Coordinates: 51°18′40″N 0°12′54″W / 51.311°N 0.215°W
|Motto||"Floret Qui Laborat"|
|Department for Education URN||EY337953 Tables|
|Head teacher||Simon Collins|
|Age||2 to 11|
Aberdour School, founded in 1933, is a co-educational preparatory school for ages 2–11 in Burgh Heath (near Banstead), Surrey, England. It is a nursery department, pre-preparatory school and preparatory school, and covers 14 acres (57,000 m2), 10 of which are playing fields.
Aberdour was founded in 1933 by R.M.D Grange as a boys' boarding school. In 1971 Aberdour School became an educational charitable trust and is now administered by a board of governors. In 1994 it became a co-educational school and its first intake of girls was welcomed with the newly opened nursery.
2010, Royal Society of Chemistry's Bill Bryson Science Prize.
2010, TES Independent School Awards, Head of the Year - Winner
2013, TES Independent School Awards, Outstanding Financial/Commercial Initiative - Winner