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History[ edit ] In February the Devon and Cornwall Girls' School Company was formed, opening a school for girls in Sherwell House, North Hill only a few hundred metres from the school's current locationon 14 September that year.
It was intended that the school should move to other premises and for this purpose a fund had been set up to purchase a suitable site. Land surrounding a detached property known as 'North Hill' was chosen and the first part of these new premises were opened by the bishop of Exeter, Doctor Frederick Temple, on 21 January North Hill house became the home of the headmistress, Miss Kendall.
North Hill house was demolished in for the construction of a new wing. By the s the school was using rooms in the large girlz next door, known as 'The Annexe'.
Plymouth HS Varsity Track and Field (Girls)
In around the school took over the whole building. Plymouth High was once a fee-paying school, at least up until the s. The school's motto is " Non scholae sed vitae discimus ", a quotation from Seneca which translates as 'For life not school we learn', and forms the refrain of the old school song.
The School's crest which features on the uniform is made up of four symbols, which are displayed equally on a shield and include: An owl representing wisdom. A beehive representing a busy and productive community.
An emblem of the school's initials PHS. The coat of Arms of the City of Plymouth sincewhich depicts four towers the old Plymouth Castle in a cross of St Andrew the dedication of the mother church of Plymouth. Present day[ edit ] Catering for pupils from year 7 age 11 up to year 13 age 18 PHSG is a single-sex grammar school from ages 11 to 16 requiring pupils to pass the eleven plus exam in order to gain entry. Post 16 the school is co-ed with an increasing of boys on roll from The school draws its pupils mainly from the city of Plymouth but about a third come from outlying areas of Devon and Cornwall.
The aim of the school is to "promote, achieve and celebrate the highest possible standards in all forms of achievement, throughout the school, and particularly in the specialist subjects: Mathematics, Science, De Technology and Information Communication Technology". The school is also has Training School status. Ms Utton became headmistress in January after the departure of Mrs.
girs Martin, the head teacher from towho in turn was preceded by Mrs Stogall. During the interim periods the school was led by Mr Holden, the deputy head teacher now retired.
The school's 6th Form has been led by Mr Callaghan since April after the retirement of the head of 6th Form, Mrs Caroline Enock, who had taught at the school for 25 years. In Ofsted graded the school as 'Good' with many outstanding features.
Curriculum[ edit ] Girls can choose from a wide range of subjects at GCSE level and generally take 11 or 12 subjects. In Plymouth High School was chosen as the first state school in the city to offer the International Baccalaureatean alternative to A Level awards. This is an award given to schools that have shown a commitment to international activities across the curriculum and have developed strong partnership with schools in other countries.
The school also runs an Amnesty International club for pupils. Recently however, a trouser suit consisting of navy trousers and a navy blazer with the school logo was introduced as an alternative to the skirt. Girls are only permitted to wear the trousers if they are wearing the blazer, although the blazer may be worn with a skirt in the place of a school jumper.
Plymouth High School For Girls
All girls wear a white v-neck blouse with or without the blue and white striped school tie. There are various other restrictions in relation to coats, shoes, make-up and jewellery. The school has four houses: House.
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