The Granville School is set in delightful grounds surrounded by woodlands. It is situated in a quiet residential area south of Sevenoaks town within easy walking distance of the railway station.
While keeping its traditional values, The Granville is committed to providing the children with facilities which enhance their learning experience. The current site of the school has been altered, adapted and extended over the years and it boasts specialist teaching areas, large airy and bright classrooms and excellent sporting facilities including an indoor swimming pool.
The governors are constantly assessing the buildings and land which we own in order to ensure that our pupils enjoy a high quality environment in which they can flourish.
The Ena Makin building was opened in September 2006. It is a modern and spacious building with light, airy and colourful classrooms. It accommodates our Key Stage 1 classes. There is also an impressive and well equipped Junior Library. Every class is self contained with its own cloakroom facilities and has access to up to date technology and resources. The building has three outdoor areas where the children can play with a wealth of outdoor equipment.
The Maureen Froggatt building was completed in September 2007 and has enabled the school to provide the children with improved learning conditions in various areas of the curriculum. This building includes a large and spacious French room, two Learning Development rooms and two individual music teaching rooms.
Evans Lodge was opened in January 2014 and houses our early year classes (Nursery, Transition and Reception). Upstairs is purpose built Art/Design and Technology studio where the children can experience a wide range of activities using a variety of materials. Many art techniques are taught together with other activities including: creating structures and mechanisms, cooking and sewing.