Leweston has a reputation for a clear sense of purpose that guides all we do as a school. Our strong commitment to the pastoral care of all the children, and our sharing of sound and lifelong values is at the bedrock of what we do and we work hard to create a community where everyone is valued and respected. Pupils are encouraged to regard the school as an extended family and treat each other as such.

The School’s Golden Rules form the backbone of our behavioural code and ensure that everyone knows the difference between right and wrong. We expect the standard of behaviour to be excellent.

Pupils know they can turn to staff with any issues or concerns. Appropriate measures are in place to ensure the welfare, well-being, health and safety of all. Staff know pupils extremely well and pastoral needs are effectively monitored and supported by the strong structure that underpins daily routines. Older pupils understand that they are role models for younger pupils and they relish this responsibility. The pupils are proud of their school they are keen to contribute, prefects and form captains take their responsibilities very seriously.

Every year Leweston Prep participates in a wide range of activities to raise hundreds of pounds for charities both close to home and further afield. The prefects take the lead in coordinating a programme of activities. Last year the pupils supported a 24 hour Triathlon organised by Year 13 but involving every pupil in the school, charity mufti days, bake sales and more.


The Leweston Learner
From Nursery to Sixth Form Leweston shares an educational approach that helps our pupils develop an attitude to learning they can apply across the curriculum, as well as in the wider world. Click on the five key characteristics to find out more.