King Edward’s Witley stands out for its rich historic connections, inclusive Christian ethos, lively international mix of pupils and the deep affection that pupils and parents feel for the School. Lives take shape here. Creative thinkers, problem-solvers, social advocates, and independently minded entrepreneurs learn what they are capable of within our peaceful setting in the Surrey Hills. Could your child realise their potential with us?
We’re a small and resourceful independent boarding and day school for girls and boys aged 11 to 18. Our 100-acre campus inspires curiosity, invites exploration and prompts discovery. The breadth of opportunity on this lively site gives every pupil the means to discover the best version of themselves. At King Edward’s there is something for everyone.
It’s been that way for the best part of 500 years, ever since a young King Edward VI donated his Bridewell Palace for the training and education of the poor. That act of generosity and inclusiveness resonates down the years. It inspired a pioneering approach to education and our unifying sense of shared endeavour.
More than anything, this beautiful School is a place of learning and laughter. There is so much warmth and support because we treat each other well. Here, young people learn how to be happy, confident adults.
Opening this article about achievements, is April Klein from the U13A Girls cricket who hit a large number of 50s. Alongside her at the top of the order is U13A Boys captain, Will Cook, who scored a total of 350 runs at an average of 39 plus taking 16 wickets. Coming in at three is...