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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…

Students achieve outstanding GCSE results

1st August 2020

Congratulations to our Year 11 students who received their GCSE results today. It was another impressive year for the school as 100% of entries were graded A*-C (with 73.6% graded A* or A). The top three performing students this year collected a total of 24 A* and 8 A grades between them. Headteacher, Christine Edmundson,…

Junior choir performs at the N21 Festival

1st August 2020

The Junior choir performed at the N21 Festival last Saturday at the ‘Fancy Fair’ which was held on The Green in Winchmore Hill. The Summer festival which was dreamt up as a way to unite the community proved to be a highly successful event. A former drama teacher and LAMDA examiner, Mrs Annette Elliott, who…

PGHS raise in excess of £3,500 for the NSPCC

1st August 2020

Girls from the Prep and Junior departments (Reception through to Year 6) at Palmers Green High School raised in excess of £3,500 for the NSPCC after taking part in a Spellathon. Some of the pupils who took part in the Spellathon and Mr Dermot Lewis, the School’s Chair of Governors, presented the cheque during Wednesday…

Acclaimed children’s authors Roy Apps and Marcus Sedgwick visit PGHS to help celebrate World Book Day

1st August 2020

Roy Apps, the acclaimed children’s author and scriptwriter visited the Lower School on World Book Day and spent time with Reception to Year 6 talking about his books, writing and where ideas for his stories came from. The following day we were also extremely lucky to have the popular and award winning children’s author Marcus…

Palmers Green High School celebrates outstanding inspection report

1st August 2020

Palmers Green High School has been judged ‘excellent’ in all aspects of its educational provision in a report released on Friday by the Independent Schools Inspectorate. The selective school for girls, aged from three to sixteen, has also been ranked first in The Sunday Times league table for small schools in both 2010 and 2011….