Independent preparatory schools do not have to follow the National Curriculum or submit test results to the Department for Education so there is no individual school performance data or star rating.
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destinations (a good indicator of pupil progress). See our About page for information on Choosing A Prep School.
Girls told us that coming to school ‘is the best’ because ‘we enjoy learning and meeting up with our friends’. This was reflected in their good behaviour in lessons. The school is the hub of the local community. Parents and their children believe that the school gives the girls a good start to their education. The headteacher is determined that each girl should make as much progress as possible. Teachers agree with this vision and work very hard to make sure that every moment in the classroom matters. Girls also told us that they feel safe in school. The school provides classes which identify how to keep safe from both strangers and people they know. These help girls to learn how to stay safe outside school. School teaches girls to understand the difference between bullying and falling out. Girls are taught how to recognise most forms of bullying. Leaders are unwilling to teach girls about homophobic bullying. This reduces their understanding of some types of bullying behaviour. Girls report that very little bullying behaviour occurs in school. School records confirm this view.
This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.
2015 GCSE RESULTSImportant information for parents
Due to number of reforms to GSCE reporting introduced by the government in 2014, such as the exclusion of iGCSE examination results, the official school performance data may not accurately report a school’s full results. For more information, please see About and refer to the section, ‘Why does a school show 0% on its GSCE data dial? In many affected cases, the Average Point Score will also display LOW SCORE as points for iGCSEs and resits are not included.
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