GODOLPHIN SALISBURY

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Mrs Emma Hattersley
Head

Godolphin School is situated in the cathedral city of Salisbury and educates just over 400 girls ranging in age from three to 18 years old. The school was founded in 1726 by Lady Elizabeth Godolphin as a boarding school and today offers both day and boarding options.

Godolphin educates girls from Nursery through to Sixth Form on three separate yet inter-linked sites. Our boarding is in three distinct phases: junior for girls from eight to 12; senior for girls from 13 to 16; sixth form for girls from 16 to 18.

In order to explore our website, please select one of the buttons above and these will take you to an introduction from our Head, Mrs Emma Hattersley, or information on Godolphin Prep (red button), Godolphin (blue button) and Godolphin Sixth Form (yellow button).

We regularly update our news items on each of the four landing pages and have an active Twitter account – both of these features will keep you up to date with what is happening in the school.

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