Housed in a dedicated room at the rear of the Senior Library, St Hilda’s School archives contains records of school activities, students and administration dating from 1912 and of Goyte-Lea School’s administration from 1882- 1912.
This rich collection comprises school publications and newspaper articles written about the school as well as staff biographies, photographs both recent and vintage, academic and admission records, financial ledgers, architectural plans, sporting records, and drama, chapel service and musical programmes. The heritage collections includes trophies, uniforms and personal memorabilia donated by former staff and students.
Preserving the history of the School is an ongoing process carried out by students, volunteers, Old Girls, and an archivist who works part-time.
St Hilda’s Archives gratefully accepts donations of historical significance such as photographs, uniforms and memorabilia.
The Archives welcomes research enquiries however, release of information remains subject to privacy protection.
If you would like to make an appointment to view the collection, please make contact either by phone or email.