There is always a watchful eye on them; asking questions, encouraging creativity, making it fun and instilling the learning habits, which, we know from our experience, to be important.

They will tell you about their school day using words like ‘constructing’, ‘designing’, ‘reading’, ‘writing’, ‘counting’, ‘swimming’, ‘dancing’. In fact, they may even sing it to you too!

Parents kept up to date with academic progress and all speak highly of ‘inspirational teachers.’

— The Good Schools Guide

As girls progress into Key Stage 2 (Year 3 – 6), they already know how to learn with their teachers becoming supporters, guides, and partners in the process. Independence increases each year and pupils spend more time with specialist teachers and in Senior School classrooms.

Technology is an integral part of the learning process and our girls use the latest devices including iPads and Chromebooks with apps to complete tasks remotely and to collaborate with peers.


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