Stamford Endowed Schools
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
About Stamford Endowed Schools
The Schools are part of the great heritage of Stamford and a symbol of its vibrancy and evolution. The Schools have been established in Stamford since 1532, providing a first class education for children. Today the Schools remain interwoven with Stamford life, to which our students, teachers and parents contribute greatly. At Stamford we have one simple and overriding aim, that is to inspire our students and light fires within them.
The schools educate 1650 pupils at the co-educational Stamford Junior School for children aged 2-11, Stamford High School for girls aged 11-18, and Stamford School for boys aged 11-18. There is also a sixth form which teaches boys and girls together across the two senior schools. Stamfordians leave here poised for success in the real world - quietly confident, kind, positive, hardworking, unassuming and resilient. We are independent schools nurturing independent minds.
"I love the idea of preparing our kids from the school room to the boardroom in the 21st century, wherever that boardroom is in a rainforest in Brazil or as a CEO or working with a charity in India. Just as we have a big responsibility, so will they. I want them not just to be content to live in the world but to change it. Exciting!”
Principal, Will Phelan
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