Homefield School

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Homefield School (closed - Feb. 10, 2005)

Homefield School was a co-educational school catering for age range of 4 – 18 year son the southern edge of Winkton, a village on the fringes of the New Forest in Hampshire, in a large, respectable, cream-painted building with a sign announcing "Sports Academy. Dorset Lawn Tennis Association School of the Year." Over the door is an inscription: "Ratione Non Vi" (By reason, not by force). Homefield was on a rural site with school buildings clustered around extensive playing fields overlooking farmland. There are 2 departments, Preparatory and Senior - the prep school is a self-contained unit with attractive play area.

Location

  • In the county of Dorset approximately 1.5 hours by road from London and 20 minutes from Bournemouth.
  • Nearest town: Christchurch
  • Nearest railway station: Bournemouth (20 minutes from the school)
  • Local airport: Southampton Eastleigh (35 minutes from the school)

Academic Profile

Years 7 - 11 A full range of subjects included the core subjects: English, Maths and Physical Education plus a selection of optional subjects from: Art (Painting & Drawing), Art (Three Dimensional), Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Home Economics (Food), Information Technology (Computers)

Closure

Homefield School closed permanently in January 2005.

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