This month, the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), carried out an inspection of the school and confirmed that we are compliant with all the regulatory requirements.
Aiming for excellence in the education and development of young women in the heart of the City of London
Class 7W have been exploring metaphors in A Midsummer Night's Dream, using dramatic rehearsal directed by their peers #EnglishLessons https://t.co/qmC2cWZr5N
Best of luck to Y7 student Yi nuo who will be competing in round 2 of the UK @bebrasuk Computing Challenge @UniofOxford on Sunday, after scoring an amazing 200/200 in round 1. #ICT https://t.co/tOwjMaCsvE
Last weekend, IT Teacher & E-Learning Coordinator Miss Brincat was selected to present at the Google for Education Theatre at the BETT Show @ExCeLLondon. She spoke about leveraging digital tools to create, connect & reflect, to improve learning & workflow #computerscience https://t.co/vMuTGRpivs
City of London School for Girls welcomes pupils from a wide range of different cultures, faiths and backgrounds which creates a unique and dynamic learning environment. The school is committed to providing opportunities to all girls regardless of financial means, and therefore offers numerous scholarships and bursaries. City of London School for Girls aims to provide a stretching and challenging academic education to girls at the top end of the ability range. The school also aims to provide a full and rounded education which helps to develop pupils morally, spiritually, socially and culturally, as well as intellectually.
“Pupils appreciate the value of learning for its own sake and are not driven by material or competitive ideals”.
ISI Report 2015