- Head Mrs Nicola Smillie
Alderley Edge School for Girls is one of the top performing independent schools in Cheshire and provides girls with outstanding pastoral support, innovative teaching, a broad curriculum and a fantastic array of extra-curricular opportunities.
Each girl is nurtured and supported in small classes, and our priority is that each girl reaches her individual potential and becomes the best she can be.
We value the successes and achievements of all our girls; both academically and in other contexts, from dance to drama, music to sport. Girls leave as confident, articulate and mature young women who can achieve in the world beyond our school gates.
Alderley Edge School for Girls is a community. All our girls, from those in Nursery at the age of two, through to Sixth Form at the age of 18, feel safe and secure and benefit from being in a school positioned in a vibrant village environment.
- Age range 2 - 19
- Day / Boarding Coming Soon
- Religious affiliation Christian - we welcome girls who are of a different faith or none, but who share our values. We are committed to what unites rather than what divides and we respect and celebrate this diversity within our school.
- 14+ GCSE, IGCSE
- 16+ A Level, Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
- Fees (per term) September 2020 - August 2021
- £2,820 - £3,639 per term
- £4,536 per term
- £4,536 per term
Bursaries & Scholarships
A number of Bursaries are available from the school. A Bursary is a means-tested award and is determined predominantly by financial circumstances, taking into account income, any realisable assets and other relevant circumstances.
Scholarships are also available in Year 7 and Sixth Form, this includes Academic Scholarships and Scholarships for Art, Music, Performing Arts and Sport.
- Academic scholarships
- Art scholarships
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
- Lump-sum payment discounts
- Music scholarships
- Sibling discounts
- Sixth Form scholarships
- Sport scholarships
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, the GSA is not responsible for inaccuracies.