Claremont School
TYPE OF SCHOOL:Private School for Coeducation
AGES:5-18 yrs

01424 751555
Claremont School is situated 70km south of London in the County of East Sussex, close to the historic towns of Battle and Hastings. Claremont Independent School established in 1925 is a co-educational day and boarding school for children aged 1-18 years. There are approximately 600 students across two sites, including 2% overseas students. Overseas students are accepted from the age of 11 to 18 years. We have a highly experienced staff with a long success record of preparing children for GCSE and A Level examinations and University entrance, as well as outstanding facilities over 3 sites including state of the art boarding unit.
Study Options for Overseas Students: GCSE, AS Level (Pre - A Level), A Level, University Foundation Course (from September 2016).
  • Rated as ‘Outstanding’ in all areas by inspectors appointed by the Department of Education in the recent Ofsted inspection.
  • Newly refurbished Boarding House
  • Modern, purpose designed Sixth Form Centre
  • Excellent academic results are the result of a carefully structured curriculum, outstanding teaching and a culture that values hard work and effort, as well as creativity and ingenuity.
  • Outstanding and very experienced teachers providing individual attention to all students as necessary.
  • Thorough preparation for GCSE’s and A level examiniations and University entrance.
  • Small classes with the emphasis on differentiation and helping the individual students as often as necessary
  • A culture that promotes learning, discovery, creativity and exploration, and also one that challenges and questions traditional methods and procedures.
  • A broad co-curricular programme including many clubs such as horseriding, golf, tennis, mountain biking, sport and fitness, as well as community projects and links with local schools and Bodiam Castle.
  • Ranked 2nd place in the league table in Susse
  • Pass rate of A-Level reaches 100%, with 95% of all grades at A or B grade equivalent
  • GCSE:
90% of students achieved five or more A*-C, including English and Maths;
41% of all the school’s GCSE grades were A*/A’s

  • A-Levels:
Rate of all grades at A*-A—30%,A-B—75%,A-C—92%
Most graduate was admitted to The Russell Group, with some of them admitted to Oxford or Cambridge University
  • Art:
Raffiella Chapman playing the role of daughter of Hawking in the film “The Theory of Everything” was widely praised of her lively performance;
Emily Kelly performed brilliantly in BBC “Casualty”, known as a child star.