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Space to be Oneself


St James Senior Boys’ School, Ashford, TW15, one of the top boys secondary schools in the country, where stillness and happiness create a remarkable atmosphere for learning and living


A member of the International Boys’ Schools Coalition


An Invitation Come and see this magnificent Victorian Gothic building with its refurbished and freshly decorated state-of-the-art classrooms, new Dining Room, Drama Studio, modern Laboratories, stunning Sixth Form Centre, extensive Library, and much more. The 32 acres of grounds offer top-class rugby and cricket pitches and there is a splendid Astroturf area for all-weather sport, including hockey, 5-a-side soccer and tennis. The lake gives opportunities for kayaking, open water swimming and rowing is flourishing on theThames.


See-us-in-Action Tours: We invite you to book yourselves in for a 2-hour tour of the school during a normal school day. See the boys, meet their teachers, observe some lessons, ask your questions, hear about the educational philosophy and sense the distinctive ethos of St James. Contact the Registrar, on 01784 266 933 for an appointment.


Transport: The transport arrangements have worked out brilliantly, with buses from different locations and an excellent train service to Ashford Station which is just 2 minutes walk away from the school!


OPEN DAYS Thursday Evening 8th


November


6.00pmto 9.00pm Headmaster’s address 6.45pm and 7.45pm


Saturday Morning 10th


November


9.30am to 1.00pm Headmaster’s address 10.15am and 11.15am


St James Senior Boys’ School, Church Road, Ashford,TW15 3DZ Web:www.stjamesboys.co.uk Admissions Enquiries and Prospectus Requests:Tel: 01784 266 933 Email: admissions@stjamesboys.co.uk


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