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  • Gildredge House
    Compton Place Road
    East Sussex
    BN20 8AB
  • Head: Mrs Lea Gilbert Ma (Oxon) Pgce Npqh
  • T 01323 400650
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  • A mainstream state school for pupils aged from 4 to 19
  • Boarding: No
  • Local authority: East Sussex
  • Pupils: 357
  • Religion: None
  • Current Ofsted grade: Outstanding on 3rd June 2015
  • Previous Ofsted grade: Outstanding on 3rd June 2015
  • Ofsted report: View the Ofsted report

What the school says...

Our Vision and Ethos

All students will be cooperative, confident, ambitious and successful regardless of their background.

We expect students to meet academic challenges, discover their passions, develop confidence, contribute positively to society, be resilient and become independent thinkers prepared for successful and fulfilling lives.

Gildredge House Offers:

continuity of education for boys and girls aged 4-19
a broad range of academic subjects promoting intellectual stimulation and inquiry
an expectation of high academic standards leading to 6th Form studies
small class sizes
strong discipline
excellent pastoral care
a solid foundation in the Lower School
an extended school day for older students
supervised prep
a broad range of extracurricular activities
specialism in Science and Technology
compulsory Sport, Art, Drama and Music
parent and community involvement

Students will be expected to:

meet academic challenges
discover their passions
develop confidence
contribute positively to society
be resilient
become independent thinkers
be prepared for successful and fulfilling lives
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What the parents say...

My child has just finished Year 7, has been involved in drama productions, sport, debates and much much more. Also made great academic progress. Recognised by OFSTED as outstanding. Data on here is a bit outdated as has over 400 pupils, soon to be 600 as it grows. Could not be happier!

Commented on 19th Jul 2015

This school has only been open since Sept 2013, yet is already hugely oversubscribed. My daughter has been in Year 7 for 10 months and has thrived. She has been in a school production, plays in the netball B team, has played rounders B team and loads of cricket. Academically, has made loads of progress and I could not have got more if I had paid for a private school. Small classes. loads of after school clubs, sport, drama... If all free schools were like this there would be no debate!

Commented on 15th Jun 2015

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