We hope that our website will provide you with a good overview of what a New Hall education can offer your child and you will find it a great source of information. The Admissions section contains a wealth of information regarding the admissions process and opportunities to arrange a visit.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions team if you have any further questions. We are always happy to help or to explain the admissions process in more detail, to ensure that the application process is as smooth and uncomplicated as possible.
– Please note that a waiting list is now in operation for places in Year 7 2021 –
|Phone||01245 236 098 or 01245 467 588 (option 2)|
|Mrs Caroline Elder||Admissions Registrar (Nursery and Preparatory Divisions)||01245 467 588 (497)|
|Miss Georgina Angel||Admissions Registrar (Girls’ Divisions)||01245 467 588 (446)|
|Miss Lucy Bird||Admissions Officer (Sixth Form & International Admissions)||01245 467 588 (468)|
|Miss Courtney Lucey||Admissions Officer (Boys’ Divisions)||01245 467 588 (218)|
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A Message From Robert Simpson, Director of Education – Diocese of Brentwood:
I am delighted to be able to encourage you to apply for a place at New Hall School. Our Catholic schools foster values of honesty, respect and tolerance and encourage an atmosphere of high expectation conducive to hard work. At the same time, our schools are places where you will see Christ at the centre of the enterprise with a Catholic ethos that is palpable. Our teachers and support staff strive to enable all pupils to fulﬁl their potential, explore their individual talents and learn to appreciate, nurture and protect the world in which we live.
Learning opportunities are challenging and stimulating, both within the classroom and through a wide range of activities out of it. Each child is supported to grow in conﬁdence and develop attitudes and skills to enable them to make a significant contribution to wider society. The education of the whole child is a fundamental principle that underpins the approach taken in our Catholic schools.
Making the decision about which school to send your child to is an extremely important one and I hope the information that you have received enables you to make an informed choice that is right for your child. I encourage you to visit your local Catholic school when you have the opportunity to do so, in order to feel the sense of warmth, commitment and excellence provided to our young people.
Our Catholic schools look forward to working with you because you are your child’s ﬁrst, best and most important educator. They recognise that developing this partnership with you is crucial because with mutual understanding and shared responsibility towards achieving the best educational outcomes for your child we are more likely to succeed.
A message from Rt Rev Alan Williams, Bishop of Brentwood:
Over the years, Catholic schools have made a significant contribution not just to the life of the Catholic Church, but also to the life of the nation as a whole. Catholic schools are places of great ethnic richness, they are characterised by tolerance, respect, a genuine spirit of enquiry and the search for truth. The education and formation that takes place in our Catholic schools is part of our contribution to the Common Good of society as a whole. Perhaps for these reasons and for the way children are cared for and valued, so many parents choose to send their children to a Catholic school.
Education is one of the most powerful weapons in combating poverty and in helping children to reach their full potential as human beings. So Catholic education is part of the Church’s effort to realise Christ’s desire for us all that we might “have life, and have it to the full.” (John 10:9) This is achieved not just in the teaching of RE, but by a whole system of gospel-based values encompassing the way everyone relates to each other in all that we do and in extracurricular activities, in other words by the whole Catholic ethos of the school. Here we find a genuine means of exposing young people to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and of helping them to respond to Christ’s invitation to “follow me”.
I am particularly grateful for those who participate in Catholic education and who craft this great treasure. Parents who choose a Catholic school and often go the extra mile to contribute to its life and help in practical ways with the running of a school. Over the years our forefathers fought hard to establish and maintain Catholic Education in these lands. Now it is our turn to work together to ensure that Catholic Education is maintained, supported and enabled to grow and develop for the future generations of children across the Diocese of Brentwood.