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Year 11 Drama group present three superb short plays

1st August 2020

Our Year 11 Drama group presented three superb short plays to a full house last night.  The plays were ‘The Dummy Tree’ by Conor Mitchell, ‘Be My Baby’ by Amanda Whittington and ‘Dr Korczak’s Example’ by David Greig. 

PGHS celebrates World Book Day with a visit from author Kate Saunders

1st August 2020

PGHS teachers and pupils dressed up as book characters to celebrate world book day. The author Kate Saunders visited the classrooms and the girls very much enjoyed Ms Saunders lively session.  She commented upon the many colourful characters, of which some resembled the character from her book Belfry Witches.

Year 11 carnival raises money for 'Rays of Sunshine' charity

1st August 2020

Our Year 11 pupils organised a most enjoyable and colourful charity event in aid of ‘Rays of Sunshine’. Judging from the number of girls with painted faces and nails – and the vast quantity of cakes, popcorn and fruit skewers which were sold this was an extremely popular and well-planned event. Thank you to everyone…

Firefighters visit the Alice Nursery as the children learn about 'people who help us'

1st August 2020

Firefighters from Edmonton Fire Station visited the Alice Nursery to talk to the children about their role in the community as part of the nursery’s curriculum ‘people who help us’. The girls had the opportunity to sit in the fire engine and spray water from the hoses!

Former PGHS pupil leads her team to victory in University Challenge

1st August 2020

A former Palmers Green High School pupil, Nina Grant, led her team to victory in University Challenge on Monday night. Nina, a French and linguistics student, said that she developed her love of learning when she was a pupil at the school. Please click on the link below to read the full article from the…

Alice Nursery girls learn about road safety from our lollipop lady as part of their topic 'People Who Help Us'

1st August 2020

Girls at our Alice Nursery have been following a topic called ‘People Who Help Us’ and today Jan, our lollipop lady, talked to the girls about her role and how she helps parents and children to cross the road safely outside our school. In the next few weeks the Alice Nursery will have a visit…

Palmers Green High School helps celebrate Parliament Week with a visit from Lord Mitchell

1st August 2020

Palmers Green High School hosted a talk from a member of the House of Lords on Friday to encourage students to engage more with the political and parliamentary process. It was one of over 40 visits to schools that took place around the UK to mark the final day of Parliament Week, a national initiative…

Palmers Green High School ranked No1 in The Sunday Times Parent Power National League Table

1st August 2020

Palmers Green High School has been ranked No1 in The Sunday Times Parent Power National League Table for small independent schools for the third year running. In the lastest league table released yesterday, the school was ranked first place based on its 2012 GCSE/IGCSE results where 74% of girls achieved A*/A grades. Please click on…

Ballerina Marion Tait unveils new exam hall

1st August 2020

Please click on the link below to view the article in The Enfield Independent http://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/news/10001941.Ballerina_unveils_new_school_exam_hall/?ref=erec

Harvest Festival donations help to raise money for UNICEF and other charities

1st August 2020

Many thanks to all those who contributed to the Harvest Festival on Tuesday 25th September. Harvest produce and gifts were gratefully received by both St. Monica’s soup kitchen and the Whitechapel Mission for the homeless. The total money that was raised for the charity UNICEF to purchase a water pump is £330. Please click here…