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Hall School Wimbledon is the only independent, non-selective, co-educational school for children aged 5-18 in the heart of Wimbledon.

We aim to provide an all-round education through a balanced curriculum, in which Art, Music, Sport and Drama play a valuable role alongside the core academic subjects. We believe that learning should be a pleasure and our teachers are encouraged to infuse their classes with joy, enthusiasm and active teaching.

Pupils benefit from high quality pastoral care at Hall School Wimbledon. It is our aim to ensure that children are happy, confident and secure throughout their lives at the school and, as such, we have created an environment in which every child is safe and valued and encouraged to fulfil his or her own potential both academically and socially.
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The school is not registered with the Department for Education for the purpose of enabling it to be the subject of a request to be named in an Education Health and Care Plan. The school no longer provides specialist care for children with autism. Children are monitored closely and referred to the school's Head of Enhanced Learning for assessment or following consultation with parents, for onward referral for specialist opinion. Children are supported both in class and where necessary in small groups in addition to receiving a differentiated curriculum according to need.


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