- Head Louise Martin
Stormont School is an independent all girls’ prep school with a happy, friendly, purposeful atmosphere – we are a Stormont family.
The bespoke curriculum and our unique approach is designed to provide the stepping stones for the best possible start to your daughter’s education journey. We nurture, encourage and challenge each child’s curiosity for learning and give them the foundation to be confident, successful and ambitious individuals.
Our pastoral care throughout the school is paramount to promote healthy and happy pupils in a positive nurturing environment. We combine traditional values with a modern and forward-looking approach to teaching and offer motivating, fun and inspiring lessons. Stormont girls enjoy the learning adventure, and they all make impressive progress in a variety of subjects and disciplines giving them the foundations on which to build their future at many prestigious senior schools. Our current Year 6 girls have achieved impressive offers of senior schools in private education and maintained schools. Each year our girls are awarded Scholarships for various disciplines and this year we are proud to announce that academic, sport and music Scholarships were awarded.
- Age range 4 - 11
- Day / Boarding Day
- Religious affiliation All Faiths
- Fees (per term) September 2022 - July 2023
- Pre-prep (Reception - Y2): £4,310 - £4,495 per term
- Prep (Y3 - Y6): £4,767 per term
- Find out more about fees >
Bursaries & Scholarships
Stormont School is a registered charity. The School is aware of its obligations under the Charities Act 2006 and seeks to adhere to the public benefit principles identified by the Charity Commission. This policy is reviewed every two years, or as necessary, to take into consideration the latest guidance from the Charity Commission and any other factors relevant to this policy.
Stormont School is a small school and does not benefit from the receipt of any endowment funds. The School therefore relies on the fees from parents to meet all its operating costs. The Board of Governors of Stormont School recognises that independent school fees are at levels that, despite the best endeavours of their parents, exclude children from families on low incomes in the local community. The Board of Governors is committed to broadening access to the School by offering, to eligible parents, means-tested financial support known as bursaries, towards the payment of school fees. However, due to the limited financial resources of the School, not all applications may be successful. The amount available for allocation will vary from year to year and consequently the School retains an absolute discretion as to the number of awards, if any, available each year.
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, the GSA is not responsible for inaccuracies.