This is a Headstart bespoke summer school site.

About Letchworth, Hertfordshire

Letchworth, officially Letchworth Garden City, is a town in Hertfordshire. As one of the world’s first planned community and the first garden city, Letchworth had great influence on future town planning and the new towns movement in post-World War II era. Letchworth was one of the ancient parishes of Hertfordshire with parish church of St Mary the Virgin built in 12th or 13th century. Letchworth is also the home to one of the UK’s largest colonies of black squirrels and muntjac deer.

St. Francis College, Letchworth

Founded in 1933, St Francis’ College is a boarding and day school for girls in Letchworth, Hertfordshire providing a modern education based on Christian principles. The aim of St Francis’ College is to provide a stimulating education, based on Christian values, which enables young women to thrive in an ever-changing global environment. St Francis’ College is within the Letchworth Conservation Area managing by Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation.

Facility: Sports field, tennis and netball courts, theatre and chapel, common rooms and adjacent grassed sports/playing area, Prep PE hall