Claremont School, Bodiam, Robertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5UJ

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01424 751555

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Claremont is a happy, hard working centre of learning where every pupil ‘fits’ and can really be themselves. Set across two sites of extraordinary beauty, Claremont School distinguishes itself in this area of East Sussex as a co-educational day and boarding school for students aged 3 months to 18 years.  Judged by Ofsted to be Outstanding in all areas in the last 3 consecutive inspections, Claremont is a down to earth school with an unrelenting focus on giving students the best possible preparation for the world. We offer exceptional outdoor learning opportunities in 125 acres of stunning grounds and woodlands, superb on site facilities to include the newly completed Octagon building at our Bodiam site and constantly evolving co curricular programmes that inspire free-thinking, creativity, team spirit, community-mindedness and academic excellence.  We have a proven track record in preparing students thoroughly for the challenges of Senior School and for GCSE and A’ Levels. 

Being able to prepare young people for Maths degrees at Harvard as effectively as for Fashion courses in London is something all our staff are deeply proud of” – Ed Dickie, Senior SchoolHeadteacher

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