Perrott Hill School A GSG School
- Perrott Hill School
- Head: Mr Tim Butcher
- T 01460 72051
- F 01460 78246
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.perrotthill.com
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 3 to 13
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Somerset
- Pupils: 220
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: Day £9,225- £14,400; Boarding £18,300- £22,080 pa
- Open days: October
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Nestled under the trees is forest school with a newly built roundhouse and large fire-pit. When we visited, it was alive with activity; one group was rubbing flints to make fire, another was learning to saw and a third group...
What the school says...
The phrase 'Time and Space for a Full Education' runs through everything we do here at Perrott Hill. As one would expect, this is delivered from an academic perspective, but it is the ability to enrich the children's lives with a vast number of different activities that explains why Perrott Hill is loved by the children and why the pupils look forward to coming to school and want to learn.
A talented and dedicated staff deliver a full programme of academic lessons, games sessions (five afternoons a week) and a huge variety of activities from horseriding and archery to craft and den building in the woods. Some 75% of children learn a musical instrument and Art and Drama are extremely popular throughout the school. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysNestled under the trees is forest school with a newly built roundhouse and large fire-pit. When we visited, it was alive with activity; one group was rubbing flints to make fire, another was learning to saw and a third group was making donuts – normal and gluten-free, of course. Other culinary delights have included wild garlic bread and nettle soup, all foraged and picked themselves.
Since 2015, Tim Butcher. Originally from Winchester, Tim was educated at The Pilgrims’ School, where he was a Quirister, and later at Lancing College. The ‘voice of an angel,’ parents told us, he is passionate about singing and after a stint of directing children’s theatre and working in holiday camps, he toyed with the idea of becoming a voice coach. However, marriage and a family steered him towards a teaching career...