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A lovely environment, surrounded by woods (although the pines do gloom a little). Woodland area with tents and wigwams for the early years, used under supervision. Flocks are watched closely here - few trips to A and E from this school. Hard surface play areas to use when the woods are muddy. The juniors have a special area of woodland, carefully fenced off, complete with log cabin. And no, they can't...

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Talbot Heath is unique in the area, offering complete continuity of education for girls aged 3-18 in an environment where the children enjoy the best standards of education and care. The children also benefit from access to the Senior School 's comprehensive specialist facilities. We are proud of our academic reputation, but our strengths lie in many areas, including music, sport and the creative arts. The school offers an excellent start to all pupils and they are nurtured and encouraged in a caring, family environment throughout the school, where each pupil is enabled to reach their full potential. We place most value, however, on the ethos of the school; creating an environment where the children are happy and confident and, most importantly, where children are enjoying their educational experience. ...Read more

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All-through school (for example 3-18 years). - An all-through school covers junior and senior education. It may start at 3 or 4, or later, and continue through to 16 or 18. Some all-through schools set exams at 11 or 13 that pupils must pass to move on.

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Since September 2018, Liz Pugh, previously deputy head. Degree in law and history from Oxford Brookes; joined the school in 2010 as year 2 teacher, becoming year 5 teacher and SEN coordinator, then promoted to deputy head in January 2017. Her daughter, now grown up, attended the school.


Not selective until year 2, from when girls are tested in English, maths and verbal reasoning, with a head teacher's report.

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