Member Profile Interview: Principal Eve Jardine-Young, Cheltenham Ladies' College


Cheltenham Ladies’ College (CLC) recently garnered Top School in the Southwest and 23rd nationwide by The Times and Sunday Times and has consistently achieved accolades of academic excellence since its founding in 1853. With an international renown reputation, CLC’s sizeable presence in the town centre also makes it one of Cheltenham’s largest employers. We learn, however, from Principal Eve Jardine-Young that CLC’s success is far more than exam grades alone, rather measuring success by the positive impact its students make in the world.

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Alastair James Insurance Brokers


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