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Charlotte House is a forward thinking school still built on traditional values. This winning combination means we provide our girls with all the social and academic tools they need to become independent, successful and confident caring women.

At Charlotte House we recognise the importance of strong links between home and school and there are many opportunities for you to visit us and find out more about your daughter’s progress.

We are a dynamic school whose girls achieve great things.

Friendship Assembly 13OCT16 Friendship – Form III’s Assembly 13.10.16 - This morning Form III reminded us all about the importance of being a good friend during their assembly on Friendship. The girls identified the things we need to have a successful friendship before giving a lovely rendition of Randy Newman’s You got a friend in me.  They then performed a short play with a clear...
Nursery & Reception making bread Nursery & Reception Learn How to Make Bread 13.10.16 - As part of this week’s topic on Healthy Eating, Nursery and Reception have been making bread.  They learnt what ingredients are needed and enjoyed kneading the dough. They even got to eat their buns later in the day.
international-day-of-the-girl International Day of the Girl 11.10.16 - Today is International Day of the Girl but of course we celebrate girls every day at Charlotte House! Did you know there are still twice as many girls as boys not receiving any education? World leaders have pledged that they will end inequality between the sexes by 2030 and we have no doubt our girls...
Jacqueline Harvey Author, Jacqueline Harvey visits Charlotte House 11.10.16 - World renowned author, Jacqueline Harvey, made a return visit to us on Thursday. She delighted the girls of Forms IV, V and VI, with tales of how she gained inspiration for her books and her various naughty pets. She showed the girls the latest draft of her newest book from which she needs to lose...
National Poetry Day Oct 2016 National Poetry Day 06.10.16 - As today is National Poetry Day http://nationalpoetryday.co.uk/ Forms IV and V have chosen their favourite poems to read out load.