Church Rd, Street BA16 0AD, UK – 01458 442714
Unfortunately this review section has been raded by school children, ignore them, this is a great secondary school to learn in!
lovely school to do supply in, very supportive leadership team
Wells Rd, Glastonbury BA6 9BY, UK – 01458 832943
My daughter has been attending St Dunstan's since it was taken over by Midsomer Norton Multi Academy Trust. I have to say I have been very impress by they way the School has been turned around. Also I'm impress with the progress my daughter has made, how quickly she has settled in, and most importantly she is very happy.
They are kind friendly and caring to each and every student
76 Benedict St, Glastonbury BA6 9EY, UK – 01458 834294
I went there when I was younger and it was very nice and lovely
Butleigh Road, Street BA16 0YD, UK – 01458 442291
Attended 1980-1984 ... Polo Team...Best years of my young life.
Nowhere compares to Millfield. It is simply amazing in absolutely every respect. It has to be the all round best school to attend/work at in the Uk, arguably the world!
Elmhurst Lane, Street BA16 0HH, UK – 01458 442979
Best school ever, fantastic staff, fantastic sporting and educational opportunities Overall best school I could ever wish for!
Fantastic school I loved it there...a definite suggestion for children
Brooks Rd, Street BA16 0PR, UK – 01458 443340
Like most primary schools, Brookside was run like a totalitarian state. Children were controlled using fear tactics, and a system of intimidation and indoctrination was perfected at every level of the hierarchy. Every Friday we were lined up, and forced to sit crossed legged in the hall. It was here where we were played christian hymns and forced to sing along; despite the religious nature of these songs, we soon came to realise that there was one far more powerful than any christian god: Claire Axton our headteacher. As we were marched into the hall she often played the main theme from The Deer Hunter. The sardonic choice of song was never missed by me or my peers: going to Brookside certainly felt like Vietnam The one sanctum of this hellish place was the playground. The humps, green grassy hills located at the back of the playground; near the willow tree, were maybe the best part. The school management sensed a excess of happiness, and took steps to purge it. Our grassy haven were replaced with flat repressive tarmac. Its black oily colour a reflection of our psyches. The school was divided into four houses. Each pupil was placed within one of these houses arbitrarily. This created unnecessary factionalism. The idea in the minds of our controllers was no doubt the concept of divide and rule. In conclusion I give this establishment four stars in the hope that my home will not be bugged, and I will not be silenced. 2008 Leaver
Meadow Ln, Walton, Street BA16 9LA, UK – 01458 443675
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