An outstanding independent school for girls and boys from 2 - 18 years
The Radnor House Sevenoaks Pre Prep offers 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.
Congratulations to our amazing team of 50+children aged just 8 years above and their parents who reached the summit of Ben Nevis at the weekend despite the freezing, conditions! They have raised over £3000 for our school charities to donate please go to https://t.co/ceyLzvUYtv https://t.co/IA85vkNjQ4
It was wonderful to welcome back all of our Prep School children and parents today and we are delighted to see so many new pupils join our amazing school this term. Senior and Sixth form pupils.... we look forward to welcoming you to school on Monday! https://t.co/pbVnA67RpE
The Year 11 and 13 students at Radnor House Sevenoaks have achieved the best results in the school’s history. Following a challenging two-years of GCSE and A-level study, our students have shown true courage and perseverance to secure outstanding attainment. At GCSE, 57% of grades awa...
Last week a new professional cricket competition has launched called The Hundred and we are delighted to announce that our very own Director of Cricket, Miss Susie Rowe, is playing in The Hundred competition for the London Spirit team.
It was an absolute joy to meet in person in a socially distanced way at the Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks to witness the outstanding Year 6 production of “Olivia!” by Malcolm Sircom.
Student's and the wider school community have impressed all the teachers of the school with their level of engagement and enthusiasm during this term of online learning.
News this week has been encouraging with regard to a potential reduction of restrictions in September.
I gave an assembly this morning to the Senior School. I planned it yesterday with a focus on the Gay Liberation movement and LGBTQ Pride celebrations of diverse sexual orientation and gender identities.
I am not sure appreciation is a gift to give or receive once a year like a birthday present.
Our outstanding Head of Pre Prep, Ms Faye Green, has reflected on the recent BBC report regarding the negative effects of lockdown on speech and language skill development in EYFS. Here’s what she has to say:
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