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Mill Hill

Mill Hill School was founded in 1807, when its founders wisely chose its location on the top of a hillside for its fresh air, safety and natural beauty. Mill Hill’s family of schools offer co-education from ages 3-18.

We deliver a rounded education for all pupils, whatever their individual strengths and talents. We are an academically aspirational environment, where learning happens at pace, but that is only part of what we offer. The co-curriculum at Mill Hill is unrivalled in terms of breadth and excellence, and it is this, in addition to great results, that allows Millhillians to thrive in their adult lives.

Vision Statement

Equipping pupils for life now and in the future

Mission Statement
We develop thoughtful, motivated and responsible young people with a global outlook. Our pupils are excited by the challenge of learning; we help them to thrive and find their own path to happiness and success through the range of opportunities presented by the Mill Hill Education Group.
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Instilling values, inspiring minds

Group Aims

1. To provide excellence in education
This is achieved by:
* Providing an optimum environment in which outstanding learning can take place
* Maintaining a forward looking curriculum which establishes strengths in the core subjects but is also broad and flexible enough to adapt to the demands of the 21st Century
* Equipping pupils with the critical thinking tools and habits of mind that enable them to thrive in the modern, global environment
* Creating a culture across the Group that embraces the importance of staff development and wellbeing to support the recruitment and retention of the best staff

2. To bring out the best in every individual child, building resilience and preparation for future life
This is achieved by:
* Ensuring that Safeguarding is at the heart of all that our schools do
* Providing a range of opportunities that foster the development of skills and attributes like confidence, compassion, collaboration, creativity, curiosity, flexibility, leadership and communication
* Supporting the development of cultural capital that will enhance pupils’ enjoyment of life, now and in the future
* Having high expectations of all pupils and a belief that everyone can achieve and succeed

3. To develop moral integrity and the confidence in pupils to be themselves
This is achieved by:
* Respecting and celebrating our diversity whilst being united in our shared values and traditions.
* Encouraging independence of thinking and the responsible articulation of beliefs
* Encouraging pupils to be self-aware, to value their individuality and the needs of others.
* Motivating pupils to recognise their place in the world and their responsibilities to the wider world

4. To build a sense of community and environmental awareness
This is achieved by:
* Working in close partnership with parents, alumni and the local community
* Encouraging compassion and social responsibility in pupils
* Engaging our pupils in environmentally-conscious attitudes and an appreciation of the natural world
* Creating a sense of family and belonging through shared experiences and events across the Group

5. To ensure the future sustainability of the Group for the next generation
This is achieved by:
* Managing our organisation in a responsible manner that mitigates potential risks and fosters effective oversight by Governors and the Executive
* Ensuring legal and regulatory compliance and the good standing of the Foundation
* To ensure that the Group’s finances are organised in a way that supports a viable plan of future investment
* Develop environmental sustainability as a core value of decisions, so the Group is prepared for, and plays its part in addressing, climate change

13+ Assesses

1. (Online) English, Mathematics, Non-Verbal Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning 
2.Creative Comprehension

Admissions contact

020 8906 7923,

Boys / Co-Ed / Girls

Co-Ed Day or Boarding

Age range

13-18 years

Type of exam

13+ and 14+ Online ATOM
16+ requires two 7 and three 6 grades at GCSE

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