Clifton College - The Preparatory School
Bristol, City of, United Kingdom
About Clifton College - The Preparatory School
Clifton College Preparatory School (known locally as 'The Pre') is the region’s largest boarding and day preparatory school for 400 girls and boys aged 8 to 13.
Bristol businessman Dr John Percival, who championed the benefits of science, diversity and the education of women, founded Clifton College in 1862. The college has since fostered the talents of students including General Douglas Haig and Olympic hockey gold medallist Lily Owsley. The NSPCC had its first meeting on the school’s grounds.
Mr John Milne
Values and Vision
Clifton College Preparatory School strives to produce pupils who are the best versions of themselves. The school targets five core values to create an environment that strengthens each individual pupils’ skills. These are: intellectual agility, social confidence, leadership and teamwork skills, sense of adventure and integrity.
Clifton College places emphasis on academic subjects but aims to foster every individuals’ talents. Its curriculum also devotes time to drama, dance, design and technology, music and philosophy. Sports, in particular, are an integral part of attending Clifton College, from netball and rugby to sailing and hockey.
For full details of the School, please visit www.cliftoncollege.com