Address: 16 Ravenscourt Avenue, London W6 0SL
Number of Pupils: 420 (210 boys, 210 girls)
Fees:£6,120 per term, all ages
Head Teacher: Mr Carl Howes
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective at four years old.
Contact: Mrs B Rands, 020 8846 9153
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: 4 February, 5 March, 7 May, 2 June.
Our curriculum far exceeds the national average in both breadth and depth and has been carefully crafted to enable each child to fulfil their individual potential. As a non-selective and inclusive school, we take pride in motivating and developing every child, bringing out individual talent, realising abilities to the full and instilling a life-long love of learning. In its 2016 ISI Inspection report, RPPS was judged ‘Excellent’ in all categories.
Games & The Arts
We offer a plethora of opportunities for our pupils to immerse themselves in music, the arts and sport. Our curriculum and co-curricular is enriched with opportunities for our pupils to participate in competitive sporting fixtures, perform in regular concerts and events, or learn an instrument. Pupils also frequently take part in external competitions.
The pastoral care and well-being of our children is paramount. Our ‘open door’ policy reflects a genuine partnership between teachers and parents – the family atmosphere is noticeable as soon as you visit.
Latymer, Hampton, Queen Anne’s Caversham, St Benedict’s and King’s College Wimbledon.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
At RPPS, laughter and learning go hand in hand and we ensure that the years with us are happy, successful and fulfilling for each and every child. Our pupils engage in the excitement of learning and develop the confidence to question, analyse and express their opinions; they leave at the end of year 6 ready to make the most of the opportunities ahead of them, both at their choice of senior school and in later life.
RPPS is a thriving school, situated on Ravenscourt Park. We pride ourselves on our excellent pastoral care and believe that learning should be limitless. All our children from Year 3 to year 6 take part in residential weeks which help to develop teamwork, resilience and perseverance. This is in line with our belief that children should develop a ‘growth mindset’ approach to their learning where taking on challenges and learning from mistakes is encouraged.
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