Twenty-Eight Millfield Prep pupils have gained top marks in a National computing competition.
Millfield provides a broad and balanced education which not only prepares students for public examinations but also gives them the confidence to achieve success throughout their adult lives. We believe that education should open doors, not close them by premature specialisation, and up to the age of 16 every student receives a rounded education in both Arts and Sciences.
Millfield offers an exceptionally wide range of courses which underpin the school's curriculum whilst still allowing students' programmes to be tailored to individual needs. An exciting range of vocational courses are also available in the Sixth Form, including BTECs and the Leiths Introductory Certificate.
Students are taught in small sets, made possible by our high staff to student ratio. Up to GCSE (or equivalent level), in order for every student to access an appropriate curriculum and make good progress, classes are banded by general ability and additional streaming takes place in English, Mathematics, Science and Languages.
Millfield chess teams have qualified for the regional finals of the Schools Chess U19 tournament.
Millfield’s Director of Netball, Jenna Adamson has become only the second coach in England to attain a Level 3 Netball Coaching Qualification alongside holding her A award in officiating.
Millfield Year 11 students are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE exam results. Another different year for exams as we know them has seen the Millfield Year 11 cohort excel in this year’s set of teacher assessed examinations.
After another unique year for exam-aged students, Millfield’s Upper Sixth embark on exciting journeys, in academia, sport, music and the arts, in the UK and overseas.