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St Faith
Trumpington Road, CB2 8AG, UK Cambridge
Tel. 01223 352073

Welcome !!!

ArdecheSt Faith’s is a traditional school in lots of respects – it values curricular breadth, its staff are well-qualified and professionally committed, children learn Latin and to play hockey and to play the violin, as it were – but it remains at the forefront in its educational provision, with internet access everywhere, interactive whiteboards in many of the teaching areas, and a crucial emphasis on pastoral care and the nurturing of children’s self-esteem and confidence.

If children are happy at school they see school and home as a continuum so that each supports the other. Children at St Faith’s are very happy – and I hope that you will come to see this for yourselves.


We encourage prospective parents to come and have a look around our school and to talk to teachers, staff and children about the opportunities available here. Our Open Morning takes place in the autumn and individual appointments can be arranged by contacting the Headmaster’s secretary, Ms Sheryl Anderson, on 01223 352073.

There are two main points of entry: at age 4 and age 7, although assessments can be arranged at other times as places become available.

In the Foundation Year places are offered by the Headmaster following a visit by parents. From Year 3 places are offered following assessment and an interview. Academic scholarships are available at age 7+. Please contact the school for further details.

Fees for the academic year 2007/8 are between £2,770.00 and £3,490.00 per term. For a school prospectus please contact the Registrar, Mrs Alyson Spencer, at

You may like to request a prospectus using the form opposite.

Our registration form is available here (Word)
Our admissions policy is available here (Word)


St Faith’s aims to provide pupils of all ages and abilities with a broad, balanced and stimulating curriculum, which will allow the pupils to realise their full potential. Our curriculum combines class work with project work, homework, expeditions and fieldwork.

The courses cover the requirements of the National Curriculum, which guarantees a smooth transfer for pupils returning to maintained sector schools but, in addition to the National Curriculum subjects, Spanish is introduced at an early age and Latin is started in Year 5.

The curriculum documents for each year group are attached, together with curriculum maps for KS 1 and KS 2 (Years 3-6). Please click on the links opposite to access the curriculum document you wish to view.

The year groups are labelled as follows:

Key Stage 1 Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3
Foundation (4 to 5 yrs)
Year 1 (5 to 6 yrs)
Year 2 (6 to 7 yrs)
Year 3 (7 to 8 yrs)
Year 4 (8 to 9 yrs)
Year 5 (9 to 10 yrs)
Year 6 (10 to 11 yrs)
Year 7 (11 to 12 yrs)
Year 8 (12 to 13 yrs)


Curriculum Documents

Curriculum – An Overview
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6
Year 7
Year 8

Curriculum Maps

Key Stage 1 - Year 1
Key Stage 1 - Year 2
Key Stage 2 - Year 3
Key Stage 2 - Year 4
Key Stage 2 - Year 5
Key Stage 2 - Year 6


New and good quality second-hand uniform and games kit is available from the School Clothing Shop, which is located on the second floor of Firwood House. Opening hours during term time are:

Every morning from 8.10am-8.50am
Monday afternoons from 3.15pm-4pm

Items for sale should be put into a bag and placed in the cupboard on the landing outside the clothing shop. A form with your name, address and your child's name on and included it in each bag (forms are available from the shop landing and the School Office). You will receive 70% of the selling price and the school benefits from the remaining 30%.

Over the years sports equipment, table, chairs and curtains for the Junior Library, science equipment and other items too numerous to mention have been purchased.

Please click on a link below to see the relevant clothing details.

Pre-Prep Clothing List
School Uniform
Games Kit - Boys
Games Kit - Girls

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