Cottesmore School

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Cottesmore is a country boarding prep school for boys and girls in West Sussex, less than an hour from London.  We provide a train service to London Victoria Station, which is popular with London 'S.W.' families.    Cottesmore excels at 'modern' boarding. Its huge range of sports (33 at last count), hobbies and activities supplement a diverse academic curriculum. The drama, music and arts programmes are equally  purposeful and vibrant.    Cottesmore has been preparing children for major public schools since 1894 and continues to provide excellent preparation for senior boarding schools who share Cottesmore's belief in nurturing a rounded, dynamic individual.      "Quisque pro ingenio" is Cottesmore's unofficial motto: "Everyone has a talent". Cottesmore will find and nurture each child's talent and help the individual grow strong in the light of his or her own success. Cottesmore is a school where children are taught to have faith in their own ability in a caring, confidence-inspiring environment.

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Facts & Figures

Head
Tom Rogerson
Address
Buchan Hill, Pease Pottage, , England, RH11 9AU
Telephone
01293 520648
Residential
Boarding & Day
School Setting
Rural
Number of Boys
100
Number of Girls
50
Total
150
Age Range
Fee Range (Termly)
£5000 -£8000
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