A thriving, happy school producing girls that are a credit to society, just as the Sisters had envisaged all those years ago.
2017 'Fourvière', the school's new £2.5m Sports Hall, was officially opened by HRH The Duke of York. The Sports Hall includes a Fitness Suite and a multi-purpose classroom.



The Learning Resource Centre at Senior was built enabling girls to work in a way that matches their learning styles.

2015 The Modern Foreign Languages department and the Sixth Form Centre in Senior were refurbished.
2014 The Art department welcomed new additions including a Kiln and darkroom.
2014 An all-weather and multi-purpose astro pitch was added offering a new facility for hockey and netball.


A new Sensory Garden, featuring a Willow Dome classroom, was built for our younger pupils.



Theatre (Bligh) was added to bring music and drama closer together


Stained glass windows in the Prep, designed by the girls and reproduced by Miss Cross


Music block (Colin) was built


Frognal Lodge at the London Road exit was adapted for use as a nursery


The Science block was built along the drive where the old “hut” classrooms were


The L-shaped building, with small hall and P.E. “H.Q.” are housed


The swimming pool was opened


Continued rising student numbers meant more space was required so the Preparatory School building was built


The pupil numbers had out grown The Rosary building so an extension was built, which is the main Senior School building today


The Sisters bought The Frognal Estate in Sunningdale, which had been used by Eisenhower and the American High Command during WWII.  48 girls transferred from Richmond and became weekly boarders and 8 girls remained day students



The Richmond site was bombed and although there were no casualties the building was a complete shell


The Marist Sisters had established 4 convents in Spitalfields, Tottenham, Peckham and Richmond.  The Richmond site also housed the school


Marist Sisters travelled from France to England and established the first UK Marist Convent in Spitalfields


Mother St. Joseph, working in a poor area in France built a school as she recognised the importance of good education


Jeanne Marie Chavoin began The Marist Sisters


The Marist Family was born