Confident, Capable, Connected
St George’s Ascot (SGA) is an independent boarding and day school with approximately 270 pupils aged from 11-18 years about 45% of whom are boarders (both full and tailored) and with a Sixth Form of approximately 80 pupils.
We are a welcoming school with a warm sense of community. Visitors are impressed by our facilities within a beautiful setting and the ambition of our educational provision, but most of all they are delighted by the girls who are truly special.
Our unique extended day allows all girls the time and space to foster confidence, independence and academic curiosity providing a future-facing education exclusively for girls in a world that was not designed for girls and introduces the girls to contemporary subjects and topics, through speakers, workshops, classes and visits.
Our academic results are impressive, with the ‘value-added’ in public examinations a real strength. We understand how girls learn effectively and we regularly add at least one grade higher at GCSE and A Level than baseline testing would suggest. Our pupils achieved the following results in 2022:
A Level: 71% A*-B, 100% pass rate, GCSE: 41% 9/8 , 60% 9-7, 98% 9-4
In 2022 at GCSE, St George’s was placed in the top 5% of schools nationally for value added.
St George’s offers an education that is grounded, relevant and fosters employability.
Graded excellent in the November 2022 ISI Inspection for both quality of the pupils’ academic and other achievements and pupils’ personal development the inspectors commented “pupils’ positive attitudes towards learning are a striking feature of the school” and “there are many opportunities to develop all-round as a person within the co-curricular programme. As a result, they demonstrate healthy self-knowledge, well developed study skills, first-class social skills and an awareness of the world around them”.
The school operates as an Educational Trust administered by a Board of Governors, is a member of the Girls’ Schools Association (GSA), Boarding Schools Association (BSA), and is ISC accredited.
The School is seeking to appoint a Resident Assistant Housemistress with a particular focus on pupil health and wellbeing for Knatchbull House Year 11 and Lower Sixth, for January 2024 The post holder will work closely with and take direction from the Housemistress for Knatchbull House and the Health Care professional.
A competitive salary will be offered to the successful candidate, depending on experience, and based on the school’s own salary scale.
A self-contained flat within the School is provided. Exceptions provided under the Equality Act apply. All meals are provided to boarding staff when the School kitchens are open. The Assistant Housemistress assists with the supervision of boarders during breakfast and supper and they will be expected to attend these meals during term time on a rota basis. Members of staff can use the School’s sports facilities at allocated times.
How to apply:
Letters of application to the Head, Mrs Hewer, should be no more than two sides of A4 and, together with the completed application form and confidential cover sheet should be emailed to email@example.com and reach the School by midday on Thursday 21 September 2023 with interviews taking place in School shortly thereafter.
The School reserves the right to interview suitable candidates before that date, if deemed necessary.
St George’s School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children at the School. Therefore, this appointment will be subject to a successful disclosure check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. This will give details of all spent and unspent convictions and other recordable matters. A policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders is available, if required, from the School Office. The supplied references will be taken up and the School may approach previous employers for information to verify particular experience or qualifications. A medical questionnaire will be required to be completed by the successful candidate.