I like all the people and I like that it’s an all-boys school so you don’t have to worry about girls.
I like seeing my friends – they enjoy doing the same things I do and play the same games.
The teachers set up activities and give out sheets which are challenging and push you to do more. I enjoy a challenge.”Ojas, 8, recently joined
You work harder here. It’s important because I learn more in all of the subjects.
The teachers put the things we need to learn into games.
I like science and music most.
I had a big welcome when I got here.
I didn’t know my way around and lots of friends showed me.
I feel very encouraged to do well.
I look forward to after school clubs. I do cricket or whichever sport is in season.
The teachers make up games to help us learn. And when we finish our work we always get to do something fun, like go in the ICT suite.
Visiting the School
There are two Open Days in October and one in January and May every year. However, if you would like to arrange a mutually convenient appointment to discuss matters privately with Mrs Elaine Thomas, Head of the Grange, please contact her PA, Mrs Chris Hunt.
Please click below in order to download a pdf version of The Grange school registration form. This can be filled in and returned to: Mrs Chris Hunt, PA to Head of the Grange, The Grange, Hadnock Road, Monmouth, NP25 3NG or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Points of Entry
We normally admit new pupils in Year 3 at the start of the Autumn Term. However, we are prepared to consider applications for other year groups and at other times, subject to places being available.
Age 7 Entry Assessment
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