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Colston’s Girls School


Queen Elizabeth’s


Hospital School The curriculum QEH offers a broad and balanced curriculum taught through interesting and exciting methods. The curriculum offers the chance to study subjects in depth, aiming to meet the wide range of academic needs and interests of the pupils.


Extra-curricular activities QEH prides itself on the choice of activities it provides and boys are encouraged to take part in a number of extra-curricular activities through the introduction of an activities slot on the timetable. Religious denomination Non-denominational Pastoral care Care is unobtrusive but strong. The school provides a close-knit environment where pupils are encouraged and also encourage one another to achieve. Meet the principal Mr Stephen Holliday “Academic excellence at QEH directly benefits from momentum and enthusiasm created in broader areas of school life. It is considered cool to join in, to


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develop your own interests and to be an individual.” Famous alumni Hugo Weaving (actor), Jack Cuthbert (Bath Rugby player), Sir Ivor Jennings (lawyer and academic) Term dates Autumn: 4 September – 14 December Spring: 8 January – 22 March Summer: 16 April – 5 July Number of pupils Junior: 112 boys, aged 7-11 Senior: 550 boys, aged 11-18 Termly fees £2,563 - £3,922 • Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital School Berkeley Place Clifton, Bristol 0117 930 3040 qehbristol.co.uk


Colston’s Girls’


School Summary of curriculum Colston’s Girl’s School offers a broad and dynamic curriculum at all levels, including nine languages and diverse humanities subjects alongside the core subjects.


Extra-curricular activities All students are encouraged to get involved with extra-curricular activities,


which range from sports to musical activities and extra academic options such as debating club and ‘horrible histories’. Religious denomination Non-denominational Pastoral care There is a strong pastoral care system at the school, relying on clear and open lines of communication between pupils, staff and parents. Meet the principal Mrs Lesley Jones Outstanding characteristics Colston’s Girls’ School prides itself on its green credentials, dedicating an entire subject to the green issues in Year 7, and with green extra-curricular activities on offer. One of the school’s buildings also recently won an Excellence in Architecture award from the Royal Institute of British Architects. Term dates Autumn: 6 September - 19 December Spring: 7 January - 22 March Summer: 11 April - 10 July Size 800, aged 11-18 Termly fees N/A • Colston’s Girls’ School Cheltenham Road 0117 942 4328


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