Our personalised and bespoke curriculum equips girls with the valuable skills they need for a happy and successful life.
A personalised curriculum brings success
Girls choose from a range of subjects at A Level. We challenge them to play to their strengths and to really excel at what they love. We tailor the curriculum to achieve this, and with our small class sizes and expert staff, we know exactly how to set each and every girl up for an extraordinary future.
A level choices
We offer a wide range of A Level courses and if you click on the subject links below they will open a curriculum guide for more information on that subject. Within each guide there is a video link from the Head of that department who will tell you a little bit more.
Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Computer Science, Drama and Theatre Studies, Economics, English Language, English Literature, Combined English Language and Literature, French, Geography, German, Government and Politics, History, Latin, Mathematics and Further Mathematics, Music, Physics, Physical Education, Psychology, Philosophy, Religion and Ethics, Spanish, 3-D Design and Textiles.
We also offer a range Academic Enrichment courses and extra curricular clubs to enable girls to continue to learn outside of their A Level choices.
It’s not easy to learn a language, but once you master it, it’s really powerful.Laura Blasco, Spanish Teacher
Vital learning methods
Our small class sizes offer plenty of opportunities for discussion, interaction and enquiry, allowing our girls to excel. These learning methods are vital to girls. They learn best when they discuss, collaborate and explore a topic deeply. Their intellectual curiosity is inspired even further through our Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), where they study a subject of their choice in depth to challenge the way they think, broaden their horizons and boost their confidence. This approach provides an invaluable foundation for study beyond the Sixth Form and is greatly prized by universities and the working world beyond.
I’m glad I stayed at NGHS for Sixth Form.
It has provided me with opportunities not available to students from other schools, giving me the ability to stand out as a student.