An outstanding independent school for girls and boys from 9 - 18 years
We are delighted that you are considering Radnor House for the next stage of your child's academic journey. We are renowned for our 'encouragement rather than pressure' approach to educating children, with proven outcomes of not only academic success but in the confident and more importantly, happy young adults who leave us to join the wider world after Sixth Form.
Radnor House Junior School, where every day promises an exciting new experience, where you will find happy, friendly and dynamic pupils actively engaged in all aspects of their learning. Junior School at Radnor House starts in Year 5, pupils transition directly from the Junior School to the Secondary School with no further assessment required.
The Senior School is the largest section of the school and comprises Year 7 to Year 11. Through excellent Pastoral Care, clear guidance and a true focus on the individual, pupils in the Senior School are fully supported in achieving their potential, both academically and personally.
The Sixth Form is an exciting time in every young person’s school career where they take the final steps towards adulthood.
Burpee's squats, bar swings and weights all in the one session here with @RadnorHouseTW - that's MINT Conditioning. We design & deliver strength and conditioning programmes for schools to boost their students physical performance and just as importantly mental confidence. #fit https://t.co/mGlrNbK1X7
Odd Socks Day marks the start of Anti Bullying Week. Our pupils will be spending time during the week to learn more about bullying, how to help and where to seek help from. Click the link in our bio to learn more! #AntiBullyingWeek #OddSocksDay #OneKindWord #RHTWellbeing https://t.co/Tatz7vaIqH
Remember to wear your odd socks today! To mark the start of Anti Bullying Week, Monday 15th November is #oddsocksday . All our pupils and staff will be wearing odd socks to school to raise awareness, celebrate and embrace our differences! #onekindword #AntiBullyingWeek https://t.co/zsOcsTRNAK
Remembrance Day Today marks the day World War One ended 103 years ago. At Radnor House, we are taking time today to learn about this day and pay our respects to all who sacrificed their lives in the war. #RemembranceDay #ArmisticeDay #LestWeForget #WeWillRememberThem https://t.co/itWGAhKHm6
Day 3 of Maths Week! Yesterday, some of our Year 6 pupils were tasked with a more complex mathematical mystery that involved probability calculations. Swipe for yesterday's answer and a new question! #Maths #MathsWeek #RHTMaths #RadnorHouse https://t.co/Jb8fCXQ8fZ
Book now to visit & see our new Sixth Form Study Centre and Common Room on the 2️⃣2️⃣nd September . Meet our Sixth Form Team and discuss your A Level Options. • Find out about how Radnor House can enable you to succeed in this next crucial stage of your academic career. . Rated 'Outstanding' 2020 ISI inspection! Click link in bio to book . #radnorhousesixthform . #twickenham . #sixthform
With such fantastic GCSE results today, here are a few more photos of our happy Year 11's celebrating! Enjoy the rest of your summer and we look forward to seeing many of you in September for Sixth Form! #gcse2021 #radnorsixthform #radnorjourney #sixthform
It was wonderful to see so many of our Year 11 pupils, parents & staff today to celebrate these outstanding results! Our pupils have shown amazing resilience and worked extremely hard, we are so proud of them all. A huge thank you to all our staff who have worked tirelessly to nurture, educate and support our pupils to help them achieve these results. Also an enormous thanks to all the parents and families for their unwavering support during this time! Well done to all and we look forward to welcoming back our pupils in September as they join our Sixth Form to start their A Level study. #radnorjourney #sixthform #radnorsixthform #gcseresults
Huge congratulations to our Year 11's on their outstanding GCSE results received today! We are immensely proud of you all for your hard work, determination and courage! Radnor House is once again celebrating its best ever GCSE results, with an overall pass rate of 100% and with 71% of the grades at 7-9, with some outstanding individual performances. Head, Darryl Wideman, said: "Our Year 11 cohort can feel exceptionally proud of their GCSE results, both individually and collectively. They have faced an extraordinary set of challenges in the last eighteen months, but they have shown tremendous resilience throughout. These grades are the least they deserve after all their hard work and perseverance – very well done! I would also like to thank the staff at the school for the exceptional effort that went into compiling this year's grades. Their hard work and dedication also deserve enormous credit!" #hardworkpaysoffs #radnorjourney #gcseresults
Wishing good luck all our Year 11 pupils receiving their GCSE results tomorrow. We will be there to welcome you & our Sixth Form Team will be available to discuss and advise you on your A Level options. #radnorjourney #gcseresults #radnorsixthform
We are so proud of our Radnor House Sixth Form pupils today who celebrated the school's best ever A Level results, with a 100% pass rate and 58% of the grades at A* and A, with some outstanding individual successes. Most importantly, over 90% have secured a place at their first choice university, many of them at Russell Group institutions! Head, Darryl Wideman, commented, "This cohort of pupils has faced huge challenges during their time in the Sixth Form, but they have shown exemplary resilience and can reflect with justifiable pride on an outstanding set of grades, both individually and collectively. There was much to celebrate this year, we wish all our leavers well as they move on, and we congratulate them for everything they have achieved. I would also like to thank the staff at the school for the exceptional effort that went into compiling this year's grades. Their hard work and dedication also deserve enormous credit." Well done to all and wishing you every success in your onward journeys! Keep in touch #RadnorHouseAlumni #classof2021 #alevelresultsday #radnorjourney #hardworkspaysoff
We would like to wish all our Year 13 pupils receiving their A Level Results the very best of luck #hardworkpaysoff #alevelresultsday #classof2021 #radnorjourney
Booking is now open for School Open Day events! Click the link in our bio or visit our website to reserve your place to visit us in the Autumn. We are hosting two whole school open days on Saturday 2nd October and 13th November. Our Sixth Form Open Evening is on Wednesday 22nd September. We look forward to meeting you! #RHTOpenDay2021 . . . #schoolopenday #schoolevents #twickenham #teddington #richmond
Lovely to see over 30 pupils in school today to take their LAMDA exams! So much hard work and practice during lockdown and at school. We have fingers crossedfor the results. Thanks to Mr Loizou who teaches all our pupils LAMDA lessons for his incredible hard work and dedication! #lamda @lamdadrama
A huge well done to Imogen for rowing ♀️ so hard today in the quarter finals @henleywregatta whilst not managing the win, you did yourself and all at Radnor House proud! The First Radnor House Woman representation at Henley and we are sure it won't be the last! #rowing
Dukes Education is delighted to announce the purchase of Kneller Hall in Twickenham – alongside plans to transform the grade II-listed Ministry of Defence (MoD) building into a brand new, state-of-the-art Upper School for nearby Radnor House
Today our Year 5 Pupils stepped out of Radnor House and into Roman Britain
ISA Award Finalist for Excellence & Innovation in Mental Health & Wellbeing We are delighted to announce that Radnor House has been shortlisted as a Finalist for the ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Our lucky Junior School pupils enjoyed a virtual author visit from Emma Beswetherick, author of the Playdate Adventure series.
Last week’s blog may not have ended on the most thrilling of cliffhangers, but I was conscious that I was well beyond my notional word limit and I had yet to explain three more pictures that I took at a memorial garden in Kelso during our trip to Scotland at half term. It is not usually...
Before I started the formal part of last week’s Remembrance Day assemblies, I showed the pupils a few photographs, which were in effect part of my collection of holiday snaps from half term. We had decided not to risk having to pay hundreds of pounds in Covid test costs in order to go ab...
Our Remembrance Day assemblies this week gave us the chance to come together as a school community and focus on the sacrifice of others. The last group of pupils from the school who were able to visit the battlefields of the First World War were then in Year 9 and are now in the Lower Sixth, w...
In my assemblies this week, I have been talking to the pupils in more detail about our Values Wheel and why I believe it is so important. The framed posters of the wheel now adorn pretty much every spare surface in the school, but I wanted to emphasise to the children the reasons why we did th...
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