RECEPTION PLACES FOR SEPTEMBER 2017 ENTRY: Register your daughter now. Assessments now taking place.
Ranked in the Top five of The Sunday Times National League Table for small independent schools in 2016
Excellent exam results - 72% A*/A grades at GCSE/IGCSE over the last 5 years (2012-2016)
LOWER SCHOOL OPEN MORNING: Wednesday 26th April 2017 9.30am - 11am. Please call or email to book a place prior to visiting.
ALICE NURSERY - Places available for 3-4 year old girls. Open Mornings every Wednesday at 9.30am. Please book an appointment prior to visiting.
At PGHS we specialise in educating girls, challenging them to achieve their full potential within our warm and friendly school environment. The school motto, “By Love Serve One Another” was carefully chosen by our founder, Miss Alice Hum, and it still epitomises our special ethos where each individual is nurtured, successes are celebrated and contribution to the community is greatly valued.
Academic potential is assessed prior to entry to this selective school, where over the last five years 72% of GCSE/IGCSE grades were A*or A grades.
From the Nursery through to the Seniors all sections of the school enjoy being part of our 'one school' community. Preps use the same facilities as the GCSE students in some subjects e.g. Art, Music, PE and D&T, and Juniors enjoy Science in the laboratories. Throughout, small class sizes and excellent teaching enable rapid progress, whilst exciting extra-curricular activities encourage girls to develop into well-rounded individuals.
Sports facilities at the Walker Ground, Southgate and Southbury Leisure Centres provide access to a range of sport and leisure opportunities, ensuring our girls value a healthy lifestyle. Partnership with parents is central to our girls’ success and families are proud to belong to our school community as highlighted in their comments made in our parental survey.
We are happy to welcome prospective parents and pupils to our Open Days and offer personal tours on request.
Ranked in the top five of The Sunday Times national league table for small independent schools.
All aspects of the school judged excellent/outstanding.
PGHS girls supported Comic Relief Red Nose Day today by dressing up in red and bringing in a donation to the charit… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8452791145337651202:20pm Mar 24th
The Lower school had a fantastic time this morning in their Shaking up Shakespeare workshop with Anthony Glenn when… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8449204489954836482:35pm Mar 23rd
The Lower school had a fantastic time this morning in their Shaking up Shakespeare workshop with Anthony Glenn when… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8449199244097331212:33pm Mar 23rd
The Hustings for Head Girl begins. Good Luck to all candidates!1:38pm Mar 16th
Congratulations to the winners of our World Book Day competition where girls dressed up a potato as their favourite… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8387686147905576963:09pm Mar 6th
A big thank you to author@NonPratt who visited the school and talked to Year 10 & 11. She is the favourite author… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8387476719805726751:46pm Mar 6th
Well done to all the girls who took part in the Senior School Swimming gala today and congratulations to the winner… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8376811503154094083:08pm Mar 3rd
Thank you to author Harriet Whitehorn who visited PGHS today and spoke to the Juniors as part of our World Book Day… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/8373329513817374724:05pm Mar 2nd
There are no upcoming events yet!