South Glos school admissions criteria and policies, lists of schools, school transport and special educational needs information.
Current and future school term dates are listed here.
We have vacancies for school crossing patrols at Crossways Infants/Juniors and Manorbrook Primary. They are for approximately 5 hours per week, working morning and afternoon shifts Monday – Friday, term time only. Training and uniform provided. Rate of pay is £7.65 per hour.
Please contact Wendy Feltham on 01454 863611 or by email for an informal discussion and application form.
Click the link below to see which local businesses are supporting the work of Marlwood School. Please contact Wendy Rimell for more information.
Tel: 01454 862591
On the eve of its fourth anniversary, Castle School's innovative and highly successful Premium Partnership scheme now has over 60 partners working closely with students and staff to make learning real, address the employability skills gap and prepare our young people for the world of work.
As a business, you can be involved through mentoring, networking, supporting CV and Interview skills workshops, offering work experience, speaking and being involved in the numerous projects we are running.
If you would like to find out how your business can join this thriving scheme, please contact Tess Wilkinson, Business Development Manager on email@example.com or Sarah MacIsaac, Business Development Coordinator by email below.
Tel: 01454 862124
Tel: 01454 862104
We are a family school, founded in 1947. The School is set in 28 acres of beautiful grounds. The 250 pupils from the Nursery (2-4 year olds) and the Lower School (4-7 year olds) through to the Upper School (7-14 year Olds) are able to continue as day children or as boarders (on a full-time, weekly or casual basis).
The Nursery school operates as an integral part of Early Years Department of school. The Nursery is housed in a separate building in the grounds of the school. Attached to these buildings there is a walled garden and paved area well equipped with outdoor play equipment.
Tockington BS32 4NY
Tel: 01454 613229
Almondsbury Primary School is situated in a most pleasant setting. The oldest part opened in 1894 and is now a listed building, and there are two newer sections. We have extensive grounds including two playgrounds and a large field, where we have installed a lovely gazebo.
The children are extremely talented and well behaved, excelling in sport and music. Our Healthy School ethos transcends the whole school and our kitchen offers a great selection of meals. The staff have high expectations of the children, who enjoy coming to school to learn and develop. The staff work collaboratively to ensure the children gain the best opportunities and experiences to ensure quality learning occurs.
We have a very strong Parents Association who work tirelessly to raise funds for school and support school developments.
We look forward to welcoming new and old parents, children and the community to enjoy events that take place at Almondsbury.
Sundays Hill, Almondsbury BS32 4DS
Tel: 01454 612517
Christ the King School is a small school of approximately 120 pupils welcoming both Catholic and non-Catholic children.
We offer all pupils a broad and balanced curriculum which enables them to develop their full potential within a supportive Christian environment. We have high expectations of our pupils and encourage them to become independent, self-motivated learners.
There is First Steps Pre-School on our site and an After-School Club available to pupils from 3.30–6pm Mondays – Thursdays.
Easton Hill Road, Thornbury BS35 1AW
Tel: 01454 866680
Crossways Infant School is a community school in Thornbury. With an intake of 60 pupils the school has two classes for each year from reception, aged from 4, until year 2.
For the area it serves Crossways Infant School is in the unique position of providing an excellent and wide ranging education specifically for infant age children, and is celebrated not just by academic success but by the breadth of the curriculum.
Knapp Road, Thornbury BS35 2HQ
Tel: 01454 867280
Crossways Junior School has an excellent reputation as a caring and successful school. We are proud of the range of opportunities and facilities we have to offer and will be very happy to show you round should you wish to visit.
We value our partnership with parents and believe this is essential to effective learning. We hope that all our children will view their time at Crossways as a positive, challenging and exciting experience.
Knapp Road, Thornbury BS35 2HQ
Tel: 01454 866566
Open since 1862, Gillingstool Primary School lies at the very heart of Thornbury.
We seek to provide an ethos that promotes high standards in learning and behaviour, where the development of the whole child takes place within a broad and balanced curriculum.
We work hard to create a sense of community within our school where everyone is valued and is helped to play an important role. We believe strongly in an active partnership between home and school and aim to ensure all those associated with the school realise they are members of a caring community. Indeed, our pupils will tell you that the most important aspect of our school is that everybody is welcome!
Headteacher: Mr Clive Riches
Gillingstool, Thornbury BS35 2EG
Tel: 01454 866527
We are proud of our school community. We try to provide an environment where children feel happy, secure and valued and where intellectual development and creativity are promoted. We encourage high standards in all areas of school life.
We believe a positive, co-operative partnership with parents is vital if your child is to make the most of the opportunities we offer at school.
Headteacher: Mrs Angela Evans
Park Road, Thornbury BS35 1JW
Tel: 01454 867225
At Marlwood we aim to:
Vattingstone Lane, Alveston BS35 3LA
Tel: 01454 862525
New Siblands is a special school that meets the needs of children with a wide spectrum of severe learning disabilities including autism, sensory and physical disabilities and who have a statement of special needs.
Gillingstool, Thornbury BS35 2EG
Tel: 01454 866754
Fax: 01454 866950
Hempton Lane, Almondsbury BS32 4AJ
On the outskirts of the village (less than 3 miles from Tytherington), Rangeworthy Primary is a happy, thriving village school with less than 60 pupils. We have small classes, experienced staff, excellent resources and quiet, rural surroundings. The school has an excellent record of results. We welcome visits from prospective parents at any time.
Church Lane, Wotton Road, Rangeworthy BS37 7ND
Tel: 01454 228425
An independent co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 6-19 with special educational needs in a holistic therapeutic environment on beautiful parkland and farmland on the edge of town. Education is based on the Rudolf Steiner Curriculum, in small classes with particular attention to the special needs of each individual and a high level of continuity between all those involved in education, care and therapy.
Thornbury Park, Park Road, Thornbury BS35 1HP
Tel: 01454 412194
Fax: 01454 411860
Filton Campus, Filton Avenue, Filton BS34 7AT
Tel: 0117 931 2121
We are a small village school serving the community of Cromhall and the surrounding area. Providing a happy, caring environment for your child to learn in is our priority. Children, staff and parents work very hard to ensure that the school is an important part of the local community, and there will be lots of opportunities for you to become involved not only in your child's education but also in aspects of village life.
Church Lane, Cromhall GL12 8AL
Tel: 01454 294498
Fax: 01454 294498
Greenhill, Alveston BS35 2QX
Tel: 01454 866530
Fax: 01454 866532
St. Mary’s is a place where girls and boys discover an early love of learning, based on Christian values. We offer a warm, welcoming and secure environment, in a school that believes in a strong sense of family community, in close partnership with the Church.
Church Road, Thornbury BS35 1HJ
Tel: 01454 866760
Our learning takes place within a well cared for environment with established grounds. We have superb specialist facilities in all areas. These features combine with high quality staff, delightful students and good home school links make this a flourishing school.
We see as one of our many strengths the creation of a community where children enjoy their learning.
We are proud of our tradition strong academic success and our recognition of individual talents and needs at every level.
The CSA supports our School Community by:
New faces are always welcome - we want to hear your ideas and promise we will not give you a job unless you want one!
Charfield Road, Tortworth GL12 8HG
Tel: 01454 260510