Radnor House School A GSG School
- Radnor House School
- Head: Ms Rosie Gill
- T 020 8891 6264
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.radnorhouse.org
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 7 to 18
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Richmond-Upon-Thames
- Pupils: 400
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £15,390 - £17,955 pa
- Open days: Saturday mornings in October, November & May each year
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Ofsted report: View the Ofsted report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Parents mainly attracted to the school’s vision of producing happy and confident children. ‘If kids feel good about themselves, they are much more likely to reach their full potential, and although a lot of heads say that, in reality they...
What the school says...
Radnor House School is a co-educational, independent school on the banks of the River Thames in Twickenham. It opened its doors in September 2011, it now enjoys a roll of over 400 pupils from ages 7 to 18.
Life at Radnor House is shaped by our commitment to provide an active learning environment for limitless minds. We firmly believe that all pupils are capable of great things if effectively taught, motivated and inspired by their school environment. This vision is underpinned by four key values which are central to school life:
Excellence - Perseverance - Courage - Respect ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysParents mainly attracted to the school’s vision of producing happy and confident children. ‘If kids feel good about themselves, they are much more likely to reach their full potential, and although a lot of heads say that, in reality they tend to have a blinkered view of league tables.' Certainly plenty of evidence during our visit of lively children genuinely enjoying their environment and at ease with themselves, each other and staff. We particularly liked that there are no out-of-bounds areas...
Since April 2016, Rosie Gill, previously senior deputy head. First in history and secondary history PGCE from Nottingham. Moved from Sherborne Prep, where she was deputy head (academic) to join Radnor House shortly after it was founded in 2011 as head of prep. Before that, she worked at The Hall School in Hampstead and South...