Our Lady of Sion
Admissions to Our Lady of Sion

Prospective Parents

Although we are currently unable to have visitors to the school, our Admission Registrar, Karen Eley, will be delighted to answer any questions regarding a place for September 2020 or beyond. Email eleyk@sionschool.org.uk

Current Parents

Whilst the school is closed, please direct any queries to Mrs Eley (eleyk@sionschool.org.uk) or telephone the Junior School (01903 204062) which will open for the children of key workers from Monday 20 April.

“Our daughter has flourished since starting at Our Lady of Sion.  Not only in academic areas but also in sport, music and art.  The pastoral care is also excellent.”

A Senior School parent

“It is so nice to belong to a community of friendly teachers and parents alike that has been so warm and welcoming. I couldn’t be happier.”

A new parent to the school

“Thank you for all your input and support  – not only have we noticed huge improvements in her academic ability, but the improvements in her emotional well-being is so heartening to see.”

A Junior School Parent

Welcome to Our Lady of Sion School website

Our School is part of a worldwide network of Schools and Colleges founded by the Sisters of Our Lady of Sion to promote respect and understanding of others. The School was founded in 1862 and, whilst proud of our heritage, we are a very forward looking, vibrant and dynamic institution. Our community is diverse and we welcome staff and pupils from all faiths and none, from a variety of cultures and traditions.

 

 

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Our Lady of Sion
Admissions to Our Lady of Sion

Prospective Parents

Although we are currently unable to have visitors to the school, our Admission Registrar, Karen Eley, will be delighted to answer any questions regarding a place for September 2020 or beyond. Email eleyk@sionschool.org.uk

Current Parents

Whilst the school is closed, please direct any queries to Mrs Eley (eleyk@sionschool.org.uk) or telephone the Junior School (01903 204062) which will open for the children of key workers from Monday 20 April.