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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“The teachers are kind and caring and I have lots of very good friends here. There are great opportunities.”

“St Hilda’s brings out the best in people.”

“We love the fact that the school has a well-rounded curriculum. Whilst we are very happy with our daughter’s progress in English and Maths, we are delighted that this hasn’t been at the expense of enquiry-based learning. The learning opportunities that she has been given have been wonderful.”

Latest School News
St Albans Verulamium and Welwyn Baths

Form III had a marvellous day out at Verulamium Museum and Welwyn Baths. The girls had the opportunity to dress up in costumes, touch and discuss artefacts and explore a range of interactive activities.

St Albans Abbey

Form IV enjoyed a fabulous outing to St Albans Abbey.  They had the opportunity to learn about the dissolution of the monasteries, a history of the Abbey as well as making their own brass rubbings.  The day was enjoyed by all and was made even better by the stunning weather and picnic in the park.

ISA Bedford Athletics

On Friday 21st May 2017, twenty athletes from Forms IV, V and VI competed in the ISA Regional Athletics Event. The girls sprinted 60, 75 or 80 metre, ran in the 4×100 metre relays, 600 metres, long jump, rounder’s ball throwing and shot put. All the track event athletes reached their finals and Sienna (Form …

Form VI STEM Challenges

Form VI have been taking part in a number of STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) challenges this week outside in the sunshine. They had to think of a way to move a heavy block using rollers to reduce friction. There was lots of discussion, planning and team work involved. We decided it wasn’t as …