Welcome to Coln House School. It is my pleasure, as Headteacher, to welcome you to our website. We hope this will show you how committed we are to providing the highest possible quality of education for both boys and girls. We hope that you will also be able to see that our excellent reputation is well founded.
Each child is treated as an individual and strong pastoral support from the outset creates an atmosphere of security and cooperation. Relationships between staff and students are based on mutual trust. Discipline is firm but fair. This is a friendly school - it is important to us that your child should feel safe, valued and happy....
Coln House School have completed Level 5 of the 'RHS Campaign for School Gardening' benchmark scheme and therefore are now a 'Five Star Gardening School'.
Ben P and Mr Renton enjoyed an evening of entertainment provided by Gloucester Rugby Club.
Two lucky boys had a wonderful opportunity to visit the Talland School of Equitation.
From Nov 18th to Nov 22nd, the whole school took part in Anti-Bullying week.
A team of students and staff helped plant new tubs in Fairford.
A project led by Richard Lewis and Anthony Little is demonstrating how the challenges that are embedded into the school's curriculum can be used to raise and support aspirations for pupils.
For the second year, The Alter Ego Theatre Group were invited to Coln House on 27th November to act out 'Chelsea's Choice'.
Many pupils from our school have already engaged in evening music sessions with musician and music producer Barney Witts.
On Monday 25th November, Scott W, Ben P and Josh N went with Mrs Hooper and Mrs Goode to see a play performed on Bristol Temple Meads railway station.
Coln House school is voted number one in the Cotswolds and has won funding from the Lloyds Bank Community Fund
Jack visited business mentor Terry Pudwell, who runs a company called Assuria. Assuria design security software and are one of the world leaders in this field.
Photos and videos from the Snowdon trip are now online at http://www.challenges.colnhouseschool.org/snowdonia.html
Check out the first release from the Colnies, as part of our Anti-Bullying Campaign. The song is called "The Victim Talks Back"
Coln House School Governor Nicholas Ford attending an awards ceremony for Junior Cadets along with Year 10 Pupil Scott W
Coln House Pupils were honoured to help Saskia prepare and deliver these beautiful arrangements to 'Peter Lang Children's Trust 10th Anniversary Education Achievement Awards' held in the Gold Cup Room at Cheltenham Racecourse on 21st November 2013.
On Children in Need day, the students all worked together to pack, wrap and label several shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child, the charity run by the Samaritans Purse.
Staff and pupils held a raffle and cake sale at break today in aid of Children in Need.
Three staff and five boys were lucky enough to go to Kingsholm Stadium and watch Gloucester v Japan.
Six intrepid students and their mentors from Coln House summitted Snowdon today on the 2013 Snowdonia challenge.