Life at Worth School
The boys and girls who come to Worth are not only set high expectations and inspired to maximise their potential but they are also motivated to reflect upon who they are and what they have to offer. Worth is a vibrant and energetic community whilst also being calm and unhurried. Pupils who come to Worth have the opportunity to grow into young men and women who know what it means to belong; they also know the importance of mutual respect and concern for others.
The majority of senior pupils at Worth are boarders. Living together enables young people to develop a better understanding of and respect for others. Boarders are able to make the most of activities on offer and benefit from having access to the school's excellent facilities. An Ofsted inspection of boarding provision at Worth in January 2011 found the school to be "Outstanding": you can read the inspectors' report here. Find out more about boarding at Worth.
Day pupils at Worth are also fully engaged in the life of the school including all activities on offer in the evening and at weekends. They register at 8:30 a.m. each morning and can leave at 5:55 p.m. There is a strong tradition of day pupils becoming boarders later in their school career. Find out more about day school at Worth.