Pattisons is a small, friendly non-selective school for children aged 3 to 16 which achieves excellent results with pupils of all abilities.The School`s Aims and Philosophy
In January 2006 Pattison College was 7th nationally, according to the Value Added Measure, which rates progress made from KS3 to G.C.S.E. In 2004 it was 11th for progress made from KS2 to G.C.S.E. and 16th in 2003.
The school underwent very successful Ofsted inspection in November 2004 and January 2005 (Early Years). Read the Ofsted report.
A 100% A-C grades was achieved in 2004, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999 & 1998 G.C.S.E. Examinations.
Pupils are taught in small classes, allowing for individual attention in a sheltered environment, which gives children the confidence to develop to their full potential.
The school is not academically selective and will accept pupils whom it considers would benefit from a traditional education where discipline, hard work, consideration for others and good manners are an important part of the school ethos.
The Performing Arts - Dance, Drama and Music, are an integral part of the curriculum in the Prep School and feature strongly in the extra curricula activities in the Senior School , contributing greatly to the individual`s confidence and self esteem.
Come and see for yourself! Prospective pupils are welcome to spend a day with us. There is no stressful Entrance Examination.
- To place the needs of the individual at the heart of all we do.
- To provide a stimulating environment that will encourage pupils to develop into responsible, self - disciplined and considerate young people and to fufil their highest potential.
- To care for all members of the school equally and value all that they achieve, whatever their individual skills, talents, interests, abilities and backgrounds.
- To provide a balanced curriculum based on the National Curriculum but not bound by it, ensuring that pupils have the opportunity to develop their artistic and creative talents through Music and Dance and Drama.
- To take advantage of the continuity afforded to us, by having pupils from nursery age through to at least 16, thus avoiding disruptive breaks in the education process.