Address: Clarence Lane, London SW15 5PY
Number of Pupils: 150 boys, 150 girls
Fees: £5,430 – £5,635 per term
Head Teacher: Miss Kate Bevan
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective at four years old; assessment for occasional places thereafter
Contact: Miss C Voysey, Registrar, 020 8392 5803
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: 9.30am 1 May, 19 June.
Kindergarten and Prep 1 children follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, divided into seven areas of learning. Prep years 2-6 follow a broad curriculum, with daily classes in English and mathematics.
Games & The Arts
Games to Prep 2 focuses on basic skills. Prep 3-6 have a termly programme of football, netball, rugby, hockey, cricket, rounders and athletics. Rich and wide range of creative activities, music and productions offered; annual art exhibition; extensive dance opportunities.
A warm and welcoming atmosphere is present from a child’s first day. Caring teachers and classroom assistants develop a successful home/school partnership, encouraging trust, sharing information and keeping parents informed. There is a palpable sense of community and of pupils and staff working together. Class teachers are a constant source of encouragement, praise and advice, supported by a strong pastoral team within this very happy school. All children are provided with a wide and nutritionally balanced diet in order to develop their health, growth and wellbeing. Pupils are shown that meal times are a good opportunity to socialise and share food. The school nurse is present during school hours.
The majority of pupils progress to Ibstock Place Senior School.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
We nurture the talents of our pupils in a supportive and purposeful environment; the staff encourage discovery and creative problem solving so that as our pupils mature they adapt to changing situations and are able to apply their knowledge independently. We are a Christian school and welcome children from other faiths.
Experienced staff are able to evaluate the abilities of each pupil and offer support and guidance when planning the next steps of development. In the Early Years, children may explore and investigate at their own pace. Older children’s work in science, history and geography provides rich stimuli for learning in a beautiful environment.
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