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Grays Convent High School

Grays Convent High School
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Ann-Marie Brister

College Avenue
RM17 5UX
England Coordinates: 51°28′58″N 0°19′48″E / 51.48291°N 0.32996°E / 51.48291; 0.32996

Local authority Thurrock
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 615
Gender Female
Ages 11–16
Colours Navy, red and white

Grays Convent High School is a girls' Roman Catholic secondary school in Grays, Essex, England.

It is a voluntary-aided school which has been awarded Beacon school status and is officially a specialist Language College.

Founded by sisters of La Sainte Union des Sacrés-Coeurs over a century ago, the school remains closely linked with the Convent sited next to it. Parts of the school building itself were used as living quarters for several sisters until 1999.

The school building was damaged by a bomb blast during World War II, but was repaired soon after.


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