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圣斯威辛中学

St Swithun's School

 
 

 

 

 

学校性质:

独立中学,寄宿,预备小学/中学

排名:

 

学校类型:

2018年学费:

 11200期 注册费300

建校时间:

1432年

入学要求:

 3-16岁,  测试

学校位置:

伦敦懂南 汉普郡

奖学金项目:

 学习成绩、艺术、音乐

学生人数:

384人

其 它:

  7%的学生升读牛剑,需提前一年申请

学校网站:

 

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学校概况:
圣斯威辛中学(圣斯威辛学校)St Swithun's School 建于1884年,并于1931年迁址至今,我校位于温切斯特郊区,占地45英亩,可俯瞰整个温切斯特。我校近年新增多项现代化设施设备,包括表演中心,图书馆和计算机室。我校更有大面积的操场和25米长的游泳池。小学部跟中学部公用一个校区。我校宗教信仰是上海快三结果国教,同时也欢迎其他宗教的学生报读我校,所有学生需要参加礼拜。我校学生成绩优异,我校的教学目的是为学生提供全面的教学。音乐,戏剧和艺术是我校传统优势学科。体育上,多名学生分别是不同体育运动的郡代表,地区代表和国家代表。我校开设社区服务,如慈善筹款和本地社区活动。同时,我校开设多个社团活动,并每年组织学生参加the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award活动。

校长: Jane Gandee女士,从2010年开始任职。毕业于剑桥大学(法语和西班牙语)。曾任伦敦女中的教导主任。教职员:54名全职老师,25名兼职老师。

考试成绩: GCSE: 97的学生获得B到A*的成绩,其中56%的学生获得所有 A*的成绩。A levels: 超过 40%的学生获得至少一门A*,超过88%的学生获得B到A*的成绩。

学生升学: 10%的毕业生升读牛剑。2017年,7%的毕业生升读牛剑,79%的学生升读罗素集团的大学。4%的学生到亚洲或北美地区升读大学。

体育: 必修:长曲棍球,篮网球,篮球,排球,羽毛球,游泳,网球,田径,棒球,体操和舞蹈;其余十多项体育运动是选修:柔道,击剑,足球,潜水等。学生可参加RLSS考试。我校多名学生是长曲棍球的郡代表,地区代表和国家代表。多名学生更是网球在中学和15岁以下的地区代表。学生每年获得Duke of Edinburgh’s Award的金银铜奖;我校开设社区服务,急救和救生课程。此外,我校更开设多个社团:艺术,辩论,马球,橄榄球等;也有适合高年级A-Level学生的社团活动:工程师社团,烹饪社团,自我防卫社团,公共演讲社团和青年企业家等。我校更会开设周末活动,如划船,滑雪,戏剧之旅等。

寄宿: 13岁以上的学生可使用独立书房和卧室;11到12岁的学生使用4人宿舍。我校宿舍多达52间,学生可自行准备食物,允许学生到本地小镇拜访。

著名校友: Baroness (Mary) Warnock (哲学家); Vivienne Parry (作家和广播员); Fiona Glover (记者); Emma Chambers (女演员); Chibundu Onuzo (作家)

 
圣斯威辛中学
学校类型: 女校,中学
地址: St Swithun's School, Alresford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1HA
邮编: SO21 1HA
地区: 汉普郡
电话: 01962 835700
官网: www.stswithuns.com
学生人数: 共384人,13年级140人

 


School: St Swithun's
School Type: Girls, Senior
Address:
St Swithun's School, Alresford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1HA
Postcode: SO21 1HA
Region: Hampshire
Telephone: 01962 835700
Website: www.stswithuns.com
Gender: Girls
Pupils: Senior school 384, Sixth form 140
Enquiries: The Registrar


Description:
Founded in 1884, the school moved to its present location in 1931 where it occupies an attractive 45 acre site on the outskirts of Winchester, overlooking open countryside. Recent improvements have created modern facilities that include both a performing arts centre and a library, careers and ICT facility. There are extensive playing fields, a sports hall and a 25m swimming pool. The junior school is on the same site. The school is a Church of England foundation with close ties to the cathedral and, while pupils of other denominations are welcome, all are expected to attend regular worship. Academic results are high, but the school’s aim is to provide pupils with a rounded education. Accordingly music, drama, art and technology are all strong, as is sport in which there is regular representation at county, regional and national levels. There is a tradition of service to the community through initiatives such as fund-raising for charities and local community work. There is also a good range of activities on offer, including the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.

School Head: Headmistress: Ms Jane Gandee, in post from 2010. Educated at Presdales School, Hertfordshire, and Cambridge University (French and Spanish). Previously Director of Studies at City of London School for Girls. Teaching staff: 54 full time, 25 part time.

Results: GCSE: 97% A* to B including 56% of all entries awarded an A*. A levels: . Over 40% of girls achieved at least one A* and overall 88% of entries were graded A* to B.

Furtherhigher: 10% of our current upper-sixth hold offers at Oxbridge. In 2017, 7% of our leavers gained places at Oxbridge and 79% went to Russell Group universities. 4% chose to study abroad in Asia or north America.

Sport: Lacrosse, netball, basketball, volleyball, badminton, swimming, tennis, athletics, rounders, gymnastics, dance compulsory; some 10+ further options including judo, fencing, football, diving. RLSS exams may be taken. Individual and team representation at county, regional and national levels, particularly in lacrosse; regional tennis winners at senior and U15 level. Also bronze, silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award; community service; first aid and life-saving courses. Many clubs including art, debating, polo, touch rugby; sixth-form societies, eg successsful engineers club, cookery, self-defence, Amnesty International, public speaking and Young Enterprise; weekend activities eg sailing, skiing, theatre and restaurant trips.

Boarding: Pupils aged 13+ in own study-bedrooms or cubicles; 11 and 12-year-olds in dormitories of up to 4. Houses of 18-52. Flexible weekend arrangements. Pupils may cook their own snacks. Visits to town allowed.

Alumni: is run within the school by the Association Manager.

Formerpupils: Baroness (Mary) Warnock (philosopher); Vivienne Parry (writer and broadcaster); Fiona Glover (journalist); Emma Chambers (actress); Chibundu Onuzo (writer).