Address: Senior School Hampstead, 65 Rosslyn Hill, London NW3 5UD; Senior & Sixth Form Canonbury, 6-9 Canonbury Place, London N1 2NQ
Number of Pupils: Hampstead – 320; Canonbury – 180
Fees: £17,295 – £18,555 per annum
Head Teacher: Hampstead: Brendan Pavey; Canonbury: Jonathan Taylor
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Assessments and interview
Contact: Admissions office 020 7428 1520
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Hampstead: 4 Oct, 31 Oct, 8 Nov and 9 Dec; Canonbury: 28 Sept, 14 Oct, 1 and 16 November
Highly qualified and inspirational teachers deliver a rich and varied range of academic and extra-curricular activities, tailor-made to challenge and stimulate pupils, educating the whole child.
Games & The Arts
Sports range from the traditional to the unusual (such as sailing) and help develop pupils’ physical and emotional wellbeing as well as essential team work skills. The arts are key to NBH’s curricular and extra-curricular offering – with plays and concerts regularly staged.
Pupil wellbeing is at the heart of everything here. All teachers are informed and actively committed to the pastoral aspects of school life and, alongside specialist staff, provide a strong system of support. Pupils are equipped with the skills required to make moral and informed life choices while NBH’s happy community provides a sense of belonging and security.
Students receive offers from a range of universities, typically accepting places at Russell Group institutions.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
North Bridge House provides an individually-tailored education for boys and girls, in an environment that fosters happy and confident pupils, proud of their achievements. We know, support and inspire each individual to achieve their full potential and provide a solid foundation for a successful academic career and adult life.
Recently achieved ‘outstanding’ inspections. Transition from Nursery to Sixth Form without the added pressure of entrance exams. Later starts for sixth formers as research has shown their sleeping patterns make them less productive early on.
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