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Welcome to Sycamore Hall

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Playground Games
Basketball Match
Sycamore Hall Prep School
Girl's Softball Team
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Students Taking Exams
Students in Classroom
Students During Break
Recorder practice

Get to Know Us

Sycamore Hall is a small well established independent school in Doncaster for boys and girls aged 3 to 11. Founded by Headmistress Miss J Spencer and now co-run with Deputy Headmistress Mrs S Nicklin.

We achieve excellent academic standards through a traditional teaching approach and a truly passionate staff, we help students develop academically and personally to the highest level.  Pupils are encouraged to set themselves high standards with regards to academic work and behaviour and are taught valuable principles of honesty, integrity and hard work.

We have a close relationship with our pupils and their families. There are many opportunities for parents and guardians to participate in school life which creates a wonderful family atmosphere throughout the school.

Latest News

Summer term trip

This summer the school trip will be to Newby Hall. It will be on the last day of term, Friday 19th July.  🌞
The cost of the trip is £40 per student. This includes coach travel, entrance into Newby Hall and the grounds plus a ride on the miniature railway. 🚂
Money for the trip needs to be paid into the school account ASAP.

Summer Term P.E.

Reminder for parents that from the 9th of May we intend to resume our trips to the park

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Each week on Thursday children will to bring  need their full P.E. kit to school, including correct footwear, i.e. trainers 👟 Thank you.

May Day 2024

🌸 May Day celebrations at school will be on Thursday 2nd May this year. 🌸
The children are looking forward to showcasing some of their work on China and the Year of the Dragon. 🐉
Parents and family are welcome to join us from 1pm. The presentations will be followed by some light refreshments. ☕

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Pupils line up for a picture wearing crowns for the Coronation celebrations for King Charles III

“Pupils say that they love coming to school. They rarely miss a day. Their behaviour in lessons and around school is good. Pupils listen carefully to teachers, and they are keen to answer questions in class. They work hard and produce well-presented work, of which they are rightly proud.”

Quote - Ofsted 2019

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