Address: St Neot’s Preparatory School, Saint Neot’s Road, Eversley, Hook, RG27 0PN
Admissions Contact: email@example.com, +44 (0)118 9739650
Age Range: Boys & Girls aged 3 months to 13 years
Fees Per Year: £10,476 – £14,994
St Neot’s Preparatory School is a coeducational day school for children aged 3 months to 13 years.
It is located in the Hampshire village of Eversley, about 8 miles north east of Hook and 13 miles north east of Basingstoke. St Neot’s was founded in 1888, initially as a boys school in Berkshire.
Now accepting boys and girls, the school has been in Eversley since 1894 and sits in 70 acres of grounds. It teaches around 320 pupils.
The large amount of grounds at the school contains a wealth of good facilities including a cricket pitch, an all weather astroturf, football pitches, an indoor swimming pool, a gym-sports hall and a purpose built performing arts centre.
With the picturesque setting and large amount of woodland within the grounds, the school is sometimes used for wedding receptions and other functions at weekends.
In addition to the large Victorian house which contains the main prep school, the campus also contains separate buildings for the early years department and the pre-prep school, all of which are modern and very well equipped.
The admissions process for the pre-nursery and nursery simply requires the parents to come and have a tour and a short meeting/interview. Children moving on into the lower school normally receive their place automatically.
St Neot’s is non-selective so any external children transferring into the lower or main school are not required to sit an exam. However they will need to have an interview with the Head and provide references from their current school before a place is offered.
Further information on the admissions process and any available bursaries are available from the school via the contact details above.
Locations popular with parents of St Neots School pupils are: Hartley, Wintney, Odiham, North and South Warnborough, Upton Grey, Eversley, Finchampstead and Fleet