Ardngly Pre-Prep

Ardngly Prep

Ardingly College
Ardingly Society
Co-educational boarding
and day school for boys
and girls aged 2 ½ to 18

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Welcome to Ardingly College

Ardingly College is an independent co-educational boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 2-18 located in the south east of England. Situated in beautiful West Sussex countryside between London and Brighton, the College is 12 miles south of London Gatwick airport, 35 miles from London Heathrow and convenient for Surrey, Hampshire and Kent.

The 230 acre campus is home to The Farmhouse Pre-Preparatory School (ages 4 -7) including a Nursery School from 2½, The Preparatory School (ages 7-13) and The Senior School (13-18). The Sixth Form offers a choice of A Levels and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses.

The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) has praised Ardingly College as highly successful, with excellent leadership and some exceptionally high achieving pupils.The ISI inspection report is characterised by the words, “excellent,” “outstanding,” and “exceptional.”

Click here to view ISI Inspection Report for the Senior School

Click here to view ISI Inspection Report for the Prep School

Ardingly College, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH17 6SQ

Ardingly College is a Limited Company Registered in the UK, No. 3779971 and a Registered Charity No. 1076456 The College is also Member of the Woodard Corporation
Latest News

Timeline Volume 3

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We are now in Regional semi-finals of the National U16 Cup. One game from Nationals!

Portsmouth Grammar travelled to Ardingly on Thursday ...
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Ardingly enjoy ISFA Cup success!

Ardingly's 1st XI won through to the ...
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Hockey qualify for the regional quarter finals of the National U16 Cup

The U16 hockey team travelled to Epsom ...
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Ardingly College wins 'Top IB School' Award

We are delighted to have been placed ...
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