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Highfield and Brookham Schools' glowing endorsement from Tatler

Headmaster's delight as nursery, pre-prep and prep are included in prestigious magazine's Good Schools Guide 2022. School described as 'like being wrapped in a big hug' impresses judging panel

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10th September 2021 — A highly-respected independent school in Hampshire is celebrating another glowing recommendation by one of the country’s leading authorities on private education.

Highfield and Brookham Schools has been included in the prestigious Tatler Schools Guide for 2022, officially making it one of the very best prep schools in South-East England.

Featuring a nursery, pre-prep and prep school for children aged from two to 13 in Liphook, Highfield and Brookham Schools came through a stringent selection process with flying colours, as parents, pupils, education sector professionals and editorial staff at Tatler decided who made the grade.

The school was described by one parent as like being “wrapped up in a big hug” while the prospect of its first-rate culinary provision clearly tantalised more than just a few tastebuds on the panel. And Highfield and Brookham’s Whole School Estate Plan being endorsed by the South Downs National Park Authority – the first school to do so – was also cited as a big plus point by Tatler.

Proud Highfield Headmaster Phillip Evitt said: “It’s always a great thrill to receive any kind of positive feedback regarding the work we do here at Highfield and Brookham, but to be recognised by such a prestige publication as Tatler Schools Guide really is praise indeed.

“Our children’s education, welfare and well-being are at the very core of what we do and I’m so lucky to lead an incredibly dedicated team who never cease to amaze me with their professionalism, enthusiasm and sheer love of school life. Our wonderful inclusion in Tatler is very much testament to them and their sterling efforts.”

And Mr Evitt added: “A word that is often used to describe us is unique, and we feel that offering a first-class education to a slightly smaller set of year groups is part of our uniqueness, and I’m delighted that our educational and pastoral provision has been recognised and supported by so many people.”

Highfield and Brookham Schools (Coed 2-13) is a day and boarding school in Hampshire.

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