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  1. Queen Margaret College first opened its doors on 19 February 1919 with 53 pupils. Our Scottish Presbyterian founders, The Hon. John Aitken and The Very Rev. Dr. James Gibb had a resolute belief in girls’ education. The College’s original purpose, as stated in its first prospectus, was ‘to provide for girls a sound intellectual and moral education and to build up strong Christian character on a broad religious basis and thus to produce the best type of girlhood and womanhood. The heritage building which the College currently occupies was designed and erected by T.C.Williams and his wife Anne Beetham as a family homestead in Hobson Street, Thorndon. Scots College was housed in the building from 1916 till 1918 when they moved to Miramar and Queen Margaret College was established. The International Baccalaureate is an international qualification for students from Preschool through to Year 13. The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is taught in more than 4000 schools worldwide and aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. At the heart of the IB is the “learner profile”, a long-term, holistic vision of education that underpins all three programs and puts the student at the center of everything we do at Queen Margaret College. The learner profile is the IB mission statement translated into a set of learning outcomes. It describes a broad range of human capacities and responsibilities that go beyond academic success. The New Zealand early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki, is delivered by qualified teachers who know how to extend and challenge students, drawing on their interests and recognizing individual strengths and abilities. The daily timetable allows for play-based inquiry as well as teacher-facilitated group times including regular art, gymnasium, and library sessions. To support Te Whāriki we also deliver the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) for Pre-School. The PYP curriculum framework supports an inquiry-based approach and aligns well with our national curriculum Te Whāriki. PYP focuses on the holistic growth of the developing child encompassing social, physical, emotional, and cultural needs, in addition to academic development. The program is shaped by the belief that young children are capable learners and are well-positioned to acquire early literacy and numeracy skills and concepts in a stimulating environment. Here you can expect the very best start to education for your child in a well-structured and nurturing setting. Implementation of our daily program is semi-structured and provides an opportunity for children to investigate, explore and extend their strengths and interests. The daily timetable allows for play-based inquiry and teacher-facilitated group times. Group learning supports the development of skills and dispositions for a successful transition into primary school. We also have regular art, gymnasium, and library sessions with specialist staff at Queen Margaret College. Queen Margaret Preschool works with our families to build the foundations of learning before starting school, to help make the right decision for your child’s next steps, and to facilitate the transition process to primary school. Girls entering the Queen Margaret College Junior School will participate in weekly school visits in the new entrant's classroom. The visits provide a smooth transition from Preschool to Junior School ensuring that when your daughter starts, she already has an excellent relationship with her teacher and classmates. For children not continuing at Queen Margaret College, our Preschool staff will help facilitate school visits to their new school and provide any information required. Information evenings about transitioning to primary school are available throughout the year at QMC for parents to attend. “Our Preschool is committed to providing the highest quality education as your child prepares for the transition to primary school and they continue on their lifelong learning journey,” Emily Dominican, Head of Preschool. We are an International Baccalaureate World School authorized to teach the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP). The MYP emphasizes learning, community service, attitude development, and preparation for participation in an increasingly global society. Building on the skills and knowledge developed through the Primary Years Programme in the Junior School, the program is ideal preparation for the dual qualification pathway offered in the Senior School of either the IB Diploma or NCEA. Students can choose to take different elected subjects, depending on their interests and future goals. We encourage them to think about their education as a whole and transfer their knowledge of one subject to another. We develop learners who have a growth mindset, empowering them to develop their talents through hard work, good strategies, and effective feedback. Students learn how to learn using communication, research, self-management, collaboration, and critical thinking. Developing these skills helps students meet deadlines, concentrate, bounce back, persist, and think positively. In our rapidly changing world, these are fundamental skills for students to prepare for increasingly complex life and work environments. The program can be illustrated by the MYP Curriculum Model which has the IB Learner Profile at the center surrounded by the features of the program, its outcomes, and the curriculum students study. This provides a broad and balanced education for early adolescents.
  2. Queen Margaret College first opened its doors on 19 February 1919 with 53 pupils. Our Scottish Presbyterian founders, The Hon. John Aitken and The Very Rev. Dr. James Gibb had a resolute belief in girls’ education. The College’s original purpose, as stated in its first prospectus, was ‘to provide for girls a sound intellectual and moral education and to build up strong Christian character on a broad religious basis and thus to produce the best type of girlhood and womanhood. The heritage building which the College currently occupies was designed and erected by T.C.Williams and his wife Anne Beetham as a family homestead in Hobson Street, Thorndon. Scots College was housed in the building from 1916 till 1918 when they moved to Miramar and Queen Margaret College was established. The International Baccalaureate is an international qualification for students from Preschool through to Year 13. The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is taught in more than 4000 schools worldwide and aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. At the heart of the IB is the “learner profile”, a long-term, holistic vision of education that underpins all three programs and puts the student at the center of everything we do at Queen Margaret College. The learner profile is the IB mission statement translated into a set of learning outcomes. It describes a broad range of human capacities and responsibilities that go beyond academic success. The New Zealand early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki, is delivered by qualified teachers who know how to extend and challenge students, drawing on their interests and recognizing individual strengths and abilities. The daily timetable allows for play-based inquiry as well as teacher-facilitated group times including regular art, gymnasium, and library sessions. To support Te Whāriki we also deliver the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) for Pre-School. The PYP curriculum framework supports an inquiry-based approach and aligns well with our national curriculum Te Whāriki. PYP focuses on the holistic growth of the developing child encompassing social, physical, emotional, and cultural needs, in addition to academic development. The program is shaped by the belief that young children are capable learners and are well-positioned to acquire early literacy and numeracy skills and concepts in a stimulating environment. Here you can expect the very best start to education for your child in a well-structured and nurturing setting. Implementation of our daily program is semi-structured and provides an opportunity for children to investigate, explore and extend their strengths and interests. The daily timetable allows for play-based inquiry and teacher-facilitated group times. Group learning supports the development of skills and dispositions for a successful transition into primary school. We also have regular art, gymnasium, and library sessions with specialist staff at Queen Margaret College. Queen Margaret Preschool works with our families to build the foundations of learning before starting school, to help make the right decision for your child’s next steps, and to facilitate the transition process to primary school. Girls entering the Queen Margaret College Junior School will participate in weekly school visits in the new entrant's classroom. The visits provide a smooth transition from Preschool to Junior School ensuring that when your daughter starts, she already has an excellent relationship with her teacher and classmates. For children not continuing at Queen Margaret College, our Preschool staff will help facilitate school visits to their new school and provide any information required. Information evenings about transitioning to primary school are available throughout the year at QMC for parents to attend. “Our Preschool is committed to providing the highest quality education as your child prepares for the transition to primary school and they continue on their lifelong learning journey,” Emily Dominican, Head of Preschool. We are an International Baccalaureate World School authorized to teach the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP). The MYP emphasizes learning, community service, attitude development, and preparation for participation in an increasingly global society. Building on the skills and knowledge developed through the Primary Years Programme in the Junior School, the program is ideal preparation for the dual qualification pathway offered in the Senior School of either the IB Diploma or NCEA. Students can choose to take different elected subjects, depending on their interests and future goals. We encourage them to think about their education as a whole and transfer their knowledge of one subject to another. We develop learners who have a growth mindset, empowering them to develop their talents through hard work, good strategies, and effective feedback. Students learn how to learn using communication, research, self-management, collaboration, and critical thinking. Developing these skills helps students meet deadlines, concentrate, bounce back, persist, and think positively. In our rapidly changing world, these are fundamental skills for students to prepare for increasingly complex life and work environments. The program can be illustrated by the MYP Curriculum Model which has the IB Learner Profile at the center surrounded by the features of the program, its outcomes, and the curriculum students study. This provides a broad and balanced education for early adolescents. View full school
  3. Queen Elizabeth High School is a mixed, bilingual community comprehensive school of around 1600 pupils, catering for all abilities between the ages of 11 and 18. We currently have 1511 pupils on a roll this includes approximately 270 in our Sixth Form and 70 in our highly successful Additional Needs Unit, Canolfan Elfed. Queen Elizabeth High School strives to be an exciting and creative learning community in which all pupils develop their knowledge, skills, and understanding to achieve excellence. We are committed to every pupil achieving their personal best. To help guarantee each pupil's success we work in partnership with parents and the wider community. Each pupil is encouraged to: Reach their full potential Be ambitious Achieve the best qualifications possible Enjoy all aspects of school life Develop a wide range of skills Respect themselves and others Be healthy and safe Be trustworthy, honest, and tolerant Contribute fully within the community Our facilities are exceptional. Our purpose-built £28 million school offers the perfect mix between traditional and innovative learning spaces, creating a true 21st Century learning environment. We share leisure facilities with our neighbor, Carmarthen Leisure Centre. As you make the very important decision of where and what to study we trust our prospectus gives you a feel for what life is like here as a sixth-form student. We are confident that whether you stay with us from Year 11 or join us in Year 12 from another school you will settle quickly and feel part of our very unique community. Ours is a vibrant school of around 1500 pupils which is justly proud of its quality of education, especially its Year 12/13 provision. The entire campus has been redeveloped with a multi-million pound, county council-funded investment in: A purpose-built school to accommodate 1600 pupils An extended and refurbished leisure facility New external sporting facilities, including tennis courts, an all-weather pitch, running track, and playing fields. Should you enroll with us, you will be a member of the sixth form studying in a facility that is the envy of other schools and colleges. Indeed, there is a range of leisure and study facilities exclusively devoted to sixth form students, aimed at promoting individual development. In our sixth form, we offer a broad range of academic and vocational courses, with an options menu that we are constantly working hard to improve in conjunction with neighboring educational institutions to ensure that our students are given the widest possible choice of courses post 16. This collaboration is underpinned by the Learning and Skills (Wales) 'Measure' which provides clear guidelines for the creation of local curricula and is the statutory base of 14-19 Learning Pathways.
  4. Prayer, worship, Liturgy, and the Gospel message are central to our daily lives. The value and importance of our Catholic faith are reflected in our attitudes, relationships, and charitable responses. Every person within our school community matters and has the opportunity to achieve their full potential and exceed their expectations. We aim to deliver a broad and rich curriculum, appropriate and accessible to all pupils. As a school, we aim to develop a trusting and supportive environment in which everyone feels valued and appreciated. By working closely with the home and parish we seek to prepare our pupils for their lives in the wider community. We help them develop as responsible and caring citizens, who can take ownership of their choices and actions in society as lifelong learners. In a caring and sharing environment, we offer friendship and welcome to all. We seek to journey together with Christ as his disciples, learning from him how to live well. We are a school community within the community of the Roman Catholic Church. The church has the mission of helping to build God’s Kingdom. We play our part in this by being a community of education. We understand education to involve all the broad dimensions of human potential – academic, spiritual, social, physical, and emotional potential and through the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum to recognize and celebrate each person’s uniqueness. In our school community, we seek to live the Gospel Values - Faith, Hope, Love, Justice, Service, Forgiveness, Witness, Respect, etc. – all of which we understand as part of living like Christ in loving relationships with each other. As a Catholic school, we seek to form our pupils in the Catholic faith through Religious Education, the general life of the school, the prayer life, and liturgies of the community and service and witness. We aim to make prayer, worship, and liturgy a living experience for every member of the community. we seek to encourage good relationships between Home, School & Parish and with the wider local and world community. In the Early Years, Foundation Stage children learn from their experiences and activities in enabling environments. The EYFS is made up of the three prime areas: Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development which underpin all aspects of the curriculum. The children also follow specific areas of study in Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World, and Expressive Arts and Design. Children participate in a wide range of activities, both inside and outside, and have the opportunity to follow their interests as well as work in small groups supported by adults. Some topics are set but they will often evolve into areas of particular interest to the children in the class. The national curriculum provides pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens. It introduces pupils to the best that has been thought and said and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement. The national curriculum is just one element in the education of every child. There is time and space in the school day and each week, term, and year to range beyond the national curriculum specifications. The national curriculum provides an outline of core knowledge around which teachers can develop exciting and stimulating lessons to promote the development of pupils’ knowledge, understanding, and skills as part of the wider school curriculum. Pupils of compulsory school age in community and foundation schools, including community special schools and foundation special schools, and in voluntary aided and voluntary controlled schools, must follow the national curriculum. It is organized based on four key stages3 and twelve subjects, classified in legal terms score and ‘other foundation subjects. The Secretary of State for Education is required to publish programs of study for each national curriculum subject, setting out the ‘matters, skills and processes to be taught at each key stage. Schools are free to choose how they organize their school day, as long as the content of the national curriculum programs of study is taught to all pupils.
  5. Here at Queen Victoria School, we are proud to serve the families of military personnel, particularly those who have a connection to Scotland. Since 1908, we have provided educational stability to our students, whilst their parents are serving the country in various locations around the world. We provide our students with a top-class education, coupled with the highest standard of care. This is a school where every student is nurtured and encouraged to exceed their potential in every way. We strive for excellence in all areas: Our academic results far exceed national averages and our students benefit from small classes with teachers able to provide individual attention. The standard of care provided at QVS is very high and we are regularly praised by the Care Inspectorate. Ceremonially, we have several parades every year and our SSM demands excellence on our parade square. Our Pipe Band and Dancers compete regularly around the country and are invited to perform at many VIP events. Our students are regularly described as the most polite and well-mannered people you could ever meet – they are our best ambassadors and make us proud daily. If you are serving, or have served, in Scotland or with a Scottish regiment and you would like your child to attend QVS, get in touch and we will arrange a time for you to visit. At Queen Victoria School we want our pupils to be well exercised not only physically but also intellectually, morally, socially, and culturally. Our Vision Statement is below. We aim to provide a unique, thriving boarding and educational community in which all pupils and staff work to support and respect one another in realizing their full potential. We exist to provide a caring but stretching learning environment, valued by the military families whom we serve. We embody and promote values of honesty, integrity, compassion, and empathy. Queen Victoria School has a long tradition of ceremonial excellence we take pride in this and all that our School has to offer. View full school
  6. Here at Queen Victoria School, we are proud to serve the families of military personnel, particularly those who have a connection to Scotland. Since 1908, we have provided educational stability to our students, whilst their parents are serving the country in various locations around the world. We provide our students with a top-class education, coupled with the highest standard of care. This is a school where every student is nurtured and encouraged to exceed their potential in every way. We strive for excellence in all areas: Our academic results far exceed national averages and our students benefit from small classes with teachers able to provide individual attention. The standard of care provided at QVS is very high and we are regularly praised by the Care Inspectorate. Ceremonially, we have several parades every year and our SSM demands excellence on our parade square. Our Pipe Band and Dancers compete regularly around the country and are invited to perform at many VIP events. Our students are regularly described as the most polite and well-mannered people you could ever meet – they are our best ambassadors and make us proud daily. If you are serving, or have served, in Scotland or with a Scottish regiment and you would like your child to attend QVS, get in touch and we will arrange a time for you to visit. At Queen Victoria School we want our pupils to be well exercised not only physically but also intellectually, morally, socially, and culturally. Our Vision Statement is below. We aim to provide a unique, thriving boarding and educational community in which all pupils and staff work to support and respect one another in realizing their full potential. We exist to provide a caring but stretching learning environment, valued by the military families whom we serve. We embody and promote values of honesty, integrity, compassion, and empathy. Queen Victoria School has a long tradition of ceremonial excellence we take pride in this and all that our School has to offer.
  7. Queen Mary’s size and ethos ensure we provide truly individualized education. This allows you to make your own story, from your learning and passions to whether you wish to make Queen Mary’s your second home. You will receive the very best tuition tailored to your needs within an environment that inspires excellence and a desire to achieve. We are proud of our progress throughout the year groups and our excellent GCSE results. Former pupils have gone on to succeed in many areas and we currently have girls studying at Oxbridge and other top universities. Whether you crave national success or wish to try a new opportunity, discover your passions from a host of activities on offer. Queen Mary’s pupils have received national awards in Music, Sport, and Riding and get involved in everything from the Annual Charity Fashion Show to the UK Youth Parliament. At Queen Mary’s you are not just taught how to pass examinations. Going beyond the curriculum you will enjoy amazing adventures and experiences including Outdoor Education on the river, climbing wall, and WOLF run within the school grounds and trips and study tours with Queen Mary’s Head of Adventure. You will be inspired to embrace challenges and become a well-rounded, resilient, independent thinker, comfortable in your skin and ready to grasp any opportunity. You will be welcomed into what feels like a big happy family, living in a family home. Boarders and Day Girls, who can stay into the evening, create a friendly community. A Queen Mary’s education for girls from age 4 - 16 is very special. It encourages friendship across the year groups, earlier leadership opportunities for senior girls, and opportunities for peer-to-peer learning proven to increase academic outcomes. The school’s welcoming Christian ethos and provision of single-sex education at the right time provide a culture where respect and understanding are built and no judgments are made. A Queen Mary’s education is extremely special providing a nurturing, all-girls education at the right time and leadership and first-team opportunities at an earlier age. You may be asking the question as to whether a single-sex or co-educational environment is right for you and your family. At Queen Mary’s you will see the best of both worlds with single-sex education at the right time. This includes a co-educational Pre-Prep School and all-girls Prep and Senior Schools. The girls’ school environment affirms and encourages young women to be confident individuals, leaders, and agents of social change. They are places where girls are accustomed to being heard and being valued for who they are, irrespective of what they look like or what they wear. We have had many success stories from boys who have attended our Pre-Prep for boys and girls aged 4 – 7. From boys who wish to be stretched academically to boys who may thrive in a nurturing, caring community where they can gain confidence, Queen Mary’s is proud to have been part of their learning journeys. View full school
  8. Queen Mary’s size and ethos ensure we provide truly individualized education. This allows you to make your own story, from your learning and passions to whether you wish to make Queen Mary’s your second home. You will receive the very best tuition tailored to your needs within an environment that inspires excellence and a desire to achieve. We are proud of our progress throughout the year groups and our excellent GCSE results. Former pupils have gone on to succeed in many areas and we currently have girls studying at Oxbridge and other top universities. Whether you crave national success or wish to try a new opportunity, discover your passions from a host of activities on offer. Queen Mary’s pupils have received national awards in Music, Sport, and Riding and get involved in everything from the Annual Charity Fashion Show to the UK Youth Parliament. At Queen Mary’s you are not just taught how to pass examinations. Going beyond the curriculum you will enjoy amazing adventures and experiences including Outdoor Education on the river, climbing wall, and WOLF run within the school grounds and trips and study tours with Queen Mary’s Head of Adventure. You will be inspired to embrace challenges and become a well-rounded, resilient, independent thinker, comfortable in your skin and ready to grasp any opportunity. You will be welcomed into what feels like a big happy family, living in a family home. Boarders and Day Girls, who can stay into the evening, create a friendly community. A Queen Mary’s education for girls from age 4 - 16 is very special. It encourages friendship across the year groups, earlier leadership opportunities for senior girls, and opportunities for peer-to-peer learning proven to increase academic outcomes. The school’s welcoming Christian ethos and provision of single-sex education at the right time provide a culture where respect and understanding are built and no judgments are made. A Queen Mary’s education is extremely special providing a nurturing, all-girls education at the right time and leadership and first-team opportunities at an earlier age. You may be asking the question as to whether a single-sex or co-educational environment is right for you and your family. At Queen Mary’s you will see the best of both worlds with single-sex education at the right time. This includes a co-educational Pre-Prep School and all-girls Prep and Senior Schools. The girls’ school environment affirms and encourages young women to be confident individuals, leaders, and agents of social change. They are places where girls are accustomed to being heard and being valued for who they are, irrespective of what they look like or what they wear. We have had many success stories from boys who have attended our Pre-Prep for boys and girls aged 4 – 7. From boys who wish to be stretched academically to boys who may thrive in a nurturing, caring community where they can gain confidence, Queen Mary’s is proud to have been part of their learning journeys.
  9. Queen Margaret’s is an independent school for independent girls. We are a school that encourages every girl to pursue her interests confidently girls at Queen Margaret’s are recognized for their willingness to try everything that life has to offer them. As one of the top private schools in Yorkshire, Queen Margaret’s exists to provide a holistic education, underpinned by warm-hearted pastoral care, inspiring every girl to develop and flourish in a safe and happy boarding environment, empowering her to achieve her life, academic, and career aspirations. Queen Margaret’s is a forward-thinking school for girls who aspire to be leaders in every walk of life. QM girls take advantage of our vibrant and complementary program of studies and activities. In doing so, they will: Achieve excellence inside and outside the classroom Develop an enthusiasm for independent thought, learning, and research Grow with emotional maturity, social awareness, and respect for individuality and difference Forge special friendships that will stay with them for the rest of their lives Be interesting, well-informed, happy, and confident members of the community. Our Values are: Commitment and Excellence Honesty and Openness Bravery and Resilience Kindness, Respect, and Tolerance Friendship, Fairness, and Fun. We are delighted to share with you the approach to our journey to next year, in the form of Queen Margaret’s Strategic Plan, which outlines our aims, values, and vision, as well as the goals required to fulfill them. The Strategic Plan has been developed to equip our girls to succeed in the modern and changing world, whilst maintaining the core qualities of Queen Margaret’s education. As a single-sex school, QM is ideally positioned to educate, inspire and nurture the girls of today, who will be the leaders of tomorrow. In our school, every girl has a voice. Curricula are tailored and timetables are personalized for each student and all are given opportunities to develop and excel. Our girls can captain the Debating team, choose to study Physics, or be part of a Rugby team. Our girls enjoy not only equal opportunity but every opportunity. All activities are open to them they participate, influence, and lead. There are no gender stereotypes here – indeed our latest results showed that Mathematics and Science are amongst our strongest subjects. QM girls can work through the challenges of adolescence without fear of embarrassment or distraction. We work hard at counteracting negative body imagery and ideals of how girls and women are portrayed in the media. Educators in girls’ schools believe strongly in helping girls to accept and be comfortable with ‘who they are. On entering QM each girl also becomes a member of one of our vertical Houses and she remains in this House throughout her time at the School – this provides the opportunity to mix and socialize with other year groups encouraging a spirit of teamwork and friendly competition. There are regular inter-House competitions in Music, Cookery, Sport, Singing, and Dancing. For a school of its size, Queen Margaret’s provides an immense variety of activities, clubs and societies, and other Enrichment opportunities while never sacrificing the needs of the individual girl. As one parent recently noted, QM ‘benefits from being led and run as if it were a large school but has all benefits and familiarities you would expect of a small school.’ View full school
  10. Queen Margaret’s is an independent school for independent girls. We are a school that encourages every girl to pursue her interests confidently girls at Queen Margaret’s are recognized for their willingness to try everything that life has to offer them. As one of the top private schools in Yorkshire, Queen Margaret’s exists to provide a holistic education, underpinned by warm-hearted pastoral care, inspiring every girl to develop and flourish in a safe and happy boarding environment, empowering her to achieve her life, academic, and career aspirations. Queen Margaret’s is a forward-thinking school for girls who aspire to be leaders in every walk of life. QM girls take advantage of our vibrant and complementary program of studies and activities. In doing so, they will: Achieve excellence inside and outside the classroom Develop an enthusiasm for independent thought, learning, and research Grow with emotional maturity, social awareness, and respect for individuality and difference Forge special friendships that will stay with them for the rest of their lives Be interesting, well-informed, happy, and confident members of the community. Our Values are: Commitment and Excellence Honesty and Openness Bravery and Resilience Kindness, Respect, and Tolerance Friendship, Fairness, and Fun. We are delighted to share with you the approach to our journey to next year, in the form of Queen Margaret’s Strategic Plan, which outlines our aims, values, and vision, as well as the goals required to fulfill them. The Strategic Plan has been developed to equip our girls to succeed in the modern and changing world, whilst maintaining the core qualities of Queen Margaret’s education. As a single-sex school, QM is ideally positioned to educate, inspire and nurture the girls of today, who will be the leaders of tomorrow. In our school, every girl has a voice. Curricula are tailored and timetables are personalized for each student and all are given opportunities to develop and excel. Our girls can captain the Debating team, choose to study Physics, or be part of a Rugby team. Our girls enjoy not only equal opportunity but every opportunity. All activities are open to them they participate, influence, and lead. There are no gender stereotypes here – indeed our latest results showed that Mathematics and Science are amongst our strongest subjects. QM girls can work through the challenges of adolescence without fear of embarrassment or distraction. We work hard at counteracting negative body imagery and ideals of how girls and women are portrayed in the media. Educators in girls’ schools believe strongly in helping girls to accept and be comfortable with ‘who they are. On entering QM each girl also becomes a member of one of our vertical Houses and she remains in this House throughout her time at the School – this provides the opportunity to mix and socialize with other year groups encouraging a spirit of teamwork and friendly competition. There are regular inter-House competitions in Music, Cookery, Sport, Singing, and Dancing. For a school of its size, Queen Margaret’s provides an immense variety of activities, clubs and societies, and other Enrichment opportunities while never sacrificing the needs of the individual girl. As one parent recently noted, QM ‘benefits from being led and run as if it were a large school but has all benefits and familiarities you would expect of a small school.’
  11. Set in more than 220 acres of beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, Queen Ethelburga’s has provided students with a vibrant and supportive school community since 1912. We welcome girls and boys from 3 months and support them through our four schools - Chapter House (3 months to Year 5), King’s Magna (Year 6 to 9), The College and Faculty (both Year 10 to 13) – to become resilient, confident and independent young adults who are well prepared for their future. QE is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a place that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our reputation has grown considerably over recent years, and we believe this is due to our drive to ensure that our outcomes for QE students, across all areas of their endeavor and aspiration, match those of the world’s best schools. The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) awarded the Collegiate the top grading of Excellent across all schools and areas, following an inspection in February this year, praising the pupils’ outstanding academic achievements and personal development. Our exam results speak for themselves, consistently ranking us amongst the top 10 day and boarding schools in the UK, with students benefiting from the wonderful study, boarding, and leisure facilities as part of campus life. Queen Ethelburga’s is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a Collegiate of four schools that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our mission is for all members of the QE community to aspire to the Hill Standard:‘To be the best that I can with the gifts that I have. We have the vision to be recognized, consistently, as one of the strongest educational institutions worldwide in all aspects of our endeavor. Our broadly Christian ethos, welcoming all faiths and none, instills the virtues of mutual respect and support, tolerance, and compassion. We aim to: Nurture, educate and equip our students to become considerate, self-assured, independent, and resilient adults, respecting and celebrating cultural diversity and ready to take their place in the society in which their future lies. Create a safe, happy and caring community in which students take pride in their endeavor and thrive, both mentally and physically. Promote the highest academic standards for all, by providing a challenging, stimulating, and varied curriculum, which fosters confidence, enthusiasm, and curiosity. Provide an enrichment program that complements the academic curriculum, building resilience, responsibility, self-belief, and skills, and promotes a sense of fulfillment and achievement in its widest sense. View full school
  12. Set in more than 220 acres of beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, Queen Ethelburga’s has provided students with a vibrant and supportive school community since 1912. We welcome girls and boys from 3 months and support them through our four schools - Chapter House (3 months to Year 5), King’s Magna (Year 6 to 9), The College and Faculty (both Year 10 to 13) – to become resilient, confident and independent young adults who are well prepared for their future. QE is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a place that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our reputation has grown considerably over recent years, and we believe this is due to our drive to ensure that our outcomes for QE students, across all areas of their endeavor and aspiration, match those of the world’s best schools. The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) awarded the Collegiate the top grading of Excellent across all schools and areas, following an inspection in February this year, praising the pupils’ outstanding academic achievements and personal development. Our exam results speak for themselves, consistently ranking us amongst the top 10 day and boarding schools in the UK, with students benefiting from the wonderful study, boarding, and leisure facilities as part of campus life. Queen Ethelburga’s is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a Collegiate of four schools that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our mission is for all members of the QE community to aspire to the Hill Standard:‘To be the best that I can with the gifts that I have. We have the vision to be recognized, consistently, as one of the strongest educational institutions worldwide in all aspects of our endeavor. Our broadly Christian ethos, welcoming all faiths and none, instills the virtues of mutual respect and support, tolerance, and compassion. We aim to: Nurture, educate and equip our students to become considerate, self-assured, independent, and resilient adults, respecting and celebrating cultural diversity and ready to take their place in the society in which their future lies. Create a safe, happy and caring community in which students take pride in their endeavor and thrive, both mentally and physically. Promote the highest academic standards for all, by providing a challenging, stimulating, and varied curriculum, which fosters confidence, enthusiasm, and curiosity. Provide an enrichment program that complements the academic curriculum, building resilience, responsibility, self-belief, and skills, and promotes a sense of fulfillment and achievement in its widest sense.
  13. We welcome girls and boys from 3 months and support them through our four schools - Chapter House (3 months to Year 5), King’s Magna (Year 6 to 9), The College and Faculty (both Year 10 to 13) – to become resilient, confident and independent young adults who are well prepared for their future. QE is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a place that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our reputation has grown considerably over recent years, and we believe this is due to our drive to ensure that our outcomes for QE students, across all areas of their endeavor and aspiration, match those of the world’s best schools. The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) awarded the Collegiate the top grading of Excellent across all schools and areas, following an inspection in February this year, praising the pupils’ outstanding academic achievements and personal development. Our exam results speak for themselves, consistently ranking us amongst the top 10 day and boarding schools in the UK, with students benefiting from the wonderful study, boarding, and leisure facilities as part of campus life. Set in more than 220 acres of beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, Queen Ethelburga’s has provided students with a vibrant and supportive school community since 1912. Steeped in history, Thorpe Underwood Estate supported a stew pond that fed monks on their way to and from Fountains Abbey. The site was also home to literary great, Anne Bronte. The present Thorpe Underwood Hall, which sits at the heart of the campus, was built by renowned York architect Walter Henry Brierley as ‘a fine modern mansion of Elizabethan design’. QE began its life in 1912 in Harrogate and moved to its present site in 1991, bringing with it several fun traditions. These have remained firm favorites of QE students, such as the annual School Ghost Production, celebrating QE’s birthday, battling it out in the annual School Quiz, and singing carols around the huge Christmas tree outside Thorpe Underwood Hall before sitting down for Christmas dinner. QE traditions bring students together from the four schools and from one generation to the next, uniting them in a common heritage and shared memories. Blending these traditions and family values with modern facilities and a global outlook is central to the QE approach, we welcome girls and boys from 3 months and support them through four schools - Chapter House, King’s Magna, The College, and The Faculty – to become successful independent adults who are well prepared for the future. College students are expected to be strongly self-motivated and have a pro-active approach to their studies. They take responsibility for their learning and have the academic ability to succeed on the traditional GCSE or A-Level curriculum, following a demanding study program. Our students are highly aspirational, aiming for the highest grades in all their subjects, and challenging themselves to apply to the best universities. All students at QE benefit from a well-resourced and experienced Careers Department that can offer advice and guidance at all stages of a student’s education. Students in the College are well supported in their university applications and enjoy great success in achieving places at prestigious universities in the UK and beyond, such as Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London, and those in the Russell Group. Life in College is demanding, yet exceptionally rewarding, for those students who are determined to rise to the challenge. Enrichment options allow students to broaden and deepen their knowledge in areas of interest and give a challenging and stimulating experience. Some of these lead to additional qualifications such as the Extended Project Qualification, highly prized by universities and helping to build on students’ independence and research skills. Students in Years 12 and 13 can benefit from super-curricular courses in subjects such as medicine and law, to extend them beyond the curriculum and develop a greater knowledge of, and interest in, fascinating and rewarding subject areas. Benefiting from excellent teaching and facilities, students can achieve outstanding results, whilst taking full advantage of all the opportunities that you would expect in a day and boarding school, including a huge range of music, drama, sporting, and co-curricular activities. Students also have many opportunities to develop and demonstrate leadership skills and contribute to the community, with roles as Prefects, Peer Mentors, and members of the various school councils. The College is a diverse community made up of students from all walks of life. It is fully representative of the world today and helps to create a stimulating, enjoyable and caring community in which they can thrive. Queen Ethelburga’s is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a Collegiate of four schools that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our mission is for all members of the QE community to aspire to the Hill Standard:‘To be the best that we can with the gifts that we have. We have the vision to be recognized, consistently, as one of the strongest educational institutions worldwide in all aspects of our endeavor. Our broadly Christian ethos, welcoming all faiths and none, instills the virtues of mutual respect and support, tolerance, and compassion. We aim to: Nurture, educate and equip our students to become considerate, self-assured, independent, and resilient adults, respecting and celebrating cultural diversity and ready to take their place in the society in which their future lies. Create a safe, happy and caring community in which students take pride in their endeavor and thrive, both mentally and physically. Promote the highest academic standards for all, by providing a challenging, stimulating, and varied curriculum, which fosters confidence, enthusiasm, and curiosity. Provide an enrichment program that complements the academic curriculum, building resilience, responsibility, self-belief, and skills, and promotes a sense of fulfillment and achievement in its widest sense. View full school
  14. We welcome girls and boys from 3 months and support them through our four schools - Chapter House (3 months to Year 5), King’s Magna (Year 6 to 9), The College and Faculty (both Year 10 to 13) – to become resilient, confident and independent young adults who are well prepared for their future. QE is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a place that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our reputation has grown considerably over recent years, and we believe this is due to our drive to ensure that our outcomes for QE students, across all areas of their endeavor and aspiration, match those of the world’s best schools. The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) awarded the Collegiate the top grading of Excellent across all schools and areas, following an inspection in February this year, praising the pupils’ outstanding academic achievements and personal development. Our exam results speak for themselves, consistently ranking us amongst the top 10 day and boarding schools in the UK, with students benefiting from the wonderful study, boarding, and leisure facilities as part of campus life. Set in more than 220 acres of beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, Queen Ethelburga’s has provided students with a vibrant and supportive school community since 1912. Steeped in history, Thorpe Underwood Estate supported a stew pond that fed monks on their way to and from Fountains Abbey. The site was also home to literary great, Anne Bronte. The present Thorpe Underwood Hall, which sits at the heart of the campus, was built by renowned York architect Walter Henry Brierley as ‘a fine modern mansion of Elizabethan design’. QE began its life in 1912 in Harrogate and moved to its present site in 1991, bringing with it several fun traditions. These have remained firm favorites of QE students, such as the annual School Ghost Production, celebrating QE’s birthday, battling it out in the annual School Quiz, and singing carols around the huge Christmas tree outside Thorpe Underwood Hall before sitting down for Christmas dinner. QE traditions bring students together from the four schools and from one generation to the next, uniting them in a common heritage and shared memories. Blending these traditions and family values with modern facilities and a global outlook is central to the QE approach, we welcome girls and boys from 3 months and support them through four schools - Chapter House, King’s Magna, The College, and The Faculty – to become successful independent adults who are well prepared for the future. College students are expected to be strongly self-motivated and have a pro-active approach to their studies. They take responsibility for their learning and have the academic ability to succeed on the traditional GCSE or A-Level curriculum, following a demanding study program. Our students are highly aspirational, aiming for the highest grades in all their subjects, and challenging themselves to apply to the best universities. All students at QE benefit from a well-resourced and experienced Careers Department that can offer advice and guidance at all stages of a student’s education. Students in the College are well supported in their university applications and enjoy great success in achieving places at prestigious universities in the UK and beyond, such as Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London, and those in the Russell Group. Life in College is demanding, yet exceptionally rewarding, for those students who are determined to rise to the challenge. Enrichment options allow students to broaden and deepen their knowledge in areas of interest and give a challenging and stimulating experience. Some of these lead to additional qualifications such as the Extended Project Qualification, highly prized by universities and helping to build on students’ independence and research skills. Students in Years 12 and 13 can benefit from super-curricular courses in subjects such as medicine and law, to extend them beyond the curriculum and develop a greater knowledge of, and interest in, fascinating and rewarding subject areas. Benefiting from excellent teaching and facilities, students can achieve outstanding results, whilst taking full advantage of all the opportunities that you would expect in a day and boarding school, including a huge range of music, drama, sporting, and co-curricular activities. Students also have many opportunities to develop and demonstrate leadership skills and contribute to the community, with roles as Prefects, Peer Mentors, and members of the various school councils. The College is a diverse community made up of students from all walks of life. It is fully representative of the world today and helps to create a stimulating, enjoyable and caring community in which they can thrive. Queen Ethelburga’s is known locally, nationally, and internationally as a Collegiate of four schools that promotes the highest standards in all that it does. Our mission is for all members of the QE community to aspire to the Hill Standard:‘To be the best that we can with the gifts that we have. We have the vision to be recognized, consistently, as one of the strongest educational institutions worldwide in all aspects of our endeavor. Our broadly Christian ethos, welcoming all faiths and none, instills the virtues of mutual respect and support, tolerance, and compassion. We aim to: Nurture, educate and equip our students to become considerate, self-assured, independent, and resilient adults, respecting and celebrating cultural diversity and ready to take their place in the society in which their future lies. Create a safe, happy and caring community in which students take pride in their endeavor and thrive, both mentally and physically. Promote the highest academic standards for all, by providing a challenging, stimulating, and varied curriculum, which fosters confidence, enthusiasm, and curiosity. Provide an enrichment program that complements the academic curriculum, building resilience, responsibility, self-belief, and skills, and promotes a sense of fulfillment and achievement in its widest sense.
  15. Queen Elizabeth's is a state-funded grammar school, with 445 years experience of in producing confident, able, and responsible young men. We provide a meritocratic environment, in which our boys reach their very considerable potential both in their academic and extra-curricular pursuits. Our rich history is reflected in the School Chronicle, which is read annually on Founder’s Day and which records the Governors’ requirement that the education we provide should be as much in “good manners as in nurture for learning”. Similarly, our formal mission is “to produce young men who are confident, able and responsible”.Our mission is to produce young men who are confident, able, and responsible We are committed firstly to the pursuit of academic development at the highest level among our boys. As a meritocracy, we unashamedly celebrate intellectual accomplishment and we seek to nurture clear thinking and scholarly curiosity. The fruit borne by this relentless focus is seen every year in our public examination results: QE is consistently placed at or very near the top of national league tables. Second, we aim to inculcate in our boys attributes such as confidence, resilience, and perseverance – qualities that will equip them to thrive at school, at university, and beyond, whatever the storms of life may throw at them. This is achieved partly through our bespoke tutoring system and carefully structured pastoral arrangements, and partly through our expectation that all boys participate fully in the life of the School. We have an exciting, diverse range of extra-curricular activities through which every boy can pursue his interests and stretch himself as he learns new skills and talents. Finally, through an emphasis on service within the School and initiatives such as our Sixth Form external volunteering program, we encourage boys to devote themselves to causes greater than themselves. We thus develop in them an awareness that genuine fulfillment comes through seeking to make a contribution to society rather than in pursuing only personal gain. Queen Elizabeth’s School, then, offers a meticulous and richly faceted holistic approach to the education of the boys in our charge. It is this approach, combined with our excellent facilities and a proud history dating back to 1573, that make the QE experience truly a state school experience like no other. The original charter, granted by Queen Elizabeth I, established the School, “for the education, bringing up and instruction of boys”. This holistic view of the School’s role has continued to this day. When boys leave us they not only have exceptional academic records but are prepared to go and take their place in the world. We want them to go on to enjoy successfully, fulfilled and happy adult lives, whilst making a positive contribution to others in society. Boys typically perform incredibly strongly in public examinations, with a clean sweep of A* at GCSE or A-level not being uncommon. They then take up places at the very best universities, both in the UK and overseas – with a recent trend for more boys going to Ivy League institutions in the United States. Further details on these outcomes can be found on our School Performance page. However, there is far more to life at QE than examination results. Boys gain a fully rounded experience, with as much focus on what goes on beyond the classroom as within it. In keeping with the School’s ancient traditions, but recognizing the opportunities presented by technological advances, the Governors have recently reconfirmed the School’s mission. View full school
  16. Queen Elizabeth's is a state-funded grammar school, with 445 years experience of in producing confident, able, and responsible young men. We provide a meritocratic environment, in which our boys reach their very considerable potential both in their academic and extra-curricular pursuits. Our rich history is reflected in the School Chronicle, which is read annually on Founder’s Day and which records the Governors’ requirement that the education we provide should be as much in “good manners as in nurture for learning”. Similarly, our formal mission is “to produce young men who are confident, able and responsible”.Our mission is to produce young men who are confident, able, and responsible We are committed firstly to the pursuit of academic development at the highest level among our boys. As a meritocracy, we unashamedly celebrate intellectual accomplishment and we seek to nurture clear thinking and scholarly curiosity. The fruit borne by this relentless focus is seen every year in our public examination results: QE is consistently placed at or very near the top of national league tables. Second, we aim to inculcate in our boys attributes such as confidence, resilience, and perseverance – qualities that will equip them to thrive at school, at university, and beyond, whatever the storms of life may throw at them. This is achieved partly through our bespoke tutoring system and carefully structured pastoral arrangements, and partly through our expectation that all boys participate fully in the life of the School. We have an exciting, diverse range of extra-curricular activities through which every boy can pursue his interests and stretch himself as he learns new skills and talents. Finally, through an emphasis on service within the School and initiatives such as our Sixth Form external volunteering program, we encourage boys to devote themselves to causes greater than themselves. We thus develop in them an awareness that genuine fulfillment comes through seeking to make a contribution to society rather than in pursuing only personal gain. Queen Elizabeth’s School, then, offers a meticulous and richly faceted holistic approach to the education of the boys in our charge. It is this approach, combined with our excellent facilities and a proud history dating back to 1573, that make the QE experience truly a state school experience like no other. The original charter, granted by Queen Elizabeth I, established the School, “for the education, bringing up and instruction of boys”. This holistic view of the School’s role has continued to this day. When boys leave us they not only have exceptional academic records but are prepared to go and take their place in the world. We want them to go on to enjoy successfully, fulfilled and happy adult lives, whilst making a positive contribution to others in society. Boys typically perform incredibly strongly in public examinations, with a clean sweep of A* at GCSE or A-level not being uncommon. They then take up places at the very best universities, both in the UK and overseas – with a recent trend for more boys going to Ivy League institutions in the United States. Further details on these outcomes can be found on our School Performance page. However, there is far more to life at QE than examination results. Boys gain a fully rounded experience, with as much focus on what goes on beyond the classroom as within it. In keeping with the School’s ancient traditions, but recognizing the opportunities presented by technological advances, the Governors have recently reconfirmed the School’s mission.
  17. Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School in Barnet, founded in 1888. The school was founded after Queen Elizabeth 1 granted Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester’s request for a charter for the establishment of a school of Queen Elizabeth “for the education, bringing up and instruction of boys” in Barnet and at a future date, a school for girls in Barnet. A copy of the charter, bearing the Queen’s seal is held as part of the school’s archive collection in our Library. We have a strong tradition of excellence. Our vision for the future is quite simply to continue to develop our school to be a sustainably outstanding and inspiring school, at the forefront of girls’ secondary education. Students and staff are proud to be a vibrant part of our learning community. We encourage the development of each girl’s inner resources so that she acquires the wisdom and integrity to make positive choices in a rapidly changing world. Most importantly, girls leave our school as well-qualified, confident, caring, and happy members of their community, equipped to be capable of supporting themselves financially and contributing economically and socially to wider communities We strongly believe that all students are individuals each should pursue excellence and develop their talents in academic, creative, physical, and social skills. Collectively we are a community. Students and staff at our school have a love of learning a process that is constant, regardless of time or place. For students that means an environment in which their education can flourish and be enjoyed not just as a means to good academic results but as an interest for life, nurtured by the school’s commitment to providing the girls with access to a full range of study and enrichment experiences. For staff, that means an environment where they can develop professionally and excel in their practice. Our curriculum is designed to challenge the girls, to support them in their education to acquire knowledge and understanding, and also to develop their skills and flexibility so that they can participate confidently in the rapidly changing and increasingly technological society of the 21st century. Our girls are expected to show increased maturity and a growing sense of responsibility for their work and progress so that they develop as resilient and self-reliant young women. The broad and balanced curriculum offers girls a wide platform of learning opportunities to facilitate excellent outcomes and to foster excitement about learning for its own sake. The school offers a varied program of activities that run alongside the taught curriculum. Such activities complement the taught curriculum and extend the learning, engagement, and personal development of our students. For this reason, these activities are highly valued. They take place during the break for lunch, before or after school, and are often the result of student initiatives, developed through interests and enthusiasm and often led by the students themselves. Quality First Teaching is our priority staff benefit from a planned program of continuing professional development to model innovative and rigorous practice. Learning and teaching are closely and systematically monitored to ensure girls are supported to achieve their best and secure the highest outcomes. A variety of learning and teaching strategies are used to engage and stimulate learning and the learning experience is continually developed in response to systematic data checks on potential, prior attainment, and student learning needs. In this way, the school ensures maximum intellectual challenge for each student, regardless of ability or educational needs as a result, students make excellent progress. View full school
  18. Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School in Barnet, founded in 1888. The school was founded after Queen Elizabeth 1 granted Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester’s request for a charter for the establishment of a school of Queen Elizabeth “for the education, bringing up and instruction of boys” in Barnet and at a future date, a school for girls in Barnet. A copy of the charter, bearing the Queen’s seal is held as part of the school’s archive collection in our Library. We have a strong tradition of excellence. Our vision for the future is quite simply to continue to develop our school to be a sustainably outstanding and inspiring school, at the forefront of girls’ secondary education. Students and staff are proud to be a vibrant part of our learning community. We encourage the development of each girl’s inner resources so that she acquires the wisdom and integrity to make positive choices in a rapidly changing world. Most importantly, girls leave our school as well-qualified, confident, caring, and happy members of their community, equipped to be capable of supporting themselves financially and contributing economically and socially to wider communities We strongly believe that all students are individuals each should pursue excellence and develop their talents in academic, creative, physical, and social skills. Collectively we are a community. Students and staff at our school have a love of learning a process that is constant, regardless of time or place. For students that means an environment in which their education can flourish and be enjoyed not just as a means to good academic results but as an interest for life, nurtured by the school’s commitment to providing the girls with access to a full range of study and enrichment experiences. For staff, that means an environment where they can develop professionally and excel in their practice. Our curriculum is designed to challenge the girls, to support them in their education to acquire knowledge and understanding, and also to develop their skills and flexibility so that they can participate confidently in the rapidly changing and increasingly technological society of the 21st century. Our girls are expected to show increased maturity and a growing sense of responsibility for their work and progress so that they develop as resilient and self-reliant young women. The broad and balanced curriculum offers girls a wide platform of learning opportunities to facilitate excellent outcomes and to foster excitement about learning for its own sake. The school offers a varied program of activities that run alongside the taught curriculum. Such activities complement the taught curriculum and extend the learning, engagement, and personal development of our students. For this reason, these activities are highly valued. They take place during the break for lunch, before or after school, and are often the result of student initiatives, developed through interests and enthusiasm and often led by the students themselves. Quality First Teaching is our priority staff benefit from a planned program of continuing professional development to model innovative and rigorous practice. Learning and teaching are closely and systematically monitored to ensure girls are supported to achieve their best and secure the highest outcomes. A variety of learning and teaching strategies are used to engage and stimulate learning and the learning experience is continually developed in response to systematic data checks on potential, prior attainment, and student learning needs. In this way, the school ensures maximum intellectual challenge for each student, regardless of ability or educational needs as a result, students make excellent progress.
  19. Queen Elizabeth High School is a mixed, bilingual community comprehensive school of around 1600 pupils, catering for all abilities between the ages of 11 and 18. We currently have 1511 pupils on a roll this includes approximately 270 in our Sixth Form and 70 in our highly successful Additional Needs Unit, Canolfan Elfed. Queen Elizabeth High School strives to be an exciting and creative learning community in which all pupils develop their knowledge, skills, and understanding to achieve excellence. We are committed to every pupil achieving their personal best. To help guarantee each pupil's success we work in partnership with parents and the wider community. Each pupil is encouraged to: Reach their full potential Be ambitious Achieve the best qualifications possible Enjoy all aspects of school life Develop a wide range of skills Respect themselves and others Be healthy and safe Be trustworthy, honest, and tolerant Contribute fully within the community Our facilities are exceptional. Our purpose-built £28 million school offers the perfect mix between traditional and innovative learning spaces, creating a true 21st Century learning environment. We share leisure facilities with our neighbor, Carmarthen Leisure Centre. As you make the very important decision of where and what to study we trust our prospectus gives you a feel for what life is like here as a sixth-form student. We are confident that whether you stay with us from Year 11 or join us in Year 12 from another school you will settle quickly and feel part of our very unique community. Ours is a vibrant school of around 1500 pupils which is justly proud of its quality of education, especially its Year 12/13 provision. The entire campus has been redeveloped with a multi-million pound, county council-funded investment in: A purpose-built school to accommodate 1600 pupils An extended and refurbished leisure facility New external sporting facilities, including tennis courts, an all-weather pitch, running track, and playing fields. Should you enroll with us, you will be a member of the sixth form studying in a facility that is the envy of other schools and colleges. Indeed, there is a range of leisure and study facilities exclusively devoted to sixth form students, aimed at promoting individual development. In our sixth form, we offer a broad range of academic and vocational courses, with an options menu that we are constantly working hard to improve in conjunction with neighboring educational institutions to ensure that our students are given the widest possible choice of courses post 16. This collaboration is underpinned by the Learning and Skills (Wales) 'Measure' which provides clear guidelines for the creation of local curricula and is the statutory base of 14-19 Learning Pathways. View full school
  20. At Queen Anne’s we value our girls as individuals and strive to help them reach their potential. Strong academic and pastoral care encourages students to build confidence, stretch their abilities and achieve their goals. We have a ‘no limits’ approach to the girls’ learning and development that produces excellent academic results and outstanding achievements in every field. The school’s warm and friendly atmosphere makes it easy for girls to settle into the school and make long-lasting friendships, while the house system creates a home-from-home environment, which encourages girls to develop interpersonal skills and learn to understand and respect those around them. As we face the challenges of the 21st Century, we aim to create happy, successful, independent young women, who thrive on new experiences and can pursue their goals with confidence. We aim to provide an excellent education for girls between the ages of 11–18. By the time our girls leave us, we strive that they: Will benefit from an excellent, all-round education Will be able to develop their creative, physical, emotional, and spiritual qualities and talents Will be encouraged to celebrate their own and others’ individuality and helped to identify their strengths and needs Will benefit from belonging to a nurturing boarding community where they learn to be mutually supportive as well as responsible, enterprising, and independent individuals Will become confident, well-balanced individuals, able to take their places in society as good citizens and leaders, and able to form strong and enduring relationships with others. Through boarding, we aim to enable girls to: Grow into independent, disciplined, and self-reliant adults Develop good relationships with families, friends, staff, and fellow students Develop their own moral, spiritual, and social values Thrive in the community using the school’s core values as a guidance Fulfill their potential both intellectually and academically Fulfill their potential in sporting, creative and other interests Have opportunities for leadership and responsibility within the house. At Queen Anne’s, we see girls excel, both in and outside of the classroom. The girls have ambitions as varied as their talents and we encourage high aspirations through an innovative and rigorous curriculum. Through inspirational teachers working in conjunction with motivated girls, we see our girls leave us as capable and confident young women prepared for and excited by the next steps in their lives. The girls discuss their academic options at every stage with their tutor to make appropriate choices to suit their aspirations. View full school
  21. At Queen Anne’s we value our girls as individuals and strive to help them reach their potential. Strong academic and pastoral care encourages students to build confidence, stretch their abilities and achieve their goals. We have a ‘no limits’ approach to the girls’ learning and development that produces excellent academic results and outstanding achievements in every field. The school’s warm and friendly atmosphere makes it easy for girls to settle into the school and make long-lasting friendships, while the house system creates a home-from-home environment, which encourages girls to develop interpersonal skills and learn to understand and respect those around them. As we face the challenges of the 21st Century, we aim to create happy, successful, independent young women, who thrive on new experiences and can pursue their goals with confidence. We aim to provide an excellent education for girls between the ages of 11–18. By the time our girls leave us, we strive that they: Will benefit from an excellent, all-round education Will be able to develop their creative, physical, emotional, and spiritual qualities and talents Will be encouraged to celebrate their own and others’ individuality and helped to identify their strengths and needs Will benefit from belonging to a nurturing boarding community where they learn to be mutually supportive as well as responsible, enterprising, and independent individuals Will become confident, well-balanced individuals, able to take their places in society as good citizens and leaders, and able to form strong and enduring relationships with others. Through boarding, we aim to enable girls to: Grow into independent, disciplined, and self-reliant adults Develop good relationships with families, friends, staff, and fellow students Develop their own moral, spiritual, and social values Thrive in the community using the school’s core values as a guidance Fulfill their potential both intellectually and academically Fulfill their potential in sporting, creative and other interests Have opportunities for leadership and responsibility within the house. At Queen Anne’s, we see girls excel, both in and outside of the classroom. The girls have ambitions as varied as their talents and we encourage high aspirations through an innovative and rigorous curriculum. Through inspirational teachers working in conjunction with motivated girls, we see our girls leave us as capable and confident young women prepared for and excited by the next steps in their lives. The girls discuss their academic options at every stage with their tutor to make appropriate choices to suit their aspirations.
  22. Prayer, worship, Liturgy, and the Gospel message are central to our daily lives. The value and importance of our Catholic faith are reflected in our attitudes, relationships, and charitable responses. Every person within our school community matters and has the opportunity to achieve their full potential and exceed their expectations. We aim to deliver a broad and rich curriculum, appropriate and accessible to all pupils. As a school, we aim to develop a trusting and supportive environment in which everyone feels valued and appreciated. By working closely with the home and parish we seek to prepare our pupils for their lives in the wider community. We help them develop as responsible and caring citizens, who can take ownership of their choices and actions in society as lifelong learners. In a caring and sharing environment, we offer friendship and welcome to all. We seek to journey together with Christ as his disciples, learning from him how to live well. We are a school community within the community of the Roman Catholic Church. The church has the mission of helping to build God’s Kingdom. We play our part in this by being a community of education. We understand education to involve all the broad dimensions of human potential – academic, spiritual, social, physical, and emotional potential and through the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum to recognize and celebrate each person’s uniqueness. In our school community, we seek to live the Gospel Values - Faith, Hope, Love, Justice, Service, Forgiveness, Witness, Respect, etc. – all of which we understand as part of living like Christ in loving relationships with each other. As a Catholic school, we seek to form our pupils in the Catholic faith through Religious Education, the general life of the school, the prayer life, and liturgies of the community and service and witness. We aim to make prayer, worship, and liturgy a living experience for every member of the community. we seek to encourage good relationships between Home, School & Parish and with the wider local and world community. In the Early Years, Foundation Stage children learn from their experiences and activities in enabling environments. The EYFS is made up of the three prime areas: Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development which underpin all aspects of the curriculum. The children also follow specific areas of study in Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World, and Expressive Arts and Design. Children participate in a wide range of activities, both inside and outside, and have the opportunity to follow their interests as well as work in small groups supported by adults. Some topics are set but they will often evolve into areas of particular interest to the children in the class. The national curriculum provides pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens. It introduces pupils to the best that has been thought and said and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement. The national curriculum is just one element in the education of every child. There is time and space in the school day and each week, term, and year to range beyond the national curriculum specifications. The national curriculum provides an outline of core knowledge around which teachers can develop exciting and stimulating lessons to promote the development of pupils’ knowledge, understanding, and skills as part of the wider school curriculum. Pupils of compulsory school age in community and foundation schools, including community special schools and foundation special schools, and in voluntary aided and voluntary controlled schools, must follow the national curriculum. It is organized based on four key stages3 and twelve subjects, classified in legal terms score and ‘other foundation subjects. The Secretary of State for Education is required to publish programs of study for each national curriculum subject, setting out the ‘matters, skills and processes to be taught at each key stage. Schools are free to choose how they organize their school day, as long as the content of the national curriculum programs of study is taught to all pupils. View full school
  23. St. Queen Mary'S Public School was established in the year 2003. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2130248 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2016. It is located in the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Bibi Amar Kaur Educational Society, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of GEETA DUTT. There are a total of 40 rooms, 3 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is AGRA CANTT and it is 8 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station AGRA CANTT Distance in KM 8 Nearest Police Station AGRA CANTTTEHRA THANA Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank PNB Distance in KM 1.5 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 40 3 1 2 31 7 8883 4046 LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 25000 Periodicals 20 Dailies 6 Reference Books 150 Magazine 15 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  24. St. Queen Mary'S Public School was established in the year 2003. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2130248 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2016. It is located in the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Bibi Amar Kaur Educational Society, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of GEETA DUTT. There are a total of 40 rooms, 3 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is AGRA CANTT and it is 8 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station AGRA CANTT Distance in KM 8 Nearest Police Station AGRA CANTTTEHRA THANA Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank PNB Distance in KM 1.5 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 40 3 1 2 31 7 8883 4046 LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 25000 Periodicals 20 Dailies 6 Reference Books 150 Magazine 15 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  25. Queen Victoria Girls School was established in the year 2015. It is an English medium Girls Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2133153 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2022. It is located in the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Agra Dioceson Trust Association, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS. ZENOBIA DANIEL. View full school
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