We are a values based village school and see this as our foundation stone.
As part of the Bedfordshire Schools Trust (BEST), a vibrant learning community, we benefit from both support and services.
Welcome and thank you for your interest in our school.
We are a values based village school and see this as our foundation stone. We offer a warm nurturing environment with an emphasis on outdoor learning where children are treated as individuals.
We are part of the Bedfordshire Schools Trust (BEST), a vibrant learning community, and benefit from both support and services.
Exemplary pastoral care and the support and guidance given to all children are the foundations on which pupils' extremely positive attitudes to learning are developed. Our close partnership with Parents also reinforces this.
Children know how to be healthy, reflecting the school’s Healthy School status and keep themselves safe.
We offer a rich, exciting curriculum, friendly and knowledgeable teachers and a fantastic environment. We believe we can offer your child an excellent education!
Parent Quote “Gravenhurst has a wonderful culture of identifying and responding to the individual personalities and needs of each pupil and their families, and thereby helping them to thrive. This is not an easy thing to do and something everyone should be extremely proud of. We will always be grateful for the two and half years the girls have had at Gravenhurst and the grounding, confidence, friendship, opportunities and exceptional teaching they have been given…..” June 2018
If you have any questions or would like to visit our lovely school, please contact Mrs Davison in the School Office.
Mrs D Randall, Gravenhurst Academy Principal
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Please see below the documents for the BEST Admissions policy. Consultation letter on th...Read More
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Red Nose Day is on Friday so children may wear non-uniform and can choose to wear something red if they wish. A donation to comic relief is much appreciated.
RT @WorldBookDayUK: When you've got your £1 World Book Day book token, make sure you head to your local book shop & swap it for one of our...
So many amazing costumes by children and staff for #WorldBookDay https://t.co/7yUPoK85xK
Reminder that World Book Day is on Thursday. Children can dress up as a character from their favourite book!
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