Dr Challoner’s High School is a thriving and vibrant community, with a      superb reputation for academic success. We provide a happy, caring and   purposeful environment in which every girl can seek personal fulfilment of their many and varied goals. We recognise that learning is inherently joyful and liberating, so we seek to foster an enduring love of learning. 

As our world changes at an exponential rate, there is a pressing need to learn throughout life. At Challoner’s, we believe that we have a responsibility to ensure that girls are empowered with the skills and attributes to thrive in the 21st century - to support their developing curiosity, courage, imagination and enthusiasm for innovation.  Positive and supportive relationships lie at the heart of this ambition and together we dare to imagine that there are no ceilings to success.  Please click here to view our video prospectus.

Message from the Head Girl

I am so excited to be representing this incredible Head Girl Team, as Challoner’s 52nd Head Girl.

This school has always been such a supportive and inspiring environment, and I really hope to contribute and encourage this passion for all aspects of school life.

I also have an incredible team working alongside me, all of whom have such passion and enthusiasm for the school and our contribution to it.

Over the next year, I aim to help encourage fundraising and development of The Challoner's Foundation through the use of new events and appeals, as ultimately, I feel it the responsibility of every member of our community to help to ensure this school remains at its current exceptional standard.

But most importantly, I wish to encourage further the fun, knowledge-loving environment for which Challoner’s has become so well known.

As Audrey Hepburn said ‘the most important thing is to enjoy your life…to be happy…that’s all that matters’ and I think this is something that is so well demonstrated by our school, and a philosophy that I wish to continue to promote.

Jemima Lomax




OFSTED Inspection Report 2012 


    Urgent Notices

    GCSE Results Day Guide for External Students

    Grammar School Transfer Tests (11+)

    8th & 10th September 2015

    Drop off and Collection

    Information for Parents

    Please refer to BCC for registration.

    Open Evening

    Thursday 17th September 2015

    6:00 - 9:00 pm

    Talks at 6:15, 7:00, 7:45 & 8:30 pm

    Open Morning

    Tuesday 22nd September 2015

    Talks at 9:30 and 10:50 am

    (There is no requirement to pre-register for either Open event)