Author Visit - Steve Cole
Years 5 - 8 had a real treat this afternoon when best selling author Steve Cole came to visit. Steve has written over 150 books and is currently writing his fourth book in the young James Bond series. Shoot to Kill is out now and Strike Lightning will be published in September. The children were enthralled with his entertaining stories …
17th May 2016Read More
Success in 'Richmond in Bloom' art competition
We are very proud that Lilah and Nina came runners up in their category for the 'Richmond in Bloom' competition. The girls and their parents were invited to an award ceremony and tea party at York House where they both received certificates and prizes from the Mayor. Congratulations!
13th May 2016Read More
BBC micro:bit computers given to all Year 7 pupils
Year 7 classes had fun programming their new BBC micro:bit computers today. They can use their BBC micro:bit for all sorts of cool creations, from robots to musical instruments – the possibilities are endless. The micro:bit is a handheld, fully programmable computer being given free to every Year 7 or equivalent child across the UK. It’…
09th May 2016Read More
Year 6 Junior Citizen Holly Lodge
On Tuesday we all went on a trip to Holly Lodge in Richmond Park to talk about junior citizenship and what it meant. We were put into different groups and we all did lots of different activities with the Metropolitan Police, Transport for London, London Fire Brigade and the NHS.
28th Apr 2016Read More
Micheal Fallon Lecture - Sixth Form politics students
Last week our Lower Sixth government and politics class had the chance to attend a lecture at Coombe Bank (Radnor House's sister school). The speech was conducted by Michael Fallon who is the MP for Kent and, most importantly, our Defence Minister.
16th Mar 2016Read More
Radnor Debating Success
The Junior Debating team have been going from strength to strength in the West London Junior Debating league, and are currently second in their group. They are progressing brilliantly in their weekly sessions in school too —apologies to any parents who may be finding their children more ‘persuasive’ than usual as a result! Below, Imoge…
11th Mar 2016Read More
Junior School visit the O2 Young Voices Concert
On Friday 29th February, Radnor House Juniors made their way over to the O2 to sing in one of the largest choirs of its kind! Junior schools from all over the country gathered to sing a 2 hour programme of songs together as a choir of 7,500 children!!
01st Feb 2016Read More
Library News December
Patron of Reading and Author in Residence Creative Writing Course for Year 5 & 6 Year 5 & 6 each enjoyed 2 hours with our Patron of Reading Julia Suzuki as she shared creative writing tips with us. We used some fantastic templates for character creations and Story Mountains for story building.
03rd Dec 2015Read More
Radnor House joined forces with St Catherine's school in a Remembrance service at the Radnor Gardens Memorial. All the pupils and staff from both schools gathered in a windy Radnor Gardens to pay their respects in the traditional remembrance services held on 11th November.
11th Nov 2015Read More
Nomination for the Independent School Awards
We are delighted to announce that Radnor House has been nominated for the TES Independent School of the Year Awards 2015. This year we are delighted to receive recognition in the category of Governing Body of the Year and look forward to the prize giving event on 27th November
09th Sep 2015Read More
Breaking news: Radnor House celebrates fantastic GCSE results
A huge congratulations to all our Y11 Radnorians for their fantastic GCSE results. We are very proud of their achievements today, with 36% of all grades at A*/A and 94% A*-C. Of particular note was Mathematics with over 55% of papers graded A*/A.
20th Aug 2015Read More
Rowing Squad achieve great success at the Ball Cup Regatta
Radnor House rowing squad enjoyed a successful run at the Ball Cup regatta last Sunday at Dorney Lake. We had 12 crews entered over the three Divisions ranging from J13 to J15.
12th May 2015Read More
New Radnor Resident
Over the Easter holidays a nesting mallard duck, perhaps attracted by the newly remodelled terrace, took up residence in a cosy flower pot outside Mr Paton’s office. We have sought advice from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and are privileged to be providing a temporary home until the ducklings hatch!
24th Apr 2015Read More
Year 7 pupil Archie wins the night hike challenge with his scout group
Archie is a member of 7th Teddington Air Scouts. On Saturday night he took part in the Greater London South West Night Hike Exercise from Bentley Copse Scout Camp in Shere, in the Surrey Hills. 42 teams took part and Archie’s team came first winning a shield and certificate. This is the first time 7th Teddington have won the Exercise.…
04th Apr 2015Read More
Radnor House raises money for Diabetes Research
This week is charity week at Radnor House and this year we are raising funds for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). More children suffer from Type 1 diabetes in the UK than many other chronic illnesses. Type 1 Diabetes is a chronic and lifelong condition for which there is no cure, but there IS HOPE and with the help of JDRF re…
20th Mar 2015Read More
Ibstock Place U18's Hockey Tournament Winners
On Wednesday 18th March, history was made at Radnor House when the girls returned to school with glistening Gold Medals after winning their first major competition EVER... which was the U18 Hockey Tournament run by Ibstock Place School.
18th Mar 2015Read More
Science Students attend Science Live lectures
The first Science outing to the annual GCSE Science Live was a great trip for the EPP students for Science. It is rare to have the opportunity to hear so many world-renowned scientists speaking together. Among the big names were fertility expert Professor Lord Robert Winston, Professor of Physics Jim Al-Khalili and Professor of Genetics S…
11th Mar 2015Read More
GCSE and EPP Business Studies trip to Jaguar Landrover
Year 10 and EPP Business students had an exciting trip to the Jaguar Land Rover site at Gaydon, Warwick.
04th Mar 2015Read More
Nico Baker raises £2,000 for Diabetes Research
Year 5 pupil Nico Baker decided to make two new year’s resolutions at school in January. The first was to look after his sister, Hannah, a pupil in Year 4 at Radnor House, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes a year ago. The second resolution was to raise as much money as he can for JDRF, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
27th Feb 2015Read More
Showing of Macbeth at The Orange Tree Theater, Richmond - Perfect for Year 10
Year 10 are currently studying Macbeth by William Shakespeare; taking in a performance at The Orange Tree Theater would greatly enhance their understanding of the play and, hopefully, their Controlled Assessment!
24th Feb 2015Read More
New Sixth Form Common Room
We are very pleased to announce that plans have been approved for a new Sixth Form Common Room to be built on a second level within the existing Chapel. The Common Room will be available for the enjoyment of our L6 and U6 students during their time in the Sixth Form as an area to study and socialise in that is very much theirs.
17th Feb 2015Read More
Sixth Form Historians' visit to Auschwitz
Two Sixth Formers accompanied Mr Winterburn for an unforgettable day trip at Auschwitz. As ambassadors, they have been tasked with sharing the memories and ensuring schoolchildren understand what happened during the holocaust. Mr Winterburn recalls the day's events below:-
05th Feb 2015Read More
This week is Radnor House's annual 'E-Safety Week', where we provide information and advice to both parents and pupils on how to stay safe online. Our focus this year is on bridging the gap between generations and encouraging an open and honest conversation about e-safety in the family home.
04th Feb 2015Read More
Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat
The School production of Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th February. Don't forget to collect your free tickets from reception. Only 150 tickets available for each night. Drinks will be served at 6pm, with the show commencing at 6.30pm - don't miss it.
28th Jan 2015Read More
The Radnor Junior School Christmas play is in the news!
The inaugural Junior School Christmas play was a huge success, with Radnor pupils putting on a marvellous production.
19th Dec 2014Read More