After Lyndhurst

Boys from Lyndhurst House can be prepared for entry to any senior School in the country at thirteen plus.

The Headmaster is pleased to provide advice and guidance on all aspects of transfer to Senior Schools, and the best choice of destination.

The details of recent leavers’ destinations are given below.

The process of preparation for Senior School exams is important and involves aiming at high academic standards. Nevertheless, the School continues to ensure a full and proper education during this time, as is right for the boys and as expected by Senior Schools. High standards and good results come hand-in-hand with a continuing involvement in all aspects of School life. This is vital for the boys, for their preparation for the Senior School and for their happiness and well-being.

 

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Total
Aldenham 2         3 1 2 8
American School London       1     1
Ampleforth 1           1
Bryanston 1   1       2
Charterhouse         1   1
City of London   1 2     2 4 3 12
Clifton 1           1
Eton   1         1
Haileybury   1         1 1 3
Haberdashers’ Aske’s           1 1 2
Harrow   1 1   1 1 4
Highgate     1   1   2 4
Immanuel   1 1   1   3
JFS           1 1
John Lyon         1   1
King Edward's Bath 1 1
The Leys Cambridge         1   1
Merchant Taylors’ 2 1   1 1 2 1 8
Merchiston Castle 1 1
Mill Hill 2 4 2 3 7 1 9 2 7 4 41
Northbridge House, Canonbury           1 1 3 5
Northbridge House, Hampstead 1         1 2
North London International   1         1
Oakham 1 1
Portland Place     1       1
Repton 1           1
St Albans 1 1 2
St Columba’s 1           1
St Edward's Oxford 1 1 2
St George’s Harpenden     2       2
St Paul’s 1       2 1 2 6
Sawston Village         1   1
Stowe       1     1
Tanglin Trust Singapore           1 1
Teddington School 1 1
UCS 2     1   1 1 2 1 8
Westminster 2 2 1   1 2 1 1 1 11
Wetherby 1 1 2 4
William Ellis 1 1

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Fundraising for the NSPCC

Many of our boys have spent the last month working hard to raise money for the NSPCC by taking part in a sponsored skipping challenge and we are very happy to announce that these efforts have raised an amazing £3,213!  Well done and thank you to all who have been involved.  For more information and photos please check out our Twitter feed! 

Feb 15th, 2019

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