Scholarships & Destination Schools

We are very proud of our excellent academic results and established record of scholarship and examination success.

Our girls are able to fulfil their ambitions and potential and go on to attend some of the most prestigious day and boarding schools in the UK.

 

Our girls have been awarded the following scholarships in 2019:

  • City of London School for Girls – Academic Scholarship
  • Frances Holland – two Academic Scholarships & a Head Master’s Exhibition
  • Godolphin & Latymer – Music Exhibition
  • Queens College – Academic Scholarship
  • Queens Wood – Academic Scholarship
  • South Hampstead High School – Music Scholarship

 

Our 2019 leavers are moving on to:

  • Ark Academy
  • Channing
  • City of London School for Girls
  • Dunhurst
  • Francis Holland, Regents Park
  • Francis Holland, Sloane Square
  • Highgate
  • North London Collegiate
  • Parliament Hill
  • Queens College
  • Queen’s Gate School
  • Queenswood School
  • South Hampstead High School
  • St Paul’s School for Girls
  • Wycombe Abbey

 

Our girls have also recently achieved places at:

  • American School in London
  • Ark Academy
  • Cheltenham Ladies College
  • Downe House
  • Francis Holland, Regents Park
  • Francis Holland, Sloane Square
  • Felton Fleet Prep School
  • Godolphin & Latymer
  • Haberdasher’s Askes’ School for Girls
  • Haileybury
  • Halcyon School
  • Henrietta Barnet
  • Highgate
  • Immanuel College
  • Kings, Canterbury
  • Latymer Upper School
  • L’Ecole Internationale
  • Marylebone Grammar
  • Mill Hill Foundation
  • More House
  • North Bridge House
  • North London Collegiate
  • Parliament Hill
  • Portland Place
  • Oundle School
  • Queen’s College
  • Queen’s Gate
  • Queenswood
  • South Hampstead High School
  • St Albans High School for Girls
  • St James
  • St Helen’s
  • St Margaret’s
  • St Marylebone Grammar School
  • Stoneyhurst
  • St Paul’s School for Girls
  • St Swithun’s
  • Sylvia Young Theatre School
  • Tudor Hall
  • Wycombe Abbey

“My older daughter was very happy, and did very well at the 11+”

Sarum Hall parent