While The Royal High School is built on a strong foundation of 150 years of history we are firmly focused on the future. We offer an outstanding, contemporary, girl-centred education from nursery to sixth form and as one of the 26 schools of the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) we are at the forefront of girls’ education in the UK.
RHS is a high-achieving day and boarding school with a positive ethos; life-long friendships are formed and learning is fun. We work hard to know our girls as individuals so that we can help each one to discover her strengths and passions as she moves through school. Our girls experience first-rate teaching in the classroom as evidenced by our examination results and valued-added data, but they are also encouraged and supported to think for themselves, solve problems and be prepared to have the confidence to take risks and learn through their mistakes. In addition, our dynamic extra-curricular programme, range of leadership opportunities and strong pastoral care for day girls and boarders enables each one to thrive.
Ultimately, I hope that the girls who are educated at The Royal High, including my own daughter, will leave school as well-educated, well-rounded and well-balanced young women who are not only able to navigate a competitive global, multicultural, technology-driven world successfully, but who have the qualities and character to make a positive difference through the lives they live.
The RHSB aims to:
Lead in girls’ education and be recognised as providing an outstanding day and boarding education, specifically tailored to the needs of girls in the 21st century;
Sustain a high performance culture where each member of staff is committed to working towards the vision for the school and is accountable for their contribution;
Embed social responsibility through strong links with the community and offer a range of opportunities for girls to engage in service and leadership;
Drive innovation by encouraging and engaging in modern, innovative thinking and the implementation of new ideas inside and outside the classroom;
Be an exceptional school community which values staff and treats girls as individuals, enabling them to flourish in every area (academic, social, emotional, moral, spiritual and cultural);
Encourage every girl to be a force for positive change as they take their place in the global environment.
Dawn Austwick OBE, chief executive of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, and CEO of the Big Lottery Fund, daughter of Prof Kenneth Austwick
Mary Berry (food writer)
Elspeth Howe, Baroness Howe of Idlicote CBE, wife of Geoffrey Howe, and Chairman from 1997-9 of the Broadcasting Standards Commission
Iris Morley, historian
Edith Picton-Turbervill OBE, Labour MP from 1929-31 for The Wrekin
Susan Strange, economist
Cecil Woodham-Smith (née Fitzgerald), historian
Sonia Melchett (née Graham), socialite and writer
|牛津剑桥大学录取率 Oxbridge rate||N/A|
|邮编 Postcode||BA1 5SZ|
|最低年龄 Start Age||3|
|最高年龄 End Age||19|
|宗教信仰 Religion||Inter- / non- denominational|
|GCSE排名 GCSE Ranking||66|
|A-level排名 A-level Ranking||101|
|ISI教育质量报告 ISI Integrated/Education quality report||http://isischools.devprocess.com/DownloadReport.aspx?t=c&r=EQI6171_20161115.pdf&s=6171|
|ISC综合报告 ISC Compliance report||http://isischools.devprocess.com/DownloadReport.aspx?t=c&r=FCI6171_20161115.PDF&s=6171|