The transition from Junior school into Senior school is an exciting time and one that requires support and guidance. Year 7 and 8 are important years in the life of your child and the pastoral support and guidance provided in these years will set them up for the rest of their school journey.
The Lower School pupils are instantly made to feel at home in their new school and comfortable as they adjust to secondary school life. We aim to build on pupils' existing skills, helping them to achieve their full potential. Being in the Lower School will present your child with endless opportunities for success both in and outside the classroom.
Celebration of success is a focus every week in the Lower School, with weekly assemblies to highlight outstanding achievements and to reflect on the outside world. Lower School pupils are encouraged to demonstrate the Radnor House core values of courage, respect, perseverance and excellence and strive to better themselves in everything they do. The care that is offered from the Form Tutor will help your child make better choices in their learning and to grow as independent learners. The typical Lower School pupil is enthusiastic about academic and co-curricular life and creative in the ways they approach learning and lessons. They are polite and honest and are proud of their school and identity.