- Head Mrs Sally Davis
A magnificent Victorian gothic building right on the edge of the great, green expanse of Llandaff Fields, Howell’s School, Llandaff GDST has a tremendous sense of roominess for a city school, with a swimming pool, tennis courts, all-weather sports pitch and sports pavilion all on the five acre site.
Howell’s School puts a great value on a rich and varied life outside of the classroom, and the list of extra-curricular activities that students take part in is seemingly endless, as well as endlessly diverse, running from Photography to Philosophy, Rock Band to Raving Yoga.
The extensive Enrichment Programmes, together with impressive Wellbeing and Laureate Programmes, make Howell’s a special place to learn and develop in an exciting, creative and thriving environment. The school’s strong Leadership Team; talented and dedicated teaching and support staff; wonderful young people and committed and interested parents are what make Howell’s unique.
The Nursery at Howell’s is situated in Roald Dahl’s childhood home, Cumberland Lodge, and takes inspiration from its famous former occupant. Girls who enter the nursery experience a safe, family atmosphere, making the transition from home to nursery a relaxed and happy one.
The Prep School radiates an atmosphere in which every child is valued and nurtured. Great emphasis is placed on developing the self-identity, self-esteem and self-confidence of every girl.
When entering the Senior School, girls are encouraged to develop skills of self-analysis and reflection, and choose the learning methods that suit them best, whilst teachers challenge and motivate them towards an appetite for lifelong learning. Howell’s aims to help students acquire skills essential to tackling a competitive and rapidly changing world.
The established Co-Ed College has a proven track record for excellence in and out of the classroom, and offers students an exceptional learning experience with flexible teaching styles designed to manage the transition between school and university.
The school’s founder, Thomas Howell, wanted to create greater opportunities for young women, and Howell’s School has been changing lives since it opened its doors in 1860. His generosity gave many young women access to an education that would elevate and inspire them, and in 2020 Howell’s still creates opportunities for girls and boys from all backgrounds.
- Age range 3 - 18
- Day / Boarding Day
- Religious affiliation Non-denominational
- 14+ GCSE
- 16+ A Level, Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
- Fees (per term) September 2020 - August 2021
- Prep/Junior School
- £2,890 - £3,717 per term
- Senior School
- £4,813 per term
- Sixth Form
- £4,843 per term
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Bursaries & Scholarships
The GDST Bursary Fund provides financial assistance to enable suitably qualified students, whose parents could not otherwise afford the fees, to enter or remain in the Senior School and College.
We are pleased to announce that, since 2011, bursaries of 100% (i.e. covering the full tuition fee) have been available. You are able to apply for a bursary at the specific entry points of Years 7 and 12.
Students must register first to sit the appropriate examinations. The Admissions Officer, Chrissie Hall-Davis is available to answer any questions.
Students who sit the Entrance Examination for Year 7 will automatically be considered for an academic scholarship.
For students entering the College, as well as academic scholarships, there are a variety of additional scholarships.
These are awarded to recognise talent and achievement in music, drama, art/product design and sport. Please contact Chrissie Hall-Davis, Admissions Officer for further details.
Tel: 029 2056 1832
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- Academic scholarships
- Art scholarships
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
- Music scholarships
- Sixth Form scholarships
- Sport scholarships
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, the GSA is not responsible for inaccuracies.