Parents & Pupils

Hunterhouse College pursues a policy of openness on all issues and parents who have concerns on any matter are encouraged to telephone or write to the Principal, Head of Year or any member of staff.

The Principal is always pleased to make an appointment to see parents and will arrange for other teachers to be present as necessary.

At Hunterhouse College the good atmosphere which exists between teachers, parents and girls is highly valued. We strive to make parents feel part of the school. There are many events on the College calendar which parents are encouraged to attend such as the Play, Carol Service, Sports Day and the various Parent Teacher Association events during the year.

In Hunterhouse College every girl has the opportunity to exercise responsibility and leadership from an early age. The whole Sixth Form assumes collective leadership under the Head Girl, the Deputy Head Girl and the Assistant Head Girls all of whom are elected by their peers and the staff. Other office-bearers are the Librarian and Assistants, Games and House Captains with their deputies and the Secretary of the School Council. Every form elects its own Leader to serve for one term and those from Year 12, together with representatives of the Sixth Form and Staff, sit on the School Council.