The St Marylebone Church of England Schools



St Marylebone Parish Church enjoys a very close relationship with St Marylebone Church of England School which is a consistently high achieving secondary school. We are proud to say that it is the highest achieving secondary school in the City of Westminster, and one of the top Church Schools in the country. Ofsted judges it 'outstanding'. The School considers the children's spiritual formation as important as their academic development and Fr Jack Noble serves as School Chaplain.


The St Marylebone Church of England School Admissions Policy

 Download a Very Short History of the School (1791 - 1987)

St Marylebone Grammar School (The Philological School)

 Grants through St Marylebone Educational Foundation

For more information please visit the School website.....HERE

All the School’s newsletters can be accessed via this hyperlink: School newsletters

School Inspection Reports can be viewed here: Inspection Reports 



The St Marylebone CE Bridge School

The St Marylebone CE Bridge School is a co-educational Church of England Special Free School. It provides a high quality education for statemented pupils aged 11- 16, whose primary needs are related to their Speech, Language and Communication.
By nurturing Compassion, Kindness, Forgiveness and Peace the School has created a calm, safe and enjoyable learning environment where everyone matters and in which the pupils regularly experience success. A broad and balanced curriculum guarantees that pupils access a range of qualifications that foster academic success, independence and social awareness while ensuring that every pupil reaches their full potential. The school is committed to developing its pupils as active, skilled citizens, with strong moral values who contribute positively to life in modern Britain. Affiliation with St Marylebone CE School, an outstanding mainstream school, enriches the provision and further enables the School to serve its pupils.
More information is available on the St Marylebone CE Bridge School website: HERE

The School's inspection reports are available here: Inspection Reports


Painted by Sir Hugh Casson CH, KCVO, PPRA, RDI in 1991 for School’s Bicentenary


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