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7th March 2018, 9.30am – 11.30am
4th July, 6pm – 8pm
During our Open Events, Year 6 pupils take visitors on a tour of the school and afterwards prospective parents have the opportunity to meet with Mrs Ferriman, Headteacher for refreshments. Mrs Vikki Napier, Registrar will also be on hand to answer questions about the admissions process and discuss the next steps.
We understand that it is not always possible for parents to attend pre-arranged Open Events. Therefore, we are happy to arrange Private Tours for interested parents by appointment at any time during the school term. These tours prove very popular for prospective parents. Arranging a one to one meeting with Mrs Ferriman, Headteacher, who is able to provide comprehensive information about the school and having a personalised tour is valuable in making the very important decision of where to educate your child.
Taster sessions or days, depending on the age of the child, can also be arranged.Please book your Private Tour or Open Event using the link below. To arrange a taster session for your child please contact: Vikki Napier, Registrar on 01792 294083.
Oakleigh House Netball team goes from strength to strength and continue their success with an unbeaten record this academic year.
At a recent Netball tournament, our team competed against local primary schools and won all their matches and these were watched by Robyn Lock, Active young People’s Officer for Bay Area. She commented:
"It’s rare to see such good sportsmanship in many sports players let alone 9, 10 and 11 year olds! It is so impressive to see such young athletes work well together and be true role models to not only their peers but to teachers and myself. As a team and as individuals they are doing Oakleigh House, and you as parents, all very proud."
The team have now been selected as finalists in the Swansea Sports Awards 2018 – Primary School Team of the Year which is a fantastic achievement.
To arrange a visit of Royal High School and to have the opportunity to talk to teachers and the girls about how exciting life is at our school, please call us on 01225 422931 or email [email protected]
Taster Days and Weekend Workshops also available for girls.
For Junior School and Nursery enquiries, please contact: [email protected] or call 01225 422931.
In 2015 we celebrated 150 years of Royal High School, Bath (1865-2015). We are extremely proud of our heritage as it provides a solid foundation upon which to build an incredible future for our vibrant school. In keeping with our radical and pioneering past, we have maintained a liberal and self-confident tradition of educating young women who have gone on to become leaders in the professions and who have blazed trails in just about every walk of life.
Boarding is part of the personality of the school. This isn’t just a place to sleep after a day's learning, it’s your home for the best part of the year, so we make sure it's welcoming, friendly, safe, supportive and fun.
We know that every boarding experience is unique for every girl. You and your daughter will have very high expectations of what you want boarding to be like and we will exceed those expectations. When your daughter boards with us, as a full or weekly boarder, you can be reassured that she belongs to a warm, welcoming and caring community that inspires and supports her to achieve her best.
Open Afternoons are especially designed for prospective pupils and their parents. If you were unable to attend one of our Spring Term Open Afternoons, the Headmistress is always happy to meet prospective parents and their daughters, please contact our Admissions Department to make an appointment: email [email protected] or call 01252 545197.
The programme timings are as follows:
1.30 pm Registration and refreshments with members of staff
1.45 pm Talks from the Head and Director of Admissions
2.30 pm A tour of the school with Farnborough Hill students
3.15 pm Tea in the Refectory with members of staff
3.45 pm Departure
Open Mornings take place once a year in early May. It is an opportunity for current parents of girls in Years 7-9 to see their daughters participating in lessons and extracurricular activities and to have a look at their work on display around the school. Prospective parents are also very welcome to visit us on this morning. Please click on the link below for more information.
Busy Bees Taster Days are our annual taster days and are always a huge success. The school invites 120 Year 5 girls to sample the delights of Farnborough Hill by spending the day here taking part in a range of fun activities. Both the Bees and their Sister Bees (students from the Lower Sixth) thoroughly enjoy the day.
This event is always very over-subscribed so please contact Mrs Clare Duffin via the link below if you would like your daughter to be invited.
Private Tours take place for those who are unable to attend one of our Open Afternoons or Open Morning. You are very welcome to have a tour of the school by the Director of Admissions at a mutually convenient time. To arrange this, please use the link below or telephone the Director of Admissions on 01252 529811.
Farnborough Hill is a very special place; the buildings, the history and the spectacular grounds are impressive but what makes it so special are the people. The school prides itself on being the ‘caring face of academic excellence’. To understand this ethos, one really has to visit to see the blend of academic rigour and outstanding pastoral care that are delivered so successfully. Life at Farnborough Hill is vibrant and busy - an environment that fosters energy, friendliness and fun, establishing a positive can-do attitude which develops the self-confidence the girls need for bright and fulfilling futures.
If you would like to visit the school please book onto our next open morning, which is taking place on:
Thursday 22nd February at 2:00pm
Monday 5th March at 9:30am
Thursday 15th March at 2:00pm
This will be an opportunity to have a tour of the school, meet the Head Teacher and to find out about all the exciting activities Maple Walk pupils are involved in.
To book a place please visit the school website www.maplewalkschool.co.uk or call the registrar on 020 8965 7374.
Looking for an Independent Primary School place? Come & visit us at our next open morning at our magical location in the heart of the Docklands. You are warmly welcome to join us for a tour and a brief presentation about school life and the curriculum at Faraday. We are taking bookings for:
Tuesday 20th February at 9:30am
Tuesday 13th March at 9:30am
Tuesday 24th April at 9:30am
To book a place please visit the school website www.faradayschool.co.uk, email [email protected] or call the registrar on 020 8965 7374. We look forward to meeting you soon.
After much anticipation, the staff and pupils of the Primary School of Cambridge International School have moved back into their home at the much-loved Cherry Hinton Hall, on the completion of a £3.5 million redevelopment. They have been temporarily based in the CIS premises in Bateman Street while the Hall was undergoing its major overhaul. Cherry Hinton Hall has been home to the Nursery & Primary School of Cambridge International School since 2007. The school was purchased by the International Schools Partnership in 2015 and their substantial investment underlines the long-term commitment to the pupils and parents to deliver excellent facilities in which inspirational learning and teaching can be delivered.
Today, the children start their 2018 learning journeys in their new classrooms and are very excited about having the opportunity to explore and use their wonderful new facilities.
The refurbished hall has a new central enclosed early learning courtyard which provides a fun activity space for the school’s youngest pupils, linking closely with the internal teaching spaces, and a coveted outside classroom. These facilities provide the opportunity for free flow activities for the youngest members of our community.
The new ‘Giant’s Garden’ linked to Cherry Hinton Brook offers opportunities for children to extend their learning from the library to the outside, ensuring that the redeveloped school integrates into the stunning Cherry Hinton Park.
The unique location of the Primary School in Cherry Hinton Park, as well as the new landscaping and refurbishment of Cherry Hinton Hall, will provide the opportunity to expand our outdoor learning programmes and Forest School curriculum, which will enhance our pupils’ learning and development.
Mrs Philippa Mills, Principal, was at the door to welcome the children this morning and commented “I am immensely proud of the new building and was delighted to see the surprise and happiness on the children’s faces when they saw their new school for the first time.”
On arrival, the children were saying how lovely and exciting the new classrooms were and they were looking forward to playing in the new play area.
The development will also allow Cambridge International School to expand its nursery to welcome children from the age of 2 years old for 50 weeks a year. This further expansion is planned to open in April 2018.
Our main Autumn open days were held in mid-October however every day is an open day at Cambridge International School, and families are warmly invited to book a private tour to see our school in action.
Find out more about the enriching experience we offer boys and girls and see how we challenge each individual to achieve their potential, in a happy and nurturing environment.
You will be able to:
• Explore our teaching facilities
• Discover the wide range of subjects and exciting curriculum we offer
• Learn about our enriching extra-curricular activity and how we challenge, without overwhelming each individual pupil
• Meet our team – including the Principal and Heads of our Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form
• Find out about fees and bursaries
• Discuss your application with Admissions
To book your private tour:
email [email protected], call 01223 778290 or click on the link below.
Tracey Headland in our Admissions team will be delighted to arrange your visit and to help with any questions you might have.
The students, parents and staff at the Cambridge International School are celebrating an amazing suite of GCSE results. The students at the non-selective school have achieved an amazing set of grades.
54% of grades A/A* and 88% of all grades A*-C
The school has 23 nationalities represented in the student community, many of whom have English as a second language, which makes these results even more amazing. The school takes a combination of International GCSE and GCSEs, so for this year all grades are still in the A* - E grades rather than the new 9-1 system that is being talked about in the press.
80% of students received five A* - C grades including maths and English
98% of Students received at least two Science grades of C or above
98% of Students received A* - C in Maths
The Senior site of the Independent International School is based at Abington and takes students up to Year 11. The leavers are now progressing onto different Sixth Forms in the local Cambridge Community, including Hills Road and The Stephen Perse Foundation.
Mrs Pippa Mills, Principle, commented “I’m delighted and proud of what the students have achieved. They are the culmination of a lot of hard work from both students and staff. Congratulations to everyone.”
Tuesday 8th May - 9am
Open Morning is the best way to see Bethany ‘in action’. With tours of the whole campus led by pupils themselves, there is no better way of getting to know the School.
The morning begins with refreshments and a talk by the Headmaster in the Function Suite, followed by individual tours led by pupils. Tours follow a comprehensive route through our 60 acre campus and present an opportunity to see classes in action, get answers to your questions from the perspective of our pupils, and to talk to the teachers you meet on the way.
At the end of your tour, the Headmaster, Admissions staff and members of the Dyslexia and Learning Support team will be on hand to answer more in-depth questions.
To book a place at our Open Mornings, call the Registrar on 01580 211273.
If you are unable to join us for either of the Open Mornings but would like to visit the School another time, please the Registrar will be pleased to arrange an appointment for you: call 01580 211273 or email [email protected]
Our greatest aim is to enable each of our pupils to realise their potential in every area that they study, flourishing in those subjects where their talents shine brightest and carrying with them a genuine love of learning.
We create a challenging and supportive learning environment, and small class sizes are fundamental to our success. We generally have fewer 18 pupils in any class, allowing our teachers to target and develop the abilities of each individual, offering support and guidance as they work through our broad and balanced curriculum together.
Through dynamic and differentiated teaching, we aim to instil in our pupils key skills, both from a learning and a social perspective, that are so vital for exam success and life beyond School.
Bethany’s Learning Support department enjoys an international reputation for its success in giving specialist help to dyslexic pupils within our mainstream school, and the school has been CReSTeD registered since 1994. In addition, for those pupils who may benefit from it, we also offer English as an Additional Language (EAL) support.
Call us today +44 (0)1580 211273 to book your visit with our Registrar.
Whatever the age of your daughter, Ipswich High for Girls, the leading independent school can offer an environment where she can truly flourish. Our beautiful 84 acre site in Woolverstone, near Ipswich has a strong reputation across East Anglia for providing leading private school education. We give your daughter the many benefits of being in a girls' school including increased confidence, individuality and the opportunity to meet her full potential in a fun, warm and nurturing environment.
Click on the age range for your daughter below to discover more:
We were very pleased in May to welcome to Ipswich High School for Girls, Olympic gold medal winning hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh for a truly inspirational day and evening.
Kate Richardson-Walsh is the most capped female player in Great Britain and had the honour of being the Team GB flag bearer at the closing ceremony in Rio 2016 after captaining the women's field hockey team through their undefeated run and eventual gold medal. Last year she was the first hockey player to be nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award and has been nominated for a place in the European Hockey Hall of Fame.
Kate led a hockey masterclass for our hockey players and then took part in a Q&A session with girls throughout the School. Pupils asked her about her inspirations, motivations and plans for the future. An honest and engaging approach from Kate gave the girls an incredible insight into an Olympian's approach to sport and life. In the evening Kate joined pupils, parents and staff for the annual Sports Dinner to celebrate the achievements of our pupils in sport over the past year.
International honours in Skiing: Alexa for her success in GB skiing
Most improved sportswomen: Nia and Natalie
Contribution to school sport: Cara, particularly for her swimming achievements
Sixth Form Players' Player: Connie, for all sports but particularly Sixth Form netball
Outstanding Sportswoman: Nia for her success across tennis, hockey, netball, rounders and athletics
Ipswich High School for Girls on Desert Island Discs
Former Ipswich High School pupil, actress June Brown, recently featured as a guest on the BBC's Desert Island Discs, sharing the eight records she would take with her to a desert island. June approached Mrs Chillingworth, Director of Music and asked if the School choirs could perform a rendition of 'O Brother Man', one of her favourite hymns which she fondly recalls singing during her time at Ipswich High School in the 1930s and 1940s.
Mrs Chillingworth, Director of Music recounted her conversation with June on the telephone:
"June had a clear idea of how she wanted the hymn to be sung by the choir and gave me some specific direction for the performance. She recalled her time at Ipswich High School and how she used to sing this hymn as a lullaby for her six small children. We were delighted to follow her direction and perform the song for her Desert Island Discs appearance."
June Brown was born in Suffolk in 1927 and came to Ipswich High School for Girls on a Scholarship. After school, she was classically trained at the Old Vic and became a hardworking actress despite having a large family. June is best known for her role as Dot Cotton (now Dot Branning) on the BBC TV soap EastEnders, a part she has played since 1985. June was awarded an MBE for services to drama and charity in 2008.
At IHS we take Academic Excellence seriously – we want every girl to achieve the best they possibly can. It is not about everyone getting A*s but it is about stretching the individual and adding value to their education. We are proud to be part of the Girls Day School Trust, leading the way in contemporary girls' education.
• 5 times as many GDST pupils as the national average go on to take degrees in medicine
• 40% of GDST A Level students go on to stidey Science, Technology, Engingeering, Medicine, Maths and related subjects
• 100% A Level pass rate. Our results are consistently outstanding
• 65.3% of all A level results 2015 were graded A*-B
"Going places. With its dynamic new head and, in the words of one happy parent, ‘feel good factor’, Beechwood should definitely be on the list of parents who want the certainty of a quality end destination for their child without compromising the joy of the journey." The Good Schools' Guide, July 2017
Please come and see for yourself at one of our Open Mornings or by individual appointment.
Open Mornings are held each term, and you will have a chance to see our onsite Nursery (Woodlands Nursery) and School in action and meet the Headmaster.
Our next Open Mornings (from 9.30am to midday) take place as follows:-
Friday 9th February, 2018
Friday 25th May, 2018
Friday 19th October, 2018
To register for the open morning, please visit www.beechwoodpark.com or contact Liz Graham on 01582 840333
Parents are warmly welcome to attend. Please contact the Registrar, Miss Emily Markham [email protected] to book a private tour.
We have a number of Open Mornings planned throughout the year. The morning begins at our Pre-Prep in Marble Arch (Nursery and Reception) with tea and a tour, then we whisk you across Hyde Park to our Queen’s Gate site (Forms 1 – 6) to be welcomed by our Form 6 tour guides who will show you behind the scenes of our exceptional Preparatory School.
Upcoming Open Days
Wednesday 21st March – 9.30am
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Wednesday 9th May – 9.30am
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Always a warm welcome from Headmistress Hilary Wyatt
Hyde Park School and its pre-prep occupy two separate and totally different sites: the prep school is housed in an elegant Victorian building in the heart of South Kensington; the pre-prep school is situated in a wonderfully large garden in W2, just north of Hyde Park.
Hyde Park School
The prep school takes children aged rising 3 to 11 years and the pre-prep school takes children from 1 to 7 years. The staff at both our schools expect and foster high standards of both work and behaviour, with kindness and consideration for others being of paramount importance. The schools are well resourced with modern equipment and the children are safe, secure and exceptionally well cared for. Both schools are small, cosy, friendly establishments where no individual becomes lost in the crowd.
We are located in central London and we use our location as our class room. We are fortunate to have all the museums and galleries on our doorstep. There is nothing nicer than hearing a child talk about where they have been and what they have seen, either from a school trip or a family excursion. Using these out of the classroom experiences enriches the learning in the classroom.
A wide range of well-chosen activities out of school hours ensures that all pupils can enjoy the opportunity to develop intellectual, creative and physical skills. Current extracurricular activities include:
Early Years Music
Children may either stay just for a specific activity or if they are in Form 2 or above they may stay until 5pm for tea, followed by ‘After School Club’ where they are supervised doing a quiet activity such as reading or homework. There is an extra charge for all clubs.
Ballet is another optional extra but this takes place during the school day. Children are taught in groups by a teacher from Chelsea Ballet Schools accompanied by a pianist.
In September 2017 we opened the doors to our brand new senior school for central London.
Based right in the heart of London at 106 Piccadilly, Eaton Square Upper School, Mayfair, is located in a stunning Grade I listed building directly opposite Green Park. The building’s rich history, iconic design and central location make it the perfect base for many families with young children across central London.
Connected to our existing Eaton Square Nursery, Pre-Prep and Preparatory schools, as well as the wider Minerva Education Group (which includes Hyde Park School in South Kensington and The Lyceum School in Shoreditch) the new school caters for up to 420 students aged 11 upwards.
Eaton Square Upper spans across four storeys and a basement, featuring a purpose built student canteen, lecture style classrooms, multiple science laboratories and a beautiful art room. What’s more, it takes full advantage of the local surroundings through partnerships with local sports clubs, outdoors lessons in Green Park and regular trips to London’s most well-known cultural institutions.
The idea for Eaton Square Upper was born out of a clear need for a new senior school in the capital – and after talking to our current parents, it was apparent that many were keen to see their children progress from prep to senior school with a seamless transition and continuity in care and provision of services.
Please download our prospectus for further details.
Not only is the school available to children already attending one of our preparatory schools, but also welcome new students on a non-selective basis.
Continuing with our longstanding, family-focused ethos, our admission process takes a holistic approach that will incorporate online test results, a reference from the pupil’s current Head, and interviews with pupils and parents.
Rather than hoping to select from one particular gender or strata of current academic level, we provide an education which celebrates the diverse skills and aptitudes of pupils in London and maximises the benefits of enabling them to interact and learn from each other.
We warmly invite you to our Eaton Square Upper School for one of our Open Mornings. Eaton Square Upper School caters for 11-18 year olds.
Places are limited, so please book into the Open Morning date of your choice via the link below.
Tuesday 1st May at 9.30am
Thursday 14th June at 9.30am
Based right in the heart of London at 106 Piccadilly, Eaton Square Upper School, Mayfair, is located in a stunning Grade I listed building directly opposite Green Park. The building’s rich history, iconic design and central location make it the perfect base for many families with young children across central London.
You will have the opportunity to tour the school in your own time, in an informal atmosphere, with fun activities going on in the classrooms, and access to the teachers who will have the time to answer any questions you may have.
Eaton Square Upper School
(+44) 207 491 7393
Email: [email protected]
Why the opening of Eaton Square Upper School this September is an exciting one for the education industry.
Eaton Square School was established in 1981 and has been providing outstanding nursery, pre-preparatory and preparatory education for its pupils since the beginning – but the opening of its first co-educational, independent senior school is a whole new world.
‘There are very few independent co-educational senior schools in central London at the moment – and none in Mayfair,’ points out Eaton Square Upper’s Headmaster, Phillip Williams, who will oversee its grand opening in September. ‘So first and foremost we want to endure we are fulfilling a very clear need for more schools that can meet the requirements of families in the area. I hope, in a few years’ time, Eaton Square Upper School will be the first choice not just for parents in and around Mayfair, but for any London parent seeking a well-rounded, hands-on education for their children that’s built in a combination of holistic and traditional values, tailored specifically to meet the needs of modern children’.
Based at 106 Piccadilly, Eaton Square Upper School is located in a stunning Grade I listed building directly opposite Green Park. The building boasts an array of original features from ornate ceiling murals and cornicing, to grand stone staircases with a wrought iron balustrade. ‘Having such a fantastic locations means we’ll be able to take advantage of a wealth of resources right on our doorstep,’ Williams adds. ‘So whether its sports lessons on Green Park, drama workshops in local theatres or simply soaking up the culture, we are in the ideal position to do it all.’
As with all of the Eaton Square schools, the Upper School will take into consideration that all of its students are individuals with their own specific needs, challenged and goals. The school will tailor its learning environments to ensure they provide a relaxed and nurturing space in which students can grow and develop. ‘One of the most exciting and unique things about Eaton Square Upper is that we are starting completely from scratch, yet we still have very well established network of feeder schools,’ Williams says. ‘This means we can be very flexible when creating the right kind of culture, whilst taking all the very best qualities from our existing schools and replicating them. The school will be a place that encourages, inspires and drives a passion for learning across all areas.’ With Eaton Square Schools 40th anniversary not too far away, this latest instalment in its successful history is certainly one to watch.
Taken from ‘School Report’ Summer Term 2017
If you would like to visit the school you are welcome to arrange a tour of the school with our Registrar on a normal school day. During your visit you will normally meet Richard Settle, the Head, and also the relevant Form Teacher or Head of Department. Naturally, you will be shown around the school and there will be plenty of opportunity to meet current pupils.
Open Days are a chance for parents and children to find out much more about what it’s like at Sancton Wood. Children can watch and involve themselves in a variety of activities, and talk to pupils about school life. Parents can meet staff and pupils informally, and learn what the school’s brand of education means in practice.
If you would like to arrange a visit, please contact Registrar Fiona Haskell by email at [email protected] or phone on 01223 471703.
Our next Open Mornings will on the follow dates:
Summer Term: Saturday 12th May 2018
Sancton Wood is a school where every child finds their niche. Our small, supportive close-knit community of 200 boys and girls, is often likened to a family - a kind, tolerant school where everyone can find their place and be valued.
Our class sizes are very small, a maximum of 16 pupils, which creates a fabulous learning environment, where teachers have time for individual students and where pupils feel comfortable airing their ideas and where imaginations can soar.
Our exam results are excellent, and this year we achieved 96% A*-C pass rate. But the school is not just about exam results; art, music, sport and many other activites are all important aspects of life here and play their part in making well-rounded studetns with their lives in balance.
Below are our upcoming Open Morning dates. You are also warmly welcome to book an individual visit.
If you would like further information, please contact the Admissions Team.
Meet the Head Coffee Mornings
A must-see opportunity for all those considering entry in 2019. Hear in-depth presentations from Head and members of the Senior Leadership Team on why Prior’s Field offers a distinctive route to high achievement to include: Academic curriculum and teaching; Pastoral care; Co-curricular opportunities; Boarding options.
Followed by tours with current pupils and an opportunity to view the school on a normal working day. To book your place please contact our Admissions department on 01483 813107.
Tuesday 13 March 2018, 11am to 1pm
Tuesday 24 April 2018, 11am to 1pm
Whole School Open Days
New dates coming soon
Sixth Form Open Evening
This successful event is held in the autumn term. Please contact Admissions to arrange a private tour.
Excellent schools – whether academies, independent or maintained – are all about developing the individual child, creating an environment in which they can be happy and inspired by talented teachers.
This truth was at the heart of Prior’s Field founder Julia Huxley’s vision, when she opened the Godalming-based school in 1902. Prior’s Field nurtured talent, fostered ambition and encouraged girls to look outwards into society – offering a distinctive route to high achievement – as it does to this day.
At Prior’s Field, as well as focusing on academic ability and outcome, we promote participation, motivation, self-belief and enjoyment to bring out the best in our young people and transform lives.
Small classes allow each pupil to be well-known and understood by staff. Support extends beyond the classroom: Prior’s Field offers supervised prep (at no extra charge) and, having done their homework, girls can stay on for supper.
Beyond Prior's Field
Girls leave Prior’s Field for a wide range of universities, including Oxbridge, to study courses as diverse as medicine, philosophy, law and engineering. In their time here, however, they will also have learnt to: rise to the challenge of leadership and service opportunities (through Head Girl, Deputy and Prefect responsibilities, running school assemblies and events, mentoring younger pupils, Duke of Edinburgh awards that include working with local and national charities); set up businesses in the Sixth Form, including taking over the reins of PF Babysitters, a registered babysitting service set up three years ago by the then Upper Sixth; drive safely; cook healthily on a student budget (as taught by our school chef); control their finances; manage stress through yoga, mindfulness and exam revision technique; work and socialise with students from other sixth forms and colleges.
Boarding at Prior's Field
From its inception, boarding has been at the heart of Prior’s Field and approximately a quarter of its current pupils take advantage of boarding on a full, weekly or flexible basis. ISI inspectors, reporting in 2016, found girls for whom Prior’s Field is their second home to be “articulate, engaging and courteous”. Head of Boarding, Mrs Emma Picken, comments: ‘We were especially pleased that the report highlights the “atmosphere of trust, tolerance and friendship in the boarding houses” – testament to the commitment of our girls and boarding staff to each other’.
Boarding can prove an indispensable option for busy, working families but also for girls whose parents are abroad or for whom home life is difficult. Prior’s Field welcomes applications from any girl who would benefit from a place at the school, regardless of their financial situation, and bursaries are available at all entry points.
Prior's Field pupils have a wide range of abilities, talents and interests. The aim of the school is to provide an excellent all-round secondary education that brings out the best in each girl according to her abilities and talents.
• 2016 ISI (Independent Schools Inspectorate) Report: awarded ‘excellent’ in all nine areas of inspection, including quality of achievement, teaching, pastoral care, boarding and links with parents.
• Dedicated and inspiring teachers.
• Small classes.
• Superb pastoral care.
• Excellent academic results
• Bespoke Sixth Form House with quiet study areas, social spaces and lunchtime bistro area; our most senior girls are supported by a dedicated team of Sixth Form staff and experience a change in teaching style, more akin to university.
• Full, flexi and weekly boarding: boarding at Prior’s Field is a unique and fulfilling experience, and one which supports many busy working parents. A London school bus service is available to return girls home on a Friday after school and pick them up again on a Sunday evening.
• Girls are encouraged to throw themselves into a range of over 40 extra-curricular clubs and activities.
• Excellent facilities set in 42 acres of beautiful Surrey countryside, including a new combined Science, Music and Technology centre and on-site tennis academy.
• Specialist EAL (English as an additional language) team.
• Extensive daily, local school bus network.
• Excellent transport links to London and close to international airports.
• “Quirky, sparky and passionate for learning.” Good Schools Guide