Today, for our 700 pupils, we maintain our traditional values but with a very modern outlook. We understand how to build a love of learning and develop intellectual curiosity, to instill the values of teamwork and competition on the sports field and through adventure and to fire imaginations through music, art and drama.
We seek to foster a sense of personal responsibility, service to the community and leadership in every individual. In essence to help him to discover and develop the gifts which are already within him to their full potential. Our ambition is to inspire our boys not only to comprehend the world around them but also to go out to improve it.
Shortlisted for TES Award
We are delighted that Stamford School has been shortlisted for the TES Independent Schools Sports Award 2021.
Stamford has been recognised for outstanding sporting provision and sporting engagement, even through difficult times. Well done to all students and staff involved.Book a Visit Today
Stamford School Ethos
Stamford School has a strong reputation for success, from academic excellence to outstanding achievements in music, drama, sports and adventure. We foster, within our boys, a sense of personal responsibility, service to the community and leadership, underpinned by a pastoral ethos which places the well-being of the boys at the heart of all we do. A Stamford School boy is rounded and grounded.
Stamford School Learning
Your son’s experiences at Stamford School will promote a sense of intellectual curiosity and a love of learning which will remain with him throughout life. A broad curriculum coupled with innovative and enthusiastic teaching provides an environment in which young minds are stimulated and developed. Academic learning is enriched by a wide variety of educational visits and international exchanges. Our extensive co-curricular programme completes a well-rounded learning experience, giving our students the opportunity to develop their interests and abilities in an impressive range of activities.
Stamford School Pastoral
Our pastoral programme is given the highest priority, as we know that happy, cared-for children are most likely to thrive. There are many structures in place to ensure that the welfare of every child at our School is safeguarded and that their progress is monitored carefully. Form Tutors develop good relationships with each member of their set and are quickly able to identify problems. The house system mixes boys across the School, providing the younger boys with good role models and creating within the older boys a sense of responsibility. Student mentors support the younger boys and are willing to discuss any issues they might have.
Don't just take our word for it...
There is a good balance between the importance the school gives to academic achievement and the rounding that you get from doing other things.Stamford School Parent 2018