sixth form. An independent day and boarding school, it is the only school in Surrey to follow the “diamond teaching model”, which means co-education at the youngest ages, single sex through the prep department to GCSEs then a mixed-sex sixth form. It is obviously a model that gets results
as last year government league tables rated the Royal top in Surrey and 22nd in Britain for average GCSE score.
For those who enjoy making the most of the great outdoors there is plenty to enjoy in Haslemere.
“There are plenty of outdoor pursuits, the area is criss-crossed by many footpaths and bridle ways ideal for riding, running cycling and walking,” Hardwick says. There are several fantastic walks both around the town and through the surrounding countryside and hills, taking in the landmarks (there are a range of
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maps and leaflets available from the local information centre). However for those who are more adventurous, and experienced, there is the Greensand Way, which stretches for more than 100 miles across Surrey and Kent through designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, passing through heathland, farmland, orchards woodland and hop gardens. For those who prefer to get their
exercise on the sports field, swimming or
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