Unique characteristics: Hayesfield provides an inspirational environment in which girls flourish. Here, all girls experience a strong sense of belonging, enjoy freedom from stereotyping and grow limitless aspirations.
The curriculum: Students achieve exceptional outcomes by studying a traditionally academic curriculum. The vast majority of girls study a language to GCSE and results in the Basics (English and Maths) and English Baccalaureate are always well above national expectations.
Extra curricular activities: All students participate in the school’s “LEAP” after-school enrichment programme. There is something for everyone – debating, drama, wind band, choirs, Duke of Edinburgh (Bronze, Silver and Gold) as well as a huge range of both competitive and social sports teams. Hayesfield is also very proud of its thriving Navy CCF contingent, which is active and prominent in school life.
Pastoral care: There is a strong belief in traditional values at Hayesfield: the school sets high standards of work, conduct and appearance. Emphasis is placed on developing the skills and values that will enable pupils to become thinking, informed and confident young women who will be able to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. Each tutor group belongs to a House, each named after an inspirational woman, which allows students to form friendships across the school community.