No Hidden Child
A Better Choice
Academic Distinction
A Truly Holistic Education
Aspire not to have more
but to be more


Alderley Edge School for Girls provides girls with outstanding pastoral support, innovative teaching, a broad curriculum and a fantastic array of extra-curricular opportunities.  Each girl is nurtured and supported in small classes and it is our priority that each girl reaches her individual potential and becomes the best she can be.

We value the successes and achievements of all our girls; both academically and in other contexts, from dance to drama, music to sport.  Girls leave as confident, articulate and mature young women who can achieve in the world beyond our school gates.

Alderley Edge School for Girls is a community. All our girls, from those in Nursery at the age of two, through to Sixth Form at the age of 18, feel safe and secure and benefit from being in a school positioned in a vibrant village environment.

I would like to invite you to learn more about us by coming in to see us in action. I am confident that once you have visited us you will appreciate what makes our school such a special place.

Mrs Helen Jeys

She wants to nurture intellectual curiosity, so the whole school becomes ‘an educational experience’. Her not unambitious aim is to make it the premier girls’ school in Cheshire and buck the notion that to get to Oxbridge you need to attend one of the traditional, academic (some might say, three line whip pressured) schools.

Early Years

Early Years

You can always be assured of an enthusiastic welcome in our Early Years department at Alderley Edge School for Girls, not only from the staff, but also the girls themselves!
Infants and Juniors

Infants and Juniors

Our Junior School is an exciting environment for your daughter to start her academic journey at AESG.
Wonderful pastoral care and an exciting curriculum, enable our girls to enjoy challenge and maximise their potential within a nurturing environment.


Life in the Senior School is always exciting. We seek to engage the girls in the pursuit of excellence across the board, both academically in the classroom and through an extensive range of enrichment activities.
Sixth Form

Sixth Form

Life in the Sixth Form is very different from Year 11. Students work in partnership with teachers to achieve their goals and reach their full potential.


Class of 2008

Sophie Carroll

Class of 2010

Katie Morum

Class of 1984

Marianne Elliott

Class of 2008

Emma Spedding


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Bee in the City!


Malawi adventure comes to a close!


The relevance of uniforms in a 21st century school


Nursery and Pre-School Taster Day

Tuesday 26 June 2018 from 9:30am – 11:30am

For girls aged 2 – 4