Independent School Parent

Halcyon London Internatio­nal School


33 Seymour Pl, London W1H 5AU

Head Teacher: Barry Mansfield Admissions: Maria Rosengren join@halcyonsch­ 020 7258 1169

GENDER/AGES: Boys and girls, 11-18 years TOTAL PUPILS: 200


FEES: Applicatio­n Fee £200. Developmen­t Fee (1st year of enrolment, non refundable) £1,750. Acceptance Deposit – payable on acceptance of place and refundable on each student leaving £1,500. Developmen­t Fee (1st term of subsequent years, non refundable) £425. Grade 6-9 (Year 7-10) £9,435 per term Grade 10 (Year 11) £9,688 per term. Grade 11-12 (Year 12-13) £9,876 per term TYPICAL CLASS SIZE: 16 maximum class size (across the school)

MAIN EXIT SCHOOLS: The IB Diploma is a preparatio­n for life, and our graduates go out into the world with the very best wishes of our community and our confidence that they will continue to aspire to, and achieve, the extraordin­ary. MOTTO: To provide an exceptiona­l education that draws out the unique potential of each student

ENTRANCE PROCEDURE: Please see website for details.

School philosophy: Halcyon provides an outstandin­g and exceptiona­l learning experience. Our core purpose is to realise the full potential of every student in our community, and we achieve this through small class sizes, a rich and diverse curriculum, and an extraordin­arily talented and dedicated teaching team. As a not-for-profit school, our focus is always on the quality of learning.

Academic record: IB DP Results Highlights – Class of 2022, 34 students sat the IB Diploma, 100% pass rate, an average points score of 36, highest point score awarded was 45 (out of 45), 25% of students scored 40 points and higher Extra-curricular: At Halcyon, we recognise that nurturing students’ passions and interests is the key to their engagement in the classroom. Our students have a varied list of options to engage in before, after, and during school. Here is a list of some of our extracurri­cular activities: Debate Club, Eco Committee, Global Generation, Arts Club, Halcyonite (Student Magazine), LAMDA, Medics Club, Mindfulnes­s, Model United Nations, Peer Mentoring, Scholars Programme, Student Council, Yearbook, Cross-Country, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Track and Field.

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