Address: 3 The Close, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 9LT
Number of Pupils: 240
Fees: (termly) £6,544 to £9,669
Head Teacher: Tim Butcher
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Entrance Procedure: Taster day at school that incorporates academic assessment plus reference from current school.
Contact: Emma Short, Registrar
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Visitors very welcome. Open mornings and events published on website. School tours by arrangement with Registrar.
School is exciting, learning is exciting. Pilgrims’ is a place of outstanding personalised learning and teaching. We take great care to ensure that the interests and specific talents of each boy are valued and developed across our broad curriculum, co-curriculum, and extra-curriculum.
Games & the Arts
A progressive approach to games; traditional sports are played daily. Winter games are football, rugby and hockey. In the summer, pupils can enjoy cricket and athletics. Art, drama and design & technology are much loved subjects. Music is an exceptional strength.
Our pastoral care is exemplary. Not only do we have a deputy head pastoral, a director of wellbeing and a lay chaplain, we also have heads of year, form teachers and vertical tutor groups looking after not just the academic but also the pastoral life of the boys. In addition, we have a team of boarding house parents, nurses and matrons working together to provide excellent care.
Winchester College, Eton, Radley, Canford, Sherborne, Bedales, Tonbridge, Marlborough, Magdalen College School: academic, music, art, sport.
The Pilgrims’ School is the perfect place for boys from reception to year 8 to learn and grow up – to find their passions and nurture them. All boys move onto their senior schools with confidence having made excellent progress academically and pastorally.
Pilgrims’ is a day and boarding school for boys age 4–13. It is a double choir school which produces outstanding academic results and provides pupils with exceptional pastoral care to keep them happy and healthy. It feeds top independent schools in the country, such as Winchester College, Eton, Tonbridge, Bradfield, Canford, Charterhouse and Sherborne. It’s unique position between Winchester Cathedral and Winchester College means it is steeped in its local history. Delicious food is cooked on-site using fresh and local ingredients.