Welcome to Abbot’s Hill School
“Girls feel so nurtured and so safe that, by the time they leave at 16, they are confident and ready for the next challenge. A personalised, inclusive approach brings out the best in every individual and leads to exceptional added value. Co-curricular activities and leadership opportunities stretch the most able. Parents and teachers are positive about the new head’s clear vision. Abbot’s Hill is alive, not just with the sound of music, but with laughter and praise too.”
— Good Schools Guide review (read in full)
Abbot’s Hill is a happy and thriving community in which our pupils are encouraged to aim high, to grasp opportunities, enjoy learning and make lasting friendships. We offer an all-round education for girls aged 4-16 years. Our Day Nursery & Pre-School caters for girls and boys from 6 months.
Our historic campus is set in Hertfordshire, offers modern facilities in a magnificent country setting close to Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead and the M25/M1 junctions. We offer a daily School Bus Service for pupils, covering six main routes.
We have a strong record of academic success. Throughout the school, pupils are taught in small classes in which excellent teaching and personalised support ensure that everyone is inspired to exceed their potential.
We pride ourselves on our pastoral care. The sense of being part of an extended family is frequently commented on by pupils, parents and staff alike. In such a nurturing environment, pupils grow naturally in confidence, are happy to embrace new challenges and eagerly take on increasing responsibilities.
In our experience, Abbot’s Hill girls progress seamlessly from one stage of education to the next. They leave the school fully equipped to take on with passion the challenges and opportunities life has to offer.
Abbot’s Hill celebrates all round ‘excellent’ inspection report
We are so pleased that the ISI has recognised what we have long known, that our pupils respond to our vision and values. They grow and flourish as a result. Please take the time to read the full article and report here.
“Pupils enjoy learning, think independently and have energy and passion in their drive for success.”
– Independent Schools Inspectorate, January 2020