Hurst Lodge School
Catchment Area, Reviews and Key Information

Primary & Secondary
Post 16
4 - 19
Other independent school

How Does The School Perform?

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GCSE Grade 5 (strong pass) or above in both English and maths

Secondary Data
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A level average point score
Average A level result
Boarding Type
Scholarship Status
Day Fees Per Term
Pupils with SEN support

Preparatory school

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Hurst Lodge School
Yateley Hall
Firgrove Road
GU46 6HJ
01252 227002

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School Description

There is no such thing as a typical Hurst Lodge student. Hurst Lodge is a non-selective, Independent School taking boys and girls from four to nineteen offering exceptional and diverse teaching to support children and make their time at school happy and productive. Children will have their curiosity stimulated and encouraged as they take every opportunity to learn and reach their intellectual potential. The school aims to create an environment that stimulates them to flourish, stretch themselves and dream on the start of a life-long journey to success. At Hurst Lodge your child has the space and the time to explore, experiment and test themselves to reveal their unique talents. Hurst Lodge wants to create independent thinkers, who will go out into the world of work as responsible confident citizens, leaders and team players. They want their pupils to be able to make decisions and take the right risks so that they can help make the world a better place.

Hurst Lodge School Parent Reviews

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“Fantastic school”

What a lovely school, both my boys attend and they absolutely love it. Kind and supportive staff, couldn’t recommend enough!
“Excellent School”

My daughters attend Hawleyhurst and have completed their first year this summer. They have really flourished at school improving their academics as well as their physicality. They love school now (didn’t at their previous one) and are treated as individuals being taught with passion and understanding of who they are. Being pushed in their strengths and shown encouragement and and massive improvements in their weaknesses through positive learning and an ethos that they can do it. Who wouldn’t love the varied timetable they offer. This in my opinion makes for a well rounded child. When your child is happy they learn and absorb more. We love Hawleyhurst
“Excellent school”

This school has been excellent. My daughter started as a shy student but is now a confident independent learner. The school treats the children as individuals and puts their best interest first.
“Brilliant school for acedemics as well as arts and sport!”

I attend HawleyHurst, I was a former student at Hawley Place. The merge has really made changes but they are definitely for the good! I am in KS4 and love the school so much that now I am on half-term I miss being able to attend such a brilliant school.
“So far, excellent school!”

Our son has just finished his first half term at HawleyHurst in year 6 and we've seen a transformation in both his confidence and academic progress. Picking the right school for your child is hard but do your own research, choose based on how the school's ethos, aims teaching methods fit your requirements rather than anyone's opinion if they don't have a student there currently. For us we are so very glad we made the decision to come here and believe HawleyHurst has a bright future which our son is delighted to be part of.
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News, Photos and Open Days from Hurst Lodge School

Last update: 01 February 2024


The only real way to get the true feeling of what an education at Hurst  Lodge School is like is to come and visit us

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Hurst Lodge School is a small independent Early Years, School and Sixth Form for boys and girls ages 3-19. Our school is located in 16 acres of beautiful woodland on the border of Surrey and Hampshire.

Hurst Lodge School aims to educate students to become responsible citizens, respect their surroundings and tread lightly on the Earth. We aim for children to become successful independent learners, and gain pleasure from their environment whilst contributing to the school and wider community as well as promoting personal growth and development thus achieving personal goals and broadening their life chances and enriching their quality of life.

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To provide an holistic approach to education and to place learning, creativity and the building of self-worth at the centre of the school’s life. Our secure and purposeful environment enables pupils to develop mentally and physically as far as they are able with the pursuit of excellence in intellectual, physical and cultural activities being the end goal.

The school provides a broad and balanced academic curriculum enhanced by an aesthetic and creative program of study. The school aims to educate students to become responsible citizens, respect their surroundings and tread lightly on the Earth.

We aim to provide a friendly, family atmosphere, conducive to learning, where courtesy, kindness and consideration for others are fostered in all pupils.

We aim for children to become successful learners, and gain pleasure from their environment whilst contributing to the school and wider community as well as achieving personal goals.

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Hurst Lodge School Catchment Area Map

This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.