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Parliament Hill School got awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted

  Parli Students


 Headteacher's Ofsted Letter to Parents

In the press: Camden New Journal


The inspection took place in May 2024 and in July we received the Ofsted report, which recognised the school as an outstanding place for pupils to study by providing outstanding quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development and, leadership and management.

Full report

Summer holiday and activities. Keeping your child safe.

Please read the information provided - advice and tips on summer activities in the area and keeping your child safe. Click on the slide below.


Parliament Hill Fields, Hampstead Heath, is running a half-price Tennis Camp over the School Summer holiday. websites are below.

Sports Day 2024, Wed 10th July

for years 7, 8 and 9

Sports Day 2024 will take place at Parliament Hill Track. Students are to arrive at school in their PHS PE kits and accessorise themselves in their house colours! Students will arrive at school for 8:40am registration as usual. The event will finish at 1pm. Students will return to school for lunch and more sports day activities. There will be an early closure with students being dismissed from the school site at 2:45pm






Guided Tour of Parliament Hill School Grounds 

Friday 21st June 4pm

Friday 21st June 5pm


Join Growing Green and the Gardening Club for a tour of Parli's green spaces. Wander through the big orchard, pick a flower from our Cut Flower Garden, marvel at the wildflower meadow and stroll through the back fields to the pond and mini forest.

This tour is aimed at parents, school staff and the wider community to showcase what can be done to make school grounds more biodiverse and a better space for students to enjoy and learn.

Meet us at the main gate that leads to the reception (please be on time, once the gates are closed, we can't let you in anymore).

LOCATION: Parliament Hill School, NW5 1RL




Eid Party

Tuesday 30th April, 3:30 - 5:30pm, Morant Hall

Join us to celebrate the event. All families are welcome and pupils must be accompanied by a parent or carer. Please bring food and dress for the occasion.

We look forward to seeing you!

Download the poster


Music lessons in schools

Summer term lessons start week beginning Monday 22 April 2024

Apply now


Parent Effective Revision Strategies

On Monday 29th January, parents of students in Year 11 attended a Parent Effective Revision Strategies Evening with Mr Mullen and Ms Goldstein. The event was well attended and the Morant hall was full. During the evening parents received valuable information about effective revision strategies that have been guided by the research. Parents started the evening by ranking Dunlosky’s list of revision strategies in order of effectiveness.

You can access the full article here

And the slides from the evening here


Camden Clean Air Initiative at The Roundhouse
On the 21st of November, Martha, Minnie and Lily had the honour of attending an awards ceremony at The Roundhouse, hosted by the Camden Clean Air Initiative. They were invited to receive a prestigious Camden Eco Champion Award on behalf of the KS3 Climate Action Group. The ceremony was truly inspiring, and it resulted in Parliament Hill’s KS3 Climate Action Group winning the second-place prize in the Super Schools category out of 75 entries. The prize awarded to us is a biodiversity project pond, which will be created on the school grounds in the coming months.

Beyond the recognition we received, we were captivated by the inspirational stories shared by individuals, schools, and groups across Camden, all dedicated to safeguarding our planet. Consequently, the Climate Action Group is brimming with ideas to further support our planet and community.

The Camden Eco Champion Awards have been established to acknowledge and applaud the exceptional efforts of our borough’s residents who go the extra mile in preserving our environment. The purpose of this competition is to spotlight those who are steadfastly committed to driving positive change and to underscore that every initiative, regardless of its scale, deserves recognition and celebration.

Below is a summarised account of some of the initiatives that earned us our nomination and spot on the shortlist:
• We meticulously researched the reasons behind inadequate recycling in our school and subsequently launched a campaign to ensure recycling bags were readily available in all classrooms and offices.
• We efficiently coordinated the collection and cleaning of whiteboard erasers to reduce waste and unnecessary purchases.
• We initiated compelling advertising campaigns aimed at persuading both staff and students to switch off lights when not in use.
• We prepared informative assemblies and reached out to local schools, encouraging them to establish their own climate action groups.
• We collaborated with the Food Tech department to encourage students to bring reusable containers, rather than resorting to disposable packaging.
• We organised a litter pick following our sports day.
• We devised a competition to motivate students to take initiative in their homes and communities during the summer holidays.
Our most ambitious project currently in progress involves planning a garden area complete with beehives. If your daughter is eager to join us in this endeavour or have other innovative ideas for initiatives, we’re always looking for new members.

Please feel free to attend our meetings on
• Wednesday Week A at 12:15 in K07 or Thursday Week B at 12:15 in K09.
• KS4 Monday Week B K09 1:15.
Your participation and creativity are highly valued as we continue our journey towards a greener and more sustainable future.
The KS3 Climate Action Group

Brie Ward
Geography Team Leader & Climate Action Group Coordinator


Arkwright Engineering Scholarship 2023

Congratulations to both Maisy & Carmen, Year 12, for being awarded the prestigious Arkwright Engineering Scholarship 2023. We are extremely proud of their achievement and where this will take them. They both have very bright futures ahead of them.


research ed conference 2022 website page.pdf


First Give Press Cutting

Camden New Journal Press Cutting GCSE Results Day 2022

 Ham & High Press Cutting GCSE Results Day 2022

 Ham & High 2 Press Cutting Results Day 2022

Ham & High 3 Press Cutting GCSE Day 2022