Highbury Fields School

Islington, United Kingdom

Location: Islington, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Community
Gender: Girls
Age range: 11 - 19 years

About Highbury Fields School

Highbury Fields School is an Outstanding school. Highbury Fields' students are highly aspirational and have positive attitudes to their learning and attainment. These qualities, in combination with the school's strong emphasis on academic progress, have led to impressive examination results at GCSE and A level. Students also excel in Sports, Music, and the Arts and develop as well rounded and confident young women. At Highbury Fields School every student is challenged and supported to achieve her very best.

We aim high, with the highest aspirations for students. Students work hard and are exceptionally well focused in their learning. The school’s highly supportive environment enables students to flourish and make excellent progress. Examination results have improved rapidly and are set to continue to improve even further because students and staff strive for excellence.                                   

Our climate of high expectations and aspirations complements the nurturing and respectful ethos of the school. Strong relationships between students and staff are valued features of the school. 

'' The Headteacher and senior team have created a culture where staff and pupils are encouraged to excel. Consequently pupils willing to work with their teachers and progress outcomes are outstanding'' 

Ofsted November 2016 

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Address: Highbury Hill, London, N5 1AR, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 2072881888
What people say about us

The Headteacher and senior team have created a culture where staff and pupils are encouraged to excel. Consequently, pupils willingly work with their teachers, and their progress and outcomes are outstanding.

- Ofsted, October 2016

High Expectations - High Achievement - Respect for Learning


The high levels of tolerance and respect that the students show staff and each other are an exemplary feature of the school.

- Ofsted, January 2012