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Limited Places Available for September 2024 Entry

If you're still to make a decision about where to start your child’s schooling, have you considered King’s College Pre-Prep? We have some limited availability for admissions this September.

Home from Home

The intention is to make Woodard a friendly, happy and exciting house in which to live and learn. Mr Lambert's aim is to bring out the best in the boys, whatever their interests.

The staff in Woodard create an atmosphere which is open, tolerant and trusting, and encourage the boys to develop their extra-curricular interests and promote culture, sport and academic achievement.

Above all, Woodard is a safe and happy home away from home where boys strive to fulfil their potential in work and play.


Woodard Today

The Woodard team strive to make each child’s experience as good as it possibly can be. The tutor team gently encourages the boys to exceed their potential, whether that is academically, sporting or in a life skill. They work with both the tutors and the teachers in the King's community to ensure progression is measured and appropriate to the needs of each child.

The boys are very welcoming of others into their home. Whether you live nearby or further afield, your son will have the best possible experience growing up within Woodard. There are social areas for everyone to relax, enjoy eachother’s company and to catch up on the latest entertainment. There are two kitchens where the boys’ culinary skills are put to the test as they struggle to make toast and sometimes a Pot Noodle, and occasionally even an edible meal.

Woodard house strives to make your son’s teenage years an unforgettable time.



Mr Lambert is the Woodard Houseparent and lives onsite next door to Woodard House with his wife and children. 

After studying Physics at Durham, I started my professional life as an Aerospace Engineer with Rolls-Royce. I enjoyed working in a variety of roles, including one in Hong Kong, but lacked passion for the job. A passion that I have now found in teaching physics, coaching rugby and caring for the fantastic pupils in Woodard.

Growing up in the Highlands of Scotland and schooled at Gordonstoun, there are few things in life that don’t interest me. Currently my spare time is mostly focussed on mountain biking, surfing, practising the bagpipes and spending time with my lovely family.

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