The Gregg School

The Gregg School is a co-educational independent school for girls and boys aged 11-16, with a roll of 360 students.

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    The Gregg School

    Set in 23 beautiful acres on the outskirts of Southampton, with a combination of charming grade 2 listed buildings and new, state-of-the-art, science and food and nutrition suites, The Gregg School offers an ideal learning environment. Students achieve their academic potential thanks to small class sizes, regular reviews, subject specific clubs and enhanced learning on school excursions. Great value is placed on students’ personal development through a wide range of co-curricular activities, leadership opportunities and excellent pastoral care. Students learn with confidence, develop independence and a sense of responsibility to carry them forward.

    Category: Senior

    Pupils: Co-Education

    Type: Day

    Roll: 208 Boys / 152 Girls

    Age Range: 11-16 Years

    Founded: 1901

    Location Description

    A magnificent country mansion set within 23 acres of landscaped grounds. We are ideally situated close to the A27 between Mansbridge and West End and within 5 minutes driving time of junctions 5 (airport) and 7 (Hedge End) of the M27.

    School Contact Details

    Headteacher: Mrs S Sellers

    Contact for enquiries:Mrs J Ekin, Registrar

    Townhill Park House, Cutbush Lane, Southampton, Hampshire

    Tel: 023 8047 2133

    Email: registrar@thegreggschools.org

    www.thegreggschool.org

    Facilities

    The School has excellent facilities for Art, Textiles and Design Technology. There is a Drama Atrium, School Hall, Design & Technology Suite and wireless laptops. Music plays a key role in school life, with students able to play in a wide range of ensembles, including Wind Band, Choir, String Orchestra, Jazz Band, Rock Band, Guitar ensemble and Flute Choir.

    The Gregg School has excellent sports fields, a cross county track and netball courts. Students are also able to access many excellent local offsite facilities which extends the range of sports offered to include activities such as sailing and ice-skating.

    Our Learning Support Department provides an environment in which students of all abilities are able to develop their self-esteem and self-confidence, and the skills needed to become independent learners.

    All students are encouraged to participate in a wide range of co-curricular activities from electronics, extreme sports and jewellery making to chess, film and cookery clubs. The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is available to students in the upper school.

    Scholarships

    Academic, Art, Music and Sport. Some bursaries are available.

    Fees

    2020/2021: £13,275 per annum

    Affiliations/Memberships

    ISC,  ISA

    Reports

    OPEN DAYS

    All visits are welcome, please contact the school

    Open Day: Saturday 26 Jun 2021 - Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    For details please contact  registrar@thegreggschools.org .

     

     

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