The school means my life so far it teaches me a lot. I enjoy the playground especially the pirate ship. We like Art, PE and Science. We get taught Maths, English, Art, Geography and Science. There’s so much to do and I enjoy school.

Will

You get to do fun things in the lessons and we go on lots of trips.

Nakeisha

From the moment we first considered sending our son to Argyle House School, all our questions were answered fully and openly. Although our son (Jamie) has only been at Argyle House School for 3 weeks, he already feels that he belongs!

The induction process for our son has been smooth, well planned, stress free and has undoubtedly enabled him to settle very quickly and happily into an unfamiliar environment.

Our son is seen and valued as an individual, whom we are sure will flourish emotionally, socially and academically, in a supportive environment. Now at Argyle House School our son is once again enthused to learn.

Our child is thriving and flourishing in a positive atmosphere, where children want to learn and are encouraged and supported to do so.

We have found everyone (children, office staff, teachers, caretaker and headmaster) to be friendly, approachable, welcoming and helpful.

Everyone matters at Argyle House School!

Mr and Mrs Shaw

Since Laura joined Argyle House School I am delighted with her academic progress and amazed at how easily she settled in. There are numerous additional clubs Laura enjoys and she thoroughly enjoys coming to school.

Her performance is fed back regularly and the teaching staff are approachable and on hand for any queries.

Mr and Mrs Benson

The small size of the senior school enables staff to know each student's individual strengths and weaknesses. A major strength of the school is pastoral care as the staff get to know pupils from an early age in the primary department through to the end of the senior school.

Mrs Watt

Before & After School Care

Before School Care

Children are supervised from 8:00am onwards by one of the teaching staff. At the moment there is no breakfast club, but we hope to have this in operation soon.

After School Care

Children are supervised in a late room up until 5.45pm, in here they can enjoy TV, Nintendo Wii and games or finish their homework with help on hand.

However, many extra curricular activities run at lunchtime and after school:

EYFS Department

  • Young Dragons
  • Speech and Drama
  • Dancing
  • Art and Craft
  • DVD
  • Gymnastics
  • Games Club
  • Futsal

Infant / Junior Department

  • Karate
  • Speech and Drama
  • Dancing
  • DVD
  • Homework
  • Drama
  • Choir
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Games
  • Art and Craft
  • Instrumental
  • Chess
  • Futsal
  • Cricket
  • Tennis

Senior Department

  • Karate
  • Drama
  • Football
  • Rugby
  • Netball
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Choir
  • Instrumental
  • Revision
  • Magazine
  • House Competitions
  • Badminton
  • Chess
  • Digital Media
  • Futsal
  • Cricket
  • Tennis

There are no costs involved for before and after school care.