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Independent Schools - Prep & Secondary - for Nottingham

Independent Schools for Nottingham - private preparatory and senior schools. Prep schools age 8 yrs to 11yrs or 13 yrs. Senior schools age 11yrs or 13 yrs to 18yrs. Some independent schools have a pre-prep department (age 3 to 8yrs) as well as prep and senior schools. Independent schools can be co-educational or single sex.

Secondary Schools

Nottingham High School

Waverley Mount, Nottingham NG7 4ED, UK – 0115 978 6056

The High School is the most prestigious school in the region and one of the best independent secondary schools in the United Kingdom. I have been in the school for quite a while now and it is definitely a school with outstanding teaching, but what makes this school a great place to study is that teachers are willing to spend their own personal time to assist students. The High School also offers a lot of co-curricular activities alongside general academic subjects, which adds to how diverse the School's range of activities are. Pastoral care is also excellent. Staff at the school are professional, well trained, willing to help and certainly not greedy for money (as many other reviews say) as I have personally been at the School. I would definitely recommend this School and it is well worth the money.

Nottingham high school is one of the best schools in England, not just for its phenomenal teachings but the warm feel it has for new pupils. I myself joined yr 7 and it has already been an experience of a lifeetime. I certainly recommend this school! -Will

Ellis Guilford School

Bar Ln, Nottingham NG6 0HT, UK – 0115 913 1338

It was pretty good but half of the teachers had no control and the students were horrible but I still got good grades :)

Good and bad parts of the school. My Son enjoys it but his reading skills have gone down the toilet since leaving Primary school. His projected grades are amazing, but I really can't see why, when I see the quality of his work. Sadly this reflects on my poor parenting for not continuing doing workbooks with him at home, once he started at this school. He's now coming to the end of year 9 and digging his heels in when I try and help him.

Nottingham Girls' High School

9 Arboretum St, Nottingham NG1 4JB, UK – 0115 941 7663

Just amazing!

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Independent Schools

St Josephs Independent School and Nursery

33 Derby Rd, Nottingham NG1 5AW, UK – 0115 941 8356

I have nothing but praise and thanks for St. Joseph’s School. My son joined in Year 6 and has had his best year of school so far. He has absolutely loved every day going to school: academically with the lessons being taught and, personally, with the friendships he has formed. All of the staff throughout the school are really welcoming and friendly. A special thanks to Miss Drinkwater who has been amazing in every aspect and someone whom my son has high regard for. He will dearly miss St. Joseph’s, but it has also prepared him for the next stage of his education. Our only regret was not discovering St. Joseph’s sooner.

The staff at this nursery are lovely caring people who only have the children's best interest at heart. I have worked here since i was a student and have loved every minute of it. I'm now a fully qualified nursery nurse and i know i couldn't of achieved this without the amazing support of all the staff and children. Don't just take my word for it, why not pop in and meet everyone. You wont be disappointed.

Hollygirt School

Elm Ave, Nottingham NG3 4GF, UK – 0115 958 0596

As a former pupil of Hollygirt I only have praise. A wonderful school with small class sizes that really allowed the teachers to get the best out of us. We also had the chance to do lots of other things such as sport and music and always had fun!

St Augustine

Mapperley Rd, Nottingham NG3 4JS, UK – 0115 915 6995

Good

Local Authority Schools - Primary & Secondary Schools

Local Authority primary and secondary schools for NG7 4AA . LEA primary schools age 4yrs (the year in which a child is 5) to 11yrs. Secondary schools age 11yrs to 16yrs or 18 yrs. Each school has a local catchment area.

Primary Schools

Haydn Primary School

Haydn Rd, Nottingham NG5 2JU, UK – 0115 915 0193

I go to this school I'm in year five and I love this school

I think it's a brilliant school but i think a few students aren't very keen on the provided meals

Robert Shaw Primary School

Southfield Road, Western Boulevard, Nottingham NG8 3PL, UK – 0115 915 5765

Good

Southwold Primary School and Early Years Centre

Kennington Rd, Nottingham NG8 1QD, UK – 0115 915 5756

Local school that serves the bottom end of Radford/Wollaton and western boulevard.

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