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16/12/18

As we mark the 100th anniversary of the first time women voted in the UK, our Head teacher, Mrs Carol Chandler-Thompson, says we must encourage young women to become active participants in politics… read full article here Magazine https://t.co/keOY5k9shP

14/12/18

Good luck to all of our students performing in the production of Sleeping Beauty tomorrow!

13/12/18

"How did we do it? I'll tell you now, we didn't give up, we didn't know how". Everyone must read this incredible and empowering poem from one of our Year 3 pupils. https://t.co/3yCnJw94vO

13/12/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

simply gorgeous Nursery https://t.co/jkXdc1X5E7

12/12/18

Retweeted From BlackheathHigh Sport

A great atmosphere at this afternoon! A convincing win for our U14 Hockey team against Sydenham. A win for our Senior B and loss for our Senior A Netball team against LPSB, and a fantastic turn out for Netball Academy! POM: Beni, Tilly and Katie. https://t.co/RPjq2XBtDj

12/12/18

Retweeted From Carol Chandler-Thomp

Couldn’t agree with this more. Really important schools embrace and celebrate all different personality types and leadership styles. We consciously celebrate different ways of being for our young people. https://t.co/zKNS5B352v

12/12/18

Our superb selection of clubs and societies often have parents wishing they could go back to school themselves... thank you for supporting our Hamster Club - your signed photo has made our day! https://t.co/IgJvpIUWMT

12/12/18

Retweeted From Steven Henderson

And a big thank you to everyone who sang so well in the community choir tonight. https://t.co/dsvdmvjkQX

12/12/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Magnificent concert beautiful chapel. Spine tingling and glorious. Our brilliant girls and 👏👏👏👏👏 https://t.co/haaycEqsEo

11/12/18

Good luck to all of our students performing at tonight’s Carol Concert at the Old Royal Naval College https://t.co/3kRdyCnXS9

10/12/18

Brilliant dancing today from these Blackheath High-flyers at Pineapple Studios. Congratulations to our very own Julia who was named best ballet dancer of the day https://t.co/oQbjqYNWKo

10/12/18

Retweeted From BlackheathHigh Sport

What a fantastic day! The girls absolutely thrived having the opportunity to dance with such brilliant choreographers. Thanks for having us and for organising. Well done Julia who was Ballet dancer of the day 👏🏻#GDSTdayofdance18 https://t.co/htNuqtOTX2

10/12/18

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And finally jazz! Great start to the week 👏👏👏 https://t.co/EIqZ2BX7sz

10/12/18

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Yr1 ballet https://t.co/LTTu9APkXR

10/12/18

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And yr3 to tap https://t.co/p8xJpQn1O9

10/12/18

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And Miss Riordan’s Reception class https://t.co/pWiFzsIATk

10/12/18

A huge congratulations to Abigail for winning the the 'Spirited Arts' competition! https://t.co/cuTsGW8Klm https://t.co/GhVbcI03b2

10/12/18

Retweeted From Steven Henderson

Can't wait for our carols here on Tuesday evening! https://t.co/xaUIQB2OYK

07/12/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Top job and our fab Chamber Choir. Massive 👏👏to teachers and parents who came to to support singing for https://t.co/7u1RVV4ggu

07/12/18

Retweeted From Carol Chandler-Thomp

No grinches - girls doing a fab job of spreading the commuter cheer and raising funds for - ably supported by Florence 🐾 https://t.co/CTyPn4V57c

06/12/18

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Great dualogue from Lacey and Monique, stage managed by Abbie at the AL performance evening - loving the new drama space https://t.co/Ut5SWRiA3T

05/12/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

inspirational role model for our Mighty Girls Club https://t.co/LfKNHfNY0l

05/12/18

Retweeted From BlackheathHigh Sport

The year 3 students are working on teamwork, sportsmanship, communication and leadership in PE today! https://t.co/vR16ZcDnJE

05/12/18

As part of our House competitions, the girls showed off their impressive baking skills in this year's 'Cakefest'. See the winners here: https://t.co/k816lgy9vY https://t.co/Py7xQZJ8JA

05/12/18

Deck the halls! This festive pair have been busy decorating their house tree this morning. https://t.co/I45ZmQt5Sj

05/12/18

Retweeted From Blue Cross Events

A massive thank you to for making these adorable hamster calendars to help raise money for our animals at Blue Cross. What a clever idea! 🐹🐹🐹 good luck Hamster Club! https://t.co/D1GWCqBMR4

04/12/18

Our Hamster Club is selling calendars to raise money for . If you want your own calendar filled with adorable images of our Hamsters, students can order a copy from Shanti, Amy, and Maddie in Year 8, or you can buy one from the school reception. https://t.co/yUZnMSphaB

04/12/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Thank you for posting. That’s the content for our mini feminist club set for tomorrow. https://t.co/7CSlftErdI

03/12/18

Retweeted From GDST Skills

Wonderful to host our Student Council Head Office today, and to hear from so many articulate and inspiring young leaders. Thank you to all for sharing lots of great ideas https://t.co/H3nTsaPvsC

03/12/18

Our Junior School choir loved singing at the wonderful family day on Saturday. Thank you for having us! https://t.co/CSFHed0BgM

03/12/18

Mrs Maddison talks about the power of music, and how creating a joint playlist with your daughter can be an effective bonding experience: https://t.co/tiF4yqZq1w https://t.co/tBL3JEV8uA

03/12/18

Retweeted From Gerlinde Achenbach

Many thanks to for yet another wonderful series of action packed Shine sessions for our children at . And special thanks to your sixth formers who are inspirational to our 9 and 10 year olds. https://t.co/mEJwY7CDiz

02/12/18

Retweeted From Carol Chandler-Thomp

A real pleasure to welcome students and their parents to celebrate all their achievements in our serious fun on Saturdays programme 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 well done https://t.co/9E9INHS25B

30/11/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

The elves are in getting everything ready for tomorrow’s Craft Fair. Come and hear our choirs, do Christmassy things and have lunch. 11 to 2.30pm at the Junior School Wemyss Road https://t.co/1Abdenucgo

30/11/18

Well done to Annabel in Year 5 for winning this year's GDST Season's Greetings Card Competition! https://t.co/DKKeLrMfJv https://t.co/vWtbtKseP0

29/11/18

Retweeted From Steven Henderson

Had a super time this morning interviewing children hoping to join us in Year 7 . What an inspiring, creative, thoughtful, energising lot! Can't wait for the next ones now.

28/11/18

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Mighty Girls club has been learning about . woman https://t.co/mO6Cj2dIi6

26/11/18

Retweeted From Blackheath High School Association

Missed out on pre-ordering your Christmas wreath? It's your lucky day, go to https://t.co/v1vgr90Niu and choose from 2 lovely options for collection at this Saturday's Christmas Fair. Still a few kids' craft/dance/music/Hive slots available too!

Latest news

September 21

The A-stars aligned for Ezie

Ezi Nnoham, 16 from Canary Wharf, was ‘on a Blackheath High’ after being awarded 10 A*s (2 x A* and 7 x 9)) despite the tough new GCSEs.  Subjects she topped include Latin, Computer Science, Advanced Maths, Spanish and Design Technology.

Ezi’s modest and quiet determination meant she was a focussed scholar, however this didn’t stop her giving back to the school community by being a Maths mentor, a School Ambassador and a Year 11 Buddy to welcome new students to the school.

Head Teacher, Carol Chandler-Thompson, “We were thrilled to be able to award Ezi with a bursary in order to be able to join Blackheath High School. It has been wonderful to see her take full advantage of all the opportunities here - academically and holistically – and thrive as a result. As a further mark of her success the school have chosen to give her the Leedham Science Prize for the Sixth Form which will enable her to stay on for her A-Levels, to help fulfil her potential. We are so proud of her hard work and determination.”

Ezi, who joined the school in Year 7, not only succeeded academically, but has also taken full advantage of the co-curricular activities during her time at the school. As well as being a member of the additional Maths clubs she is a key player in the Netball and Hockey clubs, as well.

On receiving her stunning straight A*s, Ezi said: “I’m overjoyed, overwhelmed and so excited to go on to study A Level Maths, Chemistry and Spanish with the aim of fulfilling my dream of studying Medicine at Oxford.”

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