Claremont Fan Court School GCSE results day

It has been such a pleasure to welcome our Year 11 pupils back today to award their GCSE grades. After a messy and stressful few months for all concerned, it has been delightful to see such joy on their faces.

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20th August 2020 — It has been such a pleasure to welcome our Year 11 pupils back today to award their GCSE grades. After a messy and stressful few months for all concerned, it has been delightful to see such joy on their faces.

Some will of course feel the injustice that they did not have the chance to sit an exam, but their grades were evidenced by the strong work and outcomes they achieved when in school and are much deserved.

We look forward to welcoming them back into school as sixth formers in September.

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About Claremont Fan Court School

We are a gently selective co-educational independent school for children aged from 2 1/2 to 18 years, situated in Esher, Surrey.

At Claremont, there is a space for every kind of individual to find their niche and thrive within it. We invest in pupils' character, so Claremont students can unlock potential they didn’t even know they had, and achieve what seemed impossible. Staff and pupils are enabled to support and extend the atmosphere of respect, courtesy, love of learning and the value of friendship held dear at our school.

We have 100 acres of historic landscaped grounds to offer a wide range of fully co-ed sports, a brand new science and technology building with outstanding facilities and a broad curriculum of arts, alongside over 60 co-curricular activities including dissection, dragon's den, yoga and Lego clubs. 

Our teaching philosophy is to link academic rigour and the value of good character. The academic programme ensures that pupils attain the highest qualifications of which they are capable. The pastoral curriculum includes three weekly assemblies, discussing the importance of contributing positively to school and home and weekly PSHE lessons. Behavioural standards are high and pupils develop and value respect for peers, teachers, the school and greater society.


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