'George Abbot is an outstanding school that gives excellent value for money' OFSTED
2014-15 Another set of strong GCSE results for George Abbot Students: 76% 5 A*- C with English and Maths
'We are privileged to be able to send our son to such an exceptional state school' Parent comment OFSTED
'The Sixth Form is outstanding. Leadership and management are excellent' OFSTED
'Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding' OFSTED
'The school strives for excellence, benefiting from its openness and self-critical approach' OFSTED
'Pupils feel very safe in the school and have an excellent understanding of healthy-living issues' OFSTED
'A specialist school for the visual arts and richly deserves the accolades that it receives' OFSTED
'Teachers have very good subject knowledge and plan exceptionally well' OFSTED
'The way in which you develop confident young people, readily take on responsibilities and make a very valuable contribution to the community' OFSTED
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