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King’s House School

By Coby F

2 years ago

King's House School

Address: 68 King’s Road, Richmond, Surrey TW10 6ES
Website: kingshouseschool.org
Founded: 1946
Number of Pupils: 465 (girls in Nursery)
Fees: Nursery £2,165–£2,395; school £3,930–£5,120
Ages: 3-13
Head Teacher: Mr Mark Turner
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Entrance Procedure: Pre–prep by order of registration for the nursery and reception classes and thereafter by assessment for occasional places.
Contact: Mrs Sally Bass, 020 8940 1878
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please contact school for details of Open Mornings.

The Curriculum

A broad, challenging curriculum which stretches the pupils academically, physically and creatively is the key. We provide opportunities for all of this for our youngest Nursery children up to our Year 8 boys.

Games & The Arts

All our pupils have specialist teachers in PE and Music from the time they join the school and from Year 1 (aged 5) they all take advantage of our extensive playing fields and specialist teaching for a broad and successful games programme. There are plenty of opportunities for music and art too.

Pastoral Care

The school prides itself on being a friendly, caring and supportive environment, with a strong sense of community, and where pupils are taught a sense of responsibility and awareness of those around them.

Senior Exit Schools

Bradfield College, Brighton College, Bryanston, Charterhouse, Cranleigh, Dulwich College, Epsom, Eton, Hampton, Harrow, Harrodian, Ibstock Place, King’s College School, King’s School Canterbury, Kingston Grammar, Radley, Stowe, St Paul’s, Wellington College, Westminster and Winchester.

Recent Scholarships

Major Academic, Sporting, Music, Drama and All-Rounder awards to St Paul’s, King’s College School, Hampton, Charterhouse, Tonbridge, Marlborough and Epsom.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

We are proud to have a vibrant co-ed nursery and from reception a boys’ school that lets boys be boys and provides them with an education that suits and prepares them – a balance of the academic, physical and creative.

Outstanding Characteristics

The strong sense of community and responsibility, the idea that learning should be challenging and fun, and the importance of a broad and balanced curriculum.