Family of schools
The schools are fully independent and owe their existence to William Jones, a liveryman of the Haberdashers’ Company, who bequeathed funds to establish a school in 1614. The endowment enables the schools to improve continually their facilities and offer an excellent education, whilst ensuring very competitive fees. There is also a wide range of scholarships and bursaries available.
Boys and girls often spend all their school years in the Haberdashers’ ‘family’, and we are geared up for siblings across the schools. Consequently, the schools have co-ordinated term dates and key events, they share the same foundation and have the same Board of Governors.
The Heads, teachers and pupils are often in contact on a day-to-day basis, although each school is proud of its individual identity.