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High March

High March

23 Ledborough Lane, Beaconsfield, HP9 2PZ, Buckinghamshire

01494 675186



High March
School type Girls' Day, Co-educational Nursery
Head of School Mrs Kate Gater
Date Appointed September 2019
Girls Age Range 3-11 years
Boys Age Range 3-4 years
Number of pupils 280
Day fees per annum £5,850 - £16,185
Average Class Size Max 20
Associations IAPS, ISC

Since our foundation in 1926, we at High March have treasured our core values of kindness, friendship and educational excellence. We are proud of our broad and inspiring curriculum and of our happy and vibrant spirit.

High March is a community in which everyone is welcomed, known and valued. We appreciate each girl's individual strengths, support her growth and encourage her ambition and are dedicated to helping every girl make outstanding progress, to grow in self-confidence and to develop the skills which will be the foundation of her future successes.

Our commitment to educational excellence is far-reaching and we embrace a love of learning in the broadest sense - academics, sport, music and the creative arts all have room to thrive at High March. Our academic results are impressive with an excellent pass rate in the Buckinghamshire 11+ Secondary Transfer Tests and in entrance examinations to a wide range of the best senior independent schools, both locally and further afield. Moreover, our girls are often successful in securing scholarship awards of every variety.

We ensure there is an abundance of opportunities throughout the school for girls to take part in sporting events, perform in dramatic and musical productions and exhibit their artistic endeavours. We love to sing together and our choirs perform regular concerts in our local community as well as participating in local and national choral competitions. Our annual public Art Exhibition is an extraordinary showcase of the girls' artistic talents and industry.

Outside the classroom, High March girls enjoy an extensive extracurricular programme incorporating activities as diverse as judo, ballet, triathlon, coding and knitting, not to mention fencing and Mandarin! There is also an inclusive after-school care facility from 8am until 5.30pm, which is a welcome boon for many parents.

We work in close partnership with parents to explore the many senior school options available and to help them choose the best next step for their daughter when she leaves High March at the end of Year Six. Above all, our aim is for High March girls to leave us as happy, assured, balanced and compassionate individuals ready for success in their chosen senior school and beyond.

We believe that High March is an exceptional preparatory day school for girls, and our girls believe it too - as does the Independent Schools Inspectorate! In our recent school inspection in June 2019, we were graded ‘excellent’ in every category, a testament to the outstanding teaching and care on offer at High March.

We would be delighted to welcome you in person, so do come along to an open event or arrange a personal tour to experience our 'special something' for yourself.