Address: 24 Lyndhurst Gardens, Hampstead, London NW3 5NW
Number of Pupils: 140
Fees: £6,470 to £7,245 per term
Ages: 4-13 years
Head Teacher: Mr Andrew Reid
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Selective, by assessment and/or interview.
Contact: Miss Jessica Orrett – Admissions, [email protected]
School Visits: Please contact the Registrar to arrange a tour or attend one of our Open Mornings.
Our curriculum prepares boys for the requirements of senior school entry. At the same time, we teach a broad range of subjects from the traditional (Latin) to ultra-modern (coding) and everything in between.
Games & The Arts
Our boys have the opportunity to experience a full range of sporting activities, with the main sports being football, rugby and cricket. Music lies at the heart of the school, with regular performance opportunities. Both sport and creative arts are highly valued.
All form teachers have the responsibility to care for their pupils and teach them a range of topics relating to mental wellbeing through weekly PSHE lessons. The Headmaster and heads of year pride themselves in making themselves available both to pupils and parents. We hold regular workshops with outside speakers on a range of topics such as internet safety, bullying and mental health.
King Edwards, Bath and St Edwards, Oxford (Academic); Haileybury (Music)
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
I want the pupils to achieve their full potential and make the most of all their opportunities, both academically and in extracurricular activities. When boys leave Lyndhurst they should be confident and believe in themselves, but with a recognition of the need to treat others with respect.
- A high achieving and happy school where pupils understand the importance of tolerance, respect for others, and above all, kindness.
- The small class sizes and the individual attention to all pupils.
- The school is non-denominational and so reflects the cultural mix of north west London.
- The atmosphere is friendly and hardworking; one where the boys are allowed to express themselves.
- The school really feels like a family.
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