Framlingham College

A leading co-educational day and boarding school for children aged 4 to 18, Bishop’s Stortford College is a wonderful, busy, and highly successful community. Three schools in one, the College is large enough to provide an exceptional range of opportunities, whilst each part is small enough for pupils to be known, valued, and nurtured as individuals. 

Its boarding community, fully integrated with day pupils, benefit from some of the best boarding facilities in the region. 

Academic excellence is a top priority. The College’s dedicated and talented teaching staff fire pupils’ imaginations, always going the extra mile to give them the skills they need to develop and thrive. The breadth of opportunity offered, balanced with personal growth and strong values of decency and kindness, is what an education for today and tomorrow must deliver. Underpinning everything is a unique community spirit that enables each pupil to succeed, and to be happy doing so. Here, there is a togetherness where none is as important as all. The College does not look like most schools of its type; it is the modern face of independent education. 


British Forces families qualifying for the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) will be required to pay no more than 10% of fees payable for full boarding places.

“These days, standing still is moving backwards. Bishop’s Stortford College is not standing still. It is as simple as that.” – Parent


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Enquire about: Framlingham College
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HeadMrs Louise North
School TypeCombined co-education school
Junior Age Range2 - 13
Senior Age Range13 - 18
AcademicGCSE: Yes
Alevel: Yes
Int'l Baccalaureate: No
Boarding Fees From£12,852.00 per term
Forces DiscountYes - automatic 10% off tuition for first child. Further funding available via means tested bursary
Total Students570
Youngest Boarder9
Junior Boarders23
Senior Boarders201
Int'l Students50
Closest Airport 1Stansted (111km)
Closest Airport 2Heathrow (205km)