Address: Turk’s Row, Chelsea, London SW3 4TW
Number of Pupils: 196 boys; 275 girls.
Ages: 3-11 (includes kindergarten)
Fees: £7500 – £7900 per term
Head Teacher: Julia Adlard (Early Years), Annie Lee (Girls), Christian Warland (Boys)
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Please register interest by completing application form. We interview the list a year prior to arrival
Contact: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Weekly invitation-only open mornings for the girls and boys schools.
Our children enjoy an academic curriculum which is broad and balanced. The stimulating, supportive teaching encourages their enthusiasm for learning. They become independent thinkers and work hard to gain entry to their senior school of choice.
Games & The Arts
A wide and varied co-curricular programme runs alongside academic study. Music (80 per cent of pupils learn an instrument), sport every day for everyone, art, ballet dance, fencing and the performing arts. Clubs deepen knowledge of a curriculum subject or teaches a new skill.
We aim to create a happy, purposeful, secure and supportive environment in which our children learn and grow. We have a pastoral head who oversees our care. The children live according to the School’s Kindness Code, a set of seven pointers for working successfully and happily with friends and teachers. Good manners, kindness and supportiveness to others are the hallmarks of a Garden House child.
Our class of 2019 were awarded scholarships to Heathfield School, St Mary’s Ascot and Wycombe Abbey
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
At Garden House we are academically ambitious for our children. We believe happy children learn more easily and we foster intellectual curiosity, hard work and an excitement about learning new things. We aim to maximise potential and develop the whole child. Our children are articulate, well-mannered and thoughtful.
- Girls and boys are taught separately but join for lunch and whole school events
- Each child is valued, respected and recognised as an individual
- The kindness code is central, producing articulate, considerate children
- Central London location allows children to benefit range of extracurricular visits
- Sport is played every day and swimming is taught from age four.
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