Sport plays a huge part in the life of all pupils at Radnor House, providing the opportunity to express themselves physically while also developing camaraderie, leadership skills and teamwork. We have a rigorous curriculum sports programme and an extensive co-curricular provision.

Sport is hosted at first-class facilities, including use of the St Mary’s University playing fields at Teddington Lock, where our pupils enjoy a full-size hockey Astroturf pitch and netball courts, and use of the Sir Mo Farah athletics track on the university’s main site. We also have our own multi-use netball and tennis court in Grotto Road, and our younger pupils enjoy swimming at Teddington Pool. In Year 7, pupils are encouraged to start rowing at Twickenham Rowing Club, which is just a short walk from the school.

An exciting addition to our sports provision comes through a new long-term partnership with Teddington Cricket Club, creating an impressive facility in Bushy Park to strengthen the existing programmes for our boys and to allow significant developments for girls’ football and cricket. These superb opportunities will help all our sportsmen and sportswomen further develop their skills and enhance their rounded and grounded Radnor House experience.

Sport plays a huge part in the life of all pupils at Radnor House, providing the opportunity to express themselves physically while also developing camaraderie, leadership skills and teamwork. We have a rigorous curriculum sports programme and an extensive co-curricular provision.

Radnor House School is delighted to announce a new long term partnership with Teddington Cricket Club for use of the New Pavilion and extensive sports grounds. This is a video from Reed Watts Architects showing the new pavilion concept.