Through studying Geography, students have opportunities to take part in a number of visits, including a residential visit to a field studies centre in Suffolk or the Lake District. Students also have opportunities to visit international destinations: for example, China, Iceland and Malta. By studying Geography, students develop their understanding of a number of contemporary environmental and social issues, from climate change to globalisation of industry. This develops students’ knowledge of their world and provides them with a wide range of transferable skills in preparation for employment or further education.
If you cannot make these dates, please contact the school to arrange a personal tour.
There will be members of staff to speak with regarding the Sixth Form at all of our open events.
There's no need to book, please just show up. Unfortunately there will be no parking available at the school so please park in the nearby roads and walk in. We apologise for the inconvenience. ... See MoreSee Less
Adult Evening Classes are starting again from Monday 18th September. If you would like to book a place and read more please follow this link: www.ticketsource.co.uk/hillviewschoolforgirls We are hoping to add more courses as they become available! So far we have confirmed: Dressmaking, Photography, Mindfulness and Relaxation, Henna/Mehndi Art(NEW), Crochet (NEW) and Spanish Language and Cookery. ... See MoreSee Less