At Pembridge Hall School, the welfare and well-being of our pupils is of primary importance.
We believe that every girl should learn and develop in a safe and caring environment. We place much importance on good behaviour, good manners and personal responsibility and these essential elements of personal development are incorporated into all areas of school life, and reinforced through a strong PSHE programme.
Our School Council and the House system enable all our pupils to contribute meaningfully to the school community.
Celebrating the achievements of our girls in all aspects of their life at school is central to our ethos. Every Friday, the school gathers at a local church, St Matthew’s in St Petersburg Place, for assembly. This assembly brings the whole school together and provides a fitting forum for marking the success of individual girls. During this assembly two distinct awards are announced and presented.
The first is the Golden Apple award which is presented to one girl in each Year group. The Golden Apple recognises girls who have demonstrated kindness, consideration, enthusiasm, good manners and sheer hard work in a particular area.
The second award is the Headmaster’s Certificate which is awarded to one girl in every class and this award recognises girls specifically for their academic success and attainment.