Perrott Hill is an independent day and boarding prep school for girls and boys aged 3-13 located on a stunningly beautiful estate just outside Crewkerne, on the borders of Somerset and Dorset.
We encourage all our children to take full advantage of all the school has to offer as it truly is an inspirational place in which energy and enthusiasm are abundant – in the classroom, on the games fields, in music, art, drama and every other aspect of our rich and diverse school life. All this activity creates a very strong sense of belonging and fellowship among the pupils, and a deep-seated respect for themselves and everything around them.
Year 5 took part in the annual French sandwich making competition last week, following a recipe with instructions en français to create their masterpieces. Well done to Tilly for her…Read more
The dorms were decked with holly on Saturday for our Christmas activity weekend, complete with handmade advent calendars, games in the Sports Hall and hot chocolate with a Christmas film.…Read more
We are delighted to announce a new scholarship structure at Perrott Hill, with 9+ and 11+ scholarships now available. The scholarships are open to children currently in Years 4 and…Read more
Well done to our U11 and U13s, who played some great rugby at the Bryanston Sevens tournament this week. “The opening clashes saw Perrott play some lovely sevens, drawing the…Read more
Many thanks to all at King's College, Taunton for an incredible Prep School Strings Day this week. Our pupils thoroughly enjoyed getting into the festive spirit alongside The Downs Preparatory School, Exeter Cathedral School and King's…Read more
The Grundy Hall played host to an incredible art scholars’ workshop with former Perrott parent and photographer extraordinaire, Deborah Johnson, last weekend. Following some lighting demonstrations covering quality of light…Read more
We were honoured to welcome John Grundy, son of our founding Headmaster, back to school last week. John rolled back the years in his lecture for Years 2-8 as he…Read more
Last Friday saw an excellent Year 8 debate on whether prisons should place punishment before rehabilitation. A lively exchange of views resulted in a hard earned win for the opposition.…Read more
Year 3 are studying ancient Egyptians in history this term and visited The Tutankhamun Exhibition in Dorchester last week for some hands-on learning. As well as looking at the life of Tutankhamun…Read more
It was a pleasure to host our friends from surrounding primary schools Ash, All Saints in Montacute, Chilthorne Domer, East Coker and Preston this morning for our annual Year 6…Read more
Year 7 have been working on their entry for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation annual art competition, which encourages creativity, collaboration and concern for our planet. This year’s theme is ‘endangered’, exploring…Read more