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.
Year 5 to 8 preseason rugby training takes place this Friday (3rd) from 10-12 at Teddington Cricket Club.
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.
As part of our Academic Enrichment Programme, we welcomed Dr Josh Wolrich to talk to our senior pupils about 'Getting Comfortable Being Wrong', which focused on the efforts he has made on social media to challenge nutrition fads and unhealthy diets
Junior School pupils in Year 5 and Year 6 took part in a highly interactive workshop based on the TV show Ready, Steady Cook, raising awareness about Healthy Eating.
Junior School pupils in Year 5 and 6 visit Keats' House to discover more about his life and poetry.
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