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Clifton High pupils show their patriotic side


personal relationships between staff and pupils, and tutors are always on hand for every pupil who needs help. Meet the principal Dr Allison Neill Outstanding characteristics The school prides itself on excellent relationships between staff and pupils, creating a relaxed yet productive environment. Famous alumni Jo Durie (tennis player), Margaret Irwin (author) Term dates Autumn: 5 September – 14 December Spring: 8 January -22 March Summer: 15 April – 5 July Number of pupils 509, aged 4-18 Termly fees Prep: £2,635 Junior: £2,655 Upper: £3,780 • Clifton High School College Road, Clifton 0117 933 9087


cliftonhigh.bristol.sch.uk Downside


School The curriculum Everything is done so that students studying the broad range of subjects available at GCSE and A Level will achieve higher than anticipated. Extra-curricular activities Students are expected to participate in ‘co-curricular’ activities, such as debating, cadet force, music and sport. Religious denomination Catholic


Pastoral care The school is a tight community, and pastoral care is always on hand to pupils, who meet with tutors two or three times a week to monitor their progress and well-being. Meet the principal: Dom Leo Maidlow Davis “Outstanding examination results are the priority. The school has a thriving academic life with all pupils going on the top universities in the UK, USA and Europe.” Famous alumni Martin Newland (The Daily Telegraph), John Pope-Hennessy (former director of the British Museum), Gerald Maxwell (WW1 flying ace) Term dates Autumn: September 4 – 14 December Spring: 8 January – 22 March


Just one example of prize-winning creativity from Red Maids’ students.


Summer 14 April – 29 June Number of pupils 400, aged 11-18 Termly fees Senior school: £5,023 Plunkett House: £4,515 • Downside School Stratton on the Fosse, Radstock 01761 235100


admin@downside.co.uk Redland High


School The curriculum Redland High offers a range of core subjects and a number of subjects not covered by the National Curriculum. During years 7-11 pupils study subjects


Downside’s grounds are part of an ancient monastic community


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