An outstanding independent school for girls and boys from 2 to 18
The Radnor House Sevenoaks Nursery and Pre Prep offer outstanding care and education for boys and girls from two 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.
New government guidance backs head teachers in prohibiting the use of mobile phones throughout the school day, including break times. Lisa Kerr, principal of Gordonstoun school, discusses the schools overwhelmingly positive, yet firm mobile-phone policy. https://t.co/Am2YmJufYd
Last term, during our 'Discovery Day', the Eco Committee launched its first competition of the academic year! The task was to create a 'Reduce Reuse Recycle' poster as this linked with one of the Round Square Ideals of 'Environmentalism'. We received some in...
In the latest podcast from Radnor Radio, produced and written by pupils, Harrison Kirby talks to our Head, David Paton. Listen to the episode here.
Round Square Service Project Louis Van Den Rijse, Head Student writes: Round Square is an internationally diverse network of 250+ like-minded schools in 50 countries. Round Square holds International Service Projects in different countries and I applied to participate for the project in T...
Tom Green, PE and Games Teacher and Assistant Head Co-curricular writes: A selection of Radnor's finest runners braved the freezing temperatures and glorious mud at Dartford Central Park to compete in the Kent Schools Cross Country Championship. As ever with this competition, there is th...
A report from The Resolution Foundation leads David Paton to ask: why are our young people suffering like never before?
Following recently released guidance by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), employers, must now take menopause seriously and provide reasonable adjustments for their employees. For schools, this is a very welcome addition as many have been slow to adapt their working practices i...
Involving your child in the decision-making process when choosing their secondary school can be beneficial. It allows them to have a sense of ownership and responsibility for their education, which can lead to increased motivation and engagement in their studies. However, it’s essen...
The latest media storm over government plans to ban mobile phones in schools, is, as Rachel Sylvester says in today’s Times, rather overblown. Most schools, like ours, already have strict guidelines on use and those that don’t are strengthening their policies.
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