Royal Greenwich: October Half Term Activities
Our young women have an absolute right to achieve their personal best. The girls are encouraged in their learning, challenged to imagine more and given extensive opportunities to develop as young women. The key priorities of extending learning, high standards of achievement and the personal development of our students drive all that we do. We are specialists in contemporary girls’ education and proud of our 112 year history of educating the woman of tomorrow.
Our behaviour for lifelong learning is excellent and we have strong support systems in place, including a dedicated:
Pastoral Managers Team
Special Educational Needs and Disability Team High Achievers Lead Practitioner. We encourage our young women to take every opportunity that supports their development as strong confident and resilient young people i.e. to be ‘happy in your own skin’.
Our extracurricular programme allows girls to explore their strengths as mentors, ambassadors and student leaders as well as pursue a wide range of sports, participate in trips abroad, achieve the Duke of Edinburgh Award, play in one of the bands (orchestra, jazz or steel pans), perform in the drama club, create in our art and technology clubs and much more.
Dedicated to developing enquiring minds, we teach a broad, innovative and challenging curriculum. Girls are taught in a variety of setting and groupings, with creativity, problem-solving and enquiry at the heart of their lessons. Our curriculum offer is personalised to the needs of our students at KS4 and allows for an accelerated curriculum. Teamwork is key to our success.
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.