Secondary school can be exciting and daunting in equal measure. At Pinner High School, the excitement is a tangible part of school life.
You’ll be joining a school that has the highest expectations of students and staff, delivering a broad and balanced curriculum in a calm and disciplined environment. This curriculum is designed to excite and stretch all students, so that everyone can reach their potential. The individual pastoral care at Pinner High School will allow every student to excel in their own areas of strength. Extra-curricular activities are at the heart of the school, enriching students’ education, preparing students to have the skills and knowledge to progress successfully from school. Last year every student visited HOAC (the Hillingdon Outdoor Activity Centre) the Globe theatre, the Science museum, and the British Library.
I've been really fortunate to receive over 600 applications from people hoping to work at Pinner High School. Teachers are keen to work here, and that has led to a productive, positive and exciting atmosphere throughout the school. We've already won lots of awards for the school, and students last year rated the school as 'Outstanding' in every category, as did parents and staff. We are delighted to be featured in the Parliamentary Review 2017, showcasing best practice in education nationwide.
The chance to join a small, growing school is a unique one. The School Government will make decisions about the development and growth of the school. The first students at Pinner High School named the school Houses themselves. The first members of the sports teams were involved in their kit design. Exciting times are ahead!
As a small school, I can teach everyone in year 7 by taking different classes for half a term each. This personal touch is a key part of our ethos, that sits alongside the Pinner High School Values.
I'd love to show you round the school. We've had such interest in the school that we have put on extra tours and open events, so I hope to meet you soon.