Head’s Blog

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.

The relevance of uniforms in a 21st century school

Helen Jeys, Headmistress at Alderley Edge School for Girls (AESG), reflects on whether school uniform still has a place in today’s society. We are all aware of the results attained by Finland in the Programme for International Student Assessments (PISA) over recent years. In 2009, Finland was placed almost at the top of the table...

Happiness is the Key to Success

Mobile Phones in Schools: Are we going far enough?

Well Being – Changing the Conversation

Summer Holidays – A Time for Rest and Relaxation?

In preparation for the final half term of the year, I was searching online for inspiring quotes to share with my students. When looking for the final quote of the term which I will use in my assembly to say ‘goodbye’ to students and wish them a lovely break, I was greeted by some which...

A Sixth Month Reflection

Making the Transition from Management to Leadership

Tips for Top Assemblies

Nursery and Pre-School Taster Day

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

For girls aged 2 – 4