The Grange, Monmouth Preparatory School A GSG School
- The Grange, Monmouth Preparatory School
- Head: Mr Neil Shaw
- T 01600 715930
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.habs-monmouth.org
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 7 to 11
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Monmouthshire
- Pupils: 132
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: Day £10,452; Boarding £18,999 pa
- Open days: Early October, mid-January and mid-May
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Monmouth School
What The Good Schools Guide says..
The Grange is super-eco-aware and there are areas for veg gardening whose produce is ceremoniously served at lunchtime. In the wildlife pond, underwater life is taken lightly enough for everyone to enjoy invasion by a small plastic crocodile......
What the school says...
With a new, purpose-built school, state of the art facilities and a team of experienced and dedicated teaching staff, The Grange, Monmouth Preparatory School offers the best possible learning environment for your son. The highly-qualified staff are passionate about teaching and with strong male and female role models, they motivate and challenge boys to achieve their own personal best and instil a lifelong love of learning. Boarders at The Grange live in Chapel House a delightful Georgian building with extensive grounds ideal for building dens and dedicated staff creating a home from home for our younger boarders.
Sport is an important element of life at The Grange, and each boy has the chance to represent the School in a variety of sports from rugby, football and cricket to athletics, cross-country, swimming and tennis. Adjacent to the Monmouth School Sports Complex, the boys are just a step way from the 25m pool, indoor sports facilities, astro-turf and 25 acres of sports pitches. Music too is extremely popular, boys are encouraged to join the orchestra, band and choir; concerts are a large feature of school life.
We would love to show you around our school and Chapel House our boarding house for boys from 9 - 13. To arrange a visit or to discuss the forthcoming entrance please contact the school. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysThe Grange is super-eco-aware and there are areas for veg gardening whose produce is ceremoniously served at lunchtime. In the wildlife pond, underwater life is taken lightly enough for everyone to enjoy invasion by a small plastic crocodile...
Since September 2016, Mr Neil Shaw, previously head of Westonbirt Prep. Read geography at Exeter, PGCE at Nottingham, MA Loughborough. Began career at St George’s Edgbaston and became deputy head. His first headship was at Kingswood School, Solihull. Married with two young children, he enjoys cricket, walking and geocaching, a high-tech cross between orienteering and a treasure hunt.
Entry at 7+ though other stages considered if places available. Report from previous school and informal written assessment and interview during a morning in school. Boarding from 9 at Chapel House, which is the junior boarding house for Monmouth School, serving...