The Gregg School

The Gregg School is a co-educational independent school for girls and boys aged 11-16, with a roll of approximately 320 students.

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The Gregg School

The School has an outstanding reputation for providing a caring environment with a family atmosphere in which students are able to develop and learn with confidence and where academic, cultural and recreational pursuits combine to encourage an all round experience. Expectations are high, great value being placed on students’ development of personal and social skills, leading to an increased sense of responsibility.

Category: Senior

Pupils: Co-Education

Type: Day

Roll: 173 Boys / 115 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@gregg.southampton.sch.uk

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

2019/2020: £13,275 per annum

Affiliations/Memberships

ISC,  ISA

Reports

OPEN DAYS

All visits are welcome, please contact the school

2020.  For details please contact registrar@gregg.southampton.sch.uk

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    Well done to all of our awesome swimmers competing at Chobham School today in the ISA Swimming Competition. The Year 8 boys and Year 9/10 girls freestyle relay teams came 3rd as well as Ellie R and Alex D who also came 3rd in their races. The final results haven’t been released yet but the...

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    Well done to our Year 11 students who, despite wet weather over the weekend, passed their expedition section of their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award.

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