St Faith’s in Tatler Schools Guide 2019

This year’s Tatler Schools Guide has just been published. This is an independent guide which sends its editors to visit and select what they consider to be the best independent schools in the country.  We have no control of the editorial content, so naturally, we are pleased with their latest review, shown below:

If your child is destined for Silicon Valley, this is probably a good place to start. It’s a trailblazer of a school, where pupils study engineering from Year 3 and spend free time stargazing from the new multi-million-pound STEM hub.  Schools from across the country and beyond flock to learn about their innovative use of tech and computing.  St Faith’s has close links with the university and all the opportunities that comes with it and there’s no surprise that it’s heavily oversubscribed. There are plenty of academics’ offspring here, but others commute up to 25 miles. The scholarship haul is mighty: 29 last year, with a hefty cohort hopping across the road to The Leys (which shares the same Foundation). There’s heaps of acreage just minutes away and 14 sports teams reached the national finals in 2017. The breakfast club is a hit with busy working parents and families alike:’75 families join us each day’, says the school. ‘St Faith’s encapsulated everything we were looking for,’ says a mother.

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