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Please look through our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding the College and get in contact with us if you have any further questions or would like to make an enquiry.

How much does it cost to attend the College?


Day Pupils



Weekly Boarding Pupils (4 nights)



Termly Boarding Pupils



For more information on our fees please click  here.

When do you accept pupils? 

Slindon College can accept pupils throughout the year. 

For more information regarding Admissions click here.

Do you accept International pupils? 

Yes. Slindon College is an inclusive and non-selective school. We recommend that pupils have a basic understanding of English in order to communicate their needs and that they are able to understand basic instruction to ensure their happiness and wellbeing. Pupils that require additional language help will have dedicated lessons with our EAL (English as an Additional Language) teacher.

Find more information about our EAL support or Admissions Process.

How many pupils are there in a class? 

There are between 6-8 pupils in each class. The College's message of "Keep it small, know them all" is something that enables pupils to feel valued and understood during their education at Slindon College. The high teacher to pupil ratio also means that the pupils benefit from highly individualised lessons.

Find out more about our Primary Department and Secondary School.

Learn about our Sixth Form.

What kind of Learning Support do you provide? 

Slindon College has experience in supporting pupils with a range of difficulties such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Social Anxiety. The Learning Support department plays a key role in promoting the social and emotional skills that underpin effective learning, positive behaviour and the well-being of all pupils. Learning support also extends to helping pupils who have English as an Additional language. (EAL). Multi-lingual pupils can take advantage of our intensive English tuition, which can be offered on an individual or small group basis. 

Find out more about our Learning Support here.

What sports are played at Slindon College? 

The PE department offers a full range of sporting activities: 

  • Fundamental movement of sport includes direct instruction in basketball, football, cricket, badminton, table tennis and rugby. 
  • The use of the College grounds allows the outdoor education program to happen - orienteering, mountain biking and cross- country running. 
  • Swimming takes place in the College's heated pool along with kayaking for beginners. 
  • The College also makes use of its boarding team who teach fencing, archery and personal fitness.

Due to the small numbers in each class and year groups large team games are played by combining year groups and participating in inter-House competitions. 

Find out more about our Enrichment Activities.

If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us by email.