Combining academic excellence with strong pastoral support and a focus on moral development we inspire, challenge and support each individual girl.

The education of girls lies at the heart of our vision. Academic rigour and excellent exam preparation are a given - girls deserve the opportunity to grow as individuals, assume leadership roles, develop lasting friendships, take risks and excel in an environment that caters for their needs.

Great girls’ schools do not reinforce stereotypes - they give girls the confidence to challenge and subvert them.

Good schools help their pupils to achieve the best possible grades and win places at their chosen universities. Outstanding schools do much more than this – through deep learning, enrichment and extension programmes - they equip their students with the skills required to go on to achieve outstanding careers and rewarding lives. 


Remembrance Assembly: 11/11/14

We would like to invite you to our annual Assembly of Remembrance here in the Assembly Hall on Monday 11 November at 8:45am.

It is an Assembly where we stress the importance and relevance of our wider family, both near and far. We would be honoured if you could join our Act of Remembrance with us.

We look forward to seeing you.

With warm regards


Jacqualyn Pain

Head Mistress

News & Events

School at Work Morning

Wednesday 5 November 2014

School at Work Open Mornings (9.30am start)

Our School at Work events provide an opportunity for you to meet the Head Mistress and see the whole school (Bluebelle House, Junior and Senior School) on a normal working day. These events are structured starting at 9.30am and finishing around 11am. As places are limited, please call us on 01923 825446 or email: admissions@nwc.gdst.net to book your place.

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