We understand that adaptability, thinking critically and thinking for oneself are core life skills for the contemporary world.
100% Common Entrance success
We lay the foundations for academic excellence and an impressive number of Milbourne Lodge Alumni graduating from senior school go on to study at Oxbridge. We guide our pupils through the Pre-Prep department where the love of learning and desire to know more begins. Our curriculum prepares children for their next choice of school, having developed confidence and self-assurance from the early days in the Pre-Prep and Prep departments. As the pupils move into our Senior Years (Years 7 and 8) we offer French, Spanish, Drama, Greek and Latin alongside the other Common Entrance subjects. By the end of their time at Milbourne Lodge each child understands that there is a much greater depth to what they are studying and they are fully prepared to start their GCSE’s in Senior School.
Our pupils achieve academic excellence because they learn how to learn. This is a valuable lesson they will take with them and use throughout their lives. Preparing for Pre-Tests, Common Entrance and Scholarship is demanding; Milbourne Lodge pupils cope with this with aplomb.
If you want your child to achieve their potential, be inspired and empowered, creative and curious then our curriculum and approach will do just that.
We excel in preparing pupils for Pre-Testing that selective senior schools require. Our record of placing pupils at the top public schools in the country is outstanding.
Over 65 senior school places offered at Pre-Test in 2019
with two 13+ Academic Scholarships already
awarded for deferred entry at 13+
We regularly send pupils on to the following Independent Schools:
Our 2018 Leavers' Destinations included:
Charterhouse, Epsom College, Eton College, Hampton, Kings College Wimbledon, Kingston Grammar School, Lady Eleanor Holles, Reed’s, Royal Grammar School Guildford, St George’s Weybridge, St Johns Leatherhead, St Paul’s, Tonbridge, Trinity School, Wimbledon High School, Wycombe Abbey, The Yehudi Menuhin School