We are delighted that our senior school will be moving to the magnificent Kneller Hall from September 2023. This thirty-acre estate will be the new home for our pupils from Year 7 through to Sixth Form.
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.
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.
Is this the best photo taken this term?! Those little faces are the U11 netball team who enjoyed a day out at the @ISAsportUK U11A tournament today! They battled & but they never lost those smiles! Well done to the whole squad @RadnorHouseTW #perseverance https://t.co/i1ex32IFzs
Take a look below for any @RadnorHouseTW 11-17 year olds who like running #RadnorSport https://t.co/DoQJ2OLpLd
Speaking up in final minutes of the General Assembly https://t.co/gEiUneMoFm
Day 3/3 at the Haileybury MUN and the pupils are building up to the General Assembly https://t.co/XqxtSA3vVV
Our delegates hard at work debating resolutions at the Haileybury MUN. Day 2/3 https://t.co/hIG7opVxYH
Another super afternoon of sport, this time Netball with the U15 A & B. With the @ISAsportUK U15 Tournament next week it was great to get in a practice match v @LEHSport Well done to POMS : Emily Scarlett #courage #perseverance @RadnorHouseTW https://t.co/U7Rb1VIHW9
Strong performance from our girls U15 football team! #proud #girlsfootball #teamwork https://t.co/fKPT79lF6v
Happy World Book Day! Our pupils love reading, and our Junior School dressed up for World Book Day with many activities to enjoy, including a trip to Waterstones to meet the wonderful author Emma Beswetherick. @DukesEducation @Waterstones #worldbookday #readmorebooks https://t.co/eokblXJNxs
You can always count on having a nutritious treat at Radnor House Our fantastic catering team put together a healthy Kale bar with salads and smoothies for lunch today for our pupils! @DukesEducation @HolroydHowe #healtyeating #healthyfood #schoollife #schoollunch https://t.co/ZrpC6a4SBx
Interrupted some of our pupils during their professional Tennis lesson to capture some of the smiley faces Swipe right to see the pupils in action! @DukesEducation #tennis #beyondtheclassroom #schoollife #tennislessons #RadnorClubs https://t.co/VgiiIFlBuW
Introducing the launch of the Radnor House Peter Jones Enterprise Academy
We have been awarded the Silver Award for the School Mental Health Award from the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools, Leeds Beckett University in association with Minds Ahead.
It is with deep sadness that we learn of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Radnor House community joins the nation in offering our sincere condolences to the Royal Family at this very sad time. Her loss will be deeply felt across the country, and the rest of the world.
Today our Year 5 Pupils stepped out of Radnor House and into Roman Britain
As part of the process of deciding what to write about this week, I was flicking through my notes from recent books and stories that have caught my attention when I came across a headline that I spotted on the BBC news website last summer: ‘Man Fleeing Wiltshire Crash Scene Attacked by Emus...
This week’s offering is a second and final visit to Oliver Burkeman’s ‘Four Thousand Weeks (Time and How to Use It)’, which did not entirely float my boat and solve all my problems, but which nevertheless provided some interesting food for thought and reminded me of a piece o...
Before changing course to consider the best way to spend the limited time we are allotted in this world, which I appreciate is quite a significant topic, I need to tidy up a final point from Simon Kuper’s study of the Oxford Tory elite, in all their lack of glory, as highlighted in the last co...
Following on from last week’s review of ‘Chums’ by Simon Kuper, it feels like there is enough material from the book to justify another blog. Above all, I need to reinforce what I took to be the key message, which is that the people who have been in charge of running our coun...