Address: Holly Bush Lane, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 3UL
Number of Pupils: 425
Fees: Senior School & Sixth Form £6,895 per term
Head Teacher: Miss Stephanie Ferro, MA (Oxon), MA (Lond), PGCE (Surrey)
Religious Affiliation: Christian non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Selective entrance examinations and interview at 11+, 13+ and 16+.
Contact: Mrs Alex Knight, Registrar; [email protected]
School Visits: 28 September 2019 9.50am – 12.15pm. Book online.
Offers unusual breadth, choice and flexibility. Lively teaching from highly qualified, enthusiastic specialists to optimum sized groups of around 20. Girls study IGCSE, A-level and Cambridge Pre-U.
Games & The Arts
All pupils are encouraged to get involved. There are many opportunities to participate in a rich panoply of artistic, musical, dramatic and sporting activities. Students compete strongly at national and county level in sport and gain places at the National Youth Theatre and Orchestra. ‘Achievement in extra-curricular activities is excellent and varied.’ ISI 2013
A supportive and harmonious community where all individuals are respected and contribute. Belief that strong pastoral systems underpin academic progress and that emotional, personal and intellectual development go hand in hand. ‘The personal development of pupils is excellent. They are confident and articulate young people, with a well-developed sense of right and wrong and a high degree of emotional maturity.’ ISI Report 2013
Typically over 95% of students go to university, the majority to their first choice and and over 75% to Russell Group.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
The belief that each of our students, given the right opportunity and encouragement, can go on to achieve amazing things, is central to everything we do. ‘The effectiveness of the school’s leadership and management is reflected in the high quality of the education, care and personal development of the pupils; they are happy and they achieve very well.’ ISI, 2013.
Inspiring teaching, wonderful facilities (new Sixth Form Centre opening Autumn 2017), the close partnerships that exist between parents, staff and girls and a shared sense of pride in our history and achievements lie at the heart of our success.
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