Chepstow House

Address: 108a Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London W11 1QS
Founded: 2010
Number of Pupils: 400
Fees: (termly) £3,690 – 5 half day sessions, Eight Sessions (3 full days & 2 half days) £5,870.00 and Nine Sessions (4 full days & 1 half day) £6,600.00 (Nursery – we do not offer different arrangements for half or full days); £7,785 (School)
Head Teacher: Angela Barr
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Register from birth for nursery and reception intake. Informal assessment for 7, 8, 11 and 13+ entry.
Contact: Rose O’Grady, School Administrator, 0207 243 0243
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Tours available on request.

The Curriculum

A rigorous curriculum prepares children for 11+ and the 13+ Common Entrance. However, we encourage boys and girls to strive in all areas through providing a broad and balanced learning experience.

Games & The Arts

Music recitals, whole school productions and art specialist weeks are highlights throughout the key stages. PE lessons enhance physical skills and knowledge of the sports the children play and a strong emphasis is placed on competitive sporting activities through weekly fixtures.

Pastoral Care

Staff encourage pupils to apply themselves diligently to tasks and develop positive attitudes both in their work and in their personal relationships. The house system creates a strong community within the school and the extremely successful links with both local and international charities promotes a sense of wider social interaction and responsibility.

Senior School Exits

Children follow on to a variety of schools including St Paul’s, City of London, The Harrodian and Wetherby.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

Chepstow House is a happy and purposeful family environment, where every member of the school community is important and all are valued as individuals, We aim to discover the best in every child and challenge them to go beyond their expectations.

Outstanding Characteristics

 The highly nurturing and welcoming ethos and environment. By the end of Year 3, the majority of pupils achieve well above expected levels of attainment in reading, writing, speaking and mathematics. ‘They develop excellent creative and aesthetic skills in art, drama, music and cookery. Their physical development is excellent.’ (most recent Ofsted report)