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Girls, Power and Change: taking a look back at one of the Girls’ Day School Trust inspirational 'Raise Her Up' podcast series. This episode focuses on business leader and GDST alumna Debbie Wosskow. Listen to the podcast:


Warming up for the Edinburgh Fringe…our Year 11-13 drama students have been in the thick of rehearsals for the upcoming festival and will be performing in the 'Accidental Death of an Anarchist' 8-12 August. Break a leg girls! To book tickets:


Dream Big: at Blackheath High we encourage our students to chase their dreams with conviction. Take a tour of Sixth Form - a GDST school recently rated ‘Excellent in all areas’ by the ISI in 2022. Book now for our Open Morning on Saturday 1 October:


Congratulations - what a match! Women in sport at their finest, inspiring the nation and the next generation.


Congratulations . Women in sport at their finest!


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23 players, 23 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS! (A 🏆 thread...)


Some fab photos coming in for the competition! Snap a pic of your favourite summer holiday location and don't forget to make a heart shape with your hands. Get inspired by the sun-filled holiday pics and send your entries to on Twitter or Instagram.


We are delighted to announce that our outgoing Head Student, Sharmalyne, has been awarded one of three University Scholarships bestowed by the Girls' Day School Trust – the Frederica Lord Scholarship. Very well deserved Sharmalyne - best of luck for your next chapter.


With only 5% of music performed on the concert platform composed by women, we set out to celebrate and inspire through the power of at our inaugural Women In Music Festival, including our summer concert finale.


Congratulations to a number of our students passing their Silver and Bronze Arts Awards. Similar to the Duke of Edinburgh scheme, but for the Arts, it is a fantastic way for students to develop their understanding of the Arts in its widest context.


We are delighted to announce the winners of another creative Geography competition. The Year 7 competition was to create a 'typography' of a London borough to celebrate its individuality - a competition run by the London Eye and Lastminute.


Undivided at Junior School: One year on our initiative has raised awareness of cultural, mental and physical differences, in a sensitive, age-appropriate way. Our Welcome Clubs help support the curriculum, challenge misconceptions and celebrate diversity.


Year 3 go pond dipping at Senior School Eco Club. The girls had a wonderful time - pond dipping, where they found plenty of creatures including a couple of newts; meeting and feeding the guinea pigs; and painting rocks to decorate the pond area.


Congratulations to Eco Club, who has been honoured with a Distinction by the Eco-Schools Green Flag Award scheme, recognising the school's environmental credentials and actions in: biodiversity; recycling; sustainable transport; and much more.


Be Ambitious, Be Brave, Be Curious. We encourage our students to push their boundaries. Discover Blackheath High Junior School GDST - recently rated ‘Excellent in all areas’ by the ISI in 2022. Book now for our Open Morning Saturday 1 October:


Artistic licence unleashed: with the annual self-portraits at Junior School. Both old and new techniques were used by the girls in their self-portraits as students experimented with materials, mirrors and technology.


An abundance of energy and enthusiasm was seen from Year 10 Drama students in a workshop led by the Splendid Theatre Company. We saw some truly engaging pieces of original theatre, as the group pushed themselves out of their comfort zones. Splendid!


Blooming marvellous: a group of Year 7 students enter the Historical Royal Palaces ‘Superbloom’ competition with their fabulous sunflower design for a stunning jumpsuit and dress, perhaps following in the footsteps of fashion icon and Alumna, Mary Quant.


Be Daring, Dream Big. We support and inspire our girls all the way from Nursery to Sixth Form. Book a place at one of our Open Mornings at Junior School and Senior School on Saturday 1 October, including tours of our fantastic Sixth Form Centre. Book now:


Our photography competition at Senior School is back! Students must submit their best pics of their favourite summer holiday locations and including hands forming a heart shape. Entries to the team or via by 9 September please.


Year 2 gained a world of knowledge on their trip to Tower Bridge, an integral part of their learning journey on engineering and resilience. Engines, glass walkways, jumping buses and animation workshops all came joyously to life.


Year 9 make their own special bubble tea (not for drinking!). Implementing their learnings in Bioenergetics, Year 9 carried out a fun practical to investigate light intensity on the mean rate of photosynthesis, using algae beads that they made themselves.


Absolutely fabulous to see our Sports Days back in action! There were great performances and displays of athleticism and sportsmanship – well done everyone. The House wins go to Paragon for the Junior School and Vanbrugh for the Senior School.


Bamboo Bike Club's creation looks 'wheely' good!


It's the end of an era! We wish all our departing Y6s a wonderful summer and a bright future 🌞💖


A wonderful celebration of our inclusive school - and a fantastic, global lunch to go with it!


Year 9 students had a great time passing their qualifier expedition of their Bronze DofE after being brilliantly prepared following their practice expedition. Well done girls!


Today is Blackheath High's International Day! To celebrate, our Senior girls have dressed up in traditional clothing from around the world, and we were all treated to a delicious international buffet lunch in the quad. Bon appetit!


Studying ‘Fantastic Places’: our Year 7 Humanities Greenwich field trip to Greenwich Park and the iconic Cutty Sark was a lovely example of our departments working together, interweaving the school curriculums, while having fun!


Delicious cherries handpicked by our Year 1 school councillors this summer term. After some expert student sampling and taste testing by Mrs Skevington, the harvest was shared with the rest of the year.


Wherefor art thou...‘Romeo and Juliet’ by The Globe Players. The Globe players gave a superb performance of Shakespeare classic for Year 9. “An excellent workshop and great learning opportunity” - read our Year 9 Issy’s Student Review.


Wonderful assembly, thank you to everyone who took part!


Great work, Mighty Girls 🎨🖌


When summer gives us 30 degree days, Eco Club make lemonade. Despite the sweltering heat the Eco Club managed to make some delicious homemade lemonade, raising £60 to go towards plants for Eco Club. Unbe-leaf-able!


Production of ‘Mystery at Magpie Manor’ by Year 5 and 6 was a roaring success. The girls took to the stage, playing to a packed audience and putting on a spectacular show. Well done Year 5 and 6, we are all very proud of you!


Did you read about our rowathon? Senior School girls rowed for 8 hours across the day, fundraising for LGBTQ+ Mental Wellbeing charity ‘Mind Out’. The students had a great day and gave it their all, raising over £300!


A rare opportunity at Blackheath High Junior School in September 2022 - recently rated ‘excellent in all areas’ by the ISI in 2022, it's an exciting time to join our exceptional Junior School. We are accepting applications for Years 3 & 4 - apply today:


A night under the stars at The BHSA Summer Festival. An incredibly lovely event at the heart of our collaborative and community-led school. So many fun activities - face painting, inflatables, bushcraft skills, a “silent” movie and fabulous food to boot.


Lola in Year 9 is on a roll! Many congratulations to Lola and her pony Spot on winning more firsts in their equestrian show jumping events, amongst very experienced riders. As ever we are very proud.


A really engaging assembly. Thank you to Sarra for showing us the real work going on behind the scenes to contribute towards a more sustainable future 🌍




to our Junior School Virtual Open evenT

This online event is designed to help you learn more about the exciting school life here at Blackheath High Junior School.



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Simply follow the running order below (recommended for the best viewing experience), clicking and watching the film content as you go, learning about life at Blackheath High Junior School.

Then experience our Q&A Panel Webinar Event with our Head of Junior School, Deputy Head and Head of Years 3 & 4.



'A warm welcome to Blackheath High School'

Head, Mrs Carol Chandler-Thompson 

(1 min)




'Life at Blackheath High Junior School and our Mighty Girls ethos' - hear about our brand new Mighty Girls Challenge Programme

Head of Junior School, Mrs Sarah Skevington

(6 mins)





Deputy Head, Mrs Marie-Clare Gilfedder-Bonnar, talks in detail about our rich curriculum and extensive co-curricular programme. From specialist teachers to Circus Skills, we encourage risk-taking, build resilience, and help every individual girl thrive

(4 mins)





Discover Early Years: From fun French lessons to playdough disco sessions, and even exploring in our Forest School - see a glimpse of the stimulating life at Nursery and Reception.

(4 mins)







Find out more about our specialist teaching from Year 3 onwards in Music, Design & Technology and Sport in our 'Secret Life of Year 3' film

(3 mins)





Director of Sport, Miss Hannah Morrell, shares how the Junior Sports Department inspires each girl to develop a life-long love of sport. From dance to football, cricket to taekwondo, and even mini London marathons on Blackheath

(2 mins)







Meet Gaia and Eleanor, Year 4 pupils, talking about explosions in science lessons, virtual reality trips, and remembering what life is like in Nursery and Reception - all your burning questions answered!

(4 mins)






Discover outdoor learning: See our girls persevering and bravely learning to light a fire as part of bush craft activities.

(2 mins)





Understand the educational benefits of

an all-through school - 

Head, Mrs Chandler-Thompson

(4 mins)






Deputy Head, Mrs Gilfedder-Bonnar,

explains how pupils continued to learn 

and excel with our 

Guided Home Learning

provision during lockdown

(3 mins)






The Head of Junior School, Sarah Skevington's,

Q&A Panel Webinar with Deputy Head and Head of Years 3 & 4

(30 mins)





See the unique and innovative immersive learning experiences pupils enjoy as part of the GDST 


Our Year 6 pupils head to Oxford University's Institute of Maths, for the annual GDST Maths Conference - learn how we inspire the next generation of budding mathematicians

(3 mins)


Inspiring the next generation of scientists:  Pupils extract their DNA at the Royal Institute

(3 mins)






Pupils brew potions, play with language and perform at the GDST Shakespeare Conference

(2 mins)










Enjoy our multi-award winning Junior School Chamber Choir's not one but two performances,  

at the GDST Young Choir of the Year competition, held at the historic Cadogan Hall

(10 mins)











 Take a Virtual 360 Tour of Blackheath High Junior School and Sports Campus. Can you spot all 18 of the brave lionesses hiding throughout our Junior School?


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'GDST Spirit' 

Enjoy this short film to learn about what it means to be a GDST girl





We’d like to thank you for attending our Junior School Virtual Open Evening.

We hope you enjoyed your experience. We would very much welcome any feedback you may have, so please email it to us here. You can explore our website further or download a prospectus below. If you would like us to send you a prospectus pack in the post please contact our Admissions team.

More information on the admissions process can be found here. Alternatively, please do not hesitate to contact our wonderfully warm Admissions department to help guide you through the Admissions process.  

Finally, we have a comprehensive new school transport service to help pupils travel to and from school safely. Find out more here.


Please download a PDF brochure:


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