Blackheath High School Association

The BHSA is an organisation of parents and teachers of girls at Blackheath High School.BHSAlogo

Its primary function is to raise money to provide the school with equipment and extras that enhance the educational experience of the girls. We also aim to contribute to the school community by organising fun events where parents can meet, network and enjoy themselves.

"A very wide range of opportunities is available for parents to participate in the life of the school.  An active parent teacher association (BHSA) supports the school through networking, fund raising and arranging a variety of social events for parents and pupils, and the school greatly values its hard work and dedication.  In the EYFS, parents are given many opportunities to be actively involved in their children’s learning."  ISI 

To see details of future or past events, or to offer new ideas or help, please click on the related links.

Become a Class Representative!

The BHSA are looking for Class Representatives. Class representatives at Blackheath High School help parents to meet each other.They organise or co-ordinate social events. Ideally every class should have two or three representatives. The more representatives a class has, the less work an individual person has to take on. As a class representative, you can do as much or as little as you feel you are able to take on.

Contact Us

You can contact the BHSA via the School Offices:

Junior School: Tel 020 8852 1537
Senior School: Tel. 020 8853 2929


Our Coffee Shop runs every Friday morning from 8.30am in the dining room of the Junior school. All you need to do is follow the delicious aroma of freshly brewed coffee to indulge in the fabulous delights of a wonderful cappuccino, latte, filter coffee or any choice of tea that your heart desires. The freshly made mini croissants were a huge success and will be offered each week, warm and inviting along with toast, fruit or fresh orange juice.

There's also a children's corner for the little ones so they can play happily whilst you relax over a coffee, catch up with friends or read one of the daily newspapers in a quiet corner (and remember, there's free organic biscuits for the children, what more could you want!). We were delighted to welcome you last week and really hope that you will pay us a visit again soon. The Coffee Shop offers a lovely warm environment and is much cheaper than any coffee shop in the village, with better coffee too! As a special treat, ever few weeks we will be offering up a corner of the Coffee Shop to local small businesses or privately run individuals from the area. You'll be able to browse through a range of items from jewellery, artwork, cards, books, home made bakery delights and much more. Recently we were delighted to welcome Jo Evans from Phoenix Cards who offered a lovely range of greeting cards and merchandise. So watch this space to see who will be there next Friday. Indeed, if you're local and would like to set up a little corner selling your wares, please email Corrie Rafferty ( and she'll forward your email on to the relevant people. We really hope that you can come this Friday morning and look forward to seeing you then.

Do you fancy helping out at the school, but not sure how?  Have you ever wanted to see how a coffee shop runs?  Would you like to get to know other parents in different years?  Do you have a couple of spare hours every so often & thinking about volunteering?

If so, come and help at the School’s COFFEE SHOP.  It opens every Friday morning between 8.30-9.45 and is run by volunteer parents. The great thing is that you can help as often as you like, depending on your time, availability and inclination!  We need volunteers from 8am (your children are welcome to wait in the dining room until school time) to set up the dining room (laying out tablecloths, putting flowers out, etc.) and then help preparing and serving the food and drinks, and finally clearing away.   A fab part of the coffee shop is that you get to meet and chat with other parents if you'd like to, whilst raising funds for the school. So why not drop us an email at  and let us know your availability, a rota will then be set up.  The school and the COFFEE SHOP team would really appreciate any help that you are able to offer.




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BHSA News for 9 December 2016 HIGHLIFE Download