St Helen's College
ST. HELEN'S COLLEGE is a family-run, co-educational, IAPS school for boys and girls aged 3 to 11 in Hillingdon, Middlesex, with a 2+ Kindergarten. It has a well-deserved reputation for academic and co-curricular excellence and was rated OUTSTANDING or EXCELLENT in all twelve categories in its latest ISI inspection report.
St. Helen’s College is a family-run, independent school for boys and girls aged 3 to 11 years, with a well-deserved reputation for affordable academic excellence. Most St. Helen's College children win places at their first-choice schools and ex-pupils are currently studying at all of the local Senior Independent Schools and many of the Buckinghamshire and Berkshire Grammar Schools. The most recent ISI inspection report rated the school OUTSTANDING or EXCELLENT in every one of the twelve areas assessed. The school's aims are as follows: To nurture a love of learning and to develop fully every child's academic potential. To encourage all children to develop their talents and interests by participating in the widest range of challenging activities. To instil traditional Christian values and to nurture strength of character, so that children will be ready to face, with integrity and confidence, the many challenges of adult life. St. Helen’s College has a remarkable team of caring and dedicated teachers who inspire pupils to become life-long learners. A comprehensive programme of lunchtime, after school and weekend activities is offered, which includes dance, drama, music, a wide variety of clubs and a huge selection of sports. Children achieve excellent standards in these areas and grow into well-rounded, confident young people during their time at the school. The school's values are its strength: harmony, spirituality and growth are at the heart of the St. Helen's College ethos. The school's setting – on the edge of Court Park in a quiet corner of Hillingdon – is beautiful and very fitting for young children. Parents are active supporters of the school and many social events are run over the course of the year.