At AESG, we believe in fostering a global perspective and creating an inclusive learning environment for our girls that transcends borders. Our commitment to international engagement goes beyond the classroom.  From forging international partnerships to empowering our girls through transformative experiences abroad, enriching the educational experience for students and staff alike.

In this section, there is an enriching tapestry of cultures, collaborative projects, and leadership opportunities that define our international initiatives. Join us as we prepare our students to lead with confidence and compassion on the global stage. This is more than education; it's a journey of empowerment, unity, and limitless possibilities.

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Cultural Opportunities At AESG

British Council 

"Stephen Hull, Senior Project Manager at the British Council, said: “Alderley Edge School for Girls’ international work has earned the school well-deserved recognition in the form of the British Council International School Award, Intermediate level. I particularly liked the Language Leaders activity when your students visited ten primary schools to teach younger students the languages they speak. This should encourage younger pupils to think more about both learning languages and also learning about other cultures."

AESG Awarded British Council International School Award 

Alderley Edge School for Girls has been awarded the British Council International Award, Intermediate Level, in recognition of its commitment to developing linguistic skills, working on collaborative projects with schools overseas and raising awareness of global issues.


The Modern Foreign Languages Department at AESG has been working on several initiatives within school to engage pupils and additional opportunities to practise their languages. The School has recently created partnerships with a number of overseas schools including partner schools in Taiwan, Germany, Spain and France.


Pupils at AESG have benefited from international-linked activities such as study trips to Barcelona, Madrid and Paris, medical work experience in Germany, pen pals in France and a very successful Chinese Club during which our pupils share their knowledge of Cantonese calligraphy, Chinese culture, music and food with their peers.


The British Council particularly commended the school’s Language Leaders programme in which students visit local primary schools within the area to teach younger pupils in the community languages including Greek, Turkish, Arabic and Urdu.