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Kew House School

By Coby F

2 years ago

Address: 6 Capital Interchange Way, London TW8 0EX
Website: kewhouseschool.com
Founded: 2013
Number of Pupils: 595
Ages: 11-18
Fees: £8,517 per term
Head Teacher: Will Williams
Religious Affiliation: All faiths
Entrance procedure: Entrance exam and relaxed interview
Contact: Dawn Hassett
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: By appointment or Open Event: www.kewhouseschool.com/openevents

The Curriculum

Our aim is to provide a rich and broad education to all pupils whatever their specialism. The daily timetable is six taught hours plus an extensive extracurricular programme.


Our pupils are highly creative, with a reputation for excellence in music and the performing and visual arts. Our dynamic PE department ensures success at both regional and national level across rowing, athletics, tennis, table tennis, cross country and netball. 

Pastoral Care

We aim for a family and social hub giving emotional support and security to all pupils and employees. Our approach is holistic, as we believe that there can be no artificial barriers between a pupil’s intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual growth. A number of staff are involved in the life of each pupil, but in particular, the personal tutor who meets their tutee on a daily basis.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

We recognise and enhance the individual abilities of each child, welcoming pupils with varying academic profiles and placing emphasis on confidence, self-esteem and creativity. By operating a true ‘Open Door’ policy, we welcome parents and wider community members to become a part of school life.

Outstanding Characteristics

Rated ‘Excellent’ in all areas by ISI, the school is firmly established as a character-selective institution, with a community that celebrates success in all areas of endeavour.

An outstanding set of results for GCSE students in 2023, continuing to exceed year-on-year success rates with 98% of grades awarded between 9 and 4, and 53% of grades awarded between 7 and 9. 

With 33% of Sixth Form students going on to Russell Group universities, the school prides itself on preparing students for myriad post-18 pathways, illustrated by the 2023 leaving cohort who successfully achieved their ambitions, ranging for medicine and veterinary courses, to modern apprenticeships in logistics, the arts, and hospitality. Measuring their success by measuring their ability both to discover the options available and then being able to access them, is a matter of great pride.