A warm welcome from the Headmaster…

head-teacher-welcomeWelcome to St Hilda’s, a vibrant, happy community where every girl is valued for her individuality and where all strive to achieve the very best they can.

Our girls receive a first-class education in our new facilities, which encompass a huge range of experiences across a very varied and creative curriculum. Academic rigour, coupled with carefully differentiated and independent learning, allows each girl to maximise her potential whilst individual goals and talents are encouraged, stimulated and nurtured…

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“There is evidence of good teaching everywhere.”

“Breakfast club provision is very helpful and great to see After School club has been extended to 6pm for those just in case scenarios!”

“We are extremely pleased and impressed with the changes that have been made this year, especially relating to breakfast and after school club.  We look forward to seeing how forest school develops.”

Latest School News
LAMDA Results

Introductory Solo Verse Speaking Stage One Distinction – Bethany, Hannah, Isobel, Jessica, Imogen Merit – Mia, Asha, Sofia   Introductory Solo Verse Speaking Stage Two Distinction – Charlotte, Farrell, Margot, Zara, Evie, Clara, Constance, Imogen, Maddy, Holly, Freya Merit – Isabella, Chloe, Isabelle   Speaking in Public Grade One Distinction – Gabrielle, Freya, Darcey, Thea Merit – Poppy, Amie   Reading …

World Book Day Celebrations 2018

What a fantastic array of costumes we had! Mrs Lake and Miss O’Hare had the very difficult job of judging the best outfits in each class! Well done everyone and well done parents for supporting our event by providing the incredible outfits!

Fencing Competition

On Monday 19th February six girls from the St Hilda’s fencing team took part in their first competition against St Columbus School in the Hertfordshire Schools Fencing League.  The girls put up a good fight and we are very proud of your performance!

Magistrates Day

The girls in Form VI spent a very interesting morning recently, learning about the British judicial system, when two local magistrates from the Legal Eagles team led a workshop.  The girls particularly enjoyed acting out a mock court case and coming to a verdict based on the evidence heard.