Our academic results compete with the very best in London. We perform at the very highest standard, and that standard continues to rise. Our teachers are inspirational, using their own professional accomplishments to lead by example.

Learning isn’t easy but it should be rewarding. Not in grades, but in growth. Girls are taught a growth mindset, where the process of learning is valued above achievement. The adoption and use of this process, in turn, provides its own sense of fulfilment. We create a can-do attitude in our girls, where the desire to strive takes them beyond what they believed they could achieve. Their subsequent attainment is reflected in our results.

The Putney curriculum follows a structure which consolidates study over time and provides ample opportunity for cross-curricular learning. Students have access to a wide selection of topics and are supported through their choice of GCSE and A level subjects aligning with their strengths and passions.

Junior Curriculum

ages 4-11

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Senior Curriculum

ages 11-16

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Sixth Form Curriculum

Ages 16-18

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Sixth Form Prospectus 2020


GCSE and A Level results

Our results don’t reflect the talent, hard work and growth mindset developed in our students: our girls can do that for themselves. But we think their results are pretty impressive.

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Leavers’ Destinations

Our students’ lives at Putney are just the start of their academic journey. We give pupils the tools they need to learn and develop at the world’s most illustrious universities, US colleges, conservatoires and art schools. Discover the further education institutions where you might bump into one of our recent alumnae…

Our Leavers' Destinations

We were encouraged to think, engage and ask questions about the world around us, and how we could have an impact on society.

Fiona Walport (class of 2011)
Studying for a PHD in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College, London

Putney High School Learning and Research

At Putney, we pursue a ‘no limits’ approach to our teaching and learning, aiming to innovate, challenge and stretch not only our own teaching staff but also provide a platform to share our ideas with a wider audience.

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