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Welcome to Seniors

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.

Girls are encouraged to think for themselves, challenge themselves, question and explore, always supported by their inspirational and committed teachers. High levels of expectation lead to excellent attitudes to learning throughout the school. They are aspirational and positive in their approach to their studies and always committed to achieving the highest standards.

The girls are developed through the Gifted and Talented programme from Year 7 right through to the Sixth Form. There is also a Learning Enhancement Co-ordinator to support girls individually as and when necessary.

I want the girls to enjoy their school days and we do all we can to offer them exciting opportunities and activities both locally and overseas to complement their academic pursuits.

There is more to Alderley Edge School for Girls than you could ever imagine and I would like to invite you to learn more 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
Headmistress

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Our annual PFA Christmas Fair is taking place this Saturday from 12:00pm - 3:00pm. A great selection of stalls, tombolas, festive food, homemade produce, music, craft and our very own Santa’s Grotto with elves! Plus many amazing prizes at our Grand Raffle. See you there!

Year 7’s Trip to St Philip and St James’ Church

An account of the trip, written by Jessica Mc D, Year 7.   On Thursday 12 October, we walked to the nearby church to explore the building and find out about Christian symbols and worship. When we arrived we walked down the aisle and sat in the pew. The pews and pulpit (which is where...

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Gifted and Talented

Pastoral Care

Happiness is the key to good progress. Outstanding pastoral care typifies life at AESG and nowhere is this more evident than in our Junior School.

Visitors to our school always comment on how happy our children are, of the balance between familiarity and respectfulness that exists between pupils and staff. Each girl knows she is valued as an individual, and is very much a part of the whole school community. Form teachers establish close bonds between themselves an their pupils at this age, providing a consistency of care and our PHSE lessons also form an important part of our pastoral care.

Chaplain Mary is a regular presence in the Junior School and is regularly involved in assemblies, charity support and often works alongside staff in the classroom. She is a very familiar face that every girl knows they can talk to.

We also have a Friendship Council at the school, girls are elected by their peers to join the council each term. These girls work with their fellow pupils to alleviate any minor issues, introduce and promote new playground games etc. In addition, we run an Orange Juice Club – this is run by a member of staff and gives girls the opportunity to discuss any worries they might have in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

Our School Nurse, Mrs Wylie is also available for the girls to meet with, she also helps to deliver health education within the curriculum.

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Forthcoming Open Events:

Working Day Tours – Tuesday 21 November & Thursday 23 November

Sixth Form Taster Day – Friday 24 November