Student Feedback

We would like to share some comments from our most valued people – the students

When asked what do you think of Grafham Grange School, students have said…………

School is very good at building your self-confidence and helps your learning especially if you’re from a bad background. It is also good for activities as at my old school we never did anything like this.

 

It is a good school if you are from a troubled background and helps set you on the right path. The staff members are really friendly and the residential side is fun and you get to lots of activities.

 

After my years of experience at this school they have shown me how to take responsibility for myself and my actions.

 

My favourite lesson is maths because I get 1:1 support from the teacher which helps me feel as though I have a good chance in getting good GCSE results for the future.

 

When I first came to Grafham Grange School I felt lost and insecure, but my time here has allowed me to make good friends and to help me build my confidence. The staff are really good as well. I can talk to staff about anything, if I have a problem I know that staff will support me and help me through any problems I may have.

 

The activities are really good because we have a wide range to choose from. My favourite activity is football because I used to be an individual; Grafham Grange taught me how to play as a team.

And here is some feedback from Students who have left us

 

Thank you for everything from fighting about my college and for supporting me throughout Grafham Grange. You have done an amazing job and I could not thank you enough for that.

 

Thank you for everything you have changed my life around and made me a better person. I hope you do the same with others and I will come back and visit. Thank you. Grafham Grange, I will never forget you.

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

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