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An outstanding independent school for girls and boys from 2 to 18

  • 25 Mar
    Mar 25 2024 3:50:43 PM

    Radnor’s commitment to community service is extensive and underlined by our annual ‘Make a Difference Day’ (MaDD) which sees the whole school (less those studying for exams) volunteer a whole day of service to charitable and voluntary organisations around us. 

  • 18 Mar
    Mar 18 2024 12:54:16 PM

    Mr Scott, Subject Leader for Geography and Sociology writes: On 6 March Year 9 went on a trip to Wisley Gardens as part of a combined Geography, Art and PSHEE trip. During the trip the students were able to develop their artistic ability, mindfulness strategies and understanding of how ecosystems...

  • 18 Mar
    Mar 18 2024 11:37:17 AM

    Mrs Nadia Brice, Radnor House Careers Lead writes:  As part of National Careers Week, students from Years 10, 11 and 12 had the opportunity to attend a Careers Networking Event on Tuesday. Year 10 pupils were invited for the first time and had a special assembly beforehand to help them think...

  • 18 Mar
    Mar 18 2024 11:29:59 AM

    We celebrated our love of reading in style across both the Prep and the Senior Schools, as part of our World Book Day celebrations. We enjoyed a range of literacy-focussed activities from creating toilet roll book characters, taking part in quizzes in classes and online with other schools across the...

  • 02 Apr
    Apr 2 2024 9:46:15 AM

    Transitioning from primary school to secondary school can be a big change for children, and parents play a crucial role in supporting their child during this time. Here are some tips from Alison Robinson, Head of House and Head of Art at Radnor, to help parents facilitate a smooth transition fo...

  • 22 Mar
    Mar 22 2024 10:09:03 AM

    Imagine a school where your child is encouraged to understand the world around them….

  • 18 Mar
    Mar 18 2024 12:13:50 PM

    As the summer exams approach, many students experience heightened levels of stress and anxiety. As parents, it is crucial to provide the necessary support and guidance to help your children manage their stress effectively. The following strategies will help you and your children navigate...

  • 14 Mar
    Mar 14 2024 8:09:16 AM

    I regularly meet with parents who are concerned about their child’s neurodiversity or special educational need.  We are naturally inclined to provide every possible support for our children and when we sense there might be a challenge in the classroom or our child could be falling behind...

Radnor House Sevenoaks School

Combe Bank Drive
TN14 6AE

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