Welcome to Haileybury
Open Day LocationsAlban’s House (girls)
Allenby House (girls)
Bartle Frere House (boys)
Batten House (boys)
Colvin House (girls)
Dining Hall and Grubber
Edmonstone House (boys)
The Form Room Block
Hailey House (girls)
Highfield House (Years 7 and 8 Boarding House)
Kipling House (boys)
Melvill House (girls)
Science, Maths and Technology
Sixth Form Centre
Sports Hall, Swimming Pool and Munn Astros
Thomason House (boys)
Trevelyan House (boys)
XX Acre Pitches
Sign in and collect an open day programme. Children can pick up their own Haileybury passport to collect stamps whilst on their travels around the campus.
The Master, Mr Martin Collier will welcome you with the Heads of School before your pupil-led tour of Haileybury.
One of our pupil tour guides will be allocated to you to guide you around our beautiful campus. There will be the opportunity to join a wide range of exciting interactive activities, view co-curricular activities, meet Heads of Department, talk to current pupils and visit one of our Boarding Houses. Visitors considering entry into Lower School (years 7 & 8) will view Russell Dore and Highfield House.
The following information points and staff will be available in Big School after your tour:
Haileybury Parents Association
Wellbeing & Pastoral
Haileybury offers a world of opportunity for talented girls and boys who wish to contribute fully to our happy and purposeful community. We are academically selective and we expect our pupils to achieve excellent results in public examinations. Most of our pupils take up places at the best universities in the UK and around the world. In addition to providing intellectual rigour and challenge, we provide a holistic education that balances academic achievement with the development of character, resilience and leadership.
With my responsibility for day-to-day running of the School I work closely with the three Deputy Heads to ensure the pupils have the very best experience both inside and outside the classroom. In addition I am responsible for the long-term, whole-school sustainability strategy, which is now a major strategic focus.
We have an experienced pastoral and wellbeing team who provide round-the-clock support and care to all our pupils. The Housemasters, Housemistresses, Chaplain, tutor teams and matrons are on hand to listen to our pupils and provide practical support and advice when needed. Pupil wellbeing is of paramount importance. We have a dedicated team who promote positive mental health across the school and provide our pupils with excellent support.
Deputy Head (Safeguarding and Wellbeing)
From canoeing at Olympic Park and running the UK’s largest Model United Nations programme to mountain biking, bee-keeping and dance, there really is something for everyone. The Co-curricular programme – with more than 130 activities – broadens minds, develops leadership skills and promotes teamwork.
Deputy Head (Co-curricular)