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Girls’ independent day and boarding school for pupils aged 11-16

The structure of Berkhamsted School enables girls to flourish academically in a single-sex classroom environment while allowing them to experience numerous co-educational activities, events and trips

Liz Richardson welcomes you to Berkhamsted Girls

The diamond structure of Berkhamsted School enables girls to flourish academically in a single-sex classroom environment while at the same time allowing them to experience numerous co-educational activities, events and trips.

At Berkhamsted your daughter will be encouraged to become actively involved in our wide-ranging extra-curricular programme as we believe it is the skills and abilities they develop outside the classroom that enhance the academic qualifications they achieve.

All girls from Years 7 to 11 are taught on Kings Campus and belong to one of the seven vertically structured Houses. The Heads of Houses and their tutor teams support and monitor the girls’ progress through the School, working with them, their teachers and parents. We believe a strong pastoral system is key to enabling the girls to fulfil their academic potential and it supports them through the challenges they face as they progress through their teenage years.

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Your daughter will be encouraged to be ambitious, secure in the knowledge that she has the skills, ability, talent and support to achieve anything she sets her mind to – as William Butler Yeats said ‘education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire’. Girls are encouraged to set targets that are realistic and achievable and work towards them with energy and determination. Our aim is to prepare our pupils for life beyond school by nurturing their talents and self-esteem so they become proactive, confident, caring and resilient young women.

This website will give you some insights into life at Berkhamsted Girls, but the best way to gain a better understanding would be to visit King Campus. We look forward to welcoming you and your daughter.

Liz Richardson BA

Headteacher of Berkhamsted Girls

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Berkhamsted School life is driven by our community held values. All of our values and aims are shared by the Berkhamsted family of schools.

  • Aim high with integrity
  • Be adventurous
  • Serve others

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Berkhamsted Girls · May 25

After a lovely meal it is time to enjoy an evening sunset. Normandy trip 2010 https://t.co/efGRYaTfQQ

Berkhamsted Girls · May 25

A bit windy but nevertheless happy to be closer to our destination! https://t.co/jh2DaLJaKF

Berkhamsted Girls · May 25

History trip on the way to Normandy to see the D-Day Landing sites https://t.co/JtOAfUUsKb

Berkhamsted Girls · May 7

New Stede walked the equivalent of climbing Everest in aid of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Well done to all involved! https://t.co/78pxEZusln

Berkhamsted CCF · Apr 9

At it’s core the CCF is about developing leadership. Last night on camp we explored ‘what makes a good leader?’ https://t.co/6xWmYAkGkb

Berkhamsted School · Apr 5

The Senior Citizens Tea Party was great fun for both our pupils and guests. https://t.co/aeEXaO2p9w

Berkhamsted Girls · Apr 4

The annual Egg and Spoon race this morning! Won by Old Stede! https://t.co/QNekn5n2RJ

Berkhamsted Girls · Apr 2

Old Stede’s Easter Egg hunt to raise money for Action Aid has just started at Kings. https://t.co/aKKOiPG6xa

Berkhamsted School · Mar 17

Some of the team with their impressively engineered entry for @Talent_2030 #STEM #teamberko https://t.co/jqf6QWrSBP

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