An outstanding independent school for girls and boys from 2½ - 18 years
The Radnor House Sevenoaks Nursery offers outstanding care and education for boys and girls from two and a half years old.
Welcome to the Radnor House Prep School, where you will find happy, friendly and dynamic pupils, engaged in all aspects of their learning.
At Radnor House Sevenoaks Senior school we provide all our pupils with the skills they need to succeed in their studies and co-curricular activities.
Radnor House Sevenoaks Sixth Form provides a caring and friendly environment in which you will be encouraged to enjoy a sense of freedom and independence balanced with an increased responsibility for yourself, the school and the community.
We celebrated this year's fundraising efforts for our local, national and international charities by presenting cheques to members from our chosen charities and hearing from them about how this money has already helped their amazing work. Read more here: https://t.co/wUXw0haops https://t.co/JUZu7ZOgFY
In half term, 30 of our Year 10-Year 13 students went to Iceland to explore the country’s extreme natural environment as part of our science and geography curriculum.
This week the Independent Schools Association (ISA) hosted their Arts Awards, and Radnor pupils showed true excellence!
It has been a wet and chilly start back to the term or sport- but this did not stop our teams from playing with determination, perseverance and brilliance! Well done to all who played this week.
In October half-term, 3 of our senior pupils and Mrs Southgate travelled to our sister school in Namakoko Uganda in order to work on some building projects for the school and afterwards were also able to enjoy a few safaris!
Along with 39 other intrepid climbers ranging in age from 9 to 'slightly' more than four score and ten, we ventured to Britain’s wettest place at the weekend to take on the mighty Scafell Pike. It was a weekend of records for the team because not only was our departure po...
Autumn is the time of year for Upper Sixth Form students across the country to make decisions about which university to apply to. They will be doing their homework and visiting as many as possible whilst trying to stay on top of their various A-Level courses. Having been a Head of Sixth...
I wonder how many parents regularly hear the request for, ‘just a few more minutes on the computer…’ before that typical argument about how much time is enough? I never cease to be amazed by how engaged children are online. We shouldn’t be too surprised however...
Guest Blog written by Rebecca le Poer Trench.
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