St. Helen’s College operates a broad and challenging curriculum, which embraces and extends beyond the National Curriculum, providing opportunities for children to excel in many areas.
Younger children are taught mostly by their form teachers, although specialist teaching begins in the Nursery and Reception for Music, Drama, Philosophy and Spanish.
As the children move up through the school the amount of specialist teaching increases.
'All of the lessons here are fun. From letting my imagination go wild in English to breath-taking experiments in science!' - A Year 6 pupil
'The pace at which my child has progressed has been phenomenal. She has not been pushed by gently encouraged.' - A parent
The subjects studied are:
A great deal of cross-curricular work and activities take place, for example through our residential trips and themed weeks.
The Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 form teachers publish notes weekly detailing topics to be studied during the following week.
Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 form teachers publish notes on the areas which will be studied by each class at the beginning of each half term period.
Weekly guides and curriculum notes are posted into each year group's class blog in the Current Parents section of this website.
St. Helen's College Limited: a Private Limited Company
Registered office: Parkway, Hillingdon, Middlesex, UB10 9JX
Registered in England, Company Number: 02607729
Lower School: 01895 272967
Upper School: 01895 234371
Proprietors and Principals:
Dominic Crehan & Jill Crehan
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