What do dinosaurs and Rye have in common?
No you won’t see a Tyrannosaurus Rex roaming our 12-acre grounds, you’re more likely to bump into some mud-clad little explorers getting stuck into Forest School.
However, one of our two original Victorian buildings was designed by Alfred Waterhouse – the same architect responsible for the Natural History Museum in London.
At Rye nowhere is out of bounds, allowing pupils to run around, climb trees, play, or read a book in dappled shade on a summer’s day.
Our unique woodland dotted with oaks, ash and large conifers offer a peaceful, natural environment in which to learn and form lifetime bonds with fellow pupils.
You may even spot a Diplodocus – but only if you use your imagination.