International Agent Zone

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Welcome

Francoise Armstrong
Francoise Armstrong Deputy Head (International) and Director of Boarding

This page is designed specifically with International agents in mind following requests from our partners to have all essential information and media relating to Claremont School and our Boarding provision in one place.   Here you will find links to quick reference guides, Prospectuses, Fee information, Boarding films,  virtual tours of our sites as well as information about the Admissions process.  We hope it will help you explain all that Claremont has to offer to any clients seeking an outstanding education for their child at a UK Boarding school.

We are very proud of all our international students’ achievements and are often humbled by their enthusiasm and determination to fully immerse themselves in student life at Claremont. We offer a safe, happy and quintessentially British boarding experience in a multicultural environment where everyone is welcome, listened to and respected.  A wide range of co-curricular and weekend activity programmes ensure that all international students have access to a rich and diverse range and fulfilling learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. We also believe that our close proximity to London and the coast also makes Claremont a great choice of school for all international families looking to place their children in a safe UK location within easy reach of the Capital and its airports, as well as main travel links into Europe.

Being a member of the International Schools Partnership (ISP) has brought with it long-term financial security,  renewed investment and the opportunity to realise our ambitions to further develop our extensive grounds and already impressive facilities across our school sites.  We are proud of and regularly celebrate our cultural diversity at Claremont, and to be part of an exciting network of schools all over the world means that we are able to enrich students’ learning even further by way of international leadership conferences and the ever-popular ISP Buddy Exchange and Model United Nations programmes.  International students are fully integrated into the school community which makes for a rich and vibrant study and social environment.

We hope these pages will answer many of the questions you have, however, as always, we welcome your feedback so please contact us if there is anything more specific that you need to know.

Claremont at a Glance

Gender Co-Educational
Founded 1925 (Prep School) and 2011 (Senior School)
Age Range 3 months to 18 years
Age Range of Boarders 11 to 18 years (separate Girls and Boys Boarding Houses)
Total number of students 680
Total number of Boarders 100
Boarding Options Full and Flexi Boarding available (to include 1 term only).
Educational Programmes
  • Two Year GCSE courses (Mathematics / English (or EAL) and Science are compulsory subjects)
  • Year 11 Access Course (for students who join aged 15-16 who intend to take A levels at Claremont).
  • BTEC
  • A Levels
  • Extended Professional Qualifications (EPQs)
Extension Courses
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme (Bronze, Silver and Gold)
  • Arts Award
  • Gold Arts Award
  • Sports Leadership Award
Well known for
  • Creative and Performing Arts
  • Football Academy
  • Ideal location (in the beautiful East Sussex countryside, close to London and near the seaside).

 

Claremont School
Nursery & Prep

Ebdens Hill, Baldslow, St. Leonards-on-Sea
East Sussex, TN37 7PW
01424 751555

Claremont School
Senior and Sixth Form

Bodiam, Nr. Robertsbridge,
East Sussex, TN32 5UJ
01580 830396

Claremont School
Clyde House

Clyde Ho/258 Sedlescombe Road North,
Hastings, Saint Leonards-on-sea TN37 7JL
01424 233000

Claremont School
Pyke House

Claremont Boarding House Upper Lake,
Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0AN
01424 775332

Claremont School
French Study Centre

La Maison Claremont,
14 rue de l'arbalete,
62500, St Omer

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