Address: Kew College Prep, 24-26 Cumberland Road, Kew, Surrey TW9 3HQ
Number of Pupils: 296
Fees: (Termly) Nursery (half-day) £2,690; Nursery (full day) £4,725; Reception to Year 6 £4,725
Head Teacher: Jane Bond BSc MA (Ed) PGCE
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Children must be registered as soon as possible after birth. Occasional places sometimes available.
Contact: Michelle Warburton, 020 8940 2039
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please contact the registrar to arrange a visit or to attend an Open Morning.
The importance of English, maths and science is emphasised at the school, but within a broad curriculum. This includes art, drama, French, history, geography, ICT, music and sport.
Games & The Arts
Netball, hockey, cricket, rugby, football, swimming, dance, athletics and gymnastics. Inter-school matches. Drama and music are encouraged, there are summer plays, Christmas and Spring concerts, as well as several school choirs, an orchestra, string and wind groups and music technology.
Our Pastoral Curriculum underpins everything we do at Kew College Prep. We work as a team to ensure all children are listened to and feel valued. The mutual respect between staff and pupils is perfectly exemplified by our School Council, where elected representatives from each class put forward suggestions to improve the school, with many ideas put into practice.
Year 6 pupils this year were awarded 16 scholarships.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
We are a purposeful, hardworking and nurturing school that keeps children at the heart of everything we do. As a small, supportive and vibrant community, Kew College Prep aims to develop children into independent and critical thinkers with a natural curiosity to learn and discover.
Kew College Prep is an outstanding prep school achieving high academic standards and a consistent record of scholarships to London secondary schools. We have a unique 11+ programme with a tailored learning plan for each child. The Good Schools Guide mentions we are ‘warm-hearted’ and have an ‘effervescent learning environment’.