Senior school is an exciting time in the educational journey. It is a time of change, self-discovery and new challenges. Our students are creatively inspired, academically stretched and individually supported to fully explore and understand who they are and what they can achieve.
Visitors often comment that our School atmosphere is unique. We believe this comes from being an all-through school, Our character and school spirit is welcoming, familiar and refreshingly down-to-earth. With around 600 pupils from Years 7 to 13 in our Senior School, it is the ideal size; small enough that all pupils are known and valued as individuals, but large enough to offer fantastic facilities, a wide-ranging academic curriculum and extensive learning experiences and opportunities beyond the classroom.
Our campus truly reflects our ethos; a school of traditional foundations, but with our eyes set firmly on the future. In beautiful grounds sits the stunning Le Clerc building, positioned comfortably alongside our modern classrooms, sports facilities and dedicated performing arts buildings. It is an inspirational place to learn each day.
A wonderful school that provides so many great opportunities. Not just academically but in sport, drama, music and all the other extra-curricular activities on offer. The staff are fantastic and the pastoral care is great. Our children have gained so much more confidence since starting Lingfield but most importantly they are very happy.
A day in the life at Lingfield Senior School
Breakfast is available every morning. We serve a variety of hot food, pastries, smoothies and cereals. Having breakfast in the dining hall allows students to socialise with their friends in a relaxed environment.
Morning registration. Form time enables students to meet with their tutor and fellow students. Students are notified about events coming up in the week while also allowing them to prepare for the day ahead.
Morning lessons begin. Students study a variety of subjects, the core ones being Maths, Science & English. In these subjects students are spilt into sets so that they receive the appropriate level of challenge in a supportive environment.
Breaktime - after morning lessons students enjoy a break from the classroom, during which they are allowed to spend time with their friends in the fresh air. A selection of hot and cold snacks are available.
At lunchtime students make their way to the dining hall for a balanced and nutritious meal. There is a wide variety of options to choose from and students can enjoy a choice of hot food or a healthy alternative from our salad bar. During this extended period students take part in a range of co-curricular activities which include everything from hockey and Formula 1 Aerodynamics to knitting and film making and much more besides.
Afternoon lessons or games afternoon begins. There is an enviable range of sports to choose from with each year group being designated a sporting afternoon every week. Every student will have the opportunity to participate and compete in sports such as netball, hockey and cricket.
End of the School day. After-school clubs include study support groups, sports training clubs and music. Students are able to stay at School until 5pm to read or finish homework. Students are supervised in year group areas until 5pm. In the winter months (Nov until Feb half term) a free Shuttle Service runs from school to Lingfield Station at 16:55 each evening.
Meet the Staff
Our staff are enthusiastic and caring professionals, passionate about their subjects and dedicated to getting the very best out of every pupil. Hear from some of them below.
At Lingfield we are proud of our sporting reputation. I lead a strong team of sports teachers and coaches who are passionate about helping every single child reach their potential. I believe sport boosts self-esteem, fosters teamwork and helps develop social skills.Steve Casey - Assistant Head, Director of Sport & Co-Curricular
My years of teaching have taught me that every child can be remarkable. At Lingfield Prep we celebrate the strengths of our pupils and encourage them to excel. Our positive and creative approach leads to motivated and engaged children.Christina Hubbard - Director of Studies (Prep), Head of Senior School Scholars
We offer something for everyone musically. No matter what level or instrument a pupil plays, no matter what style or genre they may enjoy, there is a choir, band or ensemble for them to join to perform and be part of something and be creative.Sophie Brack - Director of Music
- Annual Sports Awards Dinner
Students celebrate an action packed year of sport at their annual Awards Dinner
- Lingfield Alumni collect their Gold Awards
18 Lingfield College Alumni collect their Gold Awards at Buckingham Palace
- Mental Health Awareness Week
Our 7th annual celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week. This year's theme was Altruism