St Andrew's School, Bedford

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
St Andrew's School
Established 1896
Type Independent day school
Principal Mr Ian Daniel
Head of School Hilary Ryan
Location Kimbolton Road
MK40 2PA
England Coordinates: 52°08′35″N 0°27′36″W / 52.143°N 0.460°W / 52.143; -0.460
DfE number 822/6006
DfE URN 109721 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Girls; Boys (age 3-9)
Ages 3–16
Colours Blue & White ‹See Tfm›     ‹See Tfm›    

St Andrews School, is a coeducational independent day school in the town of Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. St Andrews educates girls aged 3–16 and boys aged 3–9. It was founded in 1896 as a school for the daughters of gentlemen. The school consists of a nursery, reception class, junior school and senior school and has in excess of 330 pupils in attendance. It does not have a sixth form.

In September 2013, St Andrews School entered into a federation with Rushmoor School in Bedford. Both schools retain their own identity and governing body, but will share resources and have one principal.[1]


House name House colours
Windsor ‹See Tfm›    
Tudor ‹See Tfm›    
Stuart ‹See Tfm›    

The houses compete in many competitions throughout the year including Netball and Hockey tournaments, and of course compete for the house cup which is awarded to the house which have achieved the most house points over the term.


External links[edit]