We have been educating girls since we first opened our doors as East Putney High School on 19 September 1893.

Both society and the school have come a long way since we welcomed those first 54 fearless young women, but our aims remain unchanged: to educate, to inspire and to prepare pupils from a range of backgrounds to find their passions, achieve their ambitions and to prepare them for a future filled with opportunity.

It is full STEAM ahead when it comes to cross-curricular learning Putney. Click here the highlights of our Science, Music, Drama and Debating history.

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Alumnae through the ages

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Life at Putney

Our students enjoy discovering new interests and making friends for life, nurtured and encouraged within a community where kindness, inclusivity and innovation flourish.

 

Putney pupils are spirited, vibrant and learn to think for themselves, but they also know how to have fun, and most importantly, to really enjoy their time at school.

Suzie Longstaff

Suzie Longstaff
Headmistress
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