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Independent Schools - Prep & Secondary - for Innsworth

Independent Schools for Innsworth - private preparatory and senior schools. Prep schools age 8 yrs to 11yrs or 13 yrs. Senior schools age 11yrs or 13 yrs to 18yrs. Some independent schools have a pre-prep department (age 3 to 8yrs) as well as prep and senior schools. Independent schools can be co-educational or single sex.

Secondary Schools

Gloucester Academy

Painswick Rd, Gloucester GL4 6RN, UK – 01452 428800

I think this school is a great place to learn. The staff is always cheerful and so nice, they always greet you with a huge smile. Teachers are mostly very helpful and always willing to go through things that the students might struggle with. I believe that the EAL team deserves special acknowledgement as they deliver an enormous amount of help and support to the students from other countries. I was one of them, and without the ladies from the EAL team I would not be able to achieve so much. I cannot express in words how grateful I am. However, there is a reason why I decided to give the school only 4/5 stars. I believe I am not the only one who faced multiple problems with cash machines in school. On multiple occasions I experienced problems with them, as the machine took my money without changing the balance on my account. Every time I reported a problem, people responsible for these machines stated that the machine had not register my money, therefore they were unable to give them back. This resulted in me not only loosing money but ending up hungry without lunch for the rest of the day.

This school is great for students who are facing problems and need to talk with someone. Lessons are more active so you can learn physical fitness. The other lessons are fun because you learn more than one thing at a time Such as in History you would learn about William the Conqueror not just about what he did but who he was.

Millbrook Academy

Mill Ln, Brockworth GL3 4QF, UK – 01452 863372

School has really improved rated it 1 star last year this year give it 5 they have new behavior policy children come out good from it! recommend alot. ALSO SCHOOL IS TO HAVE A NEW BUILDING FOR NEXT YEAR REFUBISHING WHOLE SCHOOL AND ONLY LEAVING SCIENCE AND BUSINESS CENTER!

Churchdown School Academy

Winston Rd, Churchdown, Gloucester GL3 2RB, UK – 01452 713340

I'm Italian, I've been in that school for only one year yet, it was enough to fall in love with it

Super duper my son is going there (he loves it)

Independent Schools

Focus School - Gloucester Campus

7 Eastbrook Rd, Gloucester GL4 3DB, UK – 01452 417722

Local Authority Schools - Primary & Secondary Schools

Local Authority primary and secondary schools for GL3 1HW . LEA primary schools age 4yrs (the year in which a child is 5) to 11yrs. Secondary schools age 11yrs to 16yrs or 18 yrs. Each school has a local catchment area.

Primary Schools

Abbeymead Primary School

Mead Rd, Abbeymead, Gloucester GL4 5YS, UK – 01452 371710

My daughter has recently started here and she’s developed so much in a short space of time.

Lovely school- shame about the headmaster

Barnwood Church of England Primary School

Colin Rd, Barnwood, Gloucester GL4 3JP, UK – 01452 617135

It is the worst school ever because I go there

Brilliant school always there for you

Coney Hill Community Primary School

Coney Hill Rd, Gloucester GL4 4NA, UK – 01452 522734

Coney Hill Primary Has 5-Star learning and keep the children excited with different themes every term. As a student of Coney Hill, I had an amazing time with no struggles. The teachers can get to know the children and understand where they don't understand their learning. As of Year 6 SATS wise, The teachers understand where there is dips in the children's learning so they'll put that little more take to the subject. As when I was there, Franctions were one of the harder things in our class so the teachers took notice and slipt us into group. Orange/Yellow group were to learn fractions. Green were to practice adding and subtracting them and Red were to learn to multiply and divide them. Coney Hill Community Primary School is one of the best school I ever went to. : }