The Onatti Spanish Theatre visit PGHS
Pupils in Year 8 – 11 enjoyed a very entertaining and thought provokingperformance of ¿Cuántos me gusta tienes? The girls were able to take part...
Year 5 Trip to The British Museum
Year 5 visited the British Museum and enjoyed learning about ancient Greece to support their classroom topic.
A very warm welcome to our new Headmistress
Palmers Green High School is delighted to welcome a new Headmistress, Mrs Wendy Kempster, who joins the school from Loughborough High School.
Year 6 step back in time during their visit to the British Schools Museum
Year 6 had a wonderful experience stepping back in time to the Victorian era during their visit to the British Schools Museum in Hitchin and...
Seniors girls compete in the Enfield Cross Country Championships
The Year 7 to 9 cross country team competed in the Enfield Cross Country Championships.
Harvest Festival helps to support the homeless in London
This year our Harvest Festival collection of groceries, toiletries and warm clothing helped to show our continued support to St Monica’s Soup Kitchen and The First Love Foundation...
The Lower School celebrates Roald Dahl's 100th Birthday
Tuesday September 13th marked 100 years since the birth of one of the world's greatest story tellers, Roald Dahl. As part of our celebrations, the girls from Reception to Year 6 dressed up as their favourite Roald Dahl character.
Excellent GCSE results yet again for PGHS Girls!
Palmers Green High School girls yet again achieved excellent results in their GCSEs/IGCSEs with 99.1% graded A*-C grades and 61.3% graded A*/A. The top three students collected a total of 31A* grades with our starry Head Girls Mariam and Christine achieving straight A*s across the board.
Alice Nursery Sports Day!
The Alice Nursery girls were very lucky as their Sports Day was blessed with some sunshine! The girls had fun taking part in all the...
Rare moon rocks land at PGHS!
Exciting rare samples of moon rocks and a collection of impressive meteorites landed at PGHS last week for a visit. Senior students were able to enjoy a unique, interactive experience of astronomy during their lessons and Preps and Juniors also had the opportunity to visit the science labs which were temporarily transformed into a 'mini' solar system.