Dartford Grammar School residing in Dartford, Kent, England was founded in 1576 as a secondary school for boys. The school also holds language institute status and the IB program. The students are divided into five units: D’Aeth (Yellow), Gwyn (Purple), Havelock (Red), Vaughan (Green) and Wilson (Blue). Another interesting fact is that the school has a unique color system according to the achievement of students. A badge with a crest represents excellence in rugby, swimming, cricket or athletics, purple denotes success in performing arts, tour ties to be acquainted with foreign sports events, etc. In 2010 more than 95% students scored 7+ A grades in GCSE.
- Elementary Education
Type of studies: Primary or Secondary Education
Language of instruction: English
Location: West Hill, Dartford, Kent, The United Kingdom, DA1 2HW
Telephone and Fax: Tel.: +44 (0)1322 223039 Fax.: +44 (0)1322 291426