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ALDERLEY EDGE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

Alderley Edge School for Girls is a top per­form­ing in­de­pen­dent school for girls aged 2 – 18 years.

With out­stand­ing pas­toral sup­port, in­no­va­tive teach­ing, a broad cur­ricu­lum and a fan­tas­tic ar­ray of ex­tra-cur­ric­u­lar op­por­tu­ni­ties, each girl is nur­tured and sup­ported in small classes. This year, the School achieved its best ever A Level re­sults and was ranked the top per­form­ing in­de­pen­dent school for A Level Re­sults in Cheshire East for A* - B grades*

The School in­vites you to visit one of its forth­com­ing open events to find out more:

Open Evening, Thurs­day 4 Oc­to­ber from 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Open Day, Sat­ur­day 6 Oc­to­ber from 10:00am – 12:30pm

Sixth Form Open Evening, Thurs­day 11 Oc­to­ber from 6:30pm – 8:45pm

‘As­pire not to have more, but to be more’

AMPLEFORTH COL­LEGE

Set in over 2,000 acres of North York­shire coun­try­side, Ampleforth Col­lege pro­vides an en­vi­ron­ment where all chil­dren go be­yond their po­ten­tial.

Ampleforth is more than just a school; our stu­dents do well aca­dem­i­cally, ex­cel on the games field, make in­spir­ing mu­sic and stretch them­selves through the enor­mous va­ri­ety of ac­tiv­i­ties on of­fer in our beau­ti­ful val­ley, which they leave with a de­sire to go be­yond their po­ten­tial, what­ever that may be.

We are con­cerned with the whole per­son who will one day leave our val­ley with what we call a ‘com­pass for life;’ a per­sonal di­rec­tion-fin­der that al­lows them to al­ways hold onto their moral bear­ings. Come and see how we pre­pare our stu­dents for life be­yond the Ampleforth val­ley.

BIRKEN­HEAD SCHOOL One of the UK’S lead­ing

in­de­pen­dent schools, lo­cated in the heart of Ox­ton in Wir­ral.

The School of­fers an all through ed­u­ca­tion for girls and boys from Nurs­ery at three months through to Sixth Form. Small class sizes, in­vest­ment in pas­toral care and be­lief in know­ing each in­di­vid­ual cre­ates a close school com­mu­nity where teach­ers know what makes ev­ery stu­dent ‘tick’.

Sports tours to South Africa, trekking in Nepal and talks from speak­ers such as Clare Bald­ing are just some of the re­cent op­por­tu­ni­ties of­fered to stu­dents and com­ple­ment the School’s ex­ten­sive co-cur­ric­u­lar pro­gramme.

Fam­i­lies are warmly in­vited to visit the School at the forth­com­ing Open Events:

Se­niors Open Evening on Thurs­day 4th Oc­to­ber 5.00pm8.00pm and Prep Open Morn­ing on Fri­day 9th No­vem­ber 9.30am11.30am.

CHEA­DLE HULME SCHOOL

Rated ‘ex­cel­lent’ by the In­de­pen­dent Schools’ In­spec­torate, with its Re­cep­tion pupils praised for ‘ex­cep­tional achieve­ment’, the School val­ues in­di­vid­ual ef­fort, ac­tive en­gage­ment, and col­lab­o­ra­tive learn­ing. All pupils are en­cour­aged to lead aca­demic, ac­tive and al­tru­is­tic life­styles whilst be­ing ed­u­cated within core prin­ci­ples – In­tegrity, En­deav­our, Re­silience, Com­pas­sion and Con­tri­bu­tion.

Whether en­rolling in CHS’S Pre-school, join­ing the In­fants or Ju­niors, start­ing in the Se­nior School aged 11 or em­bark­ing upon one of CHS’S Sixth Form Pathways dur­ing those de­ci­sive pre-uni­ver­sity years, each child is of­fered an ex­pe­ri­ence which is unique to their own ed­u­ca­tional jour­ney.

Boys and girls learn, work and de­velop along­side each other. To­gether they ex­pe­ri­ence a chal­leng­ing, dy­namic and rel­e­vant ed­u­ca­tion that en­ables them to reach their full aca­demic po­ten­tial whilst pre­par­ing them for to­day’s rapidly chang­ing world.

WITHING­TON GIRLS’ SCHOOL

Withing­ton Girls’ School cel­e­brated ex­cep­tional A Level and GCSE re­sults this sum­mer, with an all-time high of 42% of A-level sub­ject grades passed at A* and 43% of GCSE re­sults at Grade 9. Along­side its out­stand­ing aca­demic record, girls ben­e­fit from an ex­ten­sive ex­tracur­ric­u­lar pro­gramme and thrive in the School’s nur­tur­ing and sup­port­ive en­vi­ron­ment. In an ex­cit­ing re­cent de­vel­op­ment, WGS has added a new sport and fit­ness cen­tre with the aim of in­spir­ing life­long fit­ness and well­be­ing for all. Pupils come from all back­grounds, cul­tures and faiths and ex­cel­lent trans­port links en­able pupils to travel from a wide catch­ment area. Meanstested bur­sary as­sis­tance is avail­able. Open Days are on 8th and 10th No­vem­ber.

York | 01439 766 000 www.ampleforth.org.uk/col­lege

Alderley Edge 01625 583 028 | www.aesg. co.uk *The Times League Ta­bles - 17/08/2018

Chea­dle | 0161 488 3345 www.cheadle­hul­meschool.co.uk

Manch­ester |0161 249 3371 www.wgs.org

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