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We saw some very impressive still life work in the very studio-like space at the top of the school, which had brilliant ceiling windows, creating an excellent space to be creative. Well-equipped science labs in the basement with a good old-fashioned full-sized skeleton in the corner. Girls are starting to win netball matches now – and we were proudly told of how they beat Glendower recently. Lots of awards and prizes and opportunities to speak publicly and take responsibility to build that confidence. We were particularly impressed with an astonishing game...

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We provide a happy and stimulating environment for all our girls and make every effort to 'hang on to childhood for as long as possible'. The primary years are so precious and all our staff are totally committed to developing the girls into well rounded, happy young people at the age of eleven. ...Read more

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Since 2012, Mr Henry Keighley-Elstub BA PGCE (40s), previously deputy head at Wetherby Prep. Educated at Eton and Leeds University, where he read classical civilization. He has taught history at Ludgrove, Cothill and Chesham Prep, where he was head of department and also senior master. As well as this being his first headship, it is also his first experience of an all girls’ school, and one that finishes at 11 years rather than 13. ‘I was worried about that at first,' he admits, ‘but now I barely notice, and communicating with an 11-year-old girl is equivalent to talking to a 13-year-old boy.’ Married to Sarah who works at IBM (‘I have no idea what she does’, he confides. ‘Perhaps she’s a spy.’) They have a young daughter.

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