Glendower Preparatory School

Within our walls, girls expand their minds and grow both intellectually and emotionally from the moment they join us, until their last day with us.

At Glendower, we immerse our girls to the wonder of learning, develop their curiosity and actively seek to challenge and extend the girls’ minds both within and beyond the classroom. Education is so much more than sitting passively and we want our girls to experience many enriching activities both within their classes and beyond the walls of Glendower. Academics are very important to us, but so too are the skills needed to build rounded characters.

Girls need to run, swim, play and develop physically, they need to reach out to others in their community, developing generosity of character and most importantly, they need to be kind, not only to others, but also to themselves. When all of these characteristics are fostered and nurtured, we know that our girls will be happy, thrive and be successful. We are proud to be working with the future leaders of our world!


  • Head Nina Kingsmill Moore
  • Nina Kingsmill Moore
  • Age range 4 - 11
  • Day / Boarding Day
  • Religious affiliation Non denominational with a Christian focus

Bursaries & Scholarships

We are proud that our pupil body reflects the diverse local community – Glendower girls usually live just a short distance from the school but are from a wide range of backgrounds and ethnicities.

Glendower School Trust is a charitable trust committed to widening access to a Glendower education. The Trust has a bursary scheme in place to assist in situations of hardship.

We aim to offer the equivalent of five full bursary places at any one time to enable girls in the local community, whose parents would otherwise be unable to afford to pay the fees, to benefit from an education at Glendower. Bursary places are offered from Year 3 onwards.

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Scholarships & Bursaries offered
  • Bursaries for new entrants

Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, the GSA is not responsible for inaccuracies.

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