Welcome to Ditcham Park School Virtual Open Morning!
When: Sat 27th February 2020
Time: 10am -12pm
Email your questions to; email@example.com for the 11 am live Q&A with the Headmaster
You are invited to hear about a Ditcham education through the eyes of our pupils by joining our Virtual Opening Morning on Saturday 27th February 2021 at 10am.
You will be able to listen to our Junior and Senior pupils describe what they enjoy most about their school by watching videos they’ve made. You can explore our classrooms, meet our teachers, our Headmaster, Head of Juniors, Head of Seniors, Head Girl and Head Boy and enjoy a selection of guitar performances and watch excerpts from our Juniors’ House Captain election campaign.
At 11am we will host a live Q&A session with our Headmaster Graham Spawforth, Head of Juniors Helen Parrott and Head of Seniors Mark Philips.
To join our Virtual Open Morning please register your information below and please send in any questions you would like us to answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
At Ditcham Park School our mission is to nurture and encourage each child to learn within a supportive environment so that our pupils develop into confident young people who go out into the world with the skills and desire to improve it. This love of learning and inquisitiveness begins in Nursery and continues throughout our pupils’ education in Juniors and Seniors.
We are a co-educational Independent School for boys and girls aged 2½-16 located near Petersfield, Hampshire in the middle of the South Downs National Park. We have spectacular views of the rolling Hampshire hills and south across the Solent as far as the Isle of Wight.
Our aim is to provide an outstanding education which equips our pupils with excellent academic qualifications and self-confidence. We believe that children learn best and develop self-confidence and self-esteem when they are encouraged in a caring and supportive environment.
Our relatively small size enables Ditcham Park School to be a genuinely friendly, nurturing school where ‘every child is known and valued’. Small class sizes, excellent teaching with a focus on STEAM, strong pastoral care and opportunities for personal development through sport, the arts, clubs and outdoor activities set in our beautiful 16-acres are key features of the education on offer to our pupils.
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