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.
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
The History of Art Department aims to inspire a love of learning and a lifelong interest in this exciting and useful subject.
Read the latest Blog Post from Mrs Hanbury, Head Mistress of LEH School.
At the recent LEH Careers Evening, we sat down with LEH School Alumnae and Friends to ask about their career experience and what advice they would give to LEH students.
Whether you’re interested in elite sports, or someone who likes keeping fit and healthy, the LEH Sports Department team will support you every step of the way. Watch the video to find out more.
At LEH Junior School we are fortunate to have incredibly supportive parents, friendly and dedicated staff and children who quite simply love their school! Watch the Junior School video to find out more.
Find out more about the School Play Experience at LEH by watching our students talk about being in Boudica.
Please join us online for Wellbeing Wednesday Lecture Series - Online talks to understand and fuel your brain.
This week our talk is with Evelyn Stewart about 'The Sleeping Patterns of our Teenagers'