Here you will find warmth, friendliness and happy children who just want to ask questions and discover more – be it about music or maths, French or fractions, archery or atoms - learning at Bootham is challenging and fun. Set in its own spacious campus with sports field, tennis courts, Forest School, age specific play areas, gardens and a yurt, there’s a lot going on both inside and outside the classroom. Bootham describes its style of education as ‘Adventurous and Liberating’ where children are expected to take a world view from a very young age. The curriculum sets a steadily challenging pace as children move through new levels of skill and understanding. With a foundation going back to 1823 and an ethical outlook rooted in Quaker values, Bootham has a longstanding reputation for excellence.