St Edmund's School

  • Established in 1749
  • a small friendly school, with 200 girls and 350 boys across the school
  • The class sizes are deliberately small to provide pupils with the best opportunity for learning
  • Regular formal and informal communication fosters three-way relationships between the parents, the school and the pupils
  • Art, music and drama are actively integrated into School life
  • The School has a proud sporting tradition and the fixture lists are demanding and extensive
  • With a campus of 25 hectares, the School is located on the outskirts of Canterbury, which is within easy access to the South East and London
  • The University of Kent is the School’s nearest neighbour with which a number of interesting projects such as in science, radio broadcast and sports are run