Concord is a very special place where young people can flourish, find confidence and a sense of self-worth whilst achieving the very highest academic standards. Parents can also be assured that Concord's secure and beautiful rural campus is a safe and healthy place for any child to grow.
If you have a chance to visit, you will see a lot of smiling faces.
Academically, the results speak for themselves. Concord is annually ranked highly in UK school league tables. But it is perhaps even more impressive that The Good Schools Guide has recently described this wonderful school as ‘near perfect’, ‘in a league of its own’ and ‘where the next generation of global high flyers is being nurtured’.
Not only do Concord students produce astonishing GCSE and A-Level performances, but they also go on to attend top universities in the UK and around the world.
In 2017 the top university destinations of Concord leavers were Oxford and Cambridge (21 students), Imperial College of London (20), The London School of Economics (18) and University College London (35).
The academic grades required for university entry are certainly the 'passport' that students need to move on to the next stage of their academic lives.
But the real art of education is to develop the confidence and self-worth of the young person holding the 'passport' that grades provide.
The comprehensive enrichment programme at Concord enables students to try new things; encourage a positive perception by students of life, raising their aspirations and increasing their motivation and confidence, ad develops the knowledge, skills and personal qualities that prepare them for adulthood, university and employment.
One of the great strengths of the college is its sense of community. Concord's ethos is based on looking beyond differences and bringing people together by sharing common bonds. Students value learning, respect each other and appreciate the sills and expertise of their teachers. Students also find that the college is small enough to fell it is their home from home and make friendships that can last a lifetime.
Age range: 13-19
Fees per annum: £37,800
Head: Mr Neil Hawkins MA
Acton Burnell Hall,
Normal office hours are 8.45 am to 4.45 pm Monday to Friday.
You will have the opportunity of leaving a mailbox message if you telephone and the person to whom you wish to speak is unavailable.