St Catherine’s is an academically selective Church of England School with a strong focus on roundedness. It offers all its pupils access to a first rate education in the broadest sense. There are 900 pupils, aged 4 – 18, including some 260 in the Preparatory School, 160 boarders in the Senior School (from 11+) and 170 in the Sixth Form.
Founded in 1885 as a girls’ school for day and boarding pupils, the School’s traditions are well established. The first hundred years of its history reflect the School’s steady evolution into a forward-looking educational establishment for young women which still retains the best values of the past whilst embracing new educational approaches and committing to preparing young women for their ongoing education and lives beyond School. In September 2010 the School celebrated its 125th Anniversary: proud of its past and optimistic for its future.
In 2014 we were proud to welcome Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall, on a visit during which she officially opened the 125th Anniversary Halls and the refurbished Speech Hall Library. Her links with the School go back to her great, great grandfather, Lord Ashcombe, one of our Founders, and in 2015 we were delighted that she agreed to become our Patron.
Set in the beautiful countryside of the Surrey Hills, 3 miles south of Guildford, the School’s 25 acre campus in the village of Bramley, boasts up-to-date facilities – all on site -as well as attractive boarding accommodation for Senior School pupils.
Our pupils enjoy outstanding success in every field – academic, sporting, cultural – and we are proud of all that we help them to achieve. We then watch with equal pride the many things that our alumnae go on to achieve in their lives and professional careers beyond School, and welcome them back warmly as lifelong members of the St. Catherine’s Association who provide invaluable careers input and networks for our current pupils.
By creating an environment in which their confidence can grow, we ensure that our girls thrive. How do we create such an exceptional environment? By treating each girl as an individual, by constant encouragement and by striving to ensure that every pupil is happy at school.
The girls take part in a wide range of sports, including netball, tennis, swimming, and lacrosse. The school has four lacrosse pitches and a number of courts for netball and tennis. In the Preparatory School, hockey is played.
The school hosts a variety of creative arts, with the students regularly taking part in art, textiles, design technology, home economics, drama and music lessons.
U. A. Fanthorpe – poet
Isabel Hardman – Political Journalist, Assistant Editor of The Spectator
Ann Hogarth – puppeteer
Davina McCall – television presenter
Dianna Melrose – British Ambassador to Cuba (2008-2012) and High Commissioner to Tanzania (2013-)
Joan Shenton – broadcaster
Juliet Stevenson – stage, film and television actress
Francine Stock – journalist and radio presenter
Philippa Stroud, Baroness Stroud – Conservative peer
Barbara Euphan Todd – children’s writer
Dorothy Tutin – stage, film and television actress
Lily Travers – film actress
Poppy Drayton – film and television actress
Lucy Watson – reality tv performer
|牛津剑桥大学录取率 Oxbridge rate||14.00%|
|邮编 Postcode||TW1 4QJ|
|最低年龄 Start Age||3|
|最高年龄 End Age||18|
|宗教信仰 Religion||Roman Catholic|
|GCSE排名 GCSE Ranking||191|
|ISI教育质量报告 ISI Integrated/Education quality report||http://isischools.devprocess.com/DownloadReport.aspx?t=c&r=EQI6938_20161011.pdf&s=6938|
|ISC综合报告 ISC Compliance report||http://isischools.devprocess.com/DownloadReport.aspx?t=c&r=FCI6938_20161011.PDF&s=6938|