In recent days, LEH pupils have asked a lot of questions about how we and they should respond to the tragic killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the subsequent demonstrations by hundreds of thousands of people globally in support of racial equality and social justice.
Lady Eleanor Holles (LEH) is a remarkable school. It is a school where pupils successfully combine impressive intellectual endeavour with enthusiastic engagement well beyond academia. The students’ public exam results and their sporting achievements are among the best in the country. Their musical and dramatic activities place them among the best of young performers. And most importantly of all, their stimulating and happy approach to all they do makes LEH a joy for me to lead.
The sun shone and everyone was in high spirits as the Annual Wellbeing Day returned to LEH.
We have had a wonderful last week of the half term for Sport at LEH;
The U2 pupils had a wonderful time at Butser Ancient Farm.
96% A*-B at A level
95% 9-7 at GCSE
80% of students achieved their 1st choice university destination in 2020
28% of the UVI cohort received interviews and 13% received places in 2020
12% of the UVI Year Group received places at medical, veterinary & dentistry schools in 2020
29% of staff hold post-graduate qualifications
Boarding School facilities in a Day School
24 coach routes shared with Hampton School
23 Sports on offer and 100+ Extra-curricular Clubs
in Cripplegate, London, in 1710
Girls' school with strong links to Hampton School
LEH School's Therapy Dog
LEH wins Girls' Independent School of the Year in ISOTY Awards 2021
"LEH excels across the broad and its Drama Department is equally impressive."
"Deservedly one of the top girls' schools in the country."
As Head Heather Hanbury puts it, 'If young women left here with excellent exam results alone, we would be disappointed.'
Our worldwide network of Alumnae share their thoughts on their LEH experience.
We are extremely proud of the many heartwarming testimonials we receive from parents.