Welcome to Egerton Rothesay School – rated excellent in all areas by the ISI


Egerton Rothesay is a non-selective school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, with a mainstream curriculum catering for children in years 3 – 13. We provide the necessary support to access this curriculum for pupils who need specialist input within school because of a specific educational need – such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language needs or an autistic spectrum condition.


We believe that learning should be focused on the individual and should be about preparing each child for life after school not just exams. As part of this we have a Sixth Form where pupils can have additional time for qualification in a supportive environment before college or work, with a wide range of vocational and academic courses.

ERS delivers a broad education and we provide pupils with a range of individually tailored strategies to support their learning needs and development. This means a unique and relevant education for each student. Our education promotes life skills and social skills to help make the next transition – whether to our Sixth Form or to college – and to prepare pupils for everyday life.


Learning within a supportive environment and with one-to-one help available, our pupils exceed their expectations and move on to their next choice of education or work, including many who go on to colleges and university.


Most of our pupils are either funded by their parents or by one of the 17 different LEAs who pay for, or contribute to, the cost of pupils attending ERS when they feel that we have the best facilities and environment for particular statemented pupils. Pupils come from a range of backgrounds and our catchment area extends over a 35-mile radius – including Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, and North London boroughs such as Hillingdon, Enfield, Barnet and Haringey – with many parents choosing to use our bus service for their child.


Please look through our website to see how we operate, whom we can help and the range of subjects and activities that make up the learning experience. Further information regarding our Admissions process is on the relevant tab together with dates of any planned Open Days. 


If after looking through the website you think that ERS might be the right place for your child, please arrange a visit or ask for more information by contacting our Registrar via email registrar@eger-roth.co.uk