The boys and girls who come to Babington House receive a first class education and enjoy coming to school. They grow in confidence and maturity in the time they are with us and make very close friendships. It is a unique institution and I am humbled by the attention the children receive from the caring, well qualified and committed staff.
We select children on their all-round ability, personal qualities and special talents – I happen to think everyone has some - as well as their academic potential. Once here, they are expected to surpass their own expectations; it is amazing what young people will jump over if you set the bar high enough. Within its caring and supportive environment Babington sets a brisk academic pace. This is something we develop, not just to encourage a love of learning for its own sake but to prepare our boys and girls for the highly competitive nature of the schools they move onto after Babington House.
Babington House has high standards of behaviour, dress and conduct, benefiting from smaller class sizes and a strong sense of community. We are also committed to outstanding sport, music, drama, and the arts in their broadest sense and we offer an eye watering array of clubs, societies and extra-curricular opportunities which go on before, during and after school. Within our nurturing environment we also provide plenty of opportunities for leadership and responsibility.
Perhaps most important, our academic, social and sporting endeavours are underpinned by our core Christian values which include a respect for others and an awareness of a purpose greater than ourselves. I am immensely proud to lead such a vibrant community and encourage you to come and see for yourself.
I look forward to meeting you
Tim Lello, Headmaster
Babington House Scores Again!
Amidst a sea of smiles Babington House School celebrated their 100% 5 x A* - C GCSE passes, with 42% of pupils gaining A* and A.
|Welcome Mr Lello!
A big, warm welcome to Mr Tim Lello, Babington's new Headteacher, who took up his post in January.
Pupils Present Grimm Tales
The Grimm Fairy Tales were beautifully presented by Year 6-8 students. They dramatically and imaginatively depicted the stories of Hansel and Gretel, The Golden Goose and Little Red Cap.