Hand in Hand
At JAGS, we encourage a genuine love of life-long learning in all our pupils. This goes far beyond exams and results, inspiring pupils to explore subjects beyond the curriculum, to delve beyond specifications and to always remain curious about the world around them.
We want all pupils in our care to feel happy, supported and fulfilled in order to thrive and reach their full potential here at JAGS. We have a contemporary and honest approach to pastoral care, with the emphasis on knowing each student as an individual. Wellbeing is integral to everything we do; inspiring hearts and minds is woven into our fabric.Read More
Beyond the curriculum
JAGS is a bustling hive of activity, and we strongly encourage girls to seize opportunities in and outside of the classroom to truly benefit from a holistic and balanced education. Our thriving and inclusive co-curricular programme allows girls to discover new passions, build new friendships and to develop vital skills for the future.
2023 GCSE Exam Highlights
Grade 9, 8 or 7
89% of all results were Grade 9, 8 or 7 (equivalent to A* or A)
Grade 9 or 8
75% of all results were Grade 9 or 8
50% of all results were Grade 9
Meet our girls
Scheherazade, Year 7
Hi, I’m Scheherazade. My favourite subjects are philosophy, German and drama. I love Sport and play netball for the county but also enjoy playing volleyball, hockey and water polo. I also play the cello and sing. This year I have joined Debating Club as this reflects my ambition to be a Barrister.
Camille, Year 9
Hi, I’m Camille. I’m a Music Scholar here at JAGS and play piano and cello as well as sing in the school choir. My favourite subject is English; I really enjoy reading fiction, especially the classics. I play netball and water polo and am a member of JAGS cheerleading team. In my spare time this year I have enjoyed doing macramé and taking part in a drama club.
Rachel, Year 11
Hi, I’m Rachel. My favourite subjects are French (I’d like to move to France eventually!) and English and after JAGS I am planning to study Law. I play a lot of tennis and netball and also play the piano for which I have Grade 8.
The range and quality of pupil achievements across the whole school are consistently extremely high and fulfil wholly the school aim to inspire aspirational and authentic lifelong learners and leaders. Pupils have exceptional independent study skills and attitudes to learning which contribute to their extremely high levels of achievement.
Independent Schools Inspectorate
Pastoral care is absolutely front and centre.
Bountiful opportunities for academic development beyond the curriculum.
A school that looks forward and outward whilst remaining aware of its roots.
The Good Schools Guide
Senior School Stories
Introducing . . . Ben Dawlatly, Teacher of Spanish
5 December 2023
The Sunday Times: London Independent School of the Year 2024
1 December 2023