Aldwickbury recently partnered with Natasha Devon to deliver a Keynote Speech on Boys' Mental Health. Discover more in our guest blog.
News and Events
We are excited to announce the appointment of Paul Symes, who will be assuming the role of Aldwickbury Headmaster from September 2021.
The new academic year is fast approaching. Take a look at our tips for helping your children prepare for the new school year.
It's important to wind down over the summer to fully enjoy the time off. Take a look at our handy tips to keep your children entertained for the remainder of the holidays.
We are so grateful to everyone who has persevered throughout this journey with us. Here are some of our proudest and most memorable moments from lockdown!
When asked to think of a teacher who inspired him Steve Lott, our Director of Studies, was compelled to do more than a simple poster.
At Aldwickbury, we aim to foster a love of books and reading in all our boys. Find out what activities we have planned for World Book Day 2018.
In just 4 short years, young children have already gained an incredible number of skills. From big milestones like learning to walk and talk, to developing their own social world and becoming increasingly independent, your 4-year-old already has an impressive range of physical, social and cognitive skills under their belt.
Whether your child is a reluctant athlete or a budding sports star, taking part in a wide variety of sporting activities brings a host of benefits that’ll last a lifetime.
Reading is an essential skill. Find out why it’s the reading that’s done outside of school that can really make a difference to children’s development.