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St George’s School Ascot

Wells Lane, Ascot, SL5 7DZ

St George’s, Ascot is an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 11-18. The school is situated in 30 acres of stunning grounds just off Ascot High Street, just 25 minutes from Heathrow and an hour from the centre...

Phone: 01344629900


Head: Mrs Elizabeth Hewer

Registrar Details:

Kerry Bertram (Director of Admissions and Marketing)
01344 629900

Term DatesOpen Days

St George’s, Ascot is an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 11-18. The school is situated in 30 acres of stunning grounds just off Ascot High Street, just 25 minutes from Heathrow and an hour from the centre of London. St George’s offers the very best education for its girls by nurturing their love of learning, their academic potential and their individual talents, thus developing happy, responsible, well balanced and resilient young women; confident, capable and connected to the world beyond school.

Notable Academic Facilities

St George's facilities are impressive for a school of its size with a modern science centre, a fully equipped ICT suite and a newly-opened Cookery and Food Technology Room alongside the traditional spacious classrooms.

Wellbeing & Pastoral Care

Looking after the well-being of pupils and staff is at the very heart of St George's ethos. Pupils have a wide range of pastoral touch points woven into their school life to provide a network of individual support. Small class sizes and regular weekly tutor contact build strong relationships between pupils and staff. Many of the Sixth Form girls volunteer as peer counsellors, providing a much valued peer counselling option to girls from across the school. The fully-equipped on-site Health Centre is run by a nursing Sister and support staff. The Sister cares for the girls when they are sick, dispenses medicines advised by the school doctor (who visits weekly or by appointment) and is supported by two school counsellors, who are deliberately set apart from the regular school staff so that if a girl has a personal or emotional issue she can be sure of independent advice. Mental health resources are also available online for all girls and a school chaplain is also available for independent pastoral support.

Advice For Parents

Ideally two years prior to entry point

Typical Child

There is no such thing as a typical St George’s girl as each pupil arrives with their own set of talents and interests. Nor is there a particular type who 'thrives' as all the staff at St George's work hard to develop each pupil individually. Small class sizes are one of the school's greatest assets, allowing teachers to stretch the very brightest, and provide plenty of support for those who need it, enabling every student to recognise their full potential

Financial Assistance

Swimming scholarship and all round scholarship

Highly Regarded For

A forward-thinking, charismatic Head who is popular with both parents and pupils For being a small school that recognises and develops individuality but with an impressive suite of facilities unusual for a school of its size. For an extensive, diverse co-curricular programme incorporated within the school day giving pupils the chance to develop interests and have a go at new things. For a strong culture and calendar of performance that builds self confidence For a strong position on the environment. Recently a finalist in the environmental category in both Tatler Schools and ISOTY awards.

Notable Points

St George's works closely with the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre and pupils benefit from one-to-one sessions with specialist teachers where appropriate. St George's has a strong English as an Additional Language department. EAL lessons are conducted on a one-to-one basis and EAL teachers work closely with academic subject teachers and tutors to ensure that EAL students are receiving the specific language support they need.

Leavers' Attainment

90% A*-B with 40% awarded A*. St George's measures its success in terms of the value added for each pupil aiming to gain a grade higher in GCSE and A Level for each pupil through specialist support, excellent teaching, small class sizes and extra clinics.

Leavers' Destinations

70% Russell Group for 2021; 80% to first choice of university in the last three years

Sector: Independent

Type: Senior School, Sixth Form

Day/Boarding: Boarding Only

Setting: Town

Total Pupils: 253

Ages Covered: 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

Gender: Girls

Religious Ethos: Church of England

Opening Date: 1/1/1927

Sibling Policy: No

Financial Assistance: Academic scholarship, Music scholarship, Drama scholarship, Arts scholarship, Sports scholarship, Bursary

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Entry Routes: 11+, 13+, 16+

Selection: Academically Selective

Languages: French, Italian, German, Spanish, Latin, Chinese, Japanese


  • British
  • EBacc
  • GCSE
  • A Level

Recreational Space:
Extensive sports facilities on campus