On Friday 24th February Highfield were pleased to host an inaugural hockey festival at Braywick Sports Ground. Year 2 pupils from Burchetts Green School joined girls from Year 6 for an afternoon of fun and sporting experience for all. The afternoon included a basic skills training session, provided by our Head of P.E, and England
Highfield Preparatory School is excited to announce a record success rate for the Year 6 girls moving onto secondary schools. Highfield, the only all-girls primary school located in the heart of Maidenhead, prides itself on supporting the girls so that they go on to succeed in a secondary school that is best-suited to their needs
While Donald Trump was being sworn in as President of the United States of America last Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May was giving an assembly to school children and opening their new Eco Garden. Theresa May spoke to pupils at Highfield Preparatory School in West Road, Maidenhead, about her role and then answered questions from
Years 5 and Year 6 went down to Nicholson’s Walk in Maidenhead on Monday to sing Carols to raise money for our charity of the term Macmillan Cancer Support. The girls sang a variety of songs including Jingle Bells, Mary had a baby, Rockin Around the Christmas Tree, Ruldof the Red Nose Reindeer and of
Eli heard some wonderful news this week when, following an audition in London in front of a panel of judges about a month ago, she was offered a place in the National Children’s Orchestra. This is a very special achievement; places are awarded to children who show musical talent and potential. Eli, who will be
Arti in Year 6 has been playing chess for a few years and is an active member of Maidenhead Chess Club. She also forms part of the Under 11 Berkshire Girls squad. Last Saturday Arti represented the Maidenhead team squad against Barnet, Bucks and Hertfordshire and won all 3 of her matches. Maidenhead came 1st.