School Data


Gender Mixed
Age 3 - 13
Type Boarding Day School Weekly Boarding
Size 270
Bursaries Available

Please do ask about CEA funding and bursaries which we make available on a means tested basis.

Mr Chris Ward B.Ed. (Hons)

Open Days & Events

We hold two Experience Days a year, where you and your child can get involved in real lessons and activities with the other children at the school. You can also contact us for a private tour if you prefer.

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Scholarships & Bursaries

Please do ask about CEA funding and bursaries which we make available on a means tested basis.

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Contact Details

West Hill Park School

St Margarets Lane, Titchfield, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 4BS

West Hill Park School

St Margarets Lane, Titchfield, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 4BS

West Hill Park School is a co-educational prep school for pupils aged 3-13, conveniently located in a beautiful rural setting on the South Coast between Portsmouth and Southampton. Celebrating our centenary year in 2020, we pride ourselves on the great diversity of opportunity we offer our children in and out of the classroom.

Head’s Welcome

Making decisions that are in the best interests of every child underpins all that we do at West Hill Park; we pride ourselves in empathy with them, teaching tailored to their individual needs, while understanding and encouraging their aspirations.  A happy child who feels respected, has a sense of belonging and is valued will flourish and achieve their potential.

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Ambition

Pupils thrive in the diversity of opportunity we offer. Be it in the science lab, learning an instrument, a new artistic creation, performing in the latest stage production, forest school adventures, or on the sports pitch, every child can find the success that builds vital confidence. We value effort, kindness and positive attitude above all, and in this setting a child is unafraid to take risks to fulfil their potential.

Kindness

Respect, caring and empathy are critical to a happy school community and absolutely key to our core pillars of learning and behaviour. Every aspect of a culture that creates a contented study environment for the child must be based on a generosity of spirit that is highly valued by the peer group. These close and supportive interpersonal relationships are encouraged through activities that complement our study and developmental objectives.

Resilience

Thriving when challenged, and flexibility in a changing environment, are key skills in life. As our pupils progress, there will always be bumps in the road, and our aim is to guide them on this journey.  The inevitable misstep elicits a sympathetic response, enabling them to react positively and constructively.  Mistakes are an opportunity for growth, and we create an environment where the children feel safe to take a risk.

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