- Head Liz Hewer
Why choose St George’s? It is a traditional school in its values and yet there is a sense of purpose and ambition about the place; it has small classes, strong pastoral care and an unusual breadth of opportunity in the co-curricular program; more than that, the girls are given space and support to become the very best they can be; these are the things that make St George’s stand out from the crowd.
St George’s is a small, thriving independent school for girls aged 11-18 with a strong caring and cohesive ethos. The school is set in 30 acres of stunning grounds, located in Ascot, only a 30 minute journey from central London.
St George’s examination results are impressive and the school is in the top 5% for value added. In recent years, Upper Sixth leavers have achieved places in a number of Russell Group and North American universities with an average of 6% of the Upper Sixth receiving offers from Oxbridge each year. Each year several Georgians also continue their study of Fine Art at a number of prominent art schools.
Boarding is an integral part of the school’s culture with roughly half of pupils enjoying the opportunities boarding provides. St George’s offers both full and tailor made boarding and takes great pride in the consistently warm, inclusive culture of the diverse, close-knit boarding community.
The Arts are fabulous at St George’s with a broad co-curricular programme available to all pupils in Drama, Music and Dance. Facilities include a 300-seat theatre, a mirrored dance studio and purpose-built Music School. The school offers 5 incredible theatrical productions a year alongside GCSE and A Level pieces. The Music Department is equally impressive and ‘Music for all’ is the fundamental principle of the department’s work. LAMDA qualifications and external, specialist tutoring are also available including Dance lessons from the award winning Natalie Vincent School of Dance and Drama.
Sport is also central to school life. Lacrosse, netball, swimming, tennis, athletics, rounders, squash and polo are all played competitively and there is a strong focus on work ethic and resilience within teams at every level. The ambition is to build self confidence and enable and inspire the girls to define their own experience of a physical education. With extensive facilities available, including a 25m, 6 lane swimming pool, and a wide-ranging co-curricular timetable to support girls’ interests, sport remains an area of great achievement within the school.
- Age range 11 - 18
Day / Boarding
- Full Boarding
- Weekly Boarding
- Flexi Boarding
- Religious affiliation Church of England
- 14+ GCSE, IGCSE
- 16+ A Level
- Fees (per term) September 2021 - August 2022
- £8,065 - £12,660 per term
- £8,065 - £12,660 per term
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Bursaries & Scholarships
St George’s is committed to broadening access to the school by offering means-tested bursaries. A limited number of bursaries (up to 100% of the tuition fees) are available to support girls whose parents are not able to afford the fees in whole, or part, subject to availability of funds. All applications for bursaries are considered on the basis of individual circumstances and are means-tested. Bursaries can be applied for in addition to a scholarship, or on their own.
Bursary assessments are independent of the admissions process and an offer of a bursary should not be considered an indication about any offer of a place.
St George’s scholars are a valuable part of school life, and events and activities are arranged throughout the school year to enable scholars to excel.
The school offers Academic, Art, Drama, Music, Sport, Swimming, Performing Arts and All-rounder scholarships at First, Third and Sixth Year (Years 7, 9 and 12) entry. These are open to both internal and external candidates. Scholarships are worth a remission of up to 10% of tuition fees. In addition we offer Academic, English, Maths, Sport, Swimming, Music, Art, Drama and Performing Arts Exhibitions, which are worth up to 5% of tuition fees.
All scholarships are awarded on merit and interviews and auditions take place at the same time as the entrance examinations.
Sixth Form scholarship assessments take place in November of the preceding year of entry.
Girls who are awarded scholarships at 11+ and 13+ will remain scholars into the Sixth Form in accordance with our scholarship terms and conditions.
- Academic scholarships
- All Rounder awards
- 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.