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St Ursulas ConventI would not recommend this school at all as they are only interested in getting results which is good but the way they do this is poor and to the detriment of the girls stress levels, they have no pas ...
Lovely SchoolAfter starting here half way though year 11, I found the Staff and Students very welcoming, everyone was really supportive and it didn't take long to settle into the school, as the staff were always e ...
Worst SchoolI found as a pupil at this establishment that the teaching was of very poor quality and the teaching staff were rude and unfair, as leaving this establishment half way into year 11, as the head teache ...
Lovely and Holistic SchoolMy children used to attend this school (2010 and 2014 )and I loved them being there. My daughters were both gifted and talented and they were continuously challenged and met at their levels. The ...
At your own and children's riskI had 3 children in 3 different years at this school. All 3 were having problems with bullying and the teachers, heads of years, deputy and head didn't do much about it other than tell the kids not t ...
Good school but....Do not appear to take any bullying seriously enough, other parents have mentioned this to me also.
satisfactory schooli studied at Leyton sixth form college for two years and overall, my experience was satisfactory. i studied History, Psychology and Sociology at A level. And i have to say, my sociology teacher was e ...
This is not a good schoolA worryingly arrogant head master combined with often average teachers urges me to suggest you do not send your child to this school. Having experienced first-hand the appalling attitude to bullying ...
A school that accepts bullyingI removed my son from Cransley after 6 years. He was fine until year 8 and was physically and psychologically assaulted persistently over 6 weeks. It was dealt with inadequately and the bullies are st ...
Very good - at least it wasMy children have now left but I have been reliably informed that standards have slipped and new policies and procedures are authoritarian and upsetting teachers and parents alike. I understand it has ...
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August is a busy month for parents, you’ll be getting your kids ready for school and may even be jetting off on a late summer holiday. However, for one group of parents it can be both an exciting and daunting month. Millions of children will walk into schools for the first time next month, leaving […]
Summer is winding down and a new school year is fast approaching. It will be all change as your children face new challenges and possibly even a new school. All the shops are wheeling out their back to school sales and you’ll be in the midst of a pile of paperwork planning the year ahead. […]