Headmaster's News

Saturday 20th September

There are no fixtures (unusually) this afternoon.

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Friday 19th September

There is an "information" meeting for Yr 3 and 4 parents this afternoon at 4.30pm.

This evening's boarding activity is "Aussie Rules".

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Thursday 18th September

The swimming season starts today with a gala at Aysgarth (4pm start) for U9, U11 and U13 boys.

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Welcome to Terrington Hall School

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  • The Terrington Culture
  • Upcoming Events
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Terrington Hall Preparatory School endeavours to combine all of the best features of traditional education with a friendly, informal approach to the needs and interests of each individual child.

bBecause each pupil is important to us, no effort is spared to raise the self-confidence and aspirations of everyone so that our boys and girls can set out on the road to adulthood, fulfilling their potential academically, emotionally and physically.

This is a Christian school, but one which encourages the discussion of ideas from all denominations and faiths. I am extremely conscious of the financial commitment involved in sending a child to Terrington Hall and it is my continual objective to improve, step by step, the quality of education and the value for money we offer as we prepare your children, and mine, for the challenges of the future.

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Terrington children have a special charm: the School is renowned for providing a well-rounded education and there is a healthy balance between academic work, music, sport, and the arts.

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Terrington is a place where children flourish and we aim to provide each individual child with the opportunity to develop to the best of their potential.

Happy children succeed and we believe we provide the best possible environment, teaching and pastoral care to enable our pupils to be happily successful!

The primary aim of our Mission Statement is to provide all children, irrespective of race, religion, gender, background or academic ability, with the chance to be involved in a caring, supportive and challenging environment where their full potential may be realised. and to develop lively and enquiring minds together with a positive wish to learn, to question and to argue rationally. We believe education should be stimulating, ordered and yet enjoyable with the opportunity for self-expression

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Up-coming events

U9 Rugby vs Aysgarth (H)
24-09-2014 2:30 pm
Worksop Choral Day
25-09-2014 12:00 am
U13 A/B Hockey v Scarborough College (A)
27-09-2014 2:00 pm
1st/U11 Rugby vs Aysgarth (A)
27-09-2014 2:30 pm
U9 A/B Rugby vs Malsis and Sedbergh @ Sedbergh
01-10-2014 2:30 pm
1st/U11 Rugby v Barnard Castle (H)
01-10-2014 4:00 pm
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Term Dates

Nursery to Year 2 Parents' Evening
15-10-2014 3:30 pm
Junior School Harvest Festival
23-10-2014 2:30 pm
Half Term
24-10-2014 3:00 pm
10:45am Act of Remembrance
11-11-2014 10:45 am

Our Charity of the Year

The Encephalitis Society

Their objective is to support adults and children affected by Encephalitis, their families and carers by providing advice and information and working at a national and international level to improve services.

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