Elstree is a co-educational Berkshire school
Becoming fully co-educational
It’s official. Elstree is a co-educational Berkshire school. The move to becoming fully co-educational this September has been a resounding success, with a total of 31 girls in the whole school, including 14 in the Prep.
After a well-attended Girl’s Discovery Morning earlier in the year, the cohort of pioneering girls in Years 3 to 6 are already positively contributing to Elstree’s fully co-educational status.
The Elstree Pre-Prep has been co-educational since it was founded 25 years ago: the only difference now is that girls, like boys, can continue their Elstree education from nursery up to the end of Year 8.
Co-educational day and boarding school
A variety of areas within the school have been redeveloped and refurbished to accommodate the girls, including a new girls’ dormitory ‘Finlay’ for girls’ boarding, affectionately named after a much-loved former School Nurse.
Girls’ sports and co-educational sports
Hockey is the main sport for girls this Autumn Term, with netball for Lent, and cricket, tennis, athletics and swimming in the Summer. They will also join the boys for cross country and some football.
Arrange a visit to Elstree
To arrange a visit to Elstree or to reserve a place for our next Girls’ Discovery Day, please contact our Registrar Tish Gauci on T: 01189 713 302 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.