Choosing your daughter's first school is one of the most important decisions that you will make.
Acknowledging your daughter's growing independence you will seek the assurance that she will be able to fulfil her academic potential, that she will be inspired and motivated, nurtured and cared for.
Understandably, you will want to do all you can do to ensure that she will grow into a happy, confident, successful, well-balanced, resilient and compassionate young woman.
Providing academic foundations, the first few years of a child's education are vitally important. We guarantee that every day each child receives the quality time and attention required to gradually build her confidence and self-esteem, which in turn will allow her to develop her own curiosity and interest in learning and discovery.
Our spacious and innovative centre for early years – Bluebelles – provides a safe and dynamic home to our Nursery and Reception classes.
The purpose-built centre is modern, bright and colourful; perfectly equipped to offer stimulation for both physical and academic development. The building provides bright and spacious classrooms and teaching rooms fitted with interactive white boards; a kitchen with a viewing window; a dedicated library; two outdoor play areas and an outdoor terrace.
Our play area is enjoyed by the girls on a daily basis and includes swings, an adventure playground, scooter track, bicycles and much more - providing a safe, secure and interesting environment for the girls to have fun with their friends.
The Bluebelles benefit from using our modern Sports Complex which provides a large indoor swimming pool, indoor sports hall, dance studio and outdoors sports field and pitches.
The girls are introduced to the world of music and drama by our specialised teachers in our state-of-the-art Performing Arts Centre which comprises of a recital room, numerous music practice rooms and classrooms, a music technology suite and a professional recording studio.
'Excellent in Every Category' according to last Education Inspection