Aims and Ethos

Gryphon School: Sherborne

Who we are

The Gryphon School is an outstanding Church of England school and academy in the Diocese of Salisbury. We are at the heart of the Sherborne community which is a centre of educational excellence.

The Gryphon admits students from age 11 to 19; our Sixth Form is one of the largest and most successful in the country. We attract students from a large rural catchment area across North and West Dorset as well as South Somerset.

We are proud to be one of the best schools in the country.

Our Mission

We support and encourage every student to strive for the highest possible levels of academic achievement alongside developing the personal attributes and qualities to thrive and make a positive contribution throughout life.

What we value – The Gryphon ethos

  • Our students come first
  • Enjoyment, with hard work, and going the extra mile
  • Friendliness and strong sense of community
  • Support and care for everyone and each other
  • Integrity, manners and honesty
  • Inquisitiveness through a breadth of opportunities and experiences
  • An engaging, calm and purposeful learning environment
  • Leadership, aspiration and ambition
  • Pride, quality and excellence – the details matter

Our ethos is founded upon Christian values as a Church of England School in the Diocese of Salisbury. We are a UNICEF Rights Respecting School.


 

 

The Gryphon School - Facebook 24 May

Our Design Technician George has been busy upcycling an old palette into a blackboard for the garden at Little Gryphons Nursery School

The Gryphon School - Facebook 22 May

Well done to Portia and her horse, Tommy, who represented The Gryphon at the National Schools Equestrian Association One Day Event At Moreton Equestrian Centre over the weekend. They came 7th overall and have qualified for the NSEA championships in October!

The Gryphon School - Facebook 15 May

Good luck to all our Year 11 and Year 13 students whose exams started today!

SNOW CLOSURE

The Gryphon School is CLOSED today due to icy conditions on site.