We are a small and welcoming school whose core purpose is to develop the potential of every person in our community. As a Church of England school, Christian values underpin our ethos and everything that we do. A specialist school in humanities.
Grey Court School
At Grey Court School, we provide outstanding education for all our students and were delighted when, this year, Ofsted graded our school ‘Outstanding’ overall and ‘Outstanding’ in each of the categories of achievement, teaching and learning, behaviour and safety, and leadership and management. A specialist school in science, mathematics and computing. All students do a minimum of 12 hours of cooking within the Design and technology curriculum and from this year students can go on to study the AQA course at GCSE. There is also the Jamie Oliver Home Cooking Skills BTEC offered to students who do not take a language at GCSE level.
Hampton Academy is an exciting and innovative school rooted firmly in its local community. Our vision is to prepare students for a 21st century future by developing their independent learning skills and making creative use of the latest technology. We welcome students of all abilities and heritages, believing every child can achieve with us more than they thought possible. Specialising in the arts.
Orleans Park School
Orleans Park is a popular and thriving community committed to individual and collective success. The happiness, progress and achievement of pupils are at the centre of all that we do. We are very proud to be judged ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, November 2010. A specialist college in mathematics, computing and language.
Richmond Park Academy
Richmond Park Academy is on a journey towards excellence. In November 2012, Ofsted reported that we were a good school in all categories. The inspector wrote “Leaders and managers share a commitment to drive up standards, provide a broad and sturdy foundation for students’ future wellbeing and establish the academy as the school of choice within its locality.” We specialise in english, maths, ICT and business.
St Richard Reynolds Catholic High School
At the heart of Catholic education lies the Christian vision of the human person. This vision is expressed and explored in religious education and worship, which plays a vital part in the life of faith of our school. The college is committed to providing children with an inspiring, pupil-centred academic experience in which Catholic religious education is the core subject within an engaging and stimulating curriculum. Excellence in academic achievement is sought in all subject areas: mathematics, English, sciences, modern and classical languages, the humanities, art and technology, physical education and competitive sport, and there will be a particular specialism in music. Specialising in music.
Through a combination of effective teaching and learning, and high student and teacher expectations, we have once again achieved high GCSE examination results. In addition, we have achieved regional and national successes in sport and the arts. Specialist Arts College.
Everything we do is based on an ethos where we treat every student as an individual who needs personalised support and learning programmes to meet their specific needs and ambitions. To do this, we have developed an innovative curriculum, combining an academically rigorous approach to the core subjects such as maths and English, with an exciting thematic, problem-solving approach. This gives students the personal learning and thinking skills they will need throughout their school life and into the future. Specialist digital technology and sports college.