Egerton Rothesay School
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
About Egerton Rothesay School
Egerton Rothesay School, located on the outskirts of Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, is an all-through, co-educational school for children aged 6 to 19. There are 175 pupils enrolled in total. The school’s modern buildings are surrounded by spacious grounds, with dedicated areas for one-to-one teaching, the junior school and specialist support teams.
Egerton Rothesay caters for children with a range of needs, from dyslexia and dyspraxia to autism and physical or mental needs.
Values and vision
Egerton Rothesay School was founded on Christian values. The school encourages pupils to learn about the religious community and Christian beliefs. All students are expected to attend assemblies and religious education lessons, as well as church services. Pupils are also encouraged to get involved and celebrate the milestones of the faith.
Teachers value each child for who they are and students are urged to show respect to their peers. The school aims to allow children to learn in a caring environment, with excellent teaching staff.
"The quality of the pupils’ academic and other achievements is good. Throughout the school, pupils encompassing a wide variety of SEND and individual requirements are successfully educated. The school amply fulfils its mission to transform the lives of young people who have struggled in a mainstream school. Pupils’ personal development is of a high standard. The pupils have great respect for the staff, and especially those whom they approach should a concern arise. Older pupils are confident, friendly and articulate, and ready to begin the next phase of their education.”