The Nursery Class and Pre-Prep is where the foundation of learning is laid and a lifelong thirst for knowledge initiated. Children can join us in The Nursery Class as soon as they turn three years old on a part-time or full-time basis.
Wycliffe Preparatory School takes pupils from the age of three years through to 13 years, giving them the best possible start to their academic life. Our Pre-Prep refers to children in Nursery to Year 2, ages three to seven years.
We are delighted to invite you to our Year 7 Open Evening taking place at our Prep School on Tuesday 7th June from 6:30pm – 7.30pm.
We host coaching and activity camps on Wycliffe schools grounds during the school holidays. There is a variety of activities on offer across the Spring, Summer and Autumn breaks.
Wycliffe’s outstanding results (A Level and BTEC) have seen their Year 13 pupils secure places at an extraordinarily varied range of University destinations.
With approximately 65 Boarders from Year 3 to Year 8, the Boarding Community at Wycliffe Prep is vibrant and busy with a genuine home-to-home feel.
International pupils can board at Wycliffe from Year 3 (age 7 onwards), and they become part of a friendly, family-environment joining about 60 other full-time boarders
Wycliffe is a UK day and boarding school with a genuine global outlook and an aim to educate all our pupils to have a global perspective.
For over 130 years, Wycliffe has supported the families and children of those serving in the British Armed Forces.
Our Admissions process is simple, streamlined and as quick as it can be, whilst still being robust, thorough and fair. We work on the basis that each application is highly individual and therefore we treat each one as such.
Open events are an opportunity for prospective families visiting the School to spend time with pupils, who act as tour guides at both the Prep and Senior School.
The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) is the body approved by the Department for Education for the purpose of inspecting schools belonging to Independent Schools Council (ISC) Associations and reporting on compliance with Independent School regulations.
‘Expectations & Standards’ booklet guides pupils both academically and pastorally as they make their way through the College.