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Rookwood Private School

Address: 35-39 Weyhill Rd, Andover SP10 3AL, United Kingdom

Description Rookwood Private School

  • Founded: 1934
  • Location: Andover, Hampshire, UK
  • Age of students: 2-16 years
  • Number of students: 330
  • Type of residence: residence
  • Training Type: Co-Learning
  • Language learning: English.

Rookwood School is a prestigious private school with many years of experience for students from 2-16 years old. The school strives to organize a balanced educational process with the necessary number of hours of academic preparation and ample opportunities in terms of manifestation in creative fields and sports.

The school was founded in 1934 as an educational institution for girls, but since 2003 the Rookwood School has become a joint school. A wide list of extracurricular activities and lectures of invited specialists are designed to broaden the mind of students.

The school is based on Christian values, respectfully treats representatives of any denominations and countries. Particular emphasis is placed on education: respect for adults, tolerant attitude towards others, maintaining self-esteem and the expectation of an appropriate attitude towards oneself are the main guidelines of the school in terms of personal development.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Rookwood Private School

Program name
from 7 940 £ / term

Preparation for school

  • Age of students: 4-6 years
  • Dates: September 1
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Cost: £ 3120 per semester.

At the preschool program, special emphasis is placed on the development of skills necessary for successful study at school, the ability to interact with different people. A qualified teaching staff surrounds each student with care and love, children receive the support they need at this stage - as a result, all students have the opportunity to gently adapt to the new environment, make friends and enjoy classes.

At school, students spend hours from 7:30 to 17:45: during this time they learn the basics of mathematics, literature, the outside world, and are engaged in creativity. Electives are organized for students - French lessons and a dance school.


Primary School

  • Age of students: 7-10 years.
  • Dates: September 1
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Cost: from £ 3,795 per semester.

Primary school is a rich and favorable environment for students, in which they immerse themselves in an exciting and fun learning process from the very first day. The main objective of the program is to best stimulate the development of the inherent abilities of each student thanks to the experienced composition of teachers and personal approach. Students receive a due amount of attention and support to achieve their goals.

The curriculum is harmoniously compiled and includes an educational load and extracurricular activities (a variety of trips, cultural events and much more).

from 9 340 £ / term

secondary school

  • Age of students: 11-16 years
  • Dates: September 1
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Cost: £ 4595 per semester.

The secondary school program at Rookwood School is distinguished by an attentive attitude towards students, their interests and desires. During the time spent in school, students achieve academic success, gain self-esteem and faith in their strength, learn social skills and have strong ethical values. The training schedule consists of compulsory and additional disciplines, as well as a wide list of extracurricular activities.

Accommodation, housing and food

The school owns two guesthouses located within walking distance of the school. One board is designed for 14 boys, the second - for 24 girls. These are small cozy residences in which students feel comfortable and never experience loneliness. Foreign students can live in a boarding house from 8 to 16 years old - in a safe environment, under the strict guidance of teachers and school staff, students quickly begin to feel this place as their second home.

Events Rookwood Private School

Sport is the most important part of schooling at Rookwood School: thanks to a wide list of sporting events, students will be able to master team and individual sports, through persistent training and concentration to develop personal qualities: confidence, ability to work in a team, strengthen willpower.

At school they believe that competitions and tournaments have a favorable effect on the personality. Sports should be competitive in nature, so a large number of tournaments against other schools, sports festivals + are organized at school time, at the school there is a community in athletics. Popular sports clubs at Rookwood School:

  • Badminton
  • Tennis
  • Cricket
  • Dancing
  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Athletics
  • Archery
  • Gymnastics
  • Lapta
  • Swimming
  • Squash
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Volleyball.

Art and creativity - a key moment in school development. The school offers ample opportunities for creative implementation: the creative sections operate under the guidance of highly qualified teachers and are designed not only to provide the necessary cultural education, but also to develop skills that are important for the life of any student.

  • School of Music
  • art
  • Theater Club
  • Discussion club
  • Debate
  • Computer Club
  • The photo.


  • Training in small classes
  • Emphasis on individual learning and personal development
  • Qualified teaching staff
  • All-round development
  • A large number of extracurricular activities
  • Friendly comfortable environment for foreign students.

Equipment Rookwood Private School

  • 2 school boarding houses
  • Computer classes
  • Playgrounds and courts
  • Pool
  • TV lounge
  • Laundry
  • Canteen
  • Sports complex.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees


Cost of education

Cost of living

Preparation for school (4-7 years)

£ 3120 per semester

Without the possibility of living in a hostel

Primary school (7-11 years old)


£ 3,795 per semester

£ 7,750 per semester

High School (11-16 years)

7-8 class

£ 4595 per semester


£ 8550 per semester


9-11 class

£ 5,200 per semester

£ 9155 per semester


Additional charge:

  • Registration fee
  • Tennis
  • Dancing
  • Music
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Individual academic support.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

  • School report card for the last 2-4 years
  • Completed school registration form
  • Letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics, class teacher
  • You may need to test for knowledge of mathematics, language and other subjects.
  • Interview with a school representative (in person or via Skype)
  • Student's personal achievements - certificates, awards in educational, sports, and creative areas
  • Medical certificate of the general health of the student, vaccination
  • Pupil's birth certificate.

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