The Green School for Girls
Hounslow, United Kingdom
About The Green School for Girls
The Green School is a Church of England secondary school in Isleworth, Greater London. This co-educational academy with sixth form caters for students aged 11-18. Since 2004, The Green School has been a specialist science college.
The school was founded as a Sunday school in 1796. Its name derives from the colour of the uniform, originally donated to the girls free of charge. There are approximately 900 students at the Green School, divided into five houses named after species of tree.
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Values and vision
The school's motto is "let your light shine" (Matthew 5:16) and The Green School for Girls provides an inclusive, values driven culture where every person matters. Career guidance, raising aspirations and preparing students to contribute to the world around them are key themes.
Teachers aim to enrich the lives of each individual student. The broad rich curriculum, enhanced by a varied enrichment programme allows students to flourish. Students are encouraged to get involved in charity activities, leadership opportunities and develop responsibility for themselves and others.
“Students are overwhelmingly positive about this outstanding school. Inspection findings confirm their views when they say that they learn a lot in lessons, that they are extremely well cared for and feel exceptionally safe. When students join The Green School they settle quickly into school life.”