St Hugh's School, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

St Hugh's School, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

St Hugh's School, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

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St. Hugh's is a preparatory school near Faringdon in Oxfordshire. The school is co-educational, day and boarding, offering both weekly and flexi-boarding, and has 280 pupils aged 4 to 13 years.

St Hugh's was founded in Kent in 1906. It moved in 1945 to Carswell Manor, a fine Jacobean country house with extensive grounds and playing fields and excellent, modern educational facilities. The school sends pupils to Marlborough, St Edward's, Rugby, Radley, Abingdon, Oundle, Cheltenham, Malvern College, Stowe, St Helen's & St Katharine's and many other public schools. Over the last five years, 50 scholarships have been won.

The school bears the name of Hugh of Avalon, Bishop of Lincoln from 1181 to 1200. It is a member of the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools and is administered as a charitable educational trust by a board of governors. For many years St. Hugh's was solely a boys' full boarding school but since 1977 it has been co-educational.

Among its more famous old boys are John Bryan Ward-Perkins. The current headmaster is Mr Andrew Nott.


There are four houses, whose names refer to the four different locations of the school during the last hundred years:
  • Bickley - Blue
  • Malvern - Red
  • Carswell - Yellow
  • Chislehurst - Green


St. Hugh's coaches three main sports for boys and girls during the year and other sports are taught during P.E.
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