Sub Menu
Open Events

We understand that there is nothing more important than making sure the environment and opportunities a school offers your child will allow them to have the best possible educational experience and will enable them to reach their full potential. At Bablake we are often told by parents how warm and friendly the atmosphere feels in school and how it enables their children to thrive.

To help you discover what Bablake can offer your child, we welcome visitors on a normal school day throughout the year and arrange tours for families as part of our admissions process. We also hold two open events each year, as well as separate events that offer the chance to view either just our Sixth Form or Junior School/Pre Prep. These events aim to give prospective parents and pupils the chance to experience the warm, friendly and exciting atmosphere that makes Bablake so special.

During our open events you will have the opportunity to speak to pupils and staff, have a tour of the school and to hear from the Headmaster. Registration beforehand is not necessary.

For further information or to book a visit on a working day please contact Alexandria Hargreaves, our Marketing Manager, by email or by telephoning 024 7627 1248.

Open Events - Bablake Senior School and Junior School

Open Evening

Our next full school Open Event will be on Friday 22nd June 2018, 5pm-8pm (Junior School 5pm-7pm)

Members of the Admissions Department and the Finance Department will be present to answer any questions that you may have and our Head of Learning Support, Dr Louise Greenway, will also be available, as will various members of staff who have a specific role within our pastoral system. 

There is no need to register to attend, however, if you would like to let us know that you are planning to visit us you can do so by completing our Open Evening Registration Form.

Next full school Open Morning - Saturday 29th September 2018, 9.30am - 12.30pm

A Typical Bablake Day from BablakeSchool on Vimeo

Strong relationships between pupils and staff create a caring and supportive community in which pupils achieve much and know they are valued

ISI 2014