How many students go to Dunraven?

How many students go to Dunraven?

1,728Dunraven sixth form school / Number of students

Is Dunraven a grammar school?

Dunraven School A GSG School. A state school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 18.

Is Dunraven a good sixth form?

The sixth form is outstanding and has sustained a track record of high achievement. Students perform exceptionally well and all gain places at university, college or on training courses. This school is larger than the average-sized all-through school.

How old is Dunraven school?

Dunraven School is a 4–18 mixed, all-through school and sixth form with academy status in Streatham, Greater London, England….

Dunraven School
Ofsted Reports
Head of school Guy Maidment Michaela Christian
Gender Mixed
Age range 4–18

What type of school is Dunraven school?

AcademyDunraven sixth form school / School type

What happened Dunraven Castle?

Owing to its rambling size, Dunraven Castle was as used as a convalescent hospital during World War one and World War Two. It’s contents and fittings were auctioned off and in 1963 Dunraven Castle was demolished.

What is the catchment area for Graveney school?

The catchment area for Graveney school, 2 and 4 years ago, was 0.38miles and 0.42miles respectively, so don’t know why your ex collegue’s children we not given a place whilst living on Welham Road.

Why was Dunraven Castle demolished?

Is Graveney School good?

In its most recent inspection, Ofsted has given Graveney School an overall rating of Outstanding. The inspection details are correct as of March 31, 2019.

Is Graveney School selective?

Graveney School is a Secondary school and Sixth Form with Academy status in the Furzedown area of Tooting, south-west London. The school has a partially selective admissions policy. At the beginning of 2015 Graveney was assessed in an Ofsted inspection report as ‘Outstanding’.

What is Dunraven School known for?

Dunraven School is an inner city coeducational secondary school and primary school with academy status located in Streatham in the London Borough of Lambeth. The school takes its name after the Earl Of Dunraven and had ties with the 7th Earl until his death in 2011.

What is the admissions policy at Dunraven?

The admissions policy at Dunraven was based on whether the applicant had a sibling at the school, social factors, medical need and how far away the applying student lived. By 2005, it had introduced an admissions test, placing pupils in one of five ability bands and subsequently taking one-fifth of its annual intake from each of these bands.

What is the risk assessment for Dunraven School?

As part of the response to the COVID-19 situation, Dunraven has an ongoing and detailed Risk Assessment for the opening of the school covering a range of issues including basic hygiene, PPE, cleaning, school routines and equipment. With the return to the new academic year in September 2021, the Risk Assessment has been reviewed and updated…

Will Rosendale and The Elmgreen schools join the Dunraven Educational Trust?

We are delighted to confirm that the proposal for Rosendale and The Elmgreen schools to join the Dunraven Educational Trust has been formally approved by the Regional Schools Commissioner. Please see the announcement on the DET website linked below: Trust Announcement