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. 


Congratulations to our Year 11 for an oustanding set of GCSE results!

With throats still hoarse from the cheers that marked last week’s excellent A Level results, our girls, staff and parents were celebrating once again this morning with almost 70% of GCSE results achieving A*or A grades!

Headmistress, Miss Jacqualyn Pain, comments: “I am so proud of each and every one of our brilliant girls and teachers. A clear testament to the phenomenal hard work and commitment that is demonstrated year after year, these excellent results reveal that almost 90% of our girls’ grades were A* - B!

I am delighted to report that over 30% of our girls achieved straight A’s, nearly one half gained eight or more A* - A grades and almost...

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Northwood College for Girls receive the Wings of Hope Achievement Award 2014-15

On Friday 10 July, the Wings of Hope Achievement Award (WOHAA) 2014-15 Final Awards Ceremony took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in London. The prestigious annual event attracted around 300 guests including teachers, parents and students from WOHAA past and present.

The evening was co-hosted by acclaimed presenter and journalist Nadira Tudor and young businesswoman, Smruti. Co-Founders Rajni and Dr Sri Ram gave inspirational speeches about the Wings of Hope’s vision as it enters its tenth year.

Over 25,000 students...

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