John Colet School is an independent, multi-faith, co-educational infants and primary school in Belrose. We offer a culture based on traditional values and a strong emphasis on ethical, spiritual and character development. The school’s extended curriculum stretches students and provides a rounded education with first class results. We provide stimulating and enriching content for all students including Shakespeare, philosophy, classical and modern languages and choral singing.

A hot, freshly prepared vegetarian lunch is provided daily in our dining hall. Our peaceful bushland campus has good transport links and after school care is available.


  1. Georgia & Lewis
    Georgia & Lewis

    Elliot came to John Colet School in 5th class, after four years of trying different schools and different settings in search of a school that was right for him. By the end of the first week he whispered in my ear that he’d hit the jackpot: he’d found a place he really belonged.

    20 August 2015 at 1:43 pm
  2. Seana Smith
    Seana Smith

    I’ve had two boys go right through John Colet and have another two children at school there now. I feel that the school is a warm and caring place, for the children and for the parents too. My children’s abilities vary very widely and include one with additional needs: they have all been well cared for and well educated at John Colet. The annual Shakespeare plays are absolutely marvellous for the kids’ confidence.

    18 July 2014 at 6:05 pm

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