Saturday, 25th September
Take a personal guided tour around the School with a pupil and one member of staff.
Tour the school, speak to pupils and staff, witness a range of activities in action and attend a presentation with the Headmaster.
Tour the school, visit subject departments of interest and speak to students and staff along the way.
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In our latest inspection reports, Yarm School was rated “excellent”, the top grade, in all areas for both the Prep and Senior Schools.
ISI conducts two types of inspection: a full, Educational Quality Inspection and a Compliance Inspection. In November 2011 the school received the best possible rating, “excellent”, in the Educational Quality Inspection. For each one of the eight categories upon which the School was judged, it is the very best that we could possibly have achieved. It is relatively rare for a school to achieve the top grade in every category and for its Preparatory School to do likewise. Download our latest ISI reports below.
The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) carried out a Compliance Inspection at both Yarm School and Yarm Prep School in late November 2017. The most recent inspection checked the schools’ regulatory compliance according to Department for Education requirements. In each part the inspection reports simply on whether the required standard is MET or NOT MET.
We are delighted to report that, in both schools, we were found to be fully compliant in all aspects.
The Good Schools Guide is the UK’s leading school guide, offering unbiased school reviews and helping parents find and choose the best education for their child or children. Here is a snippet of our latest Good Schools Guide review…
“This feels a fun place to learn: inside and outside the classroom there is a wide range of discussion and activities (mostly run by staff) and to engage and interest every child, strengthening their relationship with their teachers. Children are enthusiastic about the opportunities provided, reflected in the faces of both pupils and staff. Being bored just isn’t on the radar here. A school that shows learning can be fun as well – fast paced with plenty of activity underpinned with reflection and resourcefulness. These are happy, bright, confident children with lots of opportunities for responsibilities and welcome them with genuine enthusiasm and pride.”
Sixth Form · 22/07/21
One of our Lower Sixth Form students, Mia Mack, has been awarded second place in the international essay competition run by New College of the Humanities. The NCH Essay Competition...
Former Pupils · 20/07/21
Two former Yarm School pupils and 1st XV players came face-to-face not once, but twice in the Gallagher Premiership 2020/21. Zach Kibirige and Ben Stevenson started their rugby careers at...
Sixth Form · 08/07/21
Lower Sixth Form student and talented artist, Mia Mack, has been shortlisted for one of the prestigious Holt Festival Art Prizes. Update 26/07/21: Mia has won the Sworders Art Prize...
Senior · 05/07/21
Two Third Year pupils won the Best Print and Design Award and were Highly Commended for Editor of the Year in the national Shine School Media Awards. The Shine School...
Former Pupils · 30/06/21
Former pupil, Andre Wilson, is entering the final year of a clay modelling development scheme with the iconic luxury British sports car manufacturer, Aston Martin, having already completed his four...
Prep · 29/06/21
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Early Excellence to offer high quality training opportunities for EYFS and KS1 practitioners. Early Excellence is the UK's leading provider of...
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