St Hildas School

Academic Results

We are incredibly proud of the class of 2016-17 for their outstanding 11+ results...

This year, St Hilda's Form 6 performed exceptionally well in their 11+ exams. They are still making their decisions and we look forward to sharing their destinations in due course. 

Please see a news article celebrating their success here: http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/15158089.Pupils_awarded_seven_scholarships_after_11_plus_exams/

Scholarships have been offered to Mia Mortensen (Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls Academic Scholarship, Royal Masonic School Academic Scholarship), Remi Parmar (Royal Masonic School All Rounder Scholarship), Isra Salahuddin (St Margaret’s School Art Scholarship), Faith Victoria (St Margaret’s School Drama Scholarship), and Amber Yebovi (Aldenham School Music Scholarship, St Margaret’s School Art Scholarship). In addition to these, Katie Lemon has been selected for the elite Sporting Excellence Programme at Harefield Academy.

36 per cent of pupils who applied to schools in the independent sector received scholarships.

We would like to congratulate the class of 2015-16 on their excellent 11+ results...

Last year, 100% of girls leaving were offered a place at their first choice school, with 20% being offered a scholarship. One girl in particular was offered seven scholarships to the six schools to which she applied!

Please see details below of the schools to which our girls applied and were offered a place.

School 

Applied 

Offered

Aldenham

3

3

City of London

1

1

Haberdashers'

4

3

London Grammar

1

1

North London Collegiate

5

5

Northwood College

2

2

Royal Masonic 

9

9

St Albans High School

8

8

St Helen's 

9

7

St Margaret's 

9

9

Sylvia Young 

1

1

Watford Grammar for Girls (maintained)

3

3

Pupils were also offered places at the following maintained schools: Bentley Wood, Bushey Meads, Clement Danes, Edgbaston, Nower Hill, Pinner High, Queens, Rickmansworth, STAGS, Queens.

Congratulations to the following pupils who were awarded scholarships:

Pardis Ajala

City of London

Drama

ditto

City of London

Music 

ditto

Haberdashers'

Music

ditto

North London Collegiate 

Music

ditto

Royal Masonic

Music

ditto

St Albans

Music

ditto

St Helen's

Music

Aanshi Lal

Royal Masonic 

Art 

Marisa Winward

Royal Masonic 

All Rounder 

Over the last seven years, pupils have also gained the following scholarships:

School

Scholarship

Awards

Abbot's Hill

Academic 

2

Aldenham

Academic

1

Aldenham

Design Technology

1

Aldenham

Music 

2

Belmont

Academic

1

Berkhamsted

Sport

1

Cheltenham Ladies 

Music

1

Haberdashers' Aske's

Academic

1

Mill Hill

Academic

1

Immanuel

Academic

1

North London Collegiate

Music

1

Northwood College

Art

3

Northwood College

Music

2

St Helen's

Academic

4

St Helen's

Art

2

St Helen's

Music

2

St Helen's

Sport

1

St Catherine's

Academic

1

St Margaret's

Academic

1

St Margaret's

Art

3

St Margaret's

Drama

1

St Margaret's

Music

2

Royal Masonic

All Rounder

2

Royal Masonic

Academic

1

​Royal Masonic

Performing Arts 

1

Key Stage Two SATs

Once again, St Hilda's girls have performed well above the national average. To read the press release,

click here.

Sunday Times Top 100 Prep Schools

St Hilda’s has been ranked 68th in the prestigious Sunday Times Top 100 Independent Preparatory Schools league tables, published every November. With only one other Hertfordshire school on the list – a boys’ school – it means that St Hilda’s is the only girls’ school in Hertfordshire to be selected. 

Sunday Times’s education journalists sift through a wealth of academic results to identify how well each schools stretches and challenges their brightest children, by including those schools which demonstrate the greatest proportion of 11 year olds achieving Level 5 SATs.

Unfortunately the information is only available through a pay-wall, but for those with Sunday Times membership (or those who wish to take advantage of the current 30 day free trial offer)

please click here.

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