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Parent Governor Election 2015 
by A.Thomas
 01/05/2015 02:02 PM
Please see documents below for the forthcoming 'Parent Governor Election 2015':
 
Click here for an introductory statement by the 'Clerk to the Governors', Glynis Smith.
 
Click here for candidates' statements.
 
Click here for a ballot paper.
 
Skerne Lodge trip has arrived safely 
by C.Darnton
 24/04/2015 08:20 PM
 
Secretary of State for Education grants Gillotts School permission to sell 3.4 hectares of land 
by C.Darnton
 14/04/2015 04:21 PM

As part of the Neighbourhood Plan process, Gillotts Governing Body put 3.4 hectares of the school’s land forward for development. The Governing Body’s goal in doing so is to raise money to invest in the school’s sporting facilities, buildings and grounds....

 
March Parents Newsletter Attachment
by M Stubbington
 31/03/2015 10:09 AM
Please find attached the Parent's Newsletter for March.
 
Easter Reading List Attachment
by M Stubbington
 27/03/2015 02:40 PM
Please find attached the Reading List for the Easter Holidays. These are new books that are recommended for the respective age groups, and are to be used as suggestions.
Thank you 
 
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 Welcome to Gillotts...

 

Non Nobis Solum

Not by Ourselves Alone

 

 

Gillotts is a high performing school, committed to innovation and development.  Students make very good progress and achieve high academic standards as a consequence of the commitment and professionalism of our staff, and of the quality of the overall school experience.  We celebrate achievement in the widest sense and see everyone as an individual capable of growth, change and development.  We seek to communicate the joy of learning, fostering a spirit of enquiry and an independence of mind.  Working in partnership with parents, we prepare young people to become lifelong learners as a well as effective and responsible citizens, equipped with the skills for life and for work.

   
   Gillotts school is located in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. It occupies a 33 acre site on the edge of the town, incorporating a large Victorian manor house and two of its associated cottages. There are extensive playing fields, as well as areas of grass, trees and woodland. There is no doubt that the beauty of the site contributes significantly to the atmosphere of the school.


 

I hope that you will find much to interest you in these pages. If you would like to know more about the school, come to visit us. You would be very welcome.

Catharine Darnton

 

 
 

 History of Gillotts School

Click here for a fascinating history of Gillotts School.