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....
Since September the Year 11 boys from from Coln House School, Fairford have been involved with organising and participating in maintenance activities at Berry Hill Primary School, Coleford. The students included Lucas, Ryan, Scott, Rhys and Kieran.
Our amazing music room has been built to create more therapeutic and relaxing environment for our students. This could not be done without the help of Coln St Aldwyn's Children's Group who raised money at their local summer fete and donated it to our school and also the Friends of Coln House Charity.
Colnside has opened as a separate unit at the end of the drive as you come in. It is staffed by Mr Wilsmer, Miss Jones and Mrs Alderman.
To mark Anti-Bullying week Coln House School undertook a variety of different tasks, both to raise awareness and support the national campaign. Click on the image to see some samples of the students work.
Race Night raises £1700
21 November 2014
An enthusiastic crowd of race goers were in attendance at the inaugural race night which took place at Coln House School on Friday 21st November.
Diwali is the Hindu 'Festival of Lights', this year it was celebrated at the end of October, and the pupils at Coln House learnt about it.
Some of the Aldsworth boys have started to take up Samba drumming at Community Classes in Cirencester, hosted by Ola Samba!
The annual Quenington Bonfire Night was a great success. All the fireworks were made by Richard Wilkinson, Chair of Governors at Coln House. The local charity event is organised by the Quenington Bulldogs, supporters of Coln House School.