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  1. Masooma Zaidi (Parent) said on 26th Mar 2014 at 9:42 am

    What a fresh change, really loving this new website. Not only that its look is up to date but also information shared is also amazing as you can access website in so many diffrent languages. The best part is that children and parents will be able to access homework given to each year group online. This will help parents to know in their free time what kind of help will be needed for the child every week without having to look for their bags or wait for the time till they come home from school.

  2. Daniela Burge said on 26th Mar 2014 at 8:21 pm

    Excellent website everything now is so clear on what is going on in school. Online payments are also so easy to make through the website. The school on a whole has made a lot of changes for the better, more resources for the children which after all is the most important thing.

  3. Margaret Neve said on 27th Mar 2014 at 2:25 pm

    Excellent website – interesting to look at as a visitor and easy to use.

  4. Jo Rhys-Jones said on 30th Mar 2014 at 12:25 pm

    What a crisp and clear website! Here at Hiltingbury Juniors (and given my prior role at HIAS), we are all particularly impressed with the language options – so inclusive and it makes the entire site all very accessible and welcoming. I enjoyed looking at the photos in the gallery (especially World Book Day – great ‘Where’s Wally’ characters. With my IT hat on, it looks very secure too, with no names identifiable. I wonder if long term children will also be able to contribute directly to the site themselves? Perhaps they already are?
    Great site – thank you for sharing!

  5. Aileen Viney said on 2nd Apr 2014 at 9:27 am

    Really great web site, not too busy but very informative. One school web site I looked at recently had up dates throughout the day via blogs and another had a time line of school history where past pupils wrote in and added their memories of the school.
    You have all worked really hard on this.
    Well done!

  6. Helen Blanchard said on 1st May 2014 at 3:36 pm

    It was a real privilege and a pleasure to work with some of The Grange’s pupils in the mathematics workshops on 29th April. Their positive behaviour for learning and their ‘can do’ attitude ensured that they all, without exception, achieved well in the workshops. More importantly, these attributes will stand the pupils in good stead for their future learning. Pupils don’t acquire these characteristics without skilful teaching, so well done to all the staff at The Grange.

  7. Christine Tutt said on 2nd May 2014 at 5:13 pm

    I loved the website. I tried various links and they were all up to date and working. It is very time-consuming to keep a website topical and informative for a wide range of users but this website seemed to do that very well. Good to see the homework due dates and to know what the next project would be. I enjoyed the Book Week photos in the gallery. Well done to all concerned.

  8. Darren Neve said on 3rd May 2014 at 5:37 pm

    Thank you Mrs. Tutt. (Mrs. Tutt used to be Mr. Neve’s old French teacher :-O )

  9. Bob Cox said on 7th May 2014 at 12:28 pm

    I have had the pleasure of developing a long term partnership with The Grange and working with staff as a consultant. Everyone is so vibrant and creative. The new website reflects this and shows just how much staff are inspiring the pupils. I have taught pupils from The Grange at my Saturday Challenge school and they are bubbling with ideas! Congratulations too on recent links with schools from across the county and on a long term vision for teaching and learning.
    Bob Cox, Director of ‘Searching for Excellence Ltd’

  10. Jessica said on 12th Sep 2014 at 6:10 pm

    My teacher Miss Crummay is really nice.

  11. Jessica said on 9th Oct 2014 at 5:16 pm

    Whats homewerck this week?

  12. Darren Neve said on 21st Oct 2014 at 10:15 am

    All homework is found on the pupils section under their year group’s homework.

  13. Charlotte Breckon and Jamie-Ann Rogers said on 2nd Mar 2015 at 9:37 am

    Can we come back please? We are sat here in year 10 maths and we can’t stop thinking about the memories we have at this school and how much we want to come back. We are laughing a lot.
    Shout out to our younger siblings, Molly Breckon and Ryan Rogers 🙂
    To all of the students at Grange,
    Make the most of it, be good, and have fun. Soon you will be here and wishing you could go back 🙂 <3

  14. helen Blanchard said on 27th Apr 2015 at 9:25 am

    What a great day on Friday! Once again, all the pupils involved in the maths workshops surpassed expectations, both in the work they produced and in their attitudes for learning. Pupils at The Grange School really know how to rise to a challenge!

  15. faye lasham ( yr 8) said on 27th Apr 2015 at 3:52 pm

    Hi guys I miss all of you. Hope to see you all soon love you guys. 🙂

  16. Katy Jones said on 30th Sep 2015 at 2:40 pm

    What a wonderful school. Your students gave us a tour and we were so impressed with how polite, friendly and professional they were.
    Thank you for answering all our questions and making us feel so welcome.

  17. Jessica Neville 6w said on 27th Oct 2015 at 7:06 pm

    Half term rocks LOL
    DID YOU KNOW THAT YEAR 6 HAVE HOMEWORK!!!

  18. Faye lasham year 9 said on 7th Jun 2016 at 3:45 pm

    hey guys i woud like to come vist the school but i am neary in year 10 and i have to get ready for my gcses .i will come vist when i have time <3 <3 :):):):):)

  19. Savannah Barbour said on 21st Jun 2016 at 9:01 am

    Boy do I miss this school, the support from the students and teachers was outstanding. And now I’m year 8 almost year 9… Oh how time has flown. I love you guys, thanks for being there for me even when I wasn’t exactly there for you. 🙂 <3

  20. Darren Neve said on 7th Apr 2017 at 10:06 am

    Please get your mum or dad to email me Evie as per the letter. Thank you.

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