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'Good at taking the timid and shy and making them blossom,' says a parent. In addition to emphasizing girls’ independence and strengths, the school has a very pro-active policy on creating a positive atmosphere and combating bullying in any form. It works this magic by focusing on the small things, whether it’s a pencil case or an unkind comment, because for girls of this age, 'that’s their reality'. Sporting success on many levels a good indication that a lack of green space isn’t holding them back. Guided tour given to us by confident, articulate and bubbly pupils...

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Christina Foord BA MPhil PGCE (40s), senior school head since 2010, took over the leadership of the whole school in 2017. She was previously deputy head and head of boarding at St Catherine’s, Bramley. Prior to this she taught English and history in a number of schools including The Queen’s School, Chester. She takes a keen interest in music and sport of all sorts and is eager to provide her girls with opportunities to showcase their talents. Known throughout the school as being 'up for a challenge', she recently abseiled down the tower of Guildford Cathedral in aid of charity. Married, with two senior-school aged children and two dogs. Staff remark in admiration that she’s ready to get 'stuck in', and when the new climbing wall was inaugurated, she was one of the first...

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