Welcome to Tockington Manor

Tockington Manor is a family, preparatory, day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 2 to 13+ set in 28 acres of spectacular grounds. We welcome up to 250 pupils into single year group entry classes throughout the Nursery, the Lower School and the Upper School.
Our children enjoy a curriculum which offers both breadth and depth throughout the school culminating in an enviable success rate in the highly praised Common Entrance syllabus.
We warmly invite you to visit the School to meet the staff and the children and to experience first hand what we believe to be so special about Tockington Manor.
Stephen Symonds, Headmaster.

“The school is highly successful in providing a happy and disciplined environment for its pupils in line with its aims. This helps promote thoughtful behaviour and positive relationships throughout the school. The pupils’ personal development is excellent.”

ISI 2012

Latest News

Easter Egg Hunt
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Year 1 and Year 2 had great fun taking part in their egg hunt in the Rose Garden. No-one spotted the Easter Bunny, but Rafael Rey-Jones found the chocolate Easter chick!

Spring Ornithology Competition
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Here are the winning entries in each year group, for this term’s Ornithology competition…

Spring Cartography Competition
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Here are the winning, 2nd and 3rd place entries in each year group, for this term’s Cartography competition…

Thornbury Eisteddfod Results
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Speech & Drama On Saturday a large number our our children took part in the Speech and Drama Eisteddfod in Thornbury. They performed very well indeed and had a very positive experience in the hands of the adjudicator, Rebecca Thompson. The children all had great courage in a range of different classes including Poetry Recital,…

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