Form VI have been investigating different types of bags you can find in shops to come up with a solution for our shop keepers who are each looking for a different solution. They are testing bag strength, durability and level of comfort.
In a cross curricular link with History, Form VI have been thinking about war. We looked at the work of war artist Paul Nash and the girls worked in his semi-abstract style to create these very emotive responses.
Form VI had a fantastic day at Buckingham Palace, exploring a special exhibition about Queen Victoria and the Royal Mews, where they admired the four ton Gold State Coach. The girls were complimented on their exemplary behaviour.
"St Hilda’s provides a perfect mix of being kind and nurturing, whilst at the same time building the girls’ confidence and challenging them to do more and try new things. Both our girls are very happy there and constantly surprise me with the breadth of activities they talk about doing at school."
"“Pupils’ attitudes to learning are outstanding.”
ISI Report 2019
"I love the emphasis St Hilda’s places on an all round education. The opportunities for developing talents in music, art, public speaking and drama are fantastic. It’s wonderful to see the confidence of children grow."