Five girls from Palmers Green High School win first place in the London Schools Hydrogen Challenge!
On Friday 21 March 2014, during National Science and Engineering Week, over a hundred young people met to race hydrogen fuel cell cars at London’s...
Pupils watch the hatching of baby chicks as part of their 'Living Eggs' science project
The Living Eggs Project (The Great Eggscape!)
Lower School pupils dress up to celebrate World Book Day
Pupils and staff teaching Lower School girls had a wonderful time celebrating World Book Day dressing up as either their favourite book character or as...
Congratulations to our Year 11 GCSE drama students who were marked in the top band for their excellent performance
Our Year 11 GCSE drama students put on an excellent performance of three short plays: Ten Tiny Fingers, Nine Tiny Toes; The Handbag and Dead End.
The race is on! Year 9 and 10 take part in the London Schools Hydrogen Challenge
Our Year 9 and 10 girls did extremely well in the London Schools Hydrogen Challenge, for which they worked in groups of 3 or 4...
Year 5 visit the British Museum as part of their History topic on Ancient Greeks
During their trip to the British Museum Year 5 attended a workshop where they learnt how to depict characters from the ancient Greek pots.
Boys from Keble Prep School join PGHS girls for a Study Skills Seminar
Year 7 girls were joined by Year 7 boys from Keble Preparatory School on Monday for a Study Skills Seminar.
PGHS training course described as “Excellent”, “Fabulous” and “Inspirational”!
That was how delegates described Barry Smith’s training course for Modern Foreign Language teachers held at Palmers Green High School on Thursday.
Excellent GCSE results for Palmers Green High School students!
Palmers Green High School girls celebrated excellent results today with 100% A* - C GCSE grades. 73.2% of GCSE and IGCSE results were graded A*/A. ...
Year 7 present a cheque to their chosen charity ‘Little Hearts Matter’
Year 7 presented a cheque in senior school assembly this morning for £1,140 to Rowan, one of the parent volunteers from Little Hearts Matter.