I'm shocked to read these negative views about PGHS. Both my daughters have loved their time at PGHS (one is still there) and have always felt well supported. PGHS gets great results because it looks after the wellbeing of the students, not instead of it!
My daughters are both creative / arty types and have been able to study Art as well as Photography. They could have chosen from loads of other subjects too.
If you have a clever child you can't go wrong with this school but if you have one that needs a little more help the school are unwilling to help. Bullying is never treated seriously and they don't like you to report it and they never resolve it. The communication from the school is shocking and they never return your calls. In comparison to other local High schools this one needs to move into the 21st century. Badly let down in all aspects by the school and wouldn't recommend.
I have been disgusted how badly the young adults at this school behave. apparently it doesn’t tolerate bullying, however my daughter got bullied serval times, although she told her head of year many times. I am very disappointed in the teachers/headmistress, at this school as it is an outstanding school yet letting something as bad as bullying slip...
my daughter now suffers from many mental issues... after her finally telling me about it 6 months after she left. And I think this also affected her grade too!
Please do better!