“Through assemblies, pupils consider the impact on society of famous women, such as Rosa Parks and Greta Thunberg.”

Ofsted February 2020

The School Day

The day starts every morning with registration and a whole school assembly. Thursdays are special because assemblies are led entirely by the girls. This is an opportunity for them to perform in front of their peers providing a platform to build confidence and show pride in their achievements. This is voluntary and there are no limits on what they can do – sing a song, recite or read a poem, play a piece of music, demonstrate their belt-winning karate move…

The structure of a typical school day looks like this:

8.45am Registration
8.55am Daily Assembly
Mornings Academic lessons
12.00 -13.00 pm Lunch
Afternoons Academic lessons, art, sport, music, dance and homework
3.15 – 5.30 pm Clubs
3.00 pm Early Years school day ends
3.15 pm Years 1 & 2 school day ends
3.45 pm Years 3 & 4 school day ends
4.10 pm Years 5 & 6 school day ends

A host of school clubs are available to every child on every school day until 4.30/ 5.30pm.