Welcome to Tockington Manor

Nestled in the picturesque Gloucestershire countryside, just 3 miles from Junction 16, M5, Tockington Manor Preparatory and Nursery School offers you and your child something completely unique. As you drive through the beautiful village, Tockington Manor School’s stunning 28 acres provide a beautiful backdrop to propel your child’s imagination. Once in school, every pupil enjoys a curriculum which offers both breadth and depth throughout the school, culminating in an enviable success rate in the highly praised Common Entrance syllabus and Senior School Scholarship examinations.
We welcome boys and girls aged 2 to 13+ throughout the Nursery, the Lower School and the Upper School. Our exceptional onsite facilities, including a 25 metre indoor pool, a large floodlit astro turf and a modern, well equipped science laboratory, provide your child with the perfect inspirational environment for learning and exploring. From the minute you walk through the doors, you become part of the Tockington Manor family.
Everyone who visits Tockington Manor recognises that this is a very special place. We would encourage you to come and see for yourself. If you are unable to attend our open days we would be delighted to arrange a personal visit at any time to suit you and arrange taster days to get a real flavour of a school day.
Stephen and Amanda Symonds.

Open Day

Our next Open Day will take place on:

Saturday 14th March 2015 from 9.00am to 12.00pm

“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.”

Latest News

Gloucestershire League Cross Country
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On the first Saturday of half term our cross country team went to Tewkesbury for the final of the four Gloucestershire League Cross Country meetings. All the runners did their best with excellent results. The Under 13 boys team won a silver medal with Alex Grocott winning an individual silver medal and Alex Jacobi placed…

Totally Tockington Edition 76
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Welcome once again to Totally Tockington – the paper written BY students FOR students. Knowing that Pancake Day is on its way, we thought we would explore the idea of being flat as a pancake. We hope that you will find lots of things of interest in this edition of the paper from Georgina’s sayings,…

Year 3 Geography
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Year 3 had great fun in Geography this week learning about food that comes from the rainforest. They found out what types of food come from the rainforest, how they get from the rainforest to our supermarkets and what ‘Fairtrade’ means. They had an exciting time performing a taste test of differ-ent rainforest food, followed…

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
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We had a fantastic hour on Thursday afternoon in the company of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School who performed Julius Caesar for us in our very own hall. It was fantastic. The children, who had all been made familiar with the story during the week, were mesmerised by all of the theatrical effects and…

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