The Arts Educational School (London) A GSG School
- The Arts Educational School (London)
Cone Ripman House
14 Bath Road
- Head: Mr Adrian Blake
- T 020 8987 6600
- F 020 8987 6601
- E email@example.com
- W www.artsed.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 11 to 18
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Hounslow
- Pupils: 230
- Religion: Christian Inter-denominational
- Fees: £14,500 - £15,860 pa
- Open days: November
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What the Good Schools Guide says..
Everyone praised the ‘positive competitiveness’ the school fosters, and insisted that no matter who got which part, ‘we’re in it together, we work as a team.’ Chances to shine abound. ‘If you audition for a part and you don’t get...
What the school says...
Arts educational School, London, offers high class academic and vocational performing arts education to talented performers. Consistently high all-round standards make the school academically the highest ranked school of its type in the country.
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Performing arts specialist school
What The Good Schools Guide saysEveryone praised the ‘positive competitiveness’ the school fosters, and insisted that no matter who got which part, ‘we’re in it together, we work as a team.’ Chances to shine abound. ‘If you audition for a part and you don’t get it, you know there’ll always be another opportunity,’ a level-headed teenager told us. ‘We offer developmental opportunities throughout the year,’ confirmed the head, ‘and parents will see their children do any number of things.’ ‘Watching your children in demonstrations of work is amazing; you can see them and their cohort growing in confidence,’ agreed a parent.
Since 2012, Mr Adrian Blake (40s) BEd MAPgDip NPQH. Trained as an actor and worked professionally before finding he liked education and retraining. Started his career as lecturer in performing arts at North East Surrey College of Technology, followed