It is an absolute privilege to be the Housemaster of Mill Hill House. This really is a unique community where every single member of the House considers themselves to be part of a ‘big family’. To quote a former Head of House, ‘being part of Mill Hill is like having 24 sisters, who look out for each other both in and out of school’. It is this bond that galvanises Mill Hill in all they do. Although few in number compared to the day Houses, the enthusiasm and commitment from the Mill Hill girls during competitions and events is truly remarkable; we consistently punch above our weight and have been credited with some outstanding achievements. While many of the girls have never participated in the variety of activities that the House system provides, I can safely guarantee that each will rise to the challenge in a way that will never fail to amaze and inspire those around them.
Mr Mark Monro
Mill Hill Housemaster
What attracted me to boarding was the opportunity to extend my role as a pastoral Deputy Head of Year in working with students from different backgrounds and cultures as part of the boarding community. It is a pleasure to see the students settle and develop into independent and accomplished young women, and the support and welcoming environment of Mill Hill enables them to thrive both academically and socially. They are able to develop their confidence through the numerous House Competitions, which also provides exciting opportunities for integration with the day students.
Miss Michelle Choate
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