Our School


Stover School is a member of a number of national, regional and international organisations that allow the high educational standards we have set to be maintained.

Independent Schools Council

The Independent Schools Council brings together seven associations of independent schools, their heads, bursars and governors.

Through their member associations, they represent over 1,200 independent schools in the UK and overseas. These schools are ranked among the best in the world 

Good Schools Guide

Stover School is an associate of The Good Schools Guide.

What The Good Schools Guide says..

“All pupils agree full-heartedly on two things at Stover. Firstly, it’s friendly. And secondly, the food is excellent. We saw long queues of hungry pupils looking forward to the curry of the day. One said, ‘I love Roastie Wednesday and Fishy Friday!’ The Millennium building is modern and bright with science labs downstairs, and Maths upstairs. Floor to ceiling windows, new equipment and colourful murals by a teacher make the labs cheerful and inviting. Fish, gerbils and even an adopted stray ginger cat add to the happy vibe here. Extensive…” READ MORE

The Independent Association of Prep Schools

Stover Preparatory School is a member of The Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS). IAPS is a professional organisation representing the head teachers of around 600 of the world’s leading prep schools. Founded in 1892 it is the largest Head’s Association in the Independent Schools Council.


The Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students (AEGIS) is the authoritative association for inspecting and accrediting UK Guardianship organisations in accordance with a strict code of practice and UK child care legislation.


The Independent Schools’ Bursars Association (ISBA) supports and advises the bursars and senior management staff of more than 1000 independent schools across the UK and overseas. 

Boarding Schools Association

The Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) is the United Kingdom association serving and representing member boarding schools, training staff, and promoting boarding education.

Society of Heads

The Society of Heads is a dynamic and vibrant community of independent schools, who share innovative ideas and approaches to learning. The overarching aim is to help provide appropriate and balanced curriculums within schools, which actively foster and develop key attributes in pupils.

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