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Putney High School

35 Putney Hill
London
SW15 6BH
+44 (0)20 8788 4886

Head: Mrs Suzie Longstaff

Chair of Governors: Mrs C Boardman

Putney High School is one of the UK’s leading schools, with a reputation for providing the challenge of a rich and inspiring education for bright girls aged 4 – 18.

The school’s ethos is one of putting girls first, with academic excellence, wellbeing and opportunity at its heart. It achieves this by:

  • Creating a warm and supportive community
  • Nurturing a love of learning
  • Promoting a can-do culture, where girls have fun and can take risks, secure in the knowledge they are supported
  • Inspiring a sense of ambition and adventure
  • Providing a creative, innovative environment, where pupils are encouraged to take pleasure in discovery, for example, through a Writer in Residence scheme. All girls have their own iPads from Year 4 upwards.
As important to the school as academic excellence is the wellbeing of its community
Putney High School

As important to the school as academic excellence is the wellbeing of its community. Everyone respects one another and recognises all girls are individuals, each making her own positive and valuable contribution.

This is underpinned by fabulous opportunities within Art, Design, Drama, Music and Sport as part of a vibrant co-curriculum programme. New for 2015 is a Performing Arts Centre and a GDST boathouse on the Putney embankment. 

Key information

National awards

The Good Schools Guide logo

A*/A A Level percentage

Fees 2017/18

More fees information
YearTermly feeExtras included
Senior School£6,064Includes games, many lunchtime and after-school activities; stationery; text books and scientific materials; all public examinations and other standardised tests, including pupil career testing; ISCO careers’ advice; membership of the GDST Alumnae Network for Sixth Form leavers.
Junior School£5,017Includes games, many lunchtime and after-school activities; stationery; text books and scientific materials; all public examinations and other standardised tests.