Egerton Rothesay School is an independent school with a mainstream curriculum that has developed a high level of expertise and practical experience in helping children with a wide range of needs, including dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language difficulties, as well as those who have a more general learning problem. Whilst some of our pupils have tried other larger mainstream schools, the smaller supportive ERS classes (from four up to approximately 12 pupils) have enabled them to have greater academic success– enabling them to feel confident and happy about themselves and their achievements, often for the first time.
Our curriculum is broad and balanced. In the younger years it provides a learning environment where pupils can develop the skills and personal qualities to make a smooth transition to the senior school. They then move to a subject based curriculum and later take a variety of GCSEs, BTECs and other nationally recognised qualifications.
Headteacher: Mr Colin Parker