The New Hall School


The New Hall School

  • Location The school is located near the town of Chelmsford, which is located to the north-east of London, United Kingdom
  • Founded in 1642
  • Age 3-18 years
  • Type of school School board coeducation
  • The number of students in 1100
  • The share of foreign students 8%
  • Tuition Day School: £ 8,394- £ 16,749
  • Pension: £ 18,120- £ 25,713
  • Registration fee £ 100

Separate training at the age from 11 to 16 years allows students to be more focused, purposeful and perseverance, and in two high school, while preparing to surrender A-level, the guys back together. This structure allows students to school to show a very high academic results.

The New Hall School was founded in 1642 and today is one of the oldest Catholic schools in England. The school is located in a picturesque corner of England in this Tudor castle. The school is proud of the fact that it offers a complex, but at the same time, a balanced curriculum.

In addition to educational and residential buildings on the school grounds are 6 science labs, 3 computer centers, audio studio, a sports complex with an indoor swimming pool, a studio theater, art gallery, studio crafts,facilities for term paper writing, fields for football, basketball and other sports.

The New Hall School is known for high academic performance for all exact subjects, about 98% of high school graduates continue their education at universities.

Schedule is made individually, based on the interests and abilities of the child

Training program

The school day starts at 8:40 and lasts until 15.25 with breaks for lunch, walks and games. The compulsory curriculum includes English, mathematics, science, history, geography, art, technology, music, physical education, French language, information and telecommunication technologies. High school students may also choose classes in Latin or theatrical circle.

Extra-curricular activities

Sports: athletics, badminton, football, cricket, horse riding, golf, tennis, rounders, rugby, swimming

Music: Chamber Choir, Guitar Ensemble, club techno, oboe, piano, string ensemble, chorus girls, boys choir, brass band

Art: jazz dance, modern dance, drama, choreography

Craft: photography, ceramics, design and technology, art club


The guest house is located in four separate buildings:

  • Hawley House for girls aged 7-16 years;
  • Earle House for boys aged 7-16 years;
  • Dennett House for girls aged 16-18 years;
  • Campion House for boys aged 16-18 years.

Most students live in single rooms, but it is possible to share a room for two or even six children, which is very common among the youngest students.

Every house has a kitchen, a cozy living room, free internet access, a library and a video library with a large DVD-collection.

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