We have a deep commitment to developing the whole child and maintaining a balanced curriculum where children’s personal development is absolutely prioritised.
School Site Update
The school site is closed from January 2021 until the February half term in line with the latest government guidance (COVID-19).
During this time we regret that we are unable to host group school tours. Instead, we are happy to offer a bespoke visit to see the school for those parents where we have place availability from late February 2021.
Do get in touch with Mrs Tosetti (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will be able to give you more information about the school and give you more advice on visiting when circumstance allow.
Despite COVID restrictions, whether they are local tiers or national lockdowns, our admissions service is fully operational. Mrs Tosetti, our Admissions Manager is happy to talk with you regarding admissions to the school at any time so please do get in touch:
020 8865 1305 or email@example.com.
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Do get in touch if you would like to visit the school. All visits are by appointment and available most days of the week. You can request your tour now by following the link below:
Following extensive research, we have recently enhanced our Year 7 and 8 provision to ensure that pupils can develop the essential, stand-out skills now being demanded by many of the biggest companies and employers.
When the Government announced that there would be an indefinite school site closure in the penultimate week of last term, we were able to respond with the launch our Home Learning Programme within a matter of a few days, owing to our existing and versatile infrastructure and the unique approach to education which is shared by everyone at the school.
Through our Home Learning Programme helped to ensure that children and families had a sense of routine, maintain familiarity with school life and provided a medium for social interaction with classmates and teachers and these factors were vitally important for the children’s emotional and education stability during the lockdown.