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Best Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

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  • #1 in All Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

    Batley Girls High School

    Batley Girls High School is an outstanding secondary school that provides exceptional education for girls aged 11-19. With a student-teacher ratio of 16:1 and a strong commitment to achievement, respect, and transformation, the school ensures rapid and sustained progress for all students. The school offers a wide range of courses in the sixth form, preparing students for their next stage of education, employment, or training. With outstanding academic results and exemplary student behavior, Batley Girls High School is a top choice for parents.
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  • #2 in All Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

    Beverley High School

    Beverley High School is an outstanding all-girls secondary school located in the charming market town of Beverley, Yorkshire. With excellent academic results, an ambitious curriculum, and highly dedicated teachers, parents can trust that their daughters will receive a top-notch education here. The school's strong pastoral care, respectful environment, and extensive extra-curricular program ensure that students thrive both academically and personally. With over 100 years of history, Beverley High School is a forward-thinking institution that celebrates the unique talents and skills of each student.
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  • #3 in All Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

    Belle Vue Girls' Academy

    Belle Vue Girls' Academy is a secondary school located in Bradford, Yorkshire and The Humber. With a student-teacher ratio of 14:1, the school provides a nurturing environment for girls aged 11-18. Offering a wide range of resources and outstanding safety measures, the school focuses on academic achievement, as evidenced by its Good overall effectiveness and impressive exam results. With an emphasis on leadership and management, Belle Vue Girls' Academy prepares students for success in their future endeavors.
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  • #4 in All Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

    Newland School for Girls

    Newland School for Girls is a secondary school located in Kingston upon Hull. Founded in 2017, the school offers a high-quality education for girls aged 11-16. With a student-teacher ratio of 16:1, the school provides a supportive and engaging environment for students to thrive academically. The school has achieved good ratings in overall effectiveness, education quality, behavior and attitudes, personal development, and leadership and management according to the Ofsted report. With a focus on academic achievement and personal growth, Newland School for Girls is dedicated to ensuring every student reaches their full potential.
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  • #5 in All Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

    Skipton Girls' High School

    Skipton Girls' High School is a successful and selective STEM and engineering-focused school for girls in Skipton, Yorkshire. With an outstanding Ofsted rating, it offers a safe and nurturing environment with a student-teacher ratio of 16:1. The school's impressive exam results demonstrate its commitment to academic excellence, with 90% of students achieving grade 5 or above in English and maths GCSEs. With a focus on personal development and outstanding behavior, Skipton Girls' High School is an excellent choice for parents seeking a quality education for their daughters.
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  • #6 in All Girls Schools in Yorkshire and The Humber

    Bradford Girls' Grammar School

    Bradford Girls' Grammar School is a thriving institution that aims to inspire and empower young girls to achieve their full potential. With a rich curriculum, dedicated teachers, and a strong pastoral system, the school promotes academic excellence and personal development. The school's commitment to providing a supportive environment ensures that every student receives the guidance they need to succeed.
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  • Jaamiatul Imaam Muhammad Zakaria

    Jaamiatul Imaam Muhammad Zakaria is a secondary boarding school for Muslim girls located in Clayton, Yorkshire and The Humber. Founded in 1993, the school aims to provide a high-quality learning environment for its students. With good teaching and exemplary behavior, the school ensures that pupils make good progress academically and exhibit excellent personal development. The school's outstanding personal development, behavior, and welfare contribute to a positive learning environment. However, there is room for improvement in matching progress information to students' books and strengthening A-level subjects' progress. Overall, Jaamiatul Imaam Muhammad Zakaria is a good school with a focus on holistic education.
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  • Eden Springs Girls Secondary

    Eden Springs Girls Secondary School provides excellent education in an Islamic environment, instilling a sense of pride in Muslim students' cultural identity. With outstanding personal development and behavior, this school promotes harmony, respect, and the fundamental British Values while preparing girls to be law-abiding role models in society.
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  • Madni Academy

    Madni Academy is a girls-only school located in Kirklees, Yorkshire and The Humber. With a strong Islamic spirit and a focus on developing confident young Muslims, the school provides a comprehensive support system for students' well-being and personal development. The school consistently achieves good results in Ofsted inspections, with effective teaching and good progress for most pupils. The school also places a strong emphasis on reading and fostering British values. Madni Academy aims to equip students with the values and skills needed to make a positive contribution to wider society.
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  • Al-Mahad Al-Islami

    Al-Mahad Al-Islami is a Muslim secondary school for girls located in Darnall, Sheffield. Established in 1996, the school provides education to students aged 11-17. With a focus on personal development and good behavior, the school strives to improve its overall effectiveness. Although it has shown areas requiring improvement in the past, it meets independent school standards and offers a nurturing environment for girls to grow academically and spiritually.
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  • Rida Girls High School

    Rida Girls High School is a girls-only secondary school located in Savile Town. With an outstanding focus on behaviour and attitudes, the school provides a good personal development for its 97 students aged 11-16. However, the overall effectiveness and leadership of the school require improvement.
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  • Feversham Academy

    Feversham Academy is a secondary school for girls in Bradford, Yorkshire and The Humber. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, our dedicated teachers ensure high standards of education and regularly check students' understanding. Our ambitious curriculum prepares students well for future study or employment choices. We provide exceptional support for students with SEND and have effective safeguarding arrangements in place. Despite recent attendance challenges, our pupils value their learning and achieve outstanding outcomes. Join us to unlock your child's potential and give them the best education for a successful future.
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  • Wakefield Girls' High School

    Wakefield Girls' High School is a prestigious all-girls secondary school located in Wakefield, Yorkshire. With a history dating back to 1980, the school offers a comprehensive education for girls aged 7-18. Led by Ms Heidi-Jayne Boyes, the dedicated staff prioritize academic excellence and offer a range of scholarships and bursaries to support students in achieving their full potential. The school's impressive exam results, including an average GCSE score of 6.53 and A-level achievement of 29.20% students attaining AAB or higher, highlight the exceptional education provided at Wakefield Girls' High School.
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  • Queen Mary's School

    Queen Mary's School is an all-through Church of England boarding school for girls aged 2-16. With a history dating back to 1927, the school offers a balanced education with a strong focus on academic achievement. The school provides a nurturing and supportive environment, offering a range of scholarships, discounts, and financial assistance options. Queen Mary's School has a diverse student population and a dedicated team providing SEN support. With its beautiful campus and impressive exam results, Queen Mary's School ensures that every girl receives a high-quality education and the opportunity to thrive.
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  • The Mount School York

    The Mount School York is a co-educational Quaker boarding school located in York, Yorkshire. With a history dating back to 1907, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive environment for students aged 2-18. Boasting a small student population of 188, the school provides individual attention and support. They offer a range of scholarships and discounts, making education accessible to all. With a focus on both academic and extracurricular activities, The Mount School York provides a well-rounded education for students. Their recent exam results showcase their commitment to excellence and achievement.
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  • Harrogate Ladies' College

    Harrogate Ladies' College is a prestigious all-through boarding school for girls aged 2-18. With a rich history dating back to 1908, the college offers a supportive and nurturing environment where students can flourish academically and personally. The school values individuality and offers a range of scholarships and discounts, making it accessible to a diverse student body. With a focus on holistic education, Harrogate Ladies' College provides opportunities for students to excel in academics, arts, sports, and more. The school's excellent exam results and dedicated staff ensure that every student receives a high-quality education and achieves their full potential.
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  • Sheffield High School

    Sheffield High School is an all-through girls' school located in Sheffield, Yorkshire and The Humber. Founded in 1980, the school offers a comprehensive education for students aged 3-18 years. With a focus on academic excellence, Sheffield High School provides a range of scholarships and awards in various disciplines. The school prides itself on its supportive environment and commitment to the individual needs of each student. With a dedicated faculty and a strong track record of exam results, Sheffield High School is a top choice for parents looking for a quality education for their daughters.
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  • Queen Margaret's School

    Queen Margaret's School is an independent boarding and day school for girls aged 10-18 in Escrick, Yorkshire. With a strong Anglican ethos, the school provides a nurturing environment for students, with a focus on student wellbeing. The school offers a range of academic and extracurricular opportunities, and has achieved impressive exam results, with a 31.10% of students achieving AAB or higher in A-levels. With a dedicated SEN support program, Queen Margaret's School ensures that every student receives the support they need to thrive.
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  • Bronte Girls' Academy

    Bronte Girls' Academy is a secondary school located in East Bowling, Bradford. With a student-teacher ratio of 16:1, we provide a supportive and inclusive environment for girls aged 11-16. Our dedicated staff, led by Mrs Rehana Shafquat, ensure that every student receives a high-quality education. We are proud to have a diverse student population, with 68.90% of students speaking English as a second language. Additionally, 134% of our students are eligible for free school meals, reflecting our commitment to providing equal opportunities for all. At Bronte Girls' Academy, your daughter will thrive academically and personally.
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  • New Horizon Community School

    New Horizon Community School is a secondary school located in Leeds, Yorkshire. Led by Mr Mohammed Sheikh, the school has been providing education for girls aged 11-16 since 1995. With a small student population of 27 girls, the school focuses on personal development and fostering good behaviour and attitudes. Although the school requires improvement in overall effectiveness and quality of education, it meets the independent school standards.
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