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A competitive, purposeful and demanding school which has retained old fashioned values. Pupils are challenged on all fronts and, as one parent put it, ‘By the time the children reach year 5, they are under pressure to perform. It’s not a soft school but, for the right child, there simply isn’t anywhere better in the area.’ DT department is the envy of other schools and recently...

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Newland House is a co-educational IAPS Preparatory day school in South West London. The school is non-selective at the age of four and also offers entry to the new nursery school for children aged 3 for the year before starting school from September 2017.

In September 2018 the school will offer a final intake into Year 3 via the 7+ but will no longer offer this entry point after this date. Instead, following the relocation of the Pre-Prep to new premises the school will offer three classes in Reception. ...Read more

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Headmaster

Since September 2019, Chris Skelton, previously academic deputy head at Newton Prep; has also been deputy head at Dulwich College Junior School with overall pastoral responsibility.

Entrance

All change, with term time only nursery in own building (was former pre-prep), and 7+ entry phased out. Now has 50 per cent more spaces in reception (three form entry) following recent pre-prep expansion into premises on main school site. Nursery places offered on first come first served basis - but only to families who have been offered a reception place. Often oversubscribed – best register your child as soon as possible after birth. At 4+ entry is on a first-come, first-served basis, with siblings given priority. Sixty places available at this stage and a waiting list in operation.

Academic and music bursaries available –...

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