Halliford School is a selective independent school for boys (co-educational in the sixth form) located in Lower Halliford, Shepperton. It’s a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC).
The school building is at Georgian House set in 6 acres near the River Thames and was once home to Emma Hart (later Emma, Lady Hamilton).
The school significantly expanded in 2000 with a professional theatre, separate dining hall, an arts and technology building, a sports hall, a separate gymnasium and a climbing wall added to its premises.
The school prides itself on providing a thriving, happy and aspirational community for its pupils. The ethos centres on strong family values as well as the values of being academically ambitious but at the same time sensitive to students’ needs. Halliford’s outstanding pastoral care is complemented by first-class sporting, cultural and extra-curricular opportunities.
The balanced and wide-ranging curricular programme includes English, French and/or German or Spanish, mathematics, Latin/classical civilisation, biology, chemistry, physics, history, geography, art, drama, music, design and technology, computing science, religious studies and physical education.
The variety of co-curricular activities provides an opportunity for pupils to develop life-long interests, lasting friendships, as well as new skills that will help them grow in confidence.
Halliford’s community is endorsed by a supportive group of parents who arrange various fundraising events for the school. The strong bond is further maintained within the scope of the school’s many policies. Halliford School continually invests in the quality of the teaching and pastoral care provided to students.
Halliford School is aligned with an Anti-bullying policy, a Mental Health policy, a Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation policy, a Well-being and an Equal Opportunities policy.
The school’s profound approach towards providing the best learning experience to its pupils corresponds strongly with its motto Via firma ad firmiora (A firm path to firmer things).
Address: Halliford School Russell Road, Shepperton Middlesex, TW17 9HX
Admissions info: [email protected] or 01932 234921
School Type: Independent day school for boys
Number of Students: 400 (approx.)
Open day: February
11+ Exam Date: January
11+ Exam Type / Board: School’s own
The Open Morning is set in February. It offers a fantastic opportunity to see the school via a pupil-guided tour, speech from the Headmaster and a taste of the Hallifordian life.
All departments are open to welcome visitors and the Headmaster, along with Senior, Academic and Sports staff, will be available to answer any of your questions during refreshments.
Places are offered in accordance with the following criteria: good results from the interview with the Headmaster or Deputy Head, a positive reference from the candidate’s current school and a satisfactory pass in the entrance examinations.
Parental commitment to the school and its ethos is also an important factor in the admission process.
The entrance examinations consist of papers in English, mathematics, Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning.
Your child will sit 11+ examinations in January. They comprise maths, English, Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning papers.
The English paper has two parts, comprehension and composition. The mathematics paper is aligned with the National Curriculum Level 4 and tests problem-solving abilities and arithmetic skills.
The Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning papers are standard format. Verbal Reasoning is primarily designed to test and assess pupils’ logical thinking, use of English language and vocabulary. Non-Verbal Reasoning paper is designed to test the ability to understand, interpret and problem-solve, testing logic and intelligence rather than knowledge.
Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the Halliford School 11+ entrance examinations.
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