Founded in 1845, The Old Hall prides itself on being a progressive school, which also respects the traditions of all that is best in education; a community committed to the belief that every child has talents that need to be identified and developed.
Pupils are encouraged to develop a love of learning, to think for themselves and to aim high in setting their own personal goals. Achievement and individuality are recognised and celebrated in many ways both inside and outside the classroom; the children are also encouraged to celebrate each other’s achievements and accept disappointment with grace.
Pupils experience a genuine family ethos, which combines the very best of traditional and modern approaches; the kind of place in which you can be sure your child will be nurtured and challenged according to his or her individual needs.
All were delighted when the school’s high quality teaching and pastoral standards were judged as excellent during a fourday inspection in March 2016. In fact, ‘excellent’ was the inspectors’ judgement following rigorous examination of all aspects of The Old Hall.
The Old Hall is housed in spectacular modern premises, located alongside Wrekin College. It has first class facilities; a double sports hall, 25-metre indoor swimming pool, an all-weather playing surface and grass pitches offer an excellent sports and games environment, whilst specialist music and drama areas help promote high standards in the performing arts.
A suite of specialist learning support
rooms reflect the school's commitment to the needs of the individual.
There is a plethora of after-school clubs and activities as well as a breakfast club to accommodate the needs of busy working families. Trips and visits abound for all year groups. Every year The Old Hall has a 'trips week' during the summer term with Reception to Year 2 enjoying an adventure day, Years 3, 4 and 5 embarking on UK residential adventure trips and Year 6 spending the week in France.
For a flavour of how 'the old has never been so new' watch The Old Hall's film on the website. Open events take place in October and January each year but parents are more than welcome to visit at any time; call registrar Katy Phillips on 01952 223117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Age range: 4-11
Faith: CofE with all faiths welcome
Fees per term:
Year 1 and 2 £8,460
Years 3-6 £12,630
Head: Martin Scott