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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

The Burial at Thebes | by Seamus Heaney | Drama Production

Pupils from Middles and Removes tackle Heaney’s re-telling of Sophocles’ most famous Greek Tragedy Antigone. Directed by Miss Emma Denly this play will be performed in the round. Running time is 75 minutes with no interval...

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Haileybury’s International Summer School aims to immerse young people in the English language, through a variety of engaging academic and co-curricular activities.

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The spirit of TED travels the globe and lands at Haileybury

The spirit of TED travels the globe and lands at Haileybury

Last night, Big School was excitingly filled with pupils, parents and staff, after two of our Upper Sixth IB pupils, Luca & Freddie, organised a TEDxHaileybury event. All at Haileybury have been eagerly anticipating this event since the word got out about its imminent arrival and it was most definitely…

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Symbolism and Allegory: The simplification of Plato’s Cave

Symbolism and Allegory: The simplification of Plato’s Cave

Plato’s Cave, or as it’s also known, the Allegory of the Cave, is a philosophical concept that was introduced by Greek philosopher, Plato.  Presented as a Socratic dialogue between Glaucon, Plato’s brother, and Socrates, Plato’s Cave explores how education and the lack of it can manipulate and even restrict perspectives.

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Majestic performances from Dramatic Arts and Music end the year in style

Majestic performances from Dramatic Arts and Music end the year in style

The Dramatic Arts and Music pupils hosted an array of impressive events this Autumn Term. The range of performances brought in a brilliant end to the term and eased all involved into the spirit of Christmas with much excitement brewing for the festivities to come. “Music at Haileybury…

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