Combining academic excellence with strong pastoral support and a focus on moral development we inspire, challenge and support each individual girl.

The education of girls lies at the heart of our vision. Academic rigour and excellent exam preparation are a given - girls deserve the opportunity to grow as individuals, assume leadership roles, develop lasting friendships, take risks and excel in an environment that caters for their needs.

As one of the 26 schools of the Girls’ Day School Trust, we are part of a network that puts girls first in every way.

Great girls’ schools do not reinforce stereotypes - they give girls the confidence to challenge and subvert them.

Good schools help their pupils to achieve the best possible grades and win places at their chosen universities. Outstanding schools do much more than this – through deep learning, enrichment and extension programmes - they equip their students with the skills required to go on to achieve outstanding careers and rewarding lives. 


Bluebelles' Open Morning - Tuesday 9 June

Our Bluebelles open events provide an opportunity to meet the Junior School Head Mistress and tour Bluebelles Nursery and Reception.

You will see our purpose built early learning environment where the girls work and play; visit the Sports Complex and Performing Arts Centre; chat to the Head of Early Learning and Development, teachers and girls.

The events start at 9.30am and finish at 11am

Please call 01923 825446 for more information and to book your place

News & Events

We Love Learning!

 What makes Northwood College for Girls different? On Tuesday 13 January we were delighted to welcome a number of Junior School parents to our ‘Love Learning’ event. This popular evening gave us a chance not only to give parents lots of tips to encourage their daughter’s learningbut also to explain how we are different from other schools.

At Northwood we not only support our girls in their core learning but also develop their intellectual character and thinking habits too, as part of a ‘hidden’ curriculum....

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