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.
Year 5 celebrated Earth Day yesterday & had a fabulous time planting a herb garden on our stunning Riverside Terrace! They had a very healthy debate about what changes we could make to help #restoreourearth & make every day an Earth Day #earthdayeveryday #EarthDay2021 https://t.co/COAJjIkLg8
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek starts today. Help us to get the school and the nation talking about nature and mental health. Take a moment to celebrate nature in your daily life Take a photo, video or sound recording & share the connections you've made with us by email on email@example.com #connectwithnature #radnorhousewellbeing . . Reposted from @mentalhealthfoundation
What a fabulous prize for Amity in Year 5 who won first place In the "Springiest Spring" Photo Competition. The competition was run by @academicsltd for budding artists and photographers to celebrate Spring 2021. Well done Amity! . . . #spring #springtime #radnorhouseschool
Last Friday our girls & boys enjoyed our very first inter school fixture in 14 months! Year 9 cricket v Kew House. A win for Radnor! Warwick as man of the match with 23 runs off 17 balls and a wicket maiden. #Cricket #manofthematch
Year 8 Ukulele Fun! We are delighted that we have been able to provide a packed timetable of clubs and lessons in a Covid safe way for our pupils to enjoy! True Radnor Spirit from all our staff and pupils! . . . #perserverance #ukulele
One week until our Virtual Open Day! If you would like to find out more about life at Radnor House and our outstanding provision, the Virtual Open Day is a brilliant opportunity to hear from our Head, Darryl Wideman, and a selection of staff from our key departments. Head to the Open Days and Tours section of our website to book your place and find out more. . . . #londonschools #westlondonschools #radnorhouseschool
Congratulations to our winners . We are delighted to announce that our pupils were outstanding in the national translation and transcreation competition with British Languages Champions. Working on a 'real life' corporate translation project for Land's End Clothing, Lottie won First place, Oliver came a close Second, and three Highly Commended awards were achieved by Emily, Quentin and Rebecca! Many congratulations to them all for an outstanding result in a nation-wide competition. . . . @businesslanguagechampions #translation #radnorhouseschool
We would like to wish the best of luck to all Year 7 and 8 pupils who are participating in the @ukmathstrust Junior Maths Challenge today! We are very proud of our budding mathematicians here at Radnor House and know they will do brilliantly! . . . #juniormathschallenge #mathsisfun #radnorjourney
✨Competition opportunity✨ Calling all budding artists! The Royal Academy of Art is taking submissions for the Young Artists' Summer Online Exhibition, for which the school is already registered. To submit artwork, pupils should follow the link in Friday's weekly bulletin, select 'student', then start typing 'Radnor House School' and it should appear in the dropdown list. It is open to everyone aged 5-19. Good luck to everyone who enters! . . . @royalacademyarts #youngartistsofinstagram #radnorhouseart #radnorhouse
Such great fun was had by Year 6 using these fabulous #boomwhackers in their music lesson today! . . #music #rhtperformingarts
Congratulations to Amity in Year 5 who has won the "Springiest Spring" Photo Competition with this entry. The competition was run by @academicsltd to celebrate Spring 2021 and search for budding artists and photographers. What a beautiful picture! . . . #spring #springtime #radnorhouseschool #backtoschool
Our lucky Junior School pupils enjoyed a virtual author visit from Emma Beswetherick, author of the Playdate Adventure series.
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.
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