Developing remarkable people

Girls’ independent day and boarding school for pupils aged 11-16. Enabling girls to flourish academically in a single-sex classroom environment while allowing them to experience numerous co-educational activities, events and trips.
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Welcome

Berkhamsted Girls provides a nurturing, forward-thinking environment in which our students flourish both inside and outside the classroom.

Emma Watson

Headteacher of Berkhamsted Girls

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About Us

Academic

At Berkhamsted Girls we encourage our girls to be adventurous, innovative and confident in their academic studies, empowering them to aim high with integrity – both academically and personally.

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Co-curricular

At Berkhamsted Girls we encourage every pupil to be academically adventurous and ambitious, secure in the knowledge that she has the skills, ability, talent and support to achieve anything she sets her mind to.

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Boarding

Boarding at Berkhamsted offers both the experience of being part of a friendly, close-knit school community and access to outstanding facilities and resources.

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News

Chinese New Year at Berkhamsted

Chinese New Year at Berkhamsted

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National Youth Orchestra Success

National Youth Orchestra Success

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Behind the Scenes at Little Shop of Horrors

Behind the Scenes at Little Shop of Horrors

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Year 8 rise to the Faraday Challenge

Year 8 rise to the Faraday Challenge

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Humanutopia

Humanutopia

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The Barest of Margins: School Mock Election a closely fought contest

The Barest of Margins: School Mock Election a closely fought contest

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Adventure, Excitement, Inspiration: Languages Conference 2022

Adventure, Excitement, Inspiration: Languages Conference 2022

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    Ambitious go-getters who are always looking for ways to make themselves stand out from the crowd, and want to get the absolute utmost from the education and opportunities available to them.

    Pupils show pronounced and highly effective study skills, appropriate to their age. Strong research skills are evident in many examples of project work, and older pupils, in particular, show excellent ability to assimilate and analyse a wide range of sources.

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