'An environment where pupils and staff are valued and supported as individuals and where their rights and dignity are maintained.'
Blackheath High School (which opened in 1880) is a selective, independent day school for girls aged 3-18.
Are you looking for a girls' school in London? Search here for independent girls' only schools in central London.
You will find all girls' schools in London listed at the bottom of this page. Use the filters below to narrow your search: you can select day or boarding schools, prep schools, senior schools or sixth forms. You can find and compare the nearest girls' schools to you with our postcode search.
Click on a school's name for more information. Those schools with full profiles appear at the top of the listings in highlighted panels. Some schools provide links to their social media and you can also watch school videos.
Many girls' schools are members of the Girls' Schools Association, which is a good source of initial advice and information.
We also have a number of articles on independent education for girls, and you may find this one particularly useful:
'Should you send your daughter to a girls' school? How single-sex schools are tackling gender imbalance', by Charlotte Avery, 2017 president of the Girls' Schools Association.
These search results are from www.schoolsearch.co.uk, the online guide to independent schools in the UK, in partnership with John Catt's Which School? guidebook, first published in 1924, Which London School? & the South-East and John Catt's Preparatory Schools. We hope you find the perfect school for your child!
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