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Broomwood Hall Upper School

Broomwood Hall Upper School

68-74 Nightingale Lane, London, SW12 8NR

020 8682 8810



Broomwood Hall Upper School
School type Girls' Day
Headmistress Mrs Carole Jenkinson
Girls Age Range 8-13
Number of pupils 240
Day fees per annum £6,880 per term
Average Class Size Max 20
Associations IAPS

Broomwood Hall Upper School is a girls’ preparatory school in South West London offering an all-round education for girls aged 8-13 that incorporates lots of art, music, drama and sport and most importantly, equips them with skills for life, not just the next school. It is part of the Northwood Schools’ family which includes our feeder pre-prep school, Broomwood Hall Lower School, our sibling boys’ prep school, Northcote Lodge and our soon-to-open co-educational secondary school, NorthWood Senior.

We are a traditional school, embracing values that promote the ‘soft’ skills such as kindness, collaboration, creativity, good communication, and a sense of community. However we are also a modern school, coupling the very latest in educational thinking and practice with an eye on the increasingly automated workplaces that our girls will enter in the future and equipping them with the skills that they’ll need to succeed in the years to come. These include: critical thinking, confidence, self-discipline, resilience, organisation, teamwork, creativity, a sense of duty and responsibility, good manners, courtesy and tolerance of others. Our motto, ‘To do your best, to be your best’ exemplifies the ethos of the school. Through this approach we help each girl develop to the best of her individual ability and believe that a supportive but focused environment, without undue stress or ‘hot-housing’, is the best way to enable each girl to fulfil her potential, both inside and outside the classroom.

Our main entry points are at ages 8 and 11. Entry is automatic for girls coming from the Lower School. We take pride in the breadth of our curriculum and get wonderful results in all areas with girls regularly winning awards and scholarships at both 11 and 13, in all subjects, to some of the country’s best schools, both day and boarding.