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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“It is really important to not only be prepared for a secondary school but for the life ahead and St Hilda’s prepares you for that.”

“I think the teachers are the best part of St Hilda’s because they know and understand you and they do much more than teach you.”

“I adore St Hilda’s because it is an exciting, caring, loving place to be in and you feel safe and happy there. I love my school.”

Latest School News
Parent Choir

Enjoy singing? Want to try out singing as a group? If the answer is yes then join Parent Choir 2016! See our amazing choir from last year. We are recruiting new members in time for this year’s Christmas Bazaar. Please can contact Mrs Painter or Miss Lupton for more information  

Princess Helena School Cross Country

Wednesday 28th October 2016 Three teams competed at PHC in their Invitational Cross Country competition.  In total there were approximately 50 girls running.  The St. Hilda’s teams finished in the following positions:- 1st Year 6 2nd Year 4 3rd Year 5 The individual results were:- 2nd Isla Year 6 3rd Florence C Year 6 4th …

Gardening Club

This week Gardening Club welcomed its first senior member. Mrs Mills, who has been a keen gardener for over 50 years, joined the girls to share her expertise and lend a hand. Gardening Club is looking forward to welcoming many more retired members of the St Hilda’s community, to join them on a Monday lunchtime …

Celtic Harmony

As part of their History topic this term the girls in Form III enjoyed a fantastic day out to Celtic Harmony, an Iron Age Settlement.  The girls had the opportunity to explore what life was like during this time.  They visited a traditional roundhouse complete with fire and authentic wall decorations.  They also had a …