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We are working on it ☺️


Lovely to hear from you, Kate. Pleased to say we are working on this 😊


Yes, ’s lunches are hard to beat. Missed by all


Such an important point , glad we are all finding ways to replace the conversations we miss - whether a quick 'catch up' outside a classroom or learning in lessons 😁


A real team effort, ! Her desk set-up is an inspiration to us all 😍


Awesome work! Good to see clubs going online!


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Thank you - we love hearing stories like this!


Brilliant work all around 🤗


Great to hear! Keep up the good work Mrs M! 🤹‍♀️


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Year 5 learning all about the Components of Fitness 🏋🏼‍♀️ home circuits being created and performed! Yes keep up the great work 👊🏻👌👍


Thank you Audible!


Brilliant to hear 🙂


Absolutely brilliant - keep up the good work everyone!


Clearly the exercise is doing the trick - they look so spritely!


and at home!


Great to see students of key workers keeping fit at school...


A reminder to everyone 😊


We are now continuing our girls’ education through our Guided Home Learning method for all students and the Blackheath High School buildings are now closed except to provide critical support to our incredible key workers.


We couldn’t agree more!


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If you needed any more encouragement to look at this experiment . Wiping slices of white bread with clean hands, iPads, unwashed hands etc and see what happens 😱


We are all so grateful and proud of our community in these challenging times, keep it up!




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Guided Home Learning provision starts from tomorrow. Students: remember to use Firefly and email if not in school. Looking forward to seeing you either in school or on-line tomorrow.


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Another STEAM week, another ‘Masters’ class for staff. Thanks to Mr Masters for giving up his time to teach us to draw!


Quite a treat to have a surprise flash mob appear in reception today, featuring the BHS invention, the Boghorn!


Sixth Form had a great Skype conversion with analytical research assistant , where they learnt about her role of analysing proteins in cancerous and normal tissues. Thank you Erin!


What an excellent week of activities we had for this week! Including a CSI Day, virtual reality, making recyclable bunting and learning more about sustainability in the environment.


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WAKE UP + WORK OUT 🏋🏽‍♀️🔥 come and join the fun! 7:30am Monday, Wednesday and Friday!


Blackheath High Junior School in action 👏👏👏


Year 10 are hosting a Senior Citizen's tea party with an 'Under the Sea' theme today. Fabulous decorations and smiles all around!


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Making electronic quizzes with . Some excellent (and tricky) questions. I will hang my certificate from Mia and Katie up with pride (I didn’t know pizza originated in Greece!)


It was a pleasure to welcome alumna back to school today to talk to Year 7 about her career as a journalist, give tips on interview technique and provide insight into the news that surrounds us. Thank you, Geraldine!


Thank you so much for coming in and kick-starting Year 7's Journalism Day!


Entry for Year 11 Crime Scene Investigators only ⛔️🧪🔎


The Mighty Boghorn returns!


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British Science Week is here! We're so excited


Academic studies are brought to life by frequent visits and trips and our girls benefit greatly from learning outside of the classroom. Our extensive programme of trips begins from Nursery School age, with girls enjoying residential trips from Year 5, and continues into Sixth Form.

Trips, such as a recent visit to Iceland, develop strong global and cultural awareness.

Our students visit conferences, museums, art galleries, theatres, farms, and many other places of interest. We are fortunate to be close enough to Central London to take advantage of its wealth of opportunities, while also having good transport routes to rural areas of Kent and Sussex and Europe.

Residential trips allow more time for in-depth learning and bring many other benefits including the development of independence and confidence.

Recent Senior School Day Trips

  • Biology Field trip for A-level students

  • British Museum and Chinatown for Year 7

  • Christmas Market Trip to Cologne for Years 9, 10 11 13

  • Design Museum and V&A for Year 9

  • Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions: , Bronze, Silver & Gold for Years 9-13

  • French Battlefields

  • Geography Field trip to Juniper Hall

  • Geography Field trip to Whitstable

  • Geography Lecture at Wimbledon High School (GDST) for A-level students

  • Globe Theatre for GCSE and A-level Drama students

  • Kew Gardens Art Field trip

  • Model United Nations Competitions

  • PGL residential weekend for Year 7

  • PGL residential weekend for Year 8

  • Playhouse Theatre for Year 10 Drama students

  • Rome for RS students

  • Ski trip to Switzerland

  • Venice for Music students

Recent Senior School Residential Trips

Cambodia and Laos

A rewarding and breath-taking experience with many highs, some tears (joyful ones), amazing food and the chance to see one of the seven Wonders of the World – Angkor Wat.

This three week trip included volunteer charity work for homeless children in Oropesa, four-day trek of the Salkantay trail and visits to Machu Picchu and Cucso.

A week travelling in China with visits to Beijing, the Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China. The students also attended lessons at our partner school.

The annual ski trip last year was to Torgon, Switzerland.

Geography trip to see the Northern Lights and a glacier in Thorsmork.

Three week expedition during which the students climbed Mount Kinabalu, swam by the Tarp islands, visited an Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, studied turtle and shark conservation and gained their PADI diving certificates.

A visit to the Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the island of Capri and Sorrento including climbing Mount Vesuvius.

New York City
A fieldtrip for GCSE and A level Art students in New York with visits to the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum.

A fascinating cultural eleven day tour of India. Students hiked in the Himalayas, explored the city of Delhi, helped at an orphanage and a school for disadvantaged children, visited marveled at the Taj Mahal and visited places of worship.

Recent Junior School Trips


  • Greenwich Park


  • The Old Royal Naval College
  • Black History Workshop
  • Museum Of Childhood
  • National Gallery or Tate Modern
  • The Woodland Trust Farm
  • The Naval College

Year 1

  • Globe Theatre
  • Art Gallery - Tate Modern
  • Transport Museum
  • Trip to Post Office
  • Kinetic Science Theatre
  • Greenwich Park

Year 2

  • Kew Gardens
  • Theatre Trip - Greenwich
  • The National Gallery
  • Ragged School Museum

Year 3

  • Theatre Trip
  • Old Royal Naval College
  • National Maritime Museum

Year 4

  • London Zoo
  • Art Museum Visit - Dulwich Picture Gallery
  • Royal Institution Science Show

Year 5

  • Ice Skating at Bluewater
  • Wallace Collection
  • Residential trip to Liddington

Year 6

  • Bowling at Surrey Quays
  • Royal Institution Science Show
  • Theatre Trip - The Globe
  • Residential trip to France