Kew House School
Kew House, 6 Capital Interchange Way, London, TW8 0EX, Middlesex
0208 742 2038
|Headmaster||Mr Will Williams|
|Co-ed Age Range||11-18|
|Number of pupils||550|
|Day fees per annum||£7,450 per term|
|Average Class Size||22|
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Located in West London, Kew House School is a co-educational, independent senior school for pupils aged 11-18 years. Owned by the Gardener Schools Group, a family founded company set up in 1991 and celebrating 30 years this year, Kew House is the sister school to Ravenscourt Park Preparatory School, Kew Green Preparatory School and Maida Vale Senior School.
Kew House School takes a modern and pioneering approach to every aspect of school life. The school recognises and enhances the individual abilities of each child, welcoming pupils with varying academic profiles and placing emphasis on confidence, self-esteem and creativity.
By operating a true 'Open Door' policy that welcomes parents and members of the wider community to become a part of school life, Kew House has developed the feeling of a family and social hub that provides emotional support and security for all pupils and employees.
Sport is an important part of the curriculum and Kew House pupils achieve national and regional championship. Pupils benefit from using state of the art facilities at sporting locations just a stone's throw away from the school, including professional tennis courts and cricket grounds. Just a short walk from the River Thames, rowing is also part of the curriculum.
In September 2017, Kew House opened a brand new Sixth Form Centre which benefits from a beautifully designed independent learning centre on the ground floor. Facilities include a Sixth Form Cafe, library, roof terrace, audio-visual suite, recording studio and Sixth Form seminar rooms.
Following an inspection of the school in February 2018 by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), Kew House was particularly delighted to learn from the lead inspector that the results of the student and parent questionnaires were the most positive they had ever seen.