Welcome ToNonsuch High School for Girls
Nonsuch High School for Girls is a grammar school for 1220 girls aged between 11 and 19 years. Opened in May 1938 and standing in 22 acres of beautiful grounds on the edge of Nonsuch Park, we aim to provide a caring, happy and stimulating environment in which pupils may attain the highest levels of academic and personal achievement which their abilities will allow.
On entry, all pupils follow the national curriculum including two foreign languages (German, French, Latin or Spanish). The range of subjects taken for GCSE is broadened by the opportunity to continue with a second language, to study the separate sciences and to choose an appropriate Technology course. Initially, pupils are taught in forms, with smaller groups for practical subjects. Later, setting allows for the different rates of progress of individual pupils.
Our KS3 badminton team have made it through to the national finalsRead more
11 Nonsuch students from years 10 to 13 were part of the winning team at the UK finals of the space design competition held at Imperial...Read more
Year 9 Nonsuch student Martha is to perform at the Globe Theatre in April.Read more
A highlight of the recent Science Week was "Science club for teachers" run by a group of our year 12 science students.Read more
On Thursday 27th March, over 300 girls took part in the biannual Sport Relief Mile to raise money for charity.Read more
77 Year 12 Biology students visited Wakehurst Place to carry out fieldwork and view the Millenium seedbank.Read more
53 Year 10 students went to Belgium to explore the First World War battlefields of the Ypres Salient.Read more
World Tennis Day, an international event that celebrates tennis, occurred on 3rd March this year and was held at Earls Court.Read more