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Godolphin School

Milford Hill, Salisbury, SP1 2RA

Godolphin is a truly special school with an extraordinary heritage, having educated young women for almost 300 years. A Godolphin education embodies richness of opportunity and variety of challenge to empower students to realise their own potential and thrive in...
Godolphin School

Phone: 01722430500

Website: www.godolphin.org

Head: Mrs Emma Hattersley

Registrar Details:

Corinna Florence, Head of Admissions
01722430545

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Godolphin is a truly special school with an extraordinary heritage, having educated young women for almost 300 years. A Godolphin education embodies richness of opportunity and variety of challenge to empower students to realise their own potential and thrive in an ever changing world.

Notable Academic Facilities

All students are issued with a Surface Pro upon arrival at School. Godolphins' Digital Strategy underpins it's core Academic provision. Godolphin's Sixth Form Centre boasts state of the art study facilities.

Wellbeing & Pastoral Care

Godolphin prides itself on the outstanding pastoral care of all students. The wellbeing of each girl is key and all students are supported by an excellent team of highly experienced and caring staff in a warm and secure environment. The School is structured so that every student has her own dedicated tutor who can provide guidance and a listening ear. Godolphin’s Chaplain is also available and provides an important role and additional support as does the School Counsellor, the Head of House and the Health Team at the School Health & Wellness Centre.

Advice For Parents

18 months prior to the time of required entry to School

Typical Child

All students thrive at Godolphin. There is no such thing as a typical Godolphin student, however, as a School we are attracted to girls with a love of loving, a determination to take risks, to be courageous and give it a go.

Highly Regarded For

Outstanding pastoral care

Notable Points

Godolphin aims to support all its students in effective learning. The Special Needs Policy is broadly inclusive and our Learning Support Department is an integral part of the School.  We recognise that some pupils may need additional support at times during their academic career and others who have a SpLD are catered for throughout their education. Communication between pupil, teachers and School is a vital part of its philosophy. Access Arrangements for GCSE and A Levels are assessed internally to ensure each student’s individual ‘Evidence of Need’ is met and documented throughout each Department.

Leavers' Attainment

A-level 30% Grade A*, 60% Grades A*-A, 85% Grades A* - B

Sector: Independent

Day/Boarding: Day & Boarding

Setting: Town

Total Pupils: 461

Ages Covered: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

Gender: Girls

Gender (sixth form): Girls

Religious Ethos: Church of England

Opening Date: 1/1/1908

SEN: Comprehensive SEN support

Sibling Policy: Yes

Financial Assistance: Armed forces discount, Bursary, Sibling discount

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Entry Routes: 11+, 13+, UKiset, 16+

Selection: Not Academically Selective

Early Application: None

Languages: French, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Greek

Curriculum:

  • British
  • GCSE
  • A Level

Recreational Space:
Extensive sports facilities on campus