The Crescent School, Bilton
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The Crescent School is an Independent Preparatory Coeducational Day School for pupils aged 3 – 11+ in Bilton, Rugby, Warwickshire, England. Originally founded in 1948 (having informally started in 1946) as a school for the children of Rugby School masters, it was housed in Rugby School buildings. Having opened its doors to children living in Rugby and the surrounding district, it out–grew its premises and, in 1988, purchased a purpose built school in Bilton, a leafy, residential suburb approximately 2 miles south of Rugby town centre.
There are currently 167 pupils on role including 19 children aged 3–4 in the very successful Nursery department. The headmaster is a member of IAPS and the school is an accredited member of ISC, having undergone ISI and Ofsted inspections.
Crescent School Promise: As a member of the Crescent School I will do my best to:
- Treat others as I would like to be treated myself
- Be kind and helpful
- Share with others
- Forgive others
- Be gentle
- Look after property
- Work hard
- Listen to people
- Be honest and not cover up the truth