Highgate events

Highgate offers a packed programme of events and activities, many of which are open to the public as well as our School community.

Sustainability conference

Students from Highgate School are organising the first ever Environmental Sustainability Conference for young people on Monday 16th September 2019 

The inspiring all-day event is designed for young people. A host of speakers connected to sustainability will talk from their backgrounds in the world of science, politics, charity or activism.  

The aims of the event are firstly to update young people about various key environmental challenges, but also to inspire them to take action in creative and collaborative ways. It aims to give people ideas for how they might be able to channel their passion for protecting the natural world into campaigns at school or even into their future career choices, and hopes to set up a network of environmentally-engaged young people and teachers across North London who might be able to work together on these challenges. 

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Night at the Museum

‘Night at the Museum’ is a series of talks (one per term) by external speakers and Highgate teachers on a wide range of subjects. It replaces the successful ‘Mondays at the Mills’ programme that ran for four years from September 2016. Details of future lectures and follow up resources for previous events can be found below.

Talks are normally held in the School Museum/Tabernacle starting at 7pm, with refreshments, including wine, available from 6.30pm and afterwards.

Tickets for ‘N@M’ events can be booked on this page. If you have any questions, please contact the Development Office, by emailing development@highgateschool.org.uk

Mike Davies chatting to Oliver Fairclough

Future and Previous N@M and M@M lectures