Our key strengths and structure
A holistic education that sees every learner as an individual
Small class sizes (Maximum 22)
Extensive outdoor education programme
Stimulating, dynamic and supportive teachers
Consistently high academic achievement
Established partnerships with leading universities
Exceptionally high moral values
A true ‘Family School’
There has been an excellent Nursery at Scarisbrick Hall for several years. We are pleased to bring Beautiful Beginnings under our wing.
Fully compliant and with an excellent staff roster, our Nursery enjoys the full use of our 50 acre woodland setting.
Pre-School is becoming more and more important both for children and their busy parents. This is the perfect introduction to life at Scarisbrick Hall School, with the ideal balance between work and play.
As well as sports and arts provision, the First School has an extensive set of co-curricular activities on offer that foster a spirit of exploration. These range from Forest School to African drumming.
One of the strongest elements of Scarisbrick Hall School is nurturing talent and ability in our pupils. We recognise that when a pupil excels in an area, they need stretching and encouraging to thrive. More able pupil programmes are in place across the whole school an in all subject areas. These range from talented mathematicians sitting their GCSE in Year 7 to specialist national coaching for arts and sports.
As well as sports and arts provision, the College has an extensive set of co-curricular activities on offer that foster a spirit of exploration. These range from international expeditions to site based societies such as: law, engineering, medsoc, philosophy, poetry and many more.
At Scarisbrick Hall School we have a passion to make sure that every pupil becomes all that they can be.
Sixth Form students also have access to a range of leading academics and professionals through the Great Hall Lecture Series and our unique links with Universities.