Neal Girls’ Day
The ethos of Neal House is to inspire students with a belief in themselves and their abilities. The House motto, ‘Pulchritudo Omnia Vincit’ (‘Beauty Conquers All’), captures the principle that the beauty in everyone, of spirit, of mind and in all its forms, should always be brought out and celebrated rather than hidden.
Mrs Pedlingham became Housemistress in 2011. She teaches Design and Technology at Ardingly and has been at the College since 2009, having moved from Hillview School for Girls in Tonbridge.
An assistant leader for a local Guide group, Mrs Pedlingham has been volunteering with the Guides since 2005, organising activities such as camping, abseiling, rock climbing, and canoeing. Her interests include music, cooking, travelling and all types of craft.
Mrs Mackay Bulger teaches PE and Games, and she has been at Ardingly since 1989. She became Assistant Housemistress in 2008. Her interests include horse riding, skiing, kayaking and most sports.
To find out more about Neal House, please contact Louissa.Pedlingham@ardingly.com