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The start of the spring term would have seen the return of football to the school PE curri More...

Niso was named as one of 2019's Top 10 Rare Rising Stars. More...

We all had a favourite teacher, one who showed us kindness, gave up high marks for a piece More...

In 1990 Claremont hosted a reunion for staff and alumni who had attended Claremont and Fan More...

A selection of photographs from a Claremont School prospectus remind us how different scho More...

In 2006 a group of Claremont Fan Court School Sixth Form pupils travelled to New York City More...

This week we have found more photographs from the Lower Junior School, but can you help us More...

School News

Virtual careers library

The evening combined a series of live Q&A sessions, and a catalogue of pre-recorded career talks, giving a brief insight into their own career pathway… More...

COVID 19 testing centre at CFCS

To be faithful means to put your trust and confidence in someone or something. More...

Courage

Courage is not necessarily about hitting the headlines. It is about having the confidence to stand up for what is right and seeking to effect change b… More...

Alumni Newletters

In this autumn edition alumna Sarah Willis spreads some sunshine with her project to marry the music of Mozart with the … More...

In this summer edition we hear from alumni working on the front line during the COVID-19 pandemic and learn about the gr… More...

In this spring term edition we welcome back former pupil and wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan, catch up on alumni ne… More...

Heritage News

The mansion still contains many original features dating from the time it was first built for Robert Clive in 1774. One … More...

The milestone is a scheduled ancient monument, gives the distance to Cornhill, Westminster Bridge and Newcastle House by… More...

Thanks to a generous donation, the Stable Court clock will be renovated and reinstated as part of the Phase 1.2 masterpl… More...

Have you ever wondered what happens at Claremont when the pupils leave for summer? More...

Vic and Jock's grave, Claremont

The Duke of Albany's much-loved dogs, Vic and Jock, were laid to rest at Claremont and a small headstone can still be found at the back of the mansion More...

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