St Neot's Road, Eversley, Hook, Hampshire RG27 0PN
10 reasons to choose St Neot's School
Main point of differentiation
With a Schoolsmith Score® of 86, St Neot’s School is the highest ranked school in the Hook area. It also offers the widest arts and sports programmes, and has a strong outdoor learning curriculum. (read the area review here)
St Neot’s School is an independent prep day school for boys and girls (60%/40%) between the ages of 2 and 13 years. It is a Church of England school, open to all faiths and none. The school has a non-selective admissions policy. It is a standalone prep school, not tied to any one senior school, but is part of the Lord Wandsworth College Family of Schools. St Neot’s School fees range from £4,483 (Rec) to £6,414 per term (2023/24).
Average class size
St Neot’s School has one class or two classes per year, and an average class size of 15 pupils.
Destinations for Year 8 St Neot’s School leavers are one of 35 different independent day and boarding schools. Lord Wandsworth College (25%), Bradfield College (10%), Wellington College (8%), Pangbourne College (8%) and Reddam House (5%) are the most popular. 40% of pupils win awards and scholarships. The school joined the Lord Wandsworth College Family of Schools in April 2021.
The St Neot's School curriculum
School curriculum is based on the National Curriculum and the ISEB Common Entrance curriculum with some additions and variations. It also includes PSHE, reasoning, philosophy, French, Spanish, Latin. In Years 7 and 8 the school teaches a more skills based curriculum, the Pre-Senior Baccalaureate, alongside some core ISEB curriculum subjects and/or senior school entrance curricula. The school offers each child a handful of extra-curricular academic activities or hobby clubs.
More on the curriculum
There are regular educational trips for all year groups, visiting speakers and residential trips and sleepovers from Year 2. Forest School to Year 2. From Year 3 there is a structured outdoor learning programme every week that includes the St Neot’s Outdoor Learning Award (bushcraft, adventure, leadership skills), first aid, mountain biking and orienteering.
Specialist teachers for sport, music, computing and languages throughout, for art and science from Year 3, and for most subjects from Year 5.
Sport at St Neot's School
School offers over 20 different sports through the year, through both the curriculum and an extensive extra-curriculum. Competitive teams in major sports from Year 3. In recent years the school has enjoyed national success in judo.
The Arts at St Neot's School
Art, music and drama are taught as discrete curricular subjects to all pupils. All pupils learn an instrument in class and two-thirds take extra-curricular instrument lessons from Year 3. Three choirs, orchestra and several instrument ensembles. Each pupil may participate in up to 10 different extra-curricular creative and performing arts clubs.
Wraparound care from 8.00am to 6.00pm.
Find another school near St Neot's School
Charles Kingsley’s Church of England Primary School (1 mile); Finchampstead Church of England Primary School (1.9 miles); Shinfield St Mary’s Church of England Junior School (4.2 miles).
Luckley House School (5.2 miles); Wellington College (5.6 miles); Reddam House Berkshire (6.3 miles).
Edgbarrow School (5.5 miles); Calthorpe Park School (6.2 miles); St Crispin’s School (6.5 miles).