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ARTSED


Address: Cone Ripman House 14 Bath Road, Chiswick, London W4 1LY Locale: London Telephone: 020 8987 6600 Email: pupils@artsed.co.uk Ages: Prep & Senior Gender: Co-Ed Type: Day Day Cost: £12,050 Total number of pupils: 196 Website: www.artsed.co.uk Head Teacher: Greg Beavis President: Lord Lloyd Webber


ArtsEd received an excellent report from the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) January 2011: The full report can be viewed at www. artsed.co.uk. ArtsEd provides an environment where the creativity of students is nurtured through the performing arts and the academic curriculum in equal measure. Specialising in dance or drama, each pupil in years 7-11 has the opportunity to achieve at his/her highest standard through a delicately balanced academic, vocational, cultural and social curriculum. Headteacher’s philosophy: Arts Educational Schools London is a unique and exciting establishment. We pride ourselves on balancing high academic achievement with outstanding teaching and achievement in the performing arts. The school provides a caring, supportive and happy environment, where the students have the opportunity to maximise their talents. Academic development is given as high a priority as the vocational work, in order to ensure the success and progress of students. Students in the sixth form study in far greater depth those subjects in which they hold the greatest interest, while complementing this experience with the - equally important - study and development of performance skills. The sixth form has a dedicated


team of tutors who are strongly committed to the success and wellbeing of students, and there is a closely structured programme of pastoral care. If you can not attend one of our open evenings, school tours are available by appointment throughout the year. Please contact the admissions secretary to book an appointment at pupils@artsed.co.uk


36 FirstEleven Autumn 2011


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