In their final year at St Hilda’s, girls in Form VI take on a variety of roles, responsibilities and duties which impact positively on their leadership skills as they prepare for secondary school. Throughout the year, girls in Form VI take the lead in organising inter-house competitions, including Music, Netball, Swimming, Tennis and Rounders as well as roles of responsibility around the School.
In Form VI, each girl selects a member of staff to be their mentor, with whom they will have meetings throughout their final year at St Hilda’s.
A great selection of lunch-time and after school clubs are available to girls in Form VI. In the Spring Term, Form VI present a superb dramatic production to parents, family and friends.
The curriculum in Form VI continues to provide challenge and inspiration through wide and varied opportunities for learning both in and out of the classroom. Girls enjoy a great selection of trips in Form VI, not least of all, their residential trip to France taken early in the Summer Term.
The penultimate event of the academic year is an Eco Show, (taking place during our Annual Activity Week) which is produced, scripted and performed by the girls in Form VI. The year then concludes with the Leavers’ Service where the girls speak both of their memories of St Hilda’s as well as their dreams and aspirations for the future.