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Royal Masonic School for Girls

In 2019 - 20% of GCSE students achieved A* score
Address: Rickmansworth Park, Rickmansworth WD3 4HF, United Kingdom
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Description Royal Masonic School for Girls

  • Founded: 1788, reorganized in 1934
  • Location: Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
  • Age of students: 2 to 18 years old
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of studying: mixed (only for kindergarten), separate - only for girls (for elementary and high school)
  • Number of students: about 800, living in school - about 150
  • Programs: primary development (kindergarten), preparation for school, elementary school, high school,  GCSE, A-level
  • Accommodation: day school, residence (boarding house).

Royal Masonic School for Girls was founded in 1788, in London, and initially the daughter of the members of the Masonic lodges was studied there (hence the established name). In 1934, the school was reorganized and moved from London to Rickmansworth.

The school positions itself as a community with "one big and friendly family ". In educational programs, academic education is harmoniously combined with the all-round development of talents. Active sports, acting skills, artistic skills, design - this is not a complete list of areas in which pupils of the school develop and improve.

Currently, the Royal Masonic School is divided into four stages. Everyone can enter the desired department. To adapt to the British educational system, there are special courses for foreign students, which can last from 1 to 3 trimesters.

  • 1.Ruspini House Pre-School, "Kindergarten ". age is 2-4 years old.
  • 2.Cadogan House Pre-Prep & amp; Prep, "studying and primary school." age is 4-11 years old.
  • 3.RMS Senior School, High School. Age - 11-16 years.
  • 4.Hind House Sixth Form, High School. Age - 16-18 years.

The school operates both as a day school and as a boarding school. Currently, it studies 800-odd people, about 50 of whom do not have British citizenship. About 160 pupils are at the boarding house. Kindergarten can be visited by both girls and boys, primary and senior schools - only for girls.

"Special" attention is given to schoolgirls whose mother tongue is not English. They receive additional language lessons both individually and in mini-groups. Successful integration into the English-speaking community is facilitated by special courses, highly qualified cadres and an individual approach to each person in school.

By the results of the 2009 exams Year, the school was ranked among the top 50 schools in Great Britain (TOP-50): GCSE scores for A * -B got 82.9%, 79.3% of pupils received A-level scores.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Royal Masonic School for Girls

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
3-11
from 7 435 £ / term

KINDERGARTEN (2-4 years)

The only school program that can be visited by both girls and boys. Several visiting programs are offered so that everyone can choose a suitable one for the child and for the parents. This includes:

  • Morning visit (from 8:45 to 12:15);
  • Evening visit (from 13:00 to 16:00);
  • Day (until 4:00 pm);
  • Full day (until 5:00 pm);
  • Extended day (until 18:00).

Children can attend school either full-time or part-time. The educational programs are carefully developed, the specialists of the kindergarten find an individual approach to each child. Educators work closely with the child's parents to jointly adjust the curriculum depending on the success / failure of the learner.

In kindergarten, children receive knowledge and skills from the lessons:

  • Language development
  • Individual games
  • Group games
  • Nature and the world around us
  • Peace and society
  • Traditional British values
  • Spiritual, moral values
  • Values ​​of man and citizen.

PREPARATION AND YOUNG SCHOOL (4-11 years)

The system of junior classes is also unique, and includes two stages - preparation (3 years of study - introductory course, year 1, year 2) and primary school (4 years of studying - 3rd year, 4th year, 5th year, 6th year). The curriculum is developed in accordance with the most demanding standards.

The block of compulsory disciplines consists of:

  • English
  • English literature
  • Mathematics
  • Science (includes biology, physics, chemistry)
  • Modern foreign languages
  • Life skills
  • Physical education.

In addition to basic subjects, girls develop and improve their abilities in the disciplines to choose from:

  • Art
  • Design
  • Computer science
  • Geography
  • History
  • Religious education
  • Physical Education
  • Painting
  • Watercolor, drawing
  • Theater, drama
  • Music, musical instruments
  • Singing
  • Different kinds of sports.

During the academic year, teachers actively cooperate with parents. At the end of each year, students take exams. An individual approach is being practiced, which helps girls to grow up and enter the adolescent period, smoothing internal and external contradictions.

Annual
11-15
from 10 440 £ / term

SENIOR SCHOOL (11-16 years old)

The senior school consists of 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 years of study. Years are grouped in two blocks - 7-9 years and 10-11 years. Girls continue their education, sharpen their skills and prepare to enter adulthood.

Obligatory disciplines:

  • English
  • English literature
  • Mathematics
  • Science (includes biology, physics, chemistry)
  • Modern foreign languages ​​(French, Spanish, German, Chinese (Mandarin))
  • Life  skills
  • Physical Education.

Items optional are as follows:

  • Latin
  • Geography
  • History
  • Religion
  • The second foreign language (French, Spanish, German, Chinese (Mandarin))
  • Textiles (needlework)
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Art
  • Business education
  • Career (career guidance)
  • Oratory
  • Acting art
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Architecture
  • Music
  • Health
  • Dancing
  • Design
  • Different kinds of sports.

At the end of each year, girls take exams. After graduating from high school, they enter the Sixth Form.

Annual
15-18
from 10 440 £ / term

Sixth Form (16-18 years)

Sixth Form - 12 and 13 classes - this is the time of active preparation of students for admission to the university. The choice is offered more than 30 disciplines, of which, as a rule, several are studied, necessary for admission. Typically, the A-level course is 4-5 subjects in the 12th grade, and 3-4 in the 13. The list of subjects is extensive, and allows everyone to make the necessary choices:

  • Business education
  • Modern science (biology, physics, chemistry)
  • Classical civilizations
  • Design
  • English
  • English literature
  • Modern Art
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Geography
  • State and politics
  • Health and social protection
  • History
  • Information Technology
  • Latin
  • Mathematics
  • Modern foreign languages ​​- French, German, Spanish
  • Modern foreign languages ​​are Chinese (Mandarin)
  • Music
  • The photo
  • Acting art
  • Physical Education
  • Psychology
  • Religions
  • Sociology
  • Textile.

Accommodation, housing and food

Each building in the school complex meets the highest requirements for safety and comfortable living. Girls get everything they need to feel at home. Professionally selected staff helps girls in solving all everyday issues.

Parents can be calm for their child. At the Royal Masonic School, pupils are offered meals on the full board basis, all dishes are prepared exclusively from fresh and quality products. Kitchen workers also take into account the wishes of their students.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Acting skills, architecture, art, biology, business, Camera art, Career development course, chemistry, Chinese, Classical civilization, design, English, English literature, Food and nutrition, foreign language, foundations of religions, French, geography, german language, Health & Fitness, Higher mathematics, history, Information Technology, Latin language, Life skills training, maths, music, painting, physical Culture, physics, politics, psychology, sculpture, social protection, sociology, Spanish, textile, the photo

Events Royal Masonic School for Girls

During the schooling, girls receive a maximum of knowledge and skills, which, in particular, are acquired through active non-class activities. Training programs provide for field trips. Students travel to Britain, the countries of Europe and visit Ghana. The school actively cooperates with other institutions, various events are organized, both educational and entertaining: swimming, fitness, gymnastics, rugby, netball, hockey; Book club, film club, painting, dancing, orchestral singing, church choir, ceramics courses, culinary courses, etc.

Advantages

  • Classical British education
  • Comprehensive development of each student as a person and a member of society
  • Highest performance of pupils and school graduates
  • The strongest teaching staff
  • Professional staff
  • A unique system of education in all studying courses - from a small age to admission to adulthood
  • Equipment according to the best standards.

Equipment Royal Masonic School for Girls

The school is located on an area of ​​315 acres, of which 176 are reserved for a huge park with more than 3000 trees. On the territory of the park there are about 40 deer. The school is equipped with everything necessary for comfortable study and life.

The journey to the center of London takes about an hour. In the immediate vicinity of the school are three airports - Heathrow (17 miles - 27 km), Luton (22 miles - 35 km) and Gatwick (55 miles - 88 km).

All the premises on the school grounds are first-class and equipped with the latest technology. Audiences for classes and extra-curricular rooms are equipped for maximum comfort and convenience of their use. Complied with all the necessary standards - illumination, the presence of fresh air, cleanliness.

First-class sports grounds and school halls deserve special mention. Leading their history since 1934, sports sections and circles of the school invariably evoke enthusiasm among students and their parents. Sports facilities and equipment are constantly being improved and supplemented by the most up-to-date innovations.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The academic year is divided into traditional trimesters:

  • Autumn - from 5-6 September to 19 December (vacation from 16 October to 1 November)
  • Spring - from 8 January to 29 March (vacation from 12 to 21 February)
  • Summer - from 23 April to July 13 (vacation from May 27 to June 5).

The cost of training is:

  • Ruspini House Pre- School, Kindergarten = 28-32 £ / half day, 64-88 £ / day, £ 295-390 / week, from £ 4130 / trimester, from £ 12390 / year
  • Cadogan House Pre-Prep & amp; Prep, preparation and elementary school = 6450 £ / term, 19350 £ / year
  • RMS Senior School, High School = 9380 £ / trimester, 28140 £ / year
  • Hind House Sixth Form, Sixth form = 9380 £ / term, 28140 £ / Year.

Please note that there are some surcharges and fees , Not included in the basic cost of the program:

  • Registration fee = 100 £
  • Consular fee of the Embassy = 343 £
  • Visa invitation CAS = 500 £
  • Mandatory health insurance = £ 150
  • The deposit for learning (Cost of one semester, is returned)
  • EAL / EFL lessons for international students
  • Custody and registration with the agency.

Extra fees:

  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 100 GBP
  • Consular fee 343 GBP
  • Visa fees 500 GBP
  • Medical insurance 150 GBP
  • Deposit for a course/programme 10440 GBP

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Students entering junior or middle school must complete the English language test according to PET and YLE Cambridge ESOL.

Those entering the Sixth Form must be proficient in English at a level no lower than Academic IELTS Level 6 or IGCSE / GCSE English Grade C.

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