Welcome - Marymount International School London

Headmistress's Welcome

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Inspired by the charism of the RSHM, we proudly stand as the first all-girls’ school in the UK to adopt the International Baccalaureate curriculum which promotes independent and creative thought among subjects.

Our students love to learn and learn to love in an inclusive environment that challenges and supports them.

Students here are empowered to build their confidence, spirituality, leadership skills and sense of self. Who we are teaching is as important as what we are teaching. Whether innovating in our STEAM Hub, debating in class, dancing on the stage, or learning a new world language, they are encouraged to sharpen their critical thinking skills, collaborate with others, and celebrate our diverse community of over 40 different nationalities. Securing top university placements beyond Marymount, our graduates are global citizens prepared to make a difference in the world.

Our garden campus is located just twelve miles from central London. We invite you to visit so you can see and feel what makes Marymount such a distinctive place for girls and young women to learn and grow into their best selves.

Mrs Margaret Giblin



“It is a huge privilege to be a part this wonderful community and to ensure its continued success in providing a first-rate holistic education for each and every student. I have forged strong relationships the girls, staff, parents, alumnae and Governors; who together embody the school’s motto ‘That all may have life’. ”

Mrs Margaret Giblin, Headmistress


Mrs Giblin has 23 years of experience in education both in the UK and Ireland.  She holds an MA in Catholic School Leadership from St Mary’s University and obtained her Higher Diploma in Teaching and a BA in Theology and English at the National University of Ireland and St Patrick’s Pontifical University, respectively. Mrs Giblin is married and has two teenage children.

Previously, she was the Deputy Head People at Woldingham Catholic School for Girls, where she has been working since 2012 in various roles.

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