Communicating with parents/carers
  • Involving pupils in decision making about their own learning

We are committed to equal opportunities and show regard in our work, policy and procedures to The New SEND Code of Practice 2014

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