The Essentials

The Essentials



At Marymount, we want our new community to feel prepared for a new school experience. We have created this, a suite of information booklets for your reference from student essentials to our boarding school handbook. Hard copies of these will be made available at the back-to-school evening at the beginning of September.

Please feel free to contact Admissions with any additional queries you may have.

Student Essentials

Parent Essentials

Boarding Handbook

Wellbeing Booklet


We will continue to add to this suite of guides

For further reference

2024-25 Term Dates

Pre-Loved Uniform




Summer 2023 Maths Work

To help our new students settle into their Maths courses for the next year, our Maths department has set exercises for the Summer to complete. In fact, all our students are assigned this work.

If new to Marymount:

  1. please make an account first (you can use your personal email address): Login (
  2. You will be asked to join a class with a class code, please enter the code that corresponds to the course you are entering in September
Course (entering in Sep 2023) Class code: Direct link to add class:
Rising G6 UHPGVM
Rising G7 U7NJDU
Rising G8 U9BMWY
Rising G9 UPDYEW
Rising G10 UJVY3P
Rising G10 Extended UGPNP3

Marymount Parents' Association

The Marymount Parents’ Association exists to engage the Marymount families (including guardians), encourage a sense of community, and promote philanthropy amongst parents and guardians to further the aims of Marymount International School London.

The PA aims to achieve this mission by:

  • Running events aimed at the parent community, with the support of the Development Office, to encourage parent body cohesion within and between Grades;
  • Fundraising for key School priorities with the support of the Development Office;
  • Contributing to community communications such as the community magazine – Marymount Matters – and School communications where relevant.

To find out more, there are three Parents’ Association (PA) events as soon as you arrive:

  1. The PA Welcome Barbecue: held at school on the Saturday before school starts (this year Saturday, 31 August between 12-4pm) this is a chance to meet fellow parents before the girls even start school. All Grades are colour-coded, so you are sure to spot fellow Grade 6 parents, and the atmosphere is warm and welcoming for the whole family. Bring siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents to this lovely event, filled with food, fun and family!
  2. Whole-school PA coffee morning: Friday, 6 September 8.15-9.30am at School. All are welcome to these monthly meetings, which feature guest speakers from the school. Mrs Giblin always attends these meetings and gives a short round-up of what is happening at school. For the first meeting we will have a welcome from the Student Council President, and an introduction to how the School Council works (and how your daughter can get involved).
  3. Grade 6 coffee morning: Monday 16 September, 8-9am at School. Open to all of Grade 6 so you can get to know one another!

Grade 7 coffee morning: Tuesday 17 September, 8-9am at School. Open to all of Grade 7 so you can get to know one another!

Grade 8 coffee morning: Wednesday 18 September, 8-8:30am at School. Open to all of Grade 8 so you can get to know one another!

Grade 9 coffee morning: Thursday 19 September, 8-9am at School. Open to all of Grade 9 so you can get to know one another!

Grade 10 coffee morning: Friday 20 September, 8-9am at School. Open to all of Grade 10 so you can get to know one another!

Grade 11 & 12 College Counsellor’s coffee morning: Wednesday 11 September, 8:15-9.30am. Open to all Grades 11-12 parents, so you can get to know one another!

Wellbeing Hub for Parents

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Creating an environment that nurtures student mental health and wellbeing is a key priority for us at Marymount. To help us do this, we have invested in a ‘Wellbeing Hub’ developed by child and adolescent mental health and wellbeing experts, Teen Tips. We are delighted to let you know that, as a Marymount International School London parent, you are entitled to free access, and we highly recommend you take the opportunity to register and start using these resources.

The Wellbeing Hub is an interactive online portal designed to help you understand and meet your daughter’s social and emotional needs. We believe it will be an invaluable source of information and support for our whole school community.

As a member, you benefit from:

  • Complete Parenting Teens Audio & Video Courses
  • Weekly Updated Resources – podcasts, articles and tips
  • Weekly Live Q&A with a Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist
  • Careers Advice Articles and Webinars, as well as Inspiring Futures Mini-Podcasts – insiders’ perspectives on different industries, roles and career paths, to share with your daughter
  • Ask The Expert Q&A Service
  • Q&A Library
  • Spark – an area to find positivity, inspiration, good news and more
  • Member Offers
  • Parenting One-to-Ones (paid service)
  • Access to Specialists
  • 25% Discount on Teen Tips Webinars

Here are some resources to help you get started:
Guided Hub Video Tour for Parents: –
Guide to the Parent’s Hub here:

Our agreement with Teen Tips covers our whole school community, and also delivers a wealth of support and resources for staff and students.

The Hub for Students

Our students in the High School are being given access to The Hub, with resources tailored specifically to support them with their mental health and wellbeing. A Junior Hub will be introduced to Middle School students shortly (it is currently being structured). This High School Hub includes:

  • Answers – a huge bank of Q&As on pretty much every topic
  • Top Tips – films, blogs and tip sheets on all manner of themes
  • Spark – an area to find positivity, inspiration, good news and more. Spark is also in the Parents’ Hub so you can access it too
  • Futures – Careers Advice and Inspiring Futures Podcasts – you can also access these resources via the Careers section of the Parents’ Hub
  • Help Zone – with links to specialist organisations

You can find a guide to the Pupil Hub here:

Accessing The Wellbeing Hub
Instructions on how to register and links for accessing the Wellbeing Hub are detailed in the Parent Portal ( If you have any specific queries about access, please contact the team at

We are so pleased to be able to provide this enhanced level of pastoral support. We hope you find the Wellbeing Hub beneficial for your family, and we welcome your feedback.

Kind regards,

Ms Annah Langan
Deputy Head Pastoral



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