Headmaster Paul Symes says: 'At the heart of the Aldwickbury community lies our belief that pastoral care should form the bedrock for academic success. Every boy is nurtured and encouraged to try their best, embrace challenge, be themselves and most importantly; be kind. Our ethos encourages the boys to have high aspirations and helps them to confidently make the transition to a wide range of senior schools.'
'We aim to equip all the boys with the skills to be happy and confident, build relationships with their peers and staff and develop strategies for coping with the challenges life presents.'
'The breadth of opportunities on offer at Aldwickbury is something we are incredibly proud of. The boys are challenged and engaged academically but also benefit from a wide-ranging co-curricular programme making full use of our extensive grounds and facilities. The school offers boys of all abilities a myriad of exciting opportunities to develop their confidence and unearth their talents and ignite their passion in the arts, STEM, on stage, in music and on the sports field. '
'The journey through the school prepares the boys to leave at 13 as 'good people' ready for the next stage of their education and for the challenges of the wider world.'
The school is a registered charity managed by a board of governors. Read more on the Charity Commission website.
The school was last inspected in May 2022. Read the inspection reports on the school's website.
Paul Symes became Headmaster of Aldwickbury School in September 2021.