An outstanding independent school for girls and boys from 9 - 18 years
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.
Pupils at Radnor House are able to study a breadth of GCSE Subjects to allow a balance of study to keep a variety of A Level, university and career options open. The GCSE's that are available for our pupils are outlined in the booklet below. Pupils select GCSE options in the spring term of Year 9.
♀ Tom in Year 5 enjoyed a kayak past our lovely school building during half term last week - what perfect weather for it! ♀ What did you get up to over half term email: firstname.lastname@example.org #radnorhousetogether #stayconnectedrht #remotelearning @radnorsport #kayaking https://t.co/VHDrdw4Xi1
It was lovely today to reopen the school building & welcome back Yr 6 pupils. Despite challenges of restricted class sizes & social distancing rules, we managed to have a productive day - doing some work, getting some exercise and, above all, seeing friends again. #backtoschool https://t.co/Iw7NLyuXpC
♀'How Gymnasts Read A Book' ♀ Here is Eva in Year 5 getting involved with another challenge with her gymnastics group - apparently this is how gymnasts read a book! Seriously impressive Eva! #gymnastics #radnorhousetogether #stayconnectedrht #read #remotelearning https://t.co/aSXKGwUM8q
We are delighted that our lovely school nurse Katie (RGN) was on hand to help us welcome back Year 6 pupils today. She will be helping us keep all our school community safe and supported. Thank you nurse Katie! #schoolnurse #welcomeback #year6 #backtoschool #stayconnectedrht https://t.co/tmsYcHS0Be
WELCOME BACK YEAR 6 Today, we are delighted to welcome back Year 6 to the school building for their first day back to learning in school. We're looking forward to the day when we can welcome all our wonderful pupils back. #backtoschool #year6 #stayconnectedrht #remotelearning https://t.co/eFku0qX2kS
Year 5 enjoyed the opportunity to immerse themselves in some fabulous virtual creative writing workshops with Emma Beswetherick, author of the Wishing Star series of books. Emma has adapted the original workshop that had been scheduled in school for a series of 'virtual' live workshops...
We are delighted and very proud of the outcome of our latest school inspection. Rated 'Excellent' across all areas by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in February 2020. The full report is available to view below.
Today was the last day of learning in school for the majority of our pupils for a significant time period of time, as instructed by the government. We will remain open next week for children of Key Workers as previously communicated.
We were delighted to welcome Mark Davies - Chair of British Rowing, who was in conversation with Mr Oliver Wheatley in front of an enthusiastic crowd of Radnor rowers as part of our Academic Enrichment Programme.
The scientist Marie Curie once said: ‘Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.’ If that is not the perfect summary of recent events, I don’t know what is.
In our household, we often talk about having our own mantras. I can never quite decide what mine would be. ‘It’s not rocket science’ is probably the phrase I use most often, but since I know nothing about how to propel a projectile into space, I am not really very well...
There may not be as many laugh out loud moments as usual at the moment, but I had one inadvertently on Sunday morning when I was flicking through the BBC news website, where they show a copy of the front pages of the main national newspapers each day. The Mail on Sunday is about the last paper...
There was another step along the road towards a more normal existence this week, when I was able to have the first discussion in months with my senior colleagues about our strategic planning for the future. Almost everything we have done since March has been short-term, wit...
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Remote assessments are available and can be completed by arrangement with our admissions department.