PGHS working in partnership with St Monica’s Catholic Primary School

24th March 2022

On Friday, 24th of February 2022, the MFL Department at PGHS went to visit St Monica’s School, one of our local partnership primary schools, for an afternoon of language discovery, fun and creativity. Mrs Larotonda, Mrs Parry-Garnaud and nine Y11 pupils spent time with Year 5, promoting languages as a whole and Spanish in particular….

World Book Day

4th March 2022

Pupils and staff had a wonderful day celebrating World Book Day. It started with an excellent visit from acclaimed local author, Caroline Green which we really enjoyed. The girls in the Lower School dressed up as a favourite book character & the staff surprised them by dressing up, as a group, as Wally from ‘Where’s…

It’s Official – PGHS are Excellent

2nd March 2022

Guess what…? The 2022 ISI Inspection Report is here, and we are delighted with the results. We are excellent! Click here to read the full report

Number One…Again!

7th December 2021

We are excited to announce that once again PGHS has hit the top spot in the Sunday Times’ Parent Power League Table for Small Independent Schools.  This year the results were generated using data going back to 2017, which shows how consistent our fabulous results are!

ICS’s Partnership Week in Action – Palmers Green High School working with St Paul’s Church of England Primary School

25th November 2021

Madame Parry-Garnaud, Head of Modern Foreign Languages at Palmers Green High School (PGHS), shares her experience about a new project she is running with her Year 11 Pupils and local primary schools, entitled ‘Le Français dans la communaute’. The objective of the new partnership initiative is to give a French taster day to Year 5…

Congratulations Year 11, Class of 2021

12th August 2021

Congratulations to our very hard-working GCSE Class of 2021. In common with all pupils across the country, they have faced uncertainty and change throughout the pandemic. Their education has been continuous and delivered through a mixture of remote, blended and face-to-face teaching. Year 11 are to be commended for the personal strength and resilience that…

PGHS has been working closely with current pupils, staff and alumnae in response to Black Lives Matter

1st August 2020

PGHS has been working closely with current pupils, staff and alumnae in response to Black Lives Matter. Here is a video message below from our Head, Mrs Kempster.  You can read our letter from the Head and Deputy Head to the PGHS community here. You can read our letter from the Chair of Governors to…

PGHS welcomes back younger pupils after Lockdown

1st August 2020

This week we welcomed back the younger girls to School in a well prepared, careful and sensible way to ensure that the School can remain as safe as possible for all of us. Some of our Nursery, Reception and Year 1 pupils enjoyed returning to see their friends and teachers  and it was lovely to…

Half-term reflections from our Deputy Head on Lockdown

1st August 2020

The display in my office, says “Remember to breathe”: a reminder to take a moment to stop, be mindful and just ‘be’. Half-term has offered the first real chance to take such a breath and look back on the lockdown journey we have taken and the people who have played such a fundamental part in…

PGHS holds lockdown 'uniform day' to raise money for Noah's Ark Children's Hospice

1st August 2020

Palmers Green High School held a ‘uniform day’ last Friday with all proceeds going towards Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice.  Pupils are currently continuing their learning from home, with all teachers delivering a full curriculum.  The school holds ‘Friday Fundays’ every week as part of their ongoing wellbeing program, which includes a weekly challenge, jokes and…