Lancing College - Senior & Sixth Form
West Sussex, United Kingdom
About Lancing College - Senior & Sixth Form
Lancing College is a mixed, non-selective, Church of England independent all-through school with sixth form and boarding in West Sussex, serving students from the age of 3-18. The all-through school, situated in Lancing has approximately 528 students on record.
Lancing College was founded in 1848 by Reverend Nathaniel Woodward. It was the first school belonging to the Woodward Corporation. The school is spread across over 500 acres of the South Downs. It has a chapel, which plays a significant role in daily school life and holds status as a Sussex landmark.
Dominic Oliver MPhil Oxon
Values and vision
Lancing College holds strong Christian values and nurtures students to be considerate and tolerant towards each other, while at the same time providing a safe, welcoming and supportive learning environment for them to grow and develop in as individuals. The school works to prepare students for later life so that they have the attitude, skills and experience to thrive in a modern and ever changing world. It is important that students are guided throughout their education and reach their full potential. Children are encouraged to contribute to the community as active citizens, along with taking part in extra-curricular activities to further their skills outside the classroom and gain in confidence. These include sports clubs, volunteering opportunities and the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Independent Schools Inspectorate
“Throughout the school, pupils of all abilities and needs are most successful in their learning and personal development. The school amply fulfils its aims and the Christian ethos is very strong. Pupils enjoy a particularly rich educational experience which fully prepares them for life after school and at university.”