Expert, passionate and committed, our team is dedicated to inspiring young minds
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The whole NGHS team is focused on providing the very best education for our girls. They inspire girls through stimulating lessons, vibrant activities, creative resources and a continual focus on our RECIPE for success – resilience, empathy, creativity, initiative, positivity and excellence.
Our teaching techniques are at the cutting edge of modern teaching methods. Working with our sister schools in the Girls’ Day School Trust, we are continually sharing best practice and ensuring our girls receive the most effective lessons and experiences possible.
As well as being focused on excellence, our staff are also exceptionally warm. We know that a happy girl is a successful girl. That’s why every single person in NGHS embraces the ethos of caring for each other, supporting our school community and enjoying being part of the NGHS family.
Head, Laura Fowler, leads our Nursery, Infant and Junior School with warmth, energy and expertise, and here she explains how proud she is of her exceptional team of staff.
We are passionate about our girls’ learning
“I could not ask for a more driven, engaged or expert group of staff than my team here at NGHS. Each and every teacher is passionate about their girls’ learning. There really is something special going on at this school, you feel it as you walk through the corridors, as you listen to the music that’s always playing, as you watch the teachers inspiring the girls with their creativity and sense of fun.”
Our girls are curious, our girls are balanced. There are no gender stereotypes.Debbie Baker, Academic Lead, Infant and Junior School
“The teachers expect great things from the girls here, and they’re thrilled to share their successes and achievements every day. The positivity, passion and happiness each and every girl displays, due to the inspirational example set by their teachers, is palpable; it’s no wonder they go on to achieve such extraordinary success through their school life and beyond.”
It’s really important that our girls develop academically and with certain characteristics for the future.Laura Fowler, Head of Infant and Junior School