Welcome to Claremont Senior School

Claremont Senior School, founded in 2011, is a quite remarkable school, unbridled by the past, highly progressive and forward thinking, yet built upon a foundation of traditional values, considerable experience and a pro-active, common-sense attitude.

The school’s ethos is simple: to provide an exceptional learning environment alongside top quality teaching and guidance that allows every individual student to flourish and discover where their personal skills and interests lie. Since the school’s founding we are proud to have established an inspirational programme of academic and co-curricular opportunities. These have been totally inspired by the students who have joined the school and the exceptional team of teaching and administrative staff.

At the heart of this school lies one clear aim: to develop a positive attitude throughout the whole school community. We are not driven solely by academic results in the conventional sense, but work hard to instil the attitude that will lead to exceptional results for all our students.

In every area of their school experience, be that through their A Level and GCSE results, their co-curricular activities or their relationship with their friends and those around them, at Claremont Senior School we believe that this constructive approach allows our students to engage positively with the world and enables their character and talents to really shine.

This proactive attitude is fundamental to what we do and how we do it and it is what makes Claremont Senior School an unusual and profoundly enjoyable place to study and to work.

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Ofsted Inspection Report April 2016

The personal development of children, pupils and learners is outstanding. Pupils are incredibly proud of their school and rightly so. Their behaviour is exemplary and their personal progress is truly impressive. They develop quickly into intelligent, rounded young people who are ready to contribute their skills, knowledge and values to the wider world.

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Effectiveness of leadership and management


Quality of teaching, learning and assessment


Personal development, behaviour and welfare


Outcomes for pupils


Early years provision


Sixth form provision


Overall effectiveness at previous inspection