This new school will have the largest campus of any independent school in Southwest London, which will allow us to grow and develop a unique educational experience as part of the Dukes Education family. Over half the campus is designated as Metropolitan Open Land, which means it must be retained as green space for the pupils to explore and enjoy.
New facilities for sport, performing arts and outdoor learning will offer exciting opportunities for pupils to pursue their interests and develop their skills, while new science laboratories, design and technology classrooms, Forest School and nature reserve will add breadth and depth to the pupils’ day-to-day experiences.
The curriculum in the classroom will work towards GCSE and A Level, with the added innovation of timetabled lessons to focus on making connections between different subjects, allowing time and space to think more widely about how learning needs to be multi-disciplined.
Kneller Hall will offer a modern education in a traditional setting, modelled on the successful foundations that have been laid at Radnor House, where we promote a values-based approach that puts kindness and compassion high on the agenda, uses encouragement rather than pressure to achieve success, and urges all our pupils to do what they are asked to do – and then a little bit more.