Gildredge House

Primary & Secondary
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This school has 8 parent reviews


Compton Place Road
Eastbourne
BN20 8AB
01323400650
Pupils
1099
Ages
4 - 19
Gender
Mixed
Type
Free school - Mainstream
4 1 1 2 3 4
NATIONAL AVG. 2.06
Ofsted Report
(28/11/18)
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68%
NATIONAL AVG. 60%
5+ GCSEs grade 9-4 (standard pass or above) including English and maths
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Gildredge House School provides for a range of age groups. It comprises an averagesized 11 to 16 secondary phase and a primary phase which currently caters for pupils from Reception Year up to Year 5. The school also has a sixth form, currently smaller than average but growing. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils with SEND is below the national average. The proportion of disadvantaged pupils is below the national average.

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Gildredge House Reviews

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BY PARENTS, FOR PARENTS

“Ignore the bad reviews”
AUTHOR:
"> Exceeded expectations on many levels. I would encourage prospective parents to go to the open evenings /days and make your own mind up.
“Warning if you child has additional needs”
AUTHOR:
"> I feel the school really let down my child. Ignored my child’s additional needs and allowed them to slip so far behind. My child’s now in another local school being fully supported and catching up. I'm glad I pulled them out when I did.
“Unprofessional”
AUTHOR:
"> My son applied to the sixth form and was accepted. The day after the Open Day he was informed that there only 8 A level options available, therefore forcing him to go elsewhere where there is not such a limited choice. In my opinion, this is very shortsighted and unprofessional.
“Very happy children”
AUTHOR:
"> My children absolutely love it here and have got involved in so many new things. Small classes, teachers who care and many after school clubs.
“A school for those who want to learn”
AUTHOR:
"> Amazed by some of the previous comments as both my children are thriving in a number of areas. Teachers really go the extra mile and having read biogs on website, they are clearly highly qualified-contrary to the libellous suggestion by others. As for 6th form, hard work produces good results at A level, teachers can only facilitate regardless of class size! If your child wants to learn, work hard and has reasonable social skills they will thrive at this school regardless of ability.
“Terrible Sixth Form”
AUTHOR:
"> The Head of Sixth Form is totally out of his depth. Many teachers are very inexperienced at A Level. Poor AS results despite tiny class sizes and creaming off the brightest students. Really disappointing. In my experience: great sales front but beware.
“Go elsewhere”
AUTHOR:
"> I 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 to do it again. After pulling our children out of the school, we found that majority of the teachers are not qualified to teach the subjects. If you get a chance to watch the kids playing sport on the field you will notice the teachers are not even involved but on their phones! Have found out so much more about this school since and I am just glad to have pulled my children out in time and it is fantastic to see them smile again. Good luck to all those that enter their children here.
“fabulous gildredge house”
AUTHOR:
"> I have a son at this school and a daughter about to start, a fantastic school, couldn't be happier - my son has excelled in the 2 years he has attended. Interestingly, we live just outside the catchment stated by this site, backing onto the downs and we got in!!
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