Sedbergh School has been placed in the top 15% of schools in the country for the value it adds to pupils’ performance at A level. Analysis shows that pupils gain one full grade more than the national average in each exam they take.
The purpose of schooling is to change children. It’s a simple proposition but perhaps contentious because there are two schools of thought on the role of a school.
Sedbergh riders represented their school at South view competition centre in the NSEA championship qualifiers.
Every week Sedberghians put their talents and reputation on the line. Our sportsmen and women test their teamwork, skills and fitness against the best in the country, our musicians perform in front of audiences of 600 and our artists present their work for comment and criticism.
This year 103 pupils sat their GCSE examinations, our biggest cohort ever, and the results were the best the school has seen.