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  • Royal High Junior School, Bath
    Cranwell House
    Weston Park East
    BA1 2UZ
  • Head: Miss Heidi Hughes
  • T 01225 422931
  • F 01225 484378
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  • A mainstream independent school for girls aged from 3 to 11 with a linked senior school
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Bath and North East Somerset
  • Pupils: 146
  • Religion: Non-denominational
  • Fees: £9,249 - £9,747 pa
  • Open days: Private visits encouraged at any time, by appointment.
  • Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
  • Linked schools: Royal High School, Bath

What says..

All in all, a great choice for parents wanting a single-sex primary education with good, old-fashioned rigour, vigour and values – oh, and fun, leading on to more of the same......

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What the school says...

The Junior School is a happy and bright community where our girls can flourish and grow. We understand the importance of 'getting it right' and from those very early days of Nursery right through to Year 6 when your daughter is getting ready for the challenges of Senior School. Our school is fully committed to providing your daughter with the very best opportunities. Set in stunning grounds close to Bath city centre with well-equipped facilities we provide a wealth of learning experiences which include weekly French in Nursery-Year 3, Spanish in Year 4, German in Year 5 and Mandarin in Year 6, Ballet, Music, Drama and Sport all taught by specialist teachers. Visitors often comment on the warmth, fun and sense of purpose that permeates our school. We believe that happy children love to learn and our supportive pastoral care, along with close home/school links, ensures that all the girls are nurtured as we guide them through the first years of their education. 10% discount off full boarding fees for service families. ...Read more

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What The Good Schools Guide says

All in all, a great choice for parents wanting a single-sex primary education with good, old-fashioned rigour, vigour and values – oh, and fun, leading on to more of the same...


Since 2013, Miss Heidi Hughes BSc PGCE MA. Previously deputy head of Royal Russell Junior School, Surrey. Prior to this she was a member of management teams at British schools in Singapore and the Philippines. A strong advocate of linking learning in and beyond the classroom, she welcomes parental involvement. Outside school, her interests are sport, travel and family. She often volunteers at local sporting events (including the London 2012 Olympics).


By assessment and interview with the head. Nursery school pupils are expected to transfer to the junior school and have first choice of available places.

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