Haileybury actually achieves what many boast about: a well-rounded education

The Good Schools Guide

A vibrant and busy school set in exquisite surroundings

The Good Schools Guide

Pupils have excellent moral and exceptional cultural awareness

Independent Schools Inspectorate

The school has an outstanding reputation for sport

The Good Schools Guide

Haileybury was ranked in the top three schools best for co-curricular activities category

The Good Schools Guide

Pupils achieve very high levels individually in a wide range of subjects and interests

Independent Schools Inspectorate

The quality of boarding, central to the school's ethos, is excellent

Independent Schools Inspectorate

Architecture - Connect Careers webinar

The second of this term’s featured careers themes is for those interested in the more artistic world of  design. Our webinar will include young alumni carving out a career in architecture. Look out for the...

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Haileybury pupils storm into the ESU regional finals

Haileybury pupils storm into the ESU regional finals

A team of three Haileybury pupils have successfully qualified for the regional finals in the English Speaking Union (ESU) competition. During the public speaking competition, pupils go head to head with other schools, in a bid to be crowned the winners at the final held in Cambridge. Middles pupil Martha…

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Past and present; a brief history of Haileybury in Country Life magazine

Past and present; a brief history of Haileybury in Country Life magazine

Haileybury has been featured in this week’s issue of Country Life Magazine. Driven by Governor Tim Page-Ratcliff and Director of Learning and Research Toby Parker, the article provides an in-depth insight into the history of the School, grounds and how the site became a place that many of us know…

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From House Olympics to Strava challenges, pupils continue to thrive in sports

From House Olympics to Strava challenges, pupils continue to thrive in sports

As we went into lock-down, pupils have been continuing their sports lessons online, through Google Classroom and live Zoom practical sessions. Although they are currently working remotely, it has been important that they remain active and continue to develop their sports skills. From pupils running over 1300km, to virtual House…

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