- Head Sarah Labram
We offer an education that is designed to be multi-layered, nurturing the intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of human nature.
Our broad curriculum and wide range of additional learning opportunities are designed to challenge the bright young minds in our care and also provide them with the means and encouragement to pursue their individual passions. All the while, we support our pupils’ emotional wellbeing through a focus on mindfulness and by fostering a positive school atmosphere built on mutual respect and trust. It is an approach that results in young women who balance academic achievement with emotional resilience; who are self disciplined and self-aware but also socially confident and blessed with generosity of spirit; secure in themselves and ready to take their place in the world.
We are an independent day school for girls aged 11-18 located in Kensington Olympia and easily accessible via the tube, train or bus network. Our main school building is set back in a large, securely gated, garden courtyard; just a 3 minute walk away from the main school building is our Sixth Form Centre with its own lovely garden and large Common Room.
This year, 63% of our A Level results were either A* or A grades and 64% of our GCSE results were grades 9-7. Our leavers go on to a wide variety of academic courses and disciplines – everything from mechanical engineering to modern European studies, Liberal Arts to geological sciences. The majority of recent leavers are at Russell Group universities and leading art schools, with some at Oxford, reading mathematics and Sanskrit.
We are strong in sport and our PE lessons take place either in the gym or playground on-site or on excellent playing fields in West London. Our main sports are lacrosse, netball, athletics and football and we also regularly enter cross-country running competitions.
We offer the Duke of Edinburgh award and our extra-curricular clubs offer something for every girl as they include choirs and orchestras, a wide range of different sports (karate, kickboxing, yoga, gymnastics and dance), LAMDA, debate and creative writing. Some of our newest clubs include zoology, psychology, politics and a Female Lead Society.
Pupils enjoy plenty of trips to national museums, theatres and art galleries. We enjoy close links with our Boys’ School, holding joint activities such as Enterprise days, musical and dramatic events, leadership workshops and Sixth Form dinner dances.
- Age range 11 - 18
- Day / Boarding Day
- Religious affiliation Non-denominational
- 14+ GCSE, IGCSE
- 16+ BTEC or NVQ, A Level, Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
- Fees (per term) August 2020 - August 2021
Bursaries & Scholarships
Scholarships – none
Bursaries may be awarded to children whose parents have limited means. They are usually granted annually and reviewed every Spring Term for the following school year. Applications are only accepted from current parents or those registered for admission. For further information on the bursary application process, please contact the Bursary Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
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