Maple Walk Prep School
62A Crownhill Road, London, NW10 4EB
020 8963 3890
|Head Teacher||Mrs S Gillam|
|Co-ed Age Range||4-11|
|Number of pupils||190|
|Day fees per annum||£3,580 per term|
|Average Class Size||20|
Maple Walk, judged excellent in all areas (ISI Inspection, March 2020), is a happy, vibrant, exceptional value prep school for boys and girls aged 4-11 in north west London, nurturing children's wellbeing and academic best through fun, kindness and respect for one another.
We provide a safe, supportive and stimulating environment with small class sizes for outstanding learning and personal development where children flourish, developing self-confidence, self-esteem and social awareness.
Cultivating a growth mindset, Maple Walk’s innovative, creative curriculum underpinned by academic rigour instils a love of learning and resilience ensuring each child is well prepared for whatever the future holds. The numerous opportunities outside the classroom are fundamental to the school day. Through sporting activities, first class music, art and drama, we encourage every child to find their own particular strength with many gaining scholarships at top independent secondary schools. We are proud pupils receive secondary offers of their choice and often with multiple offers!
Our enriching selection of after school clubs allows pupils to explore a diverse range of activities beyond the school day including skateboarding, gymnastics, animation, robotics and plenty more.
Known as 'the small school with a big heart', we have a great school community and that strong community spirit goes beyond the school gates connecting and building relationships with the local community.
We are housed in purpose-built accommodation and comes with a host of eco credentials, including a ground source heat pump for our heating and hot water, solar PV panels for electricity and a growing sedum roof to attract local wildlife.
Entry into Reception is non-selective and based on the date the completed registration form is returned to our Registrar, with siblings given priority. Entry higher up the school is by interview and informal assessment in the classroom.