Religious denomination: Anglican but all faiths welcome.
The curriculum: A wide range of subjects is offered to Years 7, 8 and 9 to stimulate academic and personal development. Care is taken to ensure that no girl closes off the choice of a whole range of subjects for GCSE and A level.
Extra-curricular activities: There is a wealth of lunchtime and after-school opportunities which gives every girl a balance between work and play, helps develop some fantastic skills and truly enriches their learning. Through the diamond-shaped Monmouth Model, girls benefit from the invaluable interaction with Monmouth School for Boys, sharing many trips and expeditions, events and community projects.
Pastoral care: Staff aim to create a caring and supportive environment both in and out of the classroom, helping each pupil to feel valued as an individual. Pastoral philosophy is to develop resilience, confidence and skills which take the girls through later life, while offering each pupil bespoke care.
Outstanding characteristics: Access to superb educational opportunities to engage, enrich and inspire pupils. Sport, music, drama and art supplement academic achievement. An endowment income provides outstanding facilities and competitive fees. Scholarships and bursaries mean one in five pupils receive financial support. Co-educational teaching in Monmouth Schools Sixth Form and in the Prep School from September 2021 brings day and boarding boys and girls together at the start and finish of their educational journey. The school offers around 25 A level subjects and many joint activities. The vast majority of pupils get their first choice university and around 60% of offers for Russell Group universities.