SEDBERGH SCHOOL VIRTUAL VISIT

Preparatory school

Casterton, Sedbergh Preparatory School is a co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 3 to 13, accepting boarders from 7 years old.

Click here for an overview of Sedbergh Preparatory School.

Senior school

Sedbergh School was established in 1525 and is a co-educational full boarding school for pupils aged 13 to 18 offering the GCSE and A level curriculum.

Click here for an overview of Sedbergh Senior School.

international summer school

Sedbergh International Summer School is for children aged between 8 and 17 and is an English and activites based programme which is fully accredited by the British Council.

Click here for an overview of the Summer School.

organising your virtual visit

We are delighted to be able to give our overseas parents the opportunity to explore Sedbergh School and Sedbergh Prep School via a virtual visit.

During the virtual visit, parents will have a personal presentation and Q&A session with the Headmaster and a representative from the Admissions team; additional appointments with Housesparents and Heads of Department can also be arranged. We are able to accommodate video calls via Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp, WeChat and Line.

In the meantime, you may watch a selection of our videos below.

If you have any questions please email:

If you would like to register for a 'Virtual Visit' please complete the form and a member of the Admissions team will be in touch.

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SEDBERGH PREP SCHOOL videos

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SEDBERGH SENIOR SCHOOL videos

SEDBERGH PREP SCHOOL NEWS

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28 Dales Later: No Possibility of a Walk

By Matthew Burns | March 18, 2021

Sedbergh School and Sedbergh Prep School recently featured on the popular podcast ’28 Dales Later’. The podcast is an exploration and celebration of Northern England, with each episode discovering landscapes, heritage, hidden corners, tall tales, yomping, poetry, song and places often overlooked, but full of intrigue and wonder. In this episode, Steven Wharton interviews Sedbergh…

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Mr Newman’s Friday E-ssembly: 05 March 2021

By Matthew Burns | March 5, 2021

Dear Parents No doubt you will be just as ready as me for the re-opening of School on Monday. I know staff feel just as ready to take the first steps back on a steady road to normality and teaching in-person once again. There was a lot of detail in last week’s Newsletter and so…

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Mr Newman’s Friday E-ssembly: 26 February 2021

By Matthew Burns | February 26, 2021

Dear Parents I am sure you will have shared my same sense of relief that children’s education has been prioritised in our release from lockdown and that we will be able to re-open for all age groups on 8th March. Right off the bat, can I please direct your attention to this letter, which contains…

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Statement from Principal

By Matthew Burns | February 23, 2021

Following the latest Government announcement, made on 22 February 2021, please click here to read a statement made by our Principal, Mr Andrew Fleck.

SEDBERGH SENIOR SCHOOL NEWS

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Sedbergh to host two Lancashire Cricket fixtures

By Matthew Burns | April 8, 2021

Sedbergh School will host a friendly fixture against Cumbria CCC on Tuesday 20 July, as well as the opening Royal London Cup game against Sussex on Friday 23 July. With restrictions lifted, subject to change from the UK Government, a bumper crowd is expected. Once the capacity has been confirmed following Government guidelines, information on…

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Fraser breaks course record in Morgan Run victory

By Matthew Burns | March 25, 2021

Year 12 pupil, Fraser, finished Lent Term in style by breaking a 28 year old course record on his way to winning the Morgan Run. The race is named after former Sedbergh School teacher Andrew Morgan, who taught here between 1948 – 1964. Morgan served during WWII on submarines and was awarded the Distinguished Service…

Sedbergh School groundsmen to the rescue at Queen’s Memorial Garden

By Matthew Burns | March 23, 2021

A Covid-secure “bubble” of Sedbergh School groundsmen saved the day by helping to plant Sedbergh Parish Council’s new arboretum just in the nick of time. With 12 large trees ready for delivery, coronavirus restrictions still in place and the end of the planting season fast approaching, parish councillors were worried they might not be able…

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28 Dales Later: No Possibility of a Walk

By Matthew Burns | March 18, 2021

Sedbergh School and Sedbergh Prep School recently featured on the popular podcast ’28 Dales Later’. The podcast is an exploration and celebration of Northern England, with each episode discovering landscapes, heritage, hidden corners, tall tales, yomping, poetry, song and places often overlooked, but full of intrigue and wonder. In this episode, Steven Wharton interviews Sedbergh…