Address: Milford Hill, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2RA
Number of Pupils: 480
Fees: Y1& Y2: Full Boarding £8,837, Day £6,146 and Y3 – Upper Sixth: Full Boarding £10,374, Day £6,829
Ages: 11-18 years
Head Teacher: Mrs Emma Hattersley BA (Dunelm) Postgrad RAM
Religious Affiliation: Church of England, (All faiths welcome)
Entrance Procedure: Godolphin Assessment at 11+ and 13+ entry
Contact: Corinna Florence, Assistant Registrar 01722 430545
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Snapshot Mornings 2017: 13October, 20 October, 17 November 24 November
2018: 12 January, 2 February, 23 February, 16 March, 20 April, 18 May, 8 June, 22 June
Our curriculum offers, rigour, diversity and challenge through our extensive range of GCSE, A-level, BTEC and Pre-U Courses.
Games & The Arts
Creativity, individuality, flair and excellence are celebrated and nurtured at Godolphin. There is a broad range of activities for our pupils to select beyond the classroom ranging from academic societies to the Combined Cadet Force. The school offers a wealth of opportunities in music, art & drama.
At Godolphin, an experienced team of highly dedicated staff supports our pupils’ welfare.The strength of our whole community provides a secure base for the girls to explore and learn how to become the effective navigators they will need to be in a complex world. The culture of friendship, encouragement, support and mutual respect within the school is empowering, resulting in happy and purposeful students.
As a new girl, you are matched to a ‘godmother’, our students regularly meet with their tutors, our boarders are supported by their housemistresses and, if needed, our wonderful school chaplain provides a listening ear.
The majority of girls gain places at their first choice of university.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
At Godolphin we believe it is our duty to facilitate the development of confident, well informed and independent young women with a sense of adventure and a real zest for life.
The culture of friendship, encouragement, support and mutual respect within the school is empowering and individuality is celebrated very firmly in the context of an inclusive, supportive and dynamic community.
For almost three centuries Godolphin has been educating generations of girls and striving to equip them with the intellectual, spiritual, moral and physical credentials to lead meaningful and purposeful lives. The legacy of this long history is the wealth of wisdom, experience and traditional values, which underpin and inform the School as it operates toady, very much in the 21st Century.
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