The Paragon School A GSG School
- The Paragon School
- Head: Mr Andrew Harvey
- T 01225 310837
- F 01225 427980
- E admissions.par…arkschools.com
- W www.paragonschool.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 3 to 11
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Bath and North East Somerset
- Pupils: 267
- Religion: Christian
- Fees: £8,745 - £9,735 pa
- Open days: Open days throughout the year and parents welcome to make an appointment to visit any time.
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: Prior Park College
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Its seven and a half secluded acres comprise pitches, both Astro and grass, a conventional playground for younger children but – gloriously - masses of wooded slopes too, complete with a yurt and a tepee. Head, parents and children all...
What the school says...
Many factors help create the distinctive Paragon Atmosphere. Our emphasis on laughter and having fun... on being stimulated and inspired... the way we bring our lessons alive... our Christian ethos and strong morale framework... our caring atmosphere... being based in a beautiful Georgian house with stunning grounds and woodland... the way we involve parents and members of the local community its these and much more.
We're proud of our consistently impressive academic results but we strive for much more than success in exams. We believe in nurturing and developing the whole child intellectually, physically, spiritually as well as emotionally. As W B Yeats said: Education in not filling a bucket but lighting a fire. We want to light a fire that will burn brightly, lighting up your childs life long after they have left The Paragon. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysIts seven and a half secluded acres comprise pitches, both Astro and grass, a conventional playground for younger children but – gloriously - masses of wooded slopes too, complete with a yurt and a tepee. Head, parents and children all very keen...
Since 2012, Andrew Harvey BA PGCE (late 30s). Brought up and educated in Dorset (Milton Abbey) with a degree in history and theology from the University of Derby, he taught briefly before joining the Royal Dragoon Guards for three years ‘mainly for the rugby – but also the leadership values’, though he always intended to return to teaching; ‘I’d conk out if I did it for 40 years, though’. Mr Harvey’s career has been forged in prep schools (most recently Lambrook), except for a stint as head of pastoral care at Sherfield School, and...