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.
Year 5 Taster Days are now available to book via our website. This event is for Year 5 girls from local primary schools and is a chance to experience the work and atmosphere in an all-girls' school. The day will allow students to spend time exploring aspects of the secondary curriculum such as Humanities, Sciences and the Performing Arts and will begin to familiarise them with the routines and layout of a secondary school. ... See MoreSee Less
Please don't forget to sign up to our adult evening classes- booking will remain open until midnight tonight (courses commence on Monday). Unfortunately there hasn't been a huge amount of interest on some of the courses which may have to be cancelled, so if you were thinking of joining us please sign up before midnight tonight!
Another day, another living room full of books! The first picture below are all the lovely books that will soon be filling the shelves of the library at Hillview School For Girls. The second picture are all the books that Hillview have generously donated to The School Bus project, who work with refugee children. So many good feels knowing that the books are going to such a great cause.