St. Andrew's School is a co-educational family Prep school in Woking, Surrey, where children are able to thrive in a nurturing and caring environment. The positive relationships between the children and staff affords us the opportunity to truly understand the needs of each child and support them fully throughout their educational journey. Through a broad and dynamic curriculum, we aim to prepare the children for the ch...
Scholarships awarded in Y8 in last three years
Pupils in Y3-8 who have individual music lessons in school
Acres of grounds within a quiet residential area
Hours of Sporting activities a week
For pupils, parents and teachers alike, this has been both an exceptionally challenging experience but also one in which we have all had to grow and adapt. Whilst you will have heard it from many already, the effort made by all the teaching staff to adapt to the situation and to bring the virtual schooling environment to life has been wonderful to watch. We are sure many parents would agree that we have got to know you all that bit better as both teachers and as individuals too, which only adds to the respect we have for the staff at St Andrews!
Children (in the EYFS setting) are happy, active and investigative learners who make rapid progress in relation to their starting points, abilities and needs.
We are particularly grateful that you convinced us that year 7 and 8 would be right for our child - you were absolutely right and we are so proud of the person that they have become...
Of course the best memory about St. Andrew's will be the feeling that you belong.
Just a final reminder that we are entering two teams in the annual Rotary Club Swimathon taking place this Sunday 2nd October at Pool in the Park. A big thank you to our children and parents who have volunteered to represent St. Andrew's and raise funds for local charities. Please donate here and reference St. Andrew's so that our teams can see your support: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/wokingswimathon
Year 5 enjoyed seeing the other side of Victorian Britain at the Spike Heritage Centre. They viewed sleeping dwellings, discussed jobs and decided they would have come back to Britain had they been deported to Australia in the 1800s! #immersivehistory #developingpotentialforlife https://t.co/2qcazIrElE