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Northcote Lodge

Northcote Lodge

26 Bolingbroke Grove, London, SW11 6EL

020 8682 8888


admissions@northwoodschools.com

www.northwoodschools.com

Northcote Lodge
School type Boys' Day
Headmaster Clive Smith-Langridge
Boys Age Range 8-13
Number of pupils 260
Day fees per annum £6,880 per term
Average Class Size 15, Max 20
Associations IAPS

Northcote Lodge is a boys’ preparatory school in South West London which offers the very best in modern education within a traditional setting to ensure that we bring out the best in boys. It is part of the Northwood Schools’ family which includes our feeder pre-prep school, Broomwood Hall Lower School, our sibling girls’ prep school, Broomwood Hall Upper School and our soon-to-open co-educational secondary school, NorthWood Senior.

Northcote Lodge is unique within London; it offers all the benefits of a country education without leaving town: we’re large enough to offer an education of real substance but small enough to ensure that no boy slips through the net. Our focus is on educating the ‘whole boy’ so each boy can find something that excites and motivates him, whether this be drama, reading, science, maths, ICT, sports, music or art. Our sports team includes FA, RFU, and ECB qualified staff with a wealth of experience of playing sport to a high level who aim to inspire our pupils to enjoy and work hard in all sports, offering a high quality and wide varied sporting programme for all. Alongside academic excellence, we also place great value on manners and respect for others. It is these softer, but essential skills that will equip a boy for life beyond his senior school into a future workplace where collaboration, creativity and innate self-confidence will matter more than ever. We also offer plenty of extra-curricular opportunities and the benefit of doing all written homework at school.

Our main entry points are 8 with an additional entry at 11 for boys interested in boarding. Entry is automatic for boys coming from Broomwood Hall Lower School. Whilst some boys do leave at 11, most leave us at 13 and regularly win places and scholarships in all subjects to some of the country’s leading public schools – both day and boarding..