An independent, coeducational boarding and day school for students aged 11-18, with a distinctive Quaker ethos An independent, coeducational boarding and day school for students aged 11-18, with a distinctive Quaker ethos
A place where students have time and space to live together, learn and grow A place where students have time and space to live together, learn and grow
Set in acres of beautiful parkland, 30 minutes from Central London Set in acres of beautiful parkland, 30 minutes from Central London
Students are encouraged to think independently, creatively, critically and constantly Students are encouraged to think independently, creatively, critically and constantly
"I will always remember Leighton Park as the place that allowed me to be myself and develop in my own way." Upper Sixth leaver, 2013 "I will always remember Leighton Park as the place that allowed me to be myself and develop in my own way." Upper Sixth leaver, 2013

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A Welcome from the Head

For over 100 years the values of peace, integrity, equality and simplicity have guided the students and community of Leighton Park School. These Quaker testimonies continue to sustain the school, providing a strong academic and caring environment in which our students can live, learn and grow in a happy, disciplined community.

We achieve this through high academic standards, a richly diverse extra-curricular programme and an emphasis on mutual respect, individual responsibility and integrity. The emphasis on the positive side of human nature provides us with the opportunity to look for the good in each individual, looking for that of God, in every culture and background, religious or not. 

 
Set in a beautiful 65 acre park on the outskirts of Reading, Berkshire, but only 30 minutes from central London and Heathrow airport, Leighton Park School is a happy, diverse community in which boys and girls from age 11 to 18 flourish together as boarding or day students.
 
In friendship and with best wishes

Nigel Williams
Head







 

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