Welcome to Lambrook

"It gives me enormous pleasure to welcome you to Lambrook; a school which we believe is one of the most exciting, thriving and happy places that any child would wish to grow up in."

Jonathan Perry - Headmaster

Latest News

  • Headmaster's Notes

    date posted: Friday 21 Nov 2014
    Lovers of the arts had a wealth of performances to enjoy this past week, beginning with our Middle and Senior School Informal Concert on Saturday. Once again, I was struck by the confidence the children displayed in their performances and how they engaged and captivated an enthralled audience in the DJC. Poor Charlie Ottley had a big act to follow! I am so pleased to hear that many parents enjoyed this renowned documentary maker’s introduction to a part of the world unknown to many of us. These regular talks on a variety of topics remain an important part of our Saturday School schedule. Do feel free to let us know if you have a topic or suggestion in mind for future events.
  • Match Report: Rugby v Eagle House and Hoe Bridge

    date posted: Thursday 20 Nov 2014
    With the mud much more in evidence now it seems the natural thing to do to switch to the oval ball. The Lambrook boys took to the ‘new’ sport with passion winning eight out of the ten matches played – a fine start to the season.
  • Senior Chapel Choir Sings at Daniel’s Department Store, Windsor

    date posted: Thursday 20 Nov 2014




    The crowds of shoppers at Daniel’s Deparment Store in Windsor were superbly entertained by the Senior Chapel Choir on Wednesday evening. Their performance of carols old and new, including beautiful solos by Hayley Canham, Molly Senior, Lucy Storey and Elizabeth Knight, clearly brought early festive cheer to all. 

  • Match Report: Highfield Liphook U13 Netball Tournament

    date posted: Thursday 20 Nov 2014

    We were delighted to win the Highfield Liphook Netball Tournament playing the tournament hosts in the final. Highfield started extremely well scoring the first 3 goals without Lambrook touching the ball. With Lambrook playing on the back foot, we found it hard to score goals and at half-time we were 6-3 down. After the team talk the girls were more determined to turn the game around and with that we scored 5 goals in a row and ended the game in a draw! The girls played exceptionally well and ended the 5 minute extra time with an overall nail-biting score of 15-12!

  • IAPS Hockey National Finals

    date posted: Thursday 20 Nov 2014

    After a rather long and interesting journey the evening before (where Miss Fowle managed to get lost so often that Hayden and Miss Bartlett were ready to get out and walk up to Derby for the Nationals) the girls were ready to face some fantastic teams.