School Office (For all general enquiries)
|0117 973 0201
|0117 933 9087
|0117 933 9083
Development (Including Clifton High Foundation and Rosarians)
|0117 933 9081
0117 933 9097
|8.00am – 6.00pm, Weekdays (School Office staffed until 5.30pm)
To view a breakdown of school days according to grade level, view our timings of the day document.
Clifton High School, College Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 3JD
The School is accessible via our Main Gate on College Road. All visitors and guests should report here to our Main Reception.
Access to the Sports Complex, where our Swimming Pool is housed is via Clifton Park Road.
Whilst there are other entrances and gates onto the School site these are to only be used at drop off and pick up by our pupils and their parents or staff.
In line with our Safeguarding policy, all visitors must have signed in and be accompanied by a member of staff.
Due to our historic location, we do not have an onsite car park, however there is road parking available all around the school's footprint. You can get up to 30-minutes free parking.
Clifton High School is easily accessible via public transportation, including buses and trains. The closest train station is Clifton Down, situated just 15 minutes walking distance of the School.
Alternatively, you can use the extensive bus network in Bristol and alight at stops near College Road or Clifton Park or Clifton Village.
Location & Access Details
Clifton High School is centrally located in Clifton Village, a picturesque area in the heart of Bristol. Overlooking the Avon River and home to the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge, it is known for historical architecture of the Georgian and Regency era, charming buildings and a vibrant atmosphere.
Clifton Village sits amidst beautiful green spaces that afford visitors and locals alike with captivating views across the Avon Gorge, leisurely walks or more active pursuits on Durdham and Clifton Downs or within the grounds of Ashton Court. The School immerses itself in the local community and is fortunate to be a short walk from a plethora of independent restaurants, cafes, shops as well as the buzz of the City centre.
Named amongst the Best Places to Live in the UK 2023 by The Sunday Times, Bristol is within easy access to the Southwest Coast of England and neighbouring Wales. It is host to many music festivals, cultural celebrations, art exhibitions, sporting events and the renowned annual Balloon Fiesta.
There are many local and national transport links with regular bus services and Clifton Down Train station only a 15-minute walk away. Whilst we do not have onsite parking, we offer staff the opportunity to purchase a local parking permit. There are also many private and street parking options within short walking distances to the School.
With its colourful and creative reputation, Bristol is a city that encourages an equally like-minded personality, generating a diverse community.
We suggest you come and see for yourself what opportunities may arise from working in or relocating to a characterful location both within and beyond the gates of Clifton High School.