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GODOLPHIN IS A FLOURISHING INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOL

PUBLISHED: 11:42 22 July 2011 | UPDATED: 19:44 20 February 2013

GODOLPHIN IS A FLOURISHING INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOL

GODOLPHIN IS A FLOURISHING INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOL

GODOLPHIN IS A FLOURISHING INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOL<br/><br/>FOR 400 BOARDING AND DAY STUDENTS AGED ELEVEN TO EIGHTEEN

Godolphin is a flourishing independent girls'school
for400 boarding and day students aged eleven to eighteen


Founded in 1726, Godolphin isone of the oldest girls' schools in the country, and its relevant and responsive curriculum has consistently fostered excellence in the realm of women's education.


The school is set in very attractive grounds within easy walking distance of Salisbury's historic centre.


Our Next Open Mornings:


24th Sept 2011 - 10.30am
25th Nov 2011 - 09.45am
3rd Feb 2012
18th May 2012


Boarding Taster Sleepovers


Friday 23rd September 2011
Thursday 24th November 2011


For further information about these Open Mornings & Sleepovers please contact our Admissions Secretary on 01722 430511


Exciting changes to boarding!


With effect from September 2011, Godolphin will offer boarding to girls from 9 18 in three exciting phases Junior, Senior and Sixth.


The Junior section will accommodate girls from Years 5 and 6 at the Prep School as well as 1st and 2nd Years from the Senior School in specifically designed, bright and cheerful accommodation.


The Senior phase will see girls from 3rd to 5th Year housed in two buildings on the senior campus and the Sixth level will continue to be housed in the Sixth Form Centre, also made up of two buildings.


Address:
The Godolphin School
Milford Hill
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP1 2RA


Tel: 01722 430500
















Telephone:



01722 430500



Fax:



01722 430501


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