Buckswood School

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Coordinates: 50°54′07″N 0°37′48″E / 50.902°N 0.630°E / 50.902; 0.630

Buckswood School
Motto Ad Vitam Paramus
(To Life Prepared)
Established 1933
Type Independent
Headmaster / Principal Giles Sutton
Location Broomham Hall, Rye Road
Guestling, near Hastings
East Sussex
England
Staff 40+
Students 360
Gender Coeducational
Ages 10–19
Colours

Navy, maroon and gold

              
Publication Buckswood Newsletter
Headteacher Mark Redsell
Group Buckswood Education Group
Website www.buckswood.co.uk

Buckswood School is an independent school for boys and girls that was founded in 1933.

Originally the school was situated in Uckfield and known as Buckswood Grange School. In 2000, it re-located to the village of Guestling between the towns of Ashford and Hastings in East Sussex.

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Buckswood School currently boards 250 students from nearly fifty different countries, plus 200 local day pupils. Fees are roughly 11,000 pounds sterling per annum for day pupils and 25,000 pounds sterling per annum for boarders. Bursaries and scholarships are available to provide between a 10% and 30% discount for UK pupils.

Facilities offered on campus include an indoor swimming pool, a specialist football academy, riding stables, a dance academy, a basketball court, tennis courts and a performing arts centre.

Academically Buckswood offers GCSE and A Level programmes plus full EFL tuition for all overseas students. Buckswood School also offers the IB diploma.

The latest Ofsted report in October 2011 assessed the school good or outstanding in most categories.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Offsted inspection reports". Ofsted. Retrieved 16 August 2013. 

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