Gosfield School

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Gosfield School
100 - 200 acres
Motto Disce aus discede
Established 1929
Type Independent
Principal Mr Guy Martyn
Location Gosfield School, Cut Hedge Park, Halstead Road
Gosfield, Halstead
51°56′42″N 0°36′09″E / 51.9451°N 0.6026°E / 51.9451; 0.6026Coordinates: 51°56′42″N 0°36′09″E / 51.9451°N 0.6026°E / 51.9451; 0.6026
Local authority Essex
Students 250[1]
Houses 3
Website www.gosfieldschool.org.uk

Gosfield School is an English co-educational independent school in Gosfield, in the Braintree district of Essex. It was founded in 1929.


The school is housed in a mid-nineteenth century building[2] sited in 110 acres[3] of parkland. The school also features a onsite, fully accredited forest school[4].


The school has three houses, Nevil, Tudor and Woodstock.[5]


  1. ^ Martyn, Guy. "Welcome". Gosfield School. Gosfield School. Retrieved 9 April 2018. 
  2. ^ "Gosfield School". British Listed Buildings. 1984. Retrieved 9 April 2018. 
  3. ^ "Gosfield School Open Mornings". www.gosfieldschool.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-04-09. 
  4. ^ "How private schools are risking their charitable status | The Spectator". The Spectator. 2017-04-01. Retrieved 2018-04-09. 
  5. ^ "Gosfield School: Prep School Guide" (PDF). Gosfield School. 2017. p. 7.