Skip to main content

What says..

We loved the way the bigger girls supported the littler ones: at the end of our visit, they were snuggled up on beanbags looking at books with year 6s. One little dot could not stop yawning at the end of her busy day; another could hardly be torn away from her riveting story to talk to us. School offers the broad curriculum and facilities which parents opting for an independent education expect, with some kind of sport, PE or swimming every day, and timetabled drama and music. Girls try out a range of three musical instruments early on; bizarrely, the cello is the most popular choice...

Read review »

What the school says...

Badminton Junior School is a warm and friendly school where the girls have an excellent academic grounding and lots of opportunities to speak languages, participate in music and enjoy a variety of sports. Girls here enjoy lots of outdoor play in the extensive adventure playground and on Friday afternoons enjoy a range of activities including horse riding, orienteering and street dance which change on a termly basis. There are many opportunities for music, drama and dance performance and a range of clubs and activities which take place during break times, lunch and after school. Girls can board from Year 5 upwards and there is a fabulous Junior Boarding House. ...Read more

What the parents say...

No comments received for Badminton Junior School

Please login to post a comment.

Other features

All-through school (for example 3-18 years). - An all-through school covers junior and senior education. It may start at 3 or 4, or later, and continue through to 16 or 18. Some all-through schools set exams at 11 or 13 that pupils must pass to move on.

Sports

Fencing

What The Good Schools Guide says

Headmistress

Since 2010, Ms Emma Davies BA PGCE (40s). Brought up and educated in Wales (where she still lives) and maintaining her Welsh lilt to this day, Mrs Davies has taught in a variety of prep schools including one in Malaysia, most recently as deputy head at the junior part of Bristol Grammar. Her first degree is in English, but she admits to a love of history and runs the history club at school. Ms Davies exemplifies the lifelong learning the school aims to instil: she is doing a distance MEd in educational leadership and writing a children's book ‘very slowly’. Interests outside work centre mainly on her family – she has two daughters at the school – and include indulging her love of history at museums and National Trust properties. Whilst she is clearly...

Subscribe now for instant access to read The Good Schools Guide review.

Already subscribed? Login here.

  Zoopla sale properties   Zoopla rent properties   Hide Zoopla markers

Powered by Zoopla

Leavers' destinations


Subscribe for instant access to in-depth reviews, data and catchment:

30,000 Independent, state and special schools in our parent-friendly interactive directory.
 School exam results by subject and performance GCSE, A level or equivalent.
 Which schools pupils come from and go onto.
 Honest, opinionated and fearless independent reviews of over 1,000 schools.
Comprehensive catchment maps for English state schools by year of entry.
School data comparison by results, relative success and popularity.
 Independent tutor company reviews.

Try before you buy - The Charter School Southwark

The Good Schools Guide subscription

GSG Blog >    In the news >

The Good Schools Guide newsletter

The Good Schools Guide Newsletter

Educational insight in your inbox. Sign up for our popular newsletters.

Is your child a future entrepreneur?

 
 

The fifth issue of Chalk & Chat, The Good Schools Guide’s exciting digital magazine, is out now.