We believe in hard work, resilience and a determination to succeed, learning from the lessons of failure to become successful
We believe in raising the aspirations of everyone in our community of inspiring a belief that ‘anything is possible’ amongst our students, staff, governors and parents.
We believe in developing our students into confident, responsible citizens ready to play an active role in the wider community.
Our students want to learn, are enthusiastic about their education and are successful in achieving qualifications and progressing in their lives;
Everyone has talent. At Blackfen we find and nurture those talents, always looking for each student to improve, encouraging students to be positive about the future;
Everything is possible. Students, their parents and our team do their best in everything, with a single goal: to be outstanding;
Our students develop ways of behaving that will serve throughout their lives: they become ambitious, forward looking, and resolute;
At Blackfen school our vision is to raise aspirations and release the potential of every young person. We do this through our growth mindset culture which underpins our aspirational ethos. It is a privilege to work with all members of our community to ensure that we realise this vision.
Outstanding schools foster life-long curiosity about life: equipping students with skills and ambition; nurturing professionals whose passion is creating learning that inspires young people to pursue the very best in themselves and in their work. Our students achieve at the highest possible level. There is no ceiling to what they can do or achieve on their journey with us. Our students also gain experience to support their educational careers: performing a role in the school production or visiting galleries in New York, Madrid or Amsterdam; championing a bid to make the school a Fair Trade school or being a member of our student learning consultant team.
As Headteacher at Blackfen school, my passion is that young people enjoy their success in school, become mature, responsible, independent, outgoing and disciplined young adults and that aspiring to find and release personal talent becomes a life-long accomplishment.
Please feel free to arrange a visit to see us “in action”. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to Blackfen school.
The music department would like to invite you to attend our GCSE Music Easter Recital which will be held at 5:30pm in the Performance Space on Tuesday 28th Marc...
Blackfen students aboard the HMS St Albans Royal Navy Battleship Careers Day at Thames Quay, London Blackfen School had the rare opportunity of visiting a...
Special thanks to everyone that participated. The Careers Forum 2017 was a huge success. Please click below for more pictures http://www.b...
Tuesday 7th March 4.30pm – 7.00pm (Blackfen School for Girls, Year 7-13) (6.00pm – 7.00pm Open to Hurstmere School Year 11 students). We n...
Blackfen School for Girls KS3 Football Teams The Football Teams have been taking part in various competitions over the last term. The U13’s took par...
On Tuesday 24th January 2016, Blackfen School for Girls took part in the first stage of the Level 2 School Games Dance Competition that was held at St Catharine...
We will be holding our Annual Careers Forum on Tuesday 7th March. The Forum provides an excellent opportunity for both students and parents to find out more...
Due to some additional meetings taking place and to ensure that the school is ready for the start of the term following the Christmas closure the school will op...
If you missed our Growth Mindset Evening on Tuesday 8th November...
The Penhill Academies Trust - Announcement...
On Tuesday 8th November 2016 we are holding a parental event hosted by Robin Launder on Growth Mindset and Motivation: A Guide for parents...
Thursday 29th September saw glitz and glamour come to Blackfen as the school celebrated its annual Oscars ceremony. The ceremony celebrates the achievements...
Year 10 Geography Field Trip
Last day of Term
Year 7 Parents Evening
Year 8 Parents Evening
Sixth Form Oscars
Extended Staff Briefing
Extended Staff Briefing
Literacy Show & Tell Event