We are delighted to announce that Wilmslow Prep School has been featured (again) in the Telegraph as one of the Top 10 Best Value Prep Schools in the UK. Schools were selected by the Good Schools Guide according to standards and fees. The Good Schools Guide is a well-known and highly respected guide to schools in the UK, which helps parents to choose the most suitable education for their children.
Here is what the Telegraph says about Wilmslow Prep School:
“Founded in 1909, Wilmslow Preparatory School has been both single-sex and co-ed over its century of teaching. Starting out as co-ed, the school became an all-girls school in 1961, until boys were reintroduced in 2013. Small class sizes mean the individual needs of each pupil are recognised and developed, while the school prides itself on its extra-curricular activities on offer.”
Headteacher, Mrs Helen Rigby, commented on being featured in the Telegraph, and said, “As you can imagine, everyone at Wilmslow Prep School is delighted about being featured in the Telegraph, as one of the top 10 best value prep schools in the UK. It is great recognition of what we at The Prep achieve as a small school. It is proof that our ethos of delivering an excellent education, tailored to the individual needs of each child, delivers superb results.”