Our pupils leave to a wide range of day and boarding schools in the immediate area and beyond. We give great support and consideration to parents as to the next choice of school after Amesbury.

The school prepares children for such a wide range of different schools, based upon the individual child’s suitability for a senior school, and not their parent’s preconceived wishes. Long may this continue!

Parent – RSAcademic Parent Survey 2016

Schools to which we have sent pupils in the last 3 years:

Bedales, Beechen Cliff School, Benenden, Bohunt School, Bradfield College, Brighton College, Bryanston, Canford, Charterhouse, Churcher’s College, Cranleigh, Dollar Academy, Ecole André Chénier, Rabat, Morocco, Farnborough Hill, Frensham Heights, Guildford High School, Harrow School, Hazelgrove Preparatory School, Hurstpierpoint, King Edward’s School, Witley, King’s Bruton, Lewes Old Grammar School, Lord Mayor Treloar, Lord Wandsworth College, Marlborough College, Millfield, Portsmouth Grammar School, Prior’s Field, Royal Grammar School, Seaford College, Sedbergh Prep School, St Catherine’s, Bramley, St Mary’s Ascot, St Swithun’s, Stowe, Stowe, Summer Fields, The Petersfield School, The Portsmouth Grammar School, The Royal School, Tormead, Wellington College, Winchester College, Worth School.

Preparing children for lots of senior schools – an open choice is very good rather than feeding to one or two schools. Ability to make children confident individuals – not peas in a pod.

Parent – RSAcademic Parent Survey 2016

Scholarships

In the last 10 years 95 Scholarships have been achieved to schools including:

Bedales, Bradfield College, Brighton College, Bryanston, Canford, Charterhouse, Cranleigh, Frensham Heights, King Edward’s Witley, Lancing College, Lord Wandsworth College, Marlborough College, Millfield, Prior’s Field, Queen’s Taunton, Royal Grammar School Guildford, Rugby School, Seaford College, St Catherine’s Bramley, Talbot Heath School, The Portsmouth Grammar School, Wellington College, Worth School.

The focus on development of the individual as a whole and allowing them to develop into who they want to be – rather than forcing them down a specific route. The relaxed, but still very much working environment.

Parent – RSAcademic Parent Survey 2016

 

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