Wickham Court School
Bromley, United Kingdom
About Wickham Court School
Wickham Court School is an all-through, co-educational, independent day school in West Wickham, Kent. It provides education from nursery through to sixth form, allowing pupils to remain in the school from 3 to 17.
Wickham Court School is based in a 15th-century manor house, where a total of 89 pupils are taught. The school was established in 2002 with nursery and primary provision; secondary provision was added in 2006. The school is located near Bromley and is a short distance from London. It was on this site that Henry VIII proposed to Anne Boleyn, and there has been a manor house here since at least the 11th century.
Values and vision
Wickham Court School imparts to its pupils a love of learning and a reverence for ideas. It is a place that nurtures the whole person and develops character as well as intellect.
The beautiful and historically rich manor house provides a perfect environment for learning. Fees are competitive, with the intention of bringing independent education within the grasp of more families.
“In the senior school, pupils develop levels of knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the wider range of abilities evident in the cohort. They are articulate and speak and write well in English and French, and in humanities subjects.”