Address: 122 Putney Bridge Road, Putney, London SW15 2NQ
Number of Pupils: 320
Fees: Lower School (Reception to Form II) £5,430, Middle and Upper Schools (From III to Form VI) £5,650
Head Teacher: Mr Jonathan Brough
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective
Contact: Mrs Fiona Driver, admissions secretary, 020 8874 7186
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please contact the school to arrange an appointment.
Hurlingham initiates a love of learning in all children: wherever each and every pupil’s strengths lie, we value and celebrate their gifts and talents. This was recognised by the National Association for Able Children in Education in 2017 through success in gaining the prestigious Challenge Award.
Games & The Arts
Children enjoy a range of sports including football, netball, rugby, hockey, cricket, athletics, ballet and karate. These are all taught by specialists both on-site and in Wandsworth Park and Rocks Lane. Music, including four choirs and an orchestra, is a particular strength of the school. Creative Art is dynamic and original. The school achieved Artsmark Gold in 2017 and featured in the recent London Schools talk Artsmark film.
Senior Exit Schools
Dulwich, Emanuel, Epsom College, Francis Holland, Godolphin and Latymer, King’s College Wimbledon, Kingston Grammar, Lady Eleanor Holles, Lady Margaret’s, Latymer Upper, Putney High, Reed’s, St Paul’s Girls’, Surbiton High, Wimbledon High and Woldingham.
Dulwich College, Emanuel, Hampton, JAGS, Kingston Grammar, LEH, More House, Notre Dame, St Paul’s Girls, Surbiton High, Whitgift and Wimbledon High.
Happiness is central to everything that goes on at Hurlingham. Our pupils’ successes result from their confidence, enjoyment of school life and ever-increasing appetite for new learning and discovery.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Children at Hurlingham are never just taught, but are educated in the broadest sense of the word as each day brings fresh opportunities, challenges, discoveries and achievements. As a school, we aim to capitalise on them all and not to waste a single one.
Fantastic children, wonderful, dedicated staff, purpose-built learning environment for the 21st century. Rated ‘outstanding’ in all areas of recent inspection.
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