Bohunt School is a dynamic learning community whose ethos is encapsulated by three simple words: enjoy, respect, achieve. We are an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’, mixed 11-16 Academy with more than 1600 students on roll. Our academic results place us amongst the top 20 schools nationally, thus we are the state school of choice for the local area and draw students from the surrounding region, including the counties of Surrey and West Sussex.

We were one of the first Languages Specialist Colleges in 1996 and our curriculum maintains a strong international flavor. We are in our sixth successful year of Clil language immersion (French, Spanish and Mandarin) teaching. We are a busy and vibrant school with high expectations and aspirations for all members of our learning community. We are also an Apple Regional Training Centre with three dynamic learning Centre’s equipped with Green screens, iMacs, iPads and iPods and a brand new ICT suite for our rapidly expanding computer Science curriculum.

We have an upgraded and refurbished Science Block with I-pads and sensors and a dedicated STEM room for our new STEM curriculum where we are working alongside Siemens, Young Engineers, Winchester Science Centre (formally INTECH) and the Science and Mathematics Learning Centre in Southampton to expand our provision of STEM and encourage more girls into engineering.

We are an accredited Centre for Duke of Edinburgh with one of the largest intakes in Hampshire. We are also an Artsmark Gold school, equipped to bring out the best in our students with dance studio, state of the art iPad band rooms and iMac suites in music, large drama and art studios and photography labs.

We have a long history of providing outstanding teacher training, from career entrants to leadership. Winner of the TES ‘Overall School of the year’ and ‘Secondary School of the Year’ Award 2014.


Standards, stability and success characterise our successful Academy. The Petersfield School is a stable, highly successful school serving south-east Hampshire and West Sussex. TPS welcomes students from a wide geographical area, who value the security, high academic standards and focus on education with character. Our 1250 students aged 11-16 thrive in an environment where behaviour is outstanding, relationships are excellent and opportunities are plentiful. Public examination results are always well above national averages and we focus on the individual success of every child.

We are celebrating our ‘diamond decade’ in 2015, as the region’s premier performing arts academy and are also continuing to expand our STEM provision both in the curriculum and with after school clubs and competitions.

We are an outstanding provider of teacher training all the way through from those at the very start of their careers and NQTs up to those training for leadership roles. We are an accredited centre for Duke of Edinburgh awards and take over 100 students successfully though Bronze or Silver awards every year.


Priory School is a popular, over-subscribed, inner city school at an exciting stage of its learning journey, with sponsor Bohunt Education Trust we are moving towards good and beyond! We have an excellent track record with Initial Teacher Training and established relationships with ‘Outstanding’ local providers. The question is ‘are you prepared for the challenge?’ Do you see the advantages of training first hand in two contrasting environments?

At Priory School we aim to inspire our pupils; help them become emotionally and socially mature; focus relentlessly on their progress; teach them to be truly independent and actively engaged in the life of the school and their world, so that by the time they leave they are:
– Empowered to make decisions
– Prepared to engage in debate
– Able to question representations and stereotypes
– Confident enough to take action
– Interested in recycling and repairing our planet
– Able to celebrate difference but recognise similarities
– Prepared to tackle injustice and abuse
– Able to think critically
– Able to see that the future is not pre-determined by the past

As a Sports College we also provide a very wide range of sporting opportunity which provides the focus for an outstanding Leadership Programme, through which students learn to become leaders through sport.


Eggar’s School prides itself on its high quality teaching, its exceptional care and support to all of its students, a curriculum that is innovative and personalised, and many exciting extra-curricular opportunities that develop our students’ creativity, talents and passion for learning.

Over the last five years we have been one of the highest performing schools in Hampshire and in the top 10% nationally. This is due to the relentless pursuit of outstanding teaching and learning, high quality professional development and a focus on each and every child.

We are smaller than the average school and this allows us to know our students really well. Class sizes are also smaller with a high ratio of adults working with the students. This creates a fantastic support network and an engaging school community.


The Rother Valley Schools are a group of fourteen rural primary schools. This covers 450 square miles of beautiful, rural Sussex and creates an outstanding learning environment within which to educate children. Indeed, children in the Rother Valley are increasingly taught through a Forest School’s approach to teaching and learning. Camelsdale Primary School with 221, 4-11 year old learners and 30 grown-ups too! We offer “A flying start to a learning life” where everyone matters and continues to learn in the Rother Valley. We follow the Camelsdale Way on a highly exciting, creative and memorable learning journey. Every day is like visiting Disneyland! The Camelsdale Way is all about developing learners who are focused on learning, being reflective, responsible, reciprocal, respectful, fit and healthy, caring and independent grown-ups and children too! Our school is an eco-forest school set in stunning school grounds. We all learn Spanish too! Join us and become an outstanding inspirational teacher it’s the best profession in the world. Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire!

Rake Church of England Primary School is a small village primary school with a friendly, family feel and a great reputation. It is a stimulating and supportive environment in which all children have the opportunity to develop their individual talents. Our school offers a vibrant and creative curriculum through well planned, focused teaching incorporating visits, after school clubs, use of our exceptional outdoor surroundings and sports field and outstanding musical opportunities. Displays are lively and interactive and they contribute to the positive ethos of the school and celebrate the excellent quality of the children’s learning. We are committed to ensuring that all children have equal access to the whole curriculum and are given equal opportunities to develop to their full potential in a safe and secure environment in partnership with parents and carers. The learning environment for the children in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 includes a fantastic outdoor learning area, fully utilised throughout the school.

Hollycombe School Aims to create a learning culture within a happy, secure, thoughtful, and stimulating environment, nurturing enquiring minds, and to provide an environment which raises self-esteem, ensuring everyone feels valued. To provide a broad and balanced curriculum that supports the needs of all children and to give our children the skills that enables them to become reflective, lifelong learners, and achieve levels of attainment in line with, or above the National Curriculum expectations. To encourage children to become independent learners, and foster respect and tolerance of others, the environment, religious, and moral values, as well as relationships between children, parents, staff and the wider community.


Chichester Free School, founded in September 2013 and judged Good in all areas by Ofsted in its first inspection this year, is a thriving through-school serving Chichester and surrounding areas. With a current pupil roll of 570 pupils, CFS was created by a group of parents to provide much-needed extra school places and a distinct approach to education, with a longer school day and an emphasis on academic rigour and participation in a wide range of activities. Ofsted highlighted the ‘strong and positive ethos in the school which permeates all aspects’ and the higher than national average of children making better than expected progress.

BOHUNT PRIMARY CLUSTER (Liphook Federation, Grayshott and Greatham)

Liphook CoFE Infant and Junior Schools
Welcome to Liphook Junior School we are located close to the centre of Liphook village in Hampshire. We serve the village and surrounding areas and share a large rural site with Liphook Infant School.

Our School is a learning community where all members of the school community are valued and respected. We strongly believe in a true partnership between home and school. The views and concerns of the parents and children are carefully considered and valued.

We pride ourselves on a caring and nurturing approach to learning, maintaining the high standards of achievement through excellent teaching and an individual approach to learning.

Our broad and balanced curriculum encourages and enables all children to achieve by giving them an opportunity to experience and develop a body of skills and knowledge.

We have an inspirational and dedicated team of teachers, LSAs and support staff throughout both schools who constantly share their knowledge to ensure the continuity of the children’s education.

At Liphook Infant and Junior Schools we strive to create an atmosphere which is friendly and inviting where children are safe, happy and healthy, and develop a lifelong love of learning. We encourage children to have a positive attitude and show respect to others and their surroundings. Our dedicated staff ensure every pupil is treated with care and sensitivity and that coming to school is an enjoyable experience.

The school offers a warm and welcoming environment in which children want to try new things, develop intellectually and physically and feel secure in their individual identity

Grayshott School is a Church of England School which is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The school provides a secure and caring environment where every child can grow and develop intellectually, socially and physically. We aim to make school an enjoyable and richly rewarding experience through the provision of excellent teaching and learning, and provide an inspiring and motivating curriculum.

Greatham Primary School
Fancy a challenge? Then come and learn with us!
Welcome to our picturesque school which is set in the small village of Greatham (nestled in the South Downs). The school began in 1911 and now has 7 classes catering for up to 210 children. We have the highest expectations of both children and adults in our school and all share in the belief that that every moment counts!
We are a school which requires improvement so we are therefore on an incredible learning journey towards good and beyond! You too could be a part of our hard working community in an atmosphere of mutual trust, respect, pride, care and understanding where learning is both creative and challenging!
We are very proud of our school, our children and what they are able to achieve. Learning is at the centre of our school ethos. We look forward to you joining us on the next stage of our exciting, inspirational journey!