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The school has not expanded at all since it was first founded. It still occupies the same building, and is very small; you will know quite quickly if you love it or not, but if you don’t, be careful not to write it off too soon. Colourful displays adorn the walls, and bright Chinese lanterns and colourful fish were bobbing from almost every ceiling. We were treated to a mini concert...

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What the school says...

Our aim is to create a happy environment which fosters lively, motivated and interested children who have not only confidence in their own abilities but also a considerate awareness of their peers.

Fees cover lunches, all sports activities, clubs, school trips and travel.

What the parents say...

Connaught House School is THE school you want for your kids. Our daughters, Zoe 11 and Clara 7 years old, have been at CHS for the last two years and we have nothing but very good things to say about it. We are French and when we decided to move to London, our daughters hardly spoke English. We were hesitant to register into a British school. But the results are beyond expectations. Two years later, our daughters are bilingual. CHS is a very singular school because there are not too many pupils and that creates an extraordinary environment for the children. Zoe is in a class of 6 and Clara in a class of 16. The teachers have time to properly focus on each child. There is something unique in the way CHS takes care of our children. It’s not only the quality of the teachers and the level of excellence they are trying to get for each kid but also the permanent desire they have to make sure that the children can reach their full potential both on a personal and educational level. Our daughters are so happy to go to CHS every morning and that’s something we appreciate of course very much. We have to move to Madrid but we will always keep in mind the chance our daughters had to live such an experience.

Commented on 19th Mar 2018

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What The Good Schools Guide says


Since September 2017, Victoria Hampton (30s), who previously ran the early years part of the school and has taught here for several years. Started and run her own nursery in Oxfordshire, was deputy head of a nursery in Clapham and has a host of qualifications for teaching young children - Montessori diploma, early years foundation degree, Hornsby diploma (dyslexia). She has three young children of her own and loves being part of the fabric of the school. Gentle, with a mellifluous voice and perfect diction (which we suspect matches her handwriting); the children clearly love her as do the staff. She knows them all and is actively involved in observing and participating in lessons throughout the school. One change she has implemented is to bring the reception class (known at Junior One) up from...

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