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    喬丁漢女子中學,徹爾騰納姆女子中學

    The Cheltenham Ladies' College

     

     

     

     

     

    學校性質:

    獨立中學,寄宿,中學

    排名:

     

    學校類型:

    2018年學費:

     12315期

    建校時間:

    1432年

    入學要求:

     11-16歲,  測試

    學校位置:

    英格蘭西南 格洛斯特郡

    獎學金項目:

     學習成績、藝術、音樂

    學生人數:

    841人

    其 它:

      15%的學生升讀牛劍,20%的學生升讀美國大學

    學校網站:

    https://www.cheltladiescollege.org

     

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    學校概況

    The Cheltenham Ladies' College 喬丁漢女子中學,徹爾騰納姆女子中學建于1853年,建校初期的50年,在當時領先的教育家Dorothea Beale女士帶領下,蓬勃發展;Dorothea Beale女士認為女生接受教育跟男生接受教育同樣重要。我校于1873年遷址到Bayshill,靠近徹爾騰納姆攝政統治區中心。近年來,我校新增多項現代化設施設備,包括表演中心,翻新學生宿舍。

      

    我校致力為學生提供最全面的支援,有趣而富挑戰性的學習環境,及注重他們成長和福利。我校師資力量雄厚,教學嚴謹,學生成績優異。此外,我校開設A-LevelIB課程。每年都有相當一部分學生考上牛劍和美國的大學。音樂,戲劇和藝術是我校傳統優勢學科。我校體育成績出眾,多名學生是不同體育項目的郡,地區和國家代表。同時,我校開設100個社團供學生選擇。

     

    校長:

    Eve Jardine-Young,從2011年開始任職。畢業于本校和劍橋大學(工程學科學)。曾先后任教于布蘭德爾中學,艾普森中學和拉德利中學。教職員:94名全職老師,55名兼職老師,59名流動老師。

     

    考試成績:

    12811年級學生參加GCSE統考,所有學生獲得10C98%的學生學習英語,數學,一門科學,一門人文學科和一門外語)。15113年級學生,120名學生參加A-Level統考,通過3.5門學科,平均分是403分。36名學生參加IB統考,所有學生通過考試,平均分是40.1分。

     

    學生升學:

    99%的學生升讀大學(部分學生在一年后繼續升讀大學),每年有15%的學生收到牛劍的預錄取,20%的學生收到美國大學的預錄取。學生學習醫學,獸醫,科學,工程學,數學,社會科學,藝術,古典文學,英語和現代語言等。

     

    體育:

    我校開設超過30項體育運動:羽毛球,板球,定向射擊,擊劍,長曲棍球,武術,馬球,滑雪,瑜伽等。多名學生分別是不同體育運動的郡,地區和國家代表。學生每年獲得Duke of Edinburgh's Award金銀銅獎,A-Level階段學生參加志愿者項目。我校開設100多個社團供學生選擇:清唱團,棋藝,機器人,辯論,戲劇,環保,模擬聯合國,音樂,哲學,街舞,青年企業家等。

     

    寄宿:

    65座低年級宿舍,從二人間到六人間。A-Level階段學生使用單人間宿舍。允許學生每年離校四次,周日參加完禮拜后,也可離校。所有學生可到本地小鎮拜訪,按學生年齡規定拜訪次數。

     

    著名校友:

    Mary Archer (科學家); Rosie Boycott (記者和女權主義者); Cheryl Gillan MP; Katherine Hamnett (時裝設計師); Lisa Jardine (歷史學家); Caroline Kirby (律師公會首位女主席); Sue Lloyd-Roberts (廣播員); Rachel Lomax (英格蘭銀行副總裁); Fiona MacTaggart MP; Clare Marx (皇家外科醫學院首位女教授); Gareth Peirce (辯護律師); Bridget Riley (藝術家); Kristin Scott Thomas (女演員); Sophie Soloman (小提琴家); Amanda Wakeley (時裝設計師)

     

     

     
    School Type: Girls, Senior
    Address: The Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Bayshill Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 3EP
    Postcode: GL50 3EP
    Region: Gloucestershire
    Telephone: 01242 520691
    Website: www.cheltladiescollege.org
    Gender: Girls
    Pupils: 841, Upper sixth 163

     


    Description:
    Founded in 1853, it flourished for most of its first 50 years under Miss Dorothea Beale, a pioneer of the belief that the education of girls is every bit as important as that of boys. In 1873 it moved into fine buildings at Bayshill, near the centre of regency Cheltenham. There have been many additions since to provide a well-equipped school, most recently a performing arts centre and a programme of boarding house refurbishments. The school provides an environment that is supportive, interesting and challenging, in a culture where every girl matters and where their progress and wellbeing are paramount. It has a strong academic tradition with a large, well-qualified staff. The International Baccalaureate is offered as an alternative to A-levels. Academic standards are high and examination results are consistently excellent; a large number of girls go on to Oxbridge each year and many to US universities. Music, drama and art are strong and good standards are continuously achieved. High standards are attained in sport, with many representatives at county, regional and national level, while others will develop their skills, work as a team and lead a healthy lifestyle. A range of some 100 clubs allows all pupils to find one or more activity to suit them.
    School Head: Principal: Ms Eve Jardine-Young, in post from 2011. Educated at Cheltenham Ladies College and Cambridge University (Engineering Science). Previously Director of Studies at Blundell’s, Housemistress and Head of Sixth Form at Epsom College and taught economics at Radley. Worked as a structural engineer before entering the teaching profession. Teaching staff: 94 full time, 55 part time, 59 peripatetic.

     
    Results: GCSE: 128 pupils in Year 11, gaining at least grade C in an average of 10 subjects (98% including English, Maths, a science, a humanity and a foreign language). A-levels/IB: 151 in upper sixth. 120 taking AS/A-levels, passing an average of 3.5 subjects, with final point score of 403. A further 36 pupils taking the IB, all passing the Diploma with an average of 40.1 IB points.

     
    Furtherhigher: 99% of sixth form leavers go on to a degree course (some after a gap year), with around 15% receiving offers from Oxbridge and 20% from US universities. Pupils take a wide range of courses, including medicine, veterinary science, science, engineering, maths, social sciences, arts, classics, English and modern languages.

     
    Sport: Over 30 sports are available including badminton, cricket, clay shooting, fencing, lacrosse, martial arts, polo, skiing, yoga. Girls regularly complete at county, regional and national levels; also are opportunities for girl who enjoy sport as part of healthy lifestyle. Also bronze, silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award; sixth form community links volunteering programme. 100+ clubs and activities, including acapella, chess, robotics, debating, drama technicians, environment, model UN, music, philosophy, street dance, young engineers and young enterprise.

     
    Boarding: Junior houses of 65 girls in dormitories of 2-6. Separate sixth-form houses, with single study bedrooms. 4 exeats a year, plus Sundays after Church. All girls are allowed into the town, with frequency and supervision dependent on age.
    Alumni: The Guild Office is based at the College.
    Formerpupils: Mary Archer (scientist); Rosie Boycott (journalist and feminist); Cheryl Gillan MP; Katherine Hamnett (fashion designer); Lisa Jardine (historian); Caroline Kirby (first female President of the Law Society); Sue Lloyd-Roberts (broadcaster); Rachel Lomax (Deputy Governor, Bank of England); Fiona MacTaggart MP; Clare Marx (first woman Chair of the Royal College of Surgeons); Gareth Peirce (defence lawyer); Bridget Riley (artist); Kristin Scott Thomas (actress); Sophie Soloman (violinist); Amanda Wakeley (fashion designer).





































































     


     

     
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