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Like any family, we enjoy welcoming others to visit us, to discover more about us and to hopefully join our happy and thriving community.

Visiting the School

A visit to our School can take place either by making an appointment through the school office or by attending an Open Event – School in Action Days.

Appointments usually take place during the school day, Monday to Friday in term time, although an appointment can be arranged during the holidays on occasion. During the appointment you will meet our Head Master and tour the school meeting staff and children. If your child is of Nursery or Pre-Prep age you will also meet our Head of Pre-Prep.

Our ‘School in Action Days’ take place periodically throughout the school year and the dates are posted via our social media channels and on our website. Parents are very welcome to book a place by contacting the school office.

Please contact us via email or call 01884 252393 to arrange your visit or to ask any questions and we will be happy to help.

Taster Days

We are delighted for children to spend a taster day or taster session with us. This will provide the opportunity for your child or children to experience a typical day with pupils in their current year group. If there is a particular lesson that you would like them to experience, the day can be arranged to coincide with this. Your child will be paired with a ‘buddy’ who will guide them through the day.

Feedback is given at the end of the day to discuss how the day went from the school’s, the parents’ and your child’s perspective. Any additional questions will be answered and your child will be offered a place at this time.

Completing An Acceptance Form

To secure your child’s place an Acceptance Form is required to be completed and returned together with the Registration Fee and the Confirmation of Entry Deposit. We will then confirm your child’s place. During the term before your child’s entry they will be invited to spend some more time with us and information will be sent through to ease their transition into school.

Latest News

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Pupil Profile

Blundell’s pupil awarded scholarship to top American University.

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Why is music important?

Music ignites all areas of child development and skills, including intellectual, social, emotional and motor language. It enhances good concentration and develops listening skills so that the child can achieve academically in all areas of the curriculum.

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When Nature Meets Nurture: Outdoor Learning at Blundell’s Prep

The children cannot wait to put on their Wellington boots to get outside to ‘play’ each week, but what are the benefits of this ‘Forest School fad’?! Is there really any value in climbing trees, lighting fires and creating mud pies?! Where is the learning?!

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Food Technology – the most cross-curricular of all the subjects!

Ask any child at Blundell’s Prep what their favourite lesson is and invariably Food Technology is at the top of the rankings.

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Blundell’s Adventure, Leadership and Service Award (BALSA)

BALSA – is a programme that has been developed here over the years, and is one that continues to evolve, which really challenges our older children to them learn about themselves and discover the beauty in helping others.

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Why is Engineering an important part of the curriculum?

Engineering and understanding new technologies are key parts of modern life and so it follows that they should feature within the curriculum.

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One Day Event

Congratulations to all the equestrian riders that took part in the Blundell’s One Day Event (ODE) this year. The ODE is aimed at South West Schools teams and individuals.

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Tatler Schools Guide

‘Blundell’s is the archetypal all-rounder, and it certainly isn’t lacking in spirit.’ ‘Pupils feel supported and stimulated’

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