At Bablake, as well as separate events that offer the chance to view either just our Sixth Form or Junior School/ Pre Prep, we hold two official Open Sessions each year. These events give you the opportunity to meet pupils and staff, and to tour the school's impressive facilities.
Bablake’s Open Sessions are an excellent opportunity to visit the school, meet staff and students and get your questions answered. Registration beforehand is not necessary.
We welcome visits to the school all year - for information on how to arrange a visit please click here.
Open Sessions - Bablake Senior School and Junior School
Junior School Open Morning
Join us on Saturday 20th January, 10am-12noon, to find out what makes our Junior School such a wonderful place to learn. You will be able to meet our teachers, have a tour of the school with our pupils and take part in all of the exciting activities we will be running throughout the morning. Staff from our Pre Prep will also be available at the Junior School to speak to parents. There is no need to register to attend.
Our next full school Open Event will be on Friday 22nd June 2018, 5pm-8pm.
Come along to see all that we have to offer and give your son or daughter the chance to participate in a wide range of activities, from the ridiculously addictive Maths ‘Nubble Club’ to the rocket launch in Chemistry! Speak to both pupils and staff about life at Bablake and enjoy a tour of the school with one of our pupils.
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
Strong relationships between pupils and staff create a caring and supportive community in which pupils achieve much and know they are valued