St Mary’s School Hampstead provides an outstanding and inspirational Catholic education to girls from 2-11 years.
The School aims to instil four key habits of learning in their pupils. The children are encouraged to be risk takers, not only in their play, but also in their learning. They are also taught to be resilient and not to fall at the first hurdle. Staff ask the children to make mistakes because in the process of challenging themselves, they make more academic progress and in turn excel not only in the classroom, but in their own self confidence. The girls at St Mary’s School are respectful, not just of each other, but of themselves. Finally, pupils are encouraged to be reflective, on their faith, their behaviour and their academic work.
Computer Science and digital literacy skills are integrated superbly within the classroom. Technology is used to support and enhance all curriculum areas and learning every day from Nursery to Year 6. Music, drama, art and sports are also an essential part of school life and involve everyone. Children demonstrate great enthusiasm and build valuable and social skills that last a lifetime.
St Mary’s School is an unexpected oasis amidst the bustle and activity of Hampstead. The outdoor space is extensive, and the leafy playground makes it easy to forget you are in London. The children in Nursery have their own dedicated garden, aptly named ‘The Secret Garden’, where they can dig in the mud, play at the water tables, dress up and spend time in the sensory room.
Leavers achieve impressive results, gaining offers and Academic Scholarships from the best schools in the country, including Channing School, City of London School for Girls, Francis Holland School, Highgate School, North London Collegiate, South Hampstead High School and St Paul’s Girls’ School.
If you would like to come and see this remarkable school in action, please visit: www.stmh.co.uk or call: 020 7435 1868.