Welcome from Ms Berry, Headteacher
Highbury Fields School is a small 11-18 Girls’ School which is unique. At Highbury Fields every child is truly known and recognised as an individual. Ours is a culturally rich environment within which every girl succeeds.
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2013 HFS students achieve another set of excellent exam results
Highbury Fields School has produced another impressive set of A Level and GCSE examination results. Yet again there has been a superb 100% pass rate at A Level while the GCSE results saw 68% of students achieving 5 grades at A* to C including English and Maths.
The school is particularly proud that 85% of students gained grade A*-C in GCSE English of which 42 students achieved A* or A.
In the top 10%
I am delighted to report that Highbury Fields School in now ranked in the top 10% of schools in the country! Each year the Department of Education report on and compare the attainment and progress of students in all secondary schools in the country. We already knew that our students had attained very highly in the 2012 GCSE examinations. We now know that our students' progress between Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 was amongst the best in England. Well done to all students and staff and to our supportive school community.
Mayor of London's Gold Club for Schools
Highbury Fields School is now a member of the exclusive Mayor of London's Gold Club for secondary schools. At an awards ceremony on 22nd November Highbury Fields was awarded Gold Club Membership in recognition of the excellent progress made by all groups of students in our School.
The event was attended by Mayor Boris Johnson, Deputy Mayor Munira Mirza, Secretary of State Michael Gove and Professor Robert Winston. Gold Club membership means that Highbury Fields staff will be asked to present our good practice to other schools in London.
National Literacy Trust
The National Literacy Trust is holding a panel discussion on the importance of women in writing. The panel will be chaired by Abigail Moss, Deputy Director of the National Literacy Trust, and will include Barbara Taylor Bradford, Claire Armitstead from The Guardian, Eleanor Mills, Chair of Women in Journalism and Lynne Drew, Publishing Director at Harper Collins, as well as three Year 12 students from Highbury Fields School. There will be an audience of pupils and the panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session.
Highbury Fields Student Voted Young Mayor at Islington Youth Council Elections on 18th February 2014
Congratulations to Hiba, for her outstanding triumph at the recent youth council elections held on 18th February.
In a fiercely fought contest, Hiba, 16, took the majority vote of her fellow youth, and is now appointed Young Mayor for Islington.
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