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"Pupils' achievement in their work and activities is excellent throughout the school and they are well educated, fully in line with the school’s aim to promote academic excellence" ISI 2014
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"Throughout, the pupils’ spiritual development is excellent and fully reflects the school’s aim to develop the whole person by building self-esteem and confidence" ISI 2014
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"I think that the ethos, atmosphere, message and role models have been very important in making sure that my daughter was always happy at school, able to be herself and to succeed"
"The staff as a whole are dedicated, highly motivated and very focused on achieving the best outcomes for the pupils. Links with parents are excellent" ISI 2014
"We have felt tremendous support from both the teachers and parents. Our daughter is so fully engaged with a fun day packed with activities, that even she forgets what she's done in a full day!"
Blackheath High School is an exceptional school. It is characterised by passionate teaching, open-mindedness and a warm community atmosphere. In the classroom, our teachers provide the inspiration and support that enable students to flourish. Our girls are outward looking and adventurous; they can participate in a rich array of co-curricular activities and are encouraged to broaden their horizons through meaningful community service and a globally-minded approach.
Blackheath High has an enviable reputation for the quality of its pastoral care for all students and balanced approach. Your daughter will be well known and supported here at every stage of her education. Our confident and charismatic girls are testament to what we offer; please contact our Admissions Office if you would like to meet them and find out more about Blackheath High.
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17th November 2014
Our Junior School is ranked 21st out of the top 300 prep schools in the country in the latest Sunday Times Parent Power league tables.
3rd November 2014
We are saddened to learn that Professor Anna Craft, a pupil here from 1976-80, has died from cancer, aged 52.