Salisbury Cathedral School A GSG School
- Salisbury Cathedral School
The Old Bishop's Palace
1 The Close
- Head: Mr Clive Marriott
- T 01722 555300
- F 01722 410910
- E headsec@salisbury…athedralschool.com
- W www.salisburyc…dralschool.com
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 3 to 13
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Wiltshire
- Pupils: 208
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: Day £8,175 - £14,715; Boarding + £6,915 pa
- Open days: September, March and May
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
‘Music Circus’ in years 3 and 4 allows young musicians the chance to try out a wide range of instruments free of charge and determine which they would most like to play. Further up the school, young organists revel in the opportunity to play the cathedral’s Father Willis organ. Choristers play a full part in school life and are treated much the same as other pupils, although they clearly...
What the school says...
Salisbury Cathedral School offers 'all round inspiration' to happy, confident children. It is not only home to the Cathedral choirs but to many children with a huge range of interests and talents in other areas.
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Choir school - substantial scholarships and bursaries usually available for choristers.
What The Good Schools Guide says
Since 2013, Mr Clive Marriott MA BEd (40s). Educated at Queen Elizabeth’s School, Crediton and read geography at Winchester. Spent eight years in a large maintained primary school in mid Devon before spending 14 years as deputy head of St Paul’s Cathedral School. A very warm, welcoming and genuine man, he is clearly well liked by staff and pupils alike. Began as he means to go on by slimming down the management team, streamlining school process and appointing key stage coordinators to develop the curriculum.
Acknowledges the difficulty of driving some cultural changes, but says, ‘What keeps me going is the fact that I’m doing it for the children.’ Wants to ‘keep raising the bar’ of academic standards without losing sight of school’s breadth and happy ethos. It’s clear that...