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The creative displays of artistic endeavours and handwritten work, along with educational themes that are imaginatively brought to life in every inch of this school, are like nothing else we’ve seen. We walked through World War I trenches in one corridor, only to find a classroom-come-rainforest. We saw the cosiest, most welcoming book-corners known to mankind and ancient Egyptian art practically jumping off the noticeboards.  Girls are guaranteed a place at the Royal Masonic School and about 85 per cent take it, making it the clear choice for parents looking for a one stop shop. A tip-top girls’ school for those that favour the ....

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In September 2012 we opened a second, parallel Reception class where girls are taught in classes of a maximum of 14. There is a planned expansion in each year group until the school maximum class size of 24 may be reached in Year 6.

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Since 2014, Ian Connors BA PGCE TEFL MBA (in education management) NPQH (40s), previously head of primary at Harrow International School, Bangkok. Degree in English and American history and literature. Has also been director of studies at King Edward's School, Bath and head of a Cambridgeshire primary school.

Informal, warm and unguarded, this is a truly hands-on headmaster. As often as he’s in his surprisingly modest office, he’s actually teaching (‘I can’t create a happy, successful school if I don’t even know what it’s like at the coalface’), as we saw for himself when we observed his lively ICT class, where he won instant brownie points among the girls for teaching the educational version of Minecraft. ‘He’s all about getting the children to engage,’ say parents – so while more old-school...

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