Duke of Edinburgh, Model United Nations, TedXYouth and more

Wide offer of programs in various areas and for different ages.

Duke of Edinburgh: We are proud to offer The Duke of Edinburgh Award, an prestigious programme that empowers young people worldwide, encouraging them to challenge themselves, develop new skills, serve their communities, and become well-rounded, resilient individuals.

Model United Nations is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and its other multilateral bodies where students perform an ambassador role while debating topics such as gender equality, climate action, global health, and more.

TedXYouth events are fun, imaginative, and smart TEDx events designed for, and often organised by young people. They bring ideas worth spreading to all ages.

House System


When they enter Lady Elizabeth School, students from both the Primary and Secondary Department are placed in one of four ‘Houses’: Woburn House (Blue), Chatsworth House (Green), Longleat House (Yellow) or Marlborough House (Red). Throughout their school life pupils remain with the same House and are proud to be rewarded House Points for many different reasons including; good behaviour, consideration of others, initiative, and performance in all aspects of schooling.

Our House tradition contributes to the students’ sense of belonging and loyalty. Many Sporting and Charity events are organised within the Houses and this gives pupils across all age groups the chance to be involved in a fun variety of pursuits working together as a team.


We support Local and International Causes with a focus on Street Child United. Pupils at Lady Elizabeth School realise that many people are far less fortunate than themselves.

Through the House System, they raise money for a wide range of local and international causes. The students themselves decide which causes to support and the fundraising activities range from whole school efforts to individuals working to help an organisation which they personally believe in.

Parent Activities

“Parents As Learner” Programme monthly sessions aim to increase the participation of parents and their constant training and learning to support the development of their children. These are talks given by experts on topics of interest such as: Positive Discipline, Understanding the Adolescent Brain, How and When to Start Career and Future Conversations, Safe Use of Technology, Stress Management and Exam Preparation.

Activities for parents: a wide range of sporting, academic and recreational activities for the parents of our students ranging from Reading Club to English and Spanish classes and various sporting activities (football club, gymnastics, swimming, etc.).