At Argyle House School there is a great sense of community. Teachers and pupils all know each other very well and the friendly and caring atmosphere makes the school a happy, enjoyable place to work.

Senior Teachers

Before teaching at Argyle House School I worked at several state comprehensive schools. This is the first school I have taught in where it is ‘cool’ to do well. Overall pupils here are a delight – they are polite, courteous, they want to learn and are keen to succeed.

Mrs Cahill

Having taught at Argyle House School for over 30 years, I have witnessed many changes. These have included a broader curriculum and improved facilities yet at its heart it still remains the same ethos and standards that were present all those years ago! A small school yes, but with even bigger aspirations.

Mr G Thompson

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 lessons in class at school are exciting. I think that school has lots of things to play with in the yard. I like all the activities. I think they are great as well as the trips. I like all the teachers I think that they sometimes are funny.

Hannah
Parental Involvement

The school views a positive partnership between the staff and the parents as crucial to the education and happiness of the children. Parents are welcome to visit their child’s classroom at both the beginning and end of the school day. Parents also help on school outings and are a valuable asset to many aspects of school life.

An active and flourishing Parent Teacher Association (PTA) organise a range of events, including yearly Christmas Fayre and Summer Fêtes. The PTA also organises an annual dinner dance for the staff and parents and friends of current and former pupils. Parents are invited to come to school and give short talks in selected assemblies. Carol services and school plays are also open to parents.