Welcome to our page for prep and primary school pupils and staff


What's on

You are warmly invited to come along to our music and drama events.


First Days at Sevenoaks

This short video shows our Year 7 pupils in their first days at Sevenoaks, gradually getting to know each other, the campus and the facilities. It will give you an idea of the opportunities on offer here.



Also see how our new Year 9 pupils got on in their first week at Sevenoaks.

Recent events

Rugby coaching with Craig Newby

On Tuesday 5 February 2013 Craig Newby, former All Black and Leicester Tigers back row visited Sevenoaks School to provide coaching for young aspiring rugby players from local prep schools.

During the two-hour training session the boys, from Holmewood House, Hazlewood, Sevenoaks Prep and Solefield School, worked on handling, running, and contact skills with the Leicester Tigers legend. All his experience, knowledge and encouragement ensured that they had a fantastic experience at Sevenoaks.

Craig finished off the day answering questions and signing autographs for all those involved, which was a valuable experience for players and staff. 

We hope to hold similar sessions in future, with other sports professionals, to provide an educational experience for our feeder schools.


Prep Schools Football Tournament, October 2012


2011: Sennockian State Circus comes to town

On 25 June, The Sennockian State Circus pitched up in Sevenoaks School. Top-hatted ringmasters from the English Department welcomed a record number of 66 Year 5 children from 14 local schools to participate in the annual creative writing extravaganza.

For the morning, the English department was transformed into the circus big top. The young writers were divided into four groups: elephants, seals, lions and performing dogs.

In the first session, the young writers explored the meaning of their names and as a group created some hilarious circus performers. After breaking for biscuits and squash, the writing continued in earnest with each Year 5 pupil writing a poem about their own imaginary circus performer and act.

The sequined fruits of their labour appeared in the circus programme (right) published afterwards.