At the core of all we do here at Knighton House is our mission to help children gain the confidence and skills that will enable them to move to the next stage of their education well on the road to becoming happy and fulfilled adults.
We want every child to feel relaxed, happy and at home at school. We value the individual above all else and we hope that all pupils will learn to be proud of themselves and their abilities and respectful and tolerant of the individuality and abilities of others. Childhood is precious and we want all children to have plenty of time for play, fun and laughter. With children remaining here at Knighton until they are 13, they are able to enjoy the fun of childhood in a child centred environment into their early teenage years.
A bespoke curriculum
Boarding at Knighton
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Sport at Knighton
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What People Say
If you are an overseas student, I would recommend Knighton House because you have lots of fun here and the people are so nice.
Knighton has a special personality that nurtures children and allows them to emerge as confident and independent young girls.
Approach to the ‘whole child’. PEP encourages girls to dip into a wider world and to think about issues like current affairs and challenge their thinking.
Simply I think Knighton quietly does things well, very well. Don’t underestimate it.
The location is wonderful, but your care & love makes it even better!!!
We were deeply touched by the warmth we felt with every single member of the school community that we met. Overwhelmed with the show of love and friendship demonstrated to our entire family.
Knighton gives our girls the ability to decide what is the best thing to do in particular situation, and to do it with energy and determination.
It’s a place where my daughter can enjoy her childhood without sacrificing a 1st class education and where she can get a 1st class education without sacrificing her childhood.
Riding is huge. Knighton is one of Horse and Hound’s ‘six dream schools for horsey children’ and ponies have been at the centre of school life forever.