Founded in 1642, New Hall School, Chelmsford, is the oldest Catholic school in England that has always taken girls. Following the establishment of its new charitable status as New Hall School Trust in 2005, in a pioneering move the former convent school opened its doors to senior boys.

Between the ages of 11 – 16 pupils are educated in a single-sex classes but with the benefit of a mixed environment.

New Hall is a strong and thriving community, set in a stunning location in the heart of the Home Counties, just 30 minutes by train from London. Students can board from ages 8-18 in one of 4 boarding houses. High academic expectations and achievements, together with outstanding pastoral care and exceptional drama, music and sports facilities and provision, together make New Hall a wonderful place to be educated.