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.
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.
'Ecstatic’, ‘delighted’, ‘relieved’ and ‘proud’ were the key adjectives being used at the leading independent girls’ school where the students’ A-level results revealed an outstanding 100% pass rate and a higher number of A* grades than ever before!
Dramatically surpassing the national average, over 75% of Northwood College grades were A*-B and over 90% were A*-C.
42% of Northwood College pupils achieved at least two A*-A grades and 22% received three or more!
Headmistress, Jacqualyn Pain, commented: “I am absolutely...
News & Events
September 4 is the first day of school for all Years apart from years 7 and 12.
Please see the following instructions for where to go on the first day of term:
All girls going into Reception should arrive between 8.15-8.30am and go straight to Bluebelle House.
Northwood College girls moving into Years 1-2 should meet in the Vincent House playground between 8.15-8.30am.
Northwood College girls moving into Years 3-6 should meet in the Junior School playground between 8.15-8.30am.
Heathfield girls and new...