Radnor House School

Radnor House is an excellent independent co-educational day school in Twickenham. Rated Outstanding.

Operating as usual

Photos from Radnor House School's post 06/12/2023

Yesterday Reverend Kevin Bell spoke at our latest Academic Enrichment talk. He discussed his life and the challenges he has faced throughout, from his job as a police officer in the 70s and 80s to his career as a military chaplain. He brought in his police hat and chaplain's cap, as well as his own and his fatherโ€™s medals to show the pupils.
This was followed by a reading from his book of poems, published in support of the War Widows Society, and he sang two of his own songs. A thoughtful and enjoyable talk, thank you very much to Rev Kevin for taking the time to speak to us.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 04/12/2023

Our Upper Sixth Business pupils went to the Tutor2u Grade Booster, a fast-paced revision session and a focus on essential exam techniques, all supported with online resources in preparation for their A Level exam next summer.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 04/12/2023

Last Friday's Christmas Mini-Mart was hugely popular with our pupils - there were lots of presents for family members bought, as well as chocolate for themselves!
Thank you to all who donated gifts and raffle prizes, and to all the parents who gave up their time to help out. It was great to see pupils who are taking part in the Charity Enterprise Challenge running their own stalls! This is a great charity fundraiser which the whole school loves getting involved with!

Photos from Radnor House School's post 01/12/2023

It is World AIDs Day today and Mr Cooper led an informative assembly dispelling myths about HIV and AIDs.

World AIDS Day 2023 celebrates the strength, resilience and diversity of the HIV community, while honouring the activists and campaigners whoโ€™ve driven change since the 1980s.

Help show support in the fight against HIV and wear a red ribbon which can be collected from Reception.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 30/11/2023

A couple of club action shots to brighten up your Thursday afternoon! Here are our pupils enjoying A capella, Basketball and Warhammer clubs yesterday๐ŸŽถ๐Ÿ€๐ŸŽจ


Join us for the next AEP talk on Tuesday 5th December from Reverend Kevin Bell, Vicar of All Hallows Church, Twickenham.
He will be speaking about his time and role as a military chaplain, what led him to his vocation; about his poetry, and a little about the seasonal time of year - Christmas and what it means to him. An accomplished poet, writer and singer, Father Kevin will be bringing his guitar and will be spreading a little Christmas cheer before the close of the term.


Congratulations to our pupils who took part in the UK-wide Senior Maths Challenge.
This was Radnor House's best performance with 10 of our pupils winning a Bronze Award and 5 pupils winning Silver! A special congratulations goes to Alex in Upper Sixth as our top performer.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 28/11/2023

We are very pleased to announce the three School Charities for 2023/2024 nominated and voted for by our school community.

Teenage Cancer Trust
London's Air Ambulance
Shooting Star Childrenโ€™s Hospices

All money raised throughout the year will be divided equally and donated to the charities. Last year we managed to raise an incredible ยฃ24,000! Scroll through for some details about how the donations will be spent.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 27/11/2023

Our pupils studying A Level English Literature took part in a study day at The Globe as part of their revision of one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies, โ€˜Othelloโ€™.

A tour of the theatre was followed by a lecture on different directorial decisions made in recent productions of the play, which provided a host of valuable insights. The pupils finished the day with a workshop from a Shakespearean actor on the importance of language in Iago and Othello's soliloquies.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 24/11/2023

Our talented Upper Sixth's artwork to celebrate the very first

Photos from Radnor House School's post 24/11/2023

Sophia and Cass in Upper Sixth led an assembly today raising awareness for White Ribbon Day which takes place tomorrow. White Ribbon Day is about demonstrating intolerance for violence against women and girls. At the end of the assembly all pupils had the opportunity to take and wear a white ribbon.

Richmond Council are hosting a White Ribbon walk on Saturday 9th December 2023 starting at 12.45pm, from Old Deer Park walking towards Richmond Station. The walks aim to encourage our community to make a stand against abusive behaviour. For more information about joining the walk, please head to the link below.


Photos from Radnor House School's post 23/11/2023

Our pupils are donating food and toiletries to Vineyard Community Food Bank over the festive period on a year-by-year rota. So far, Years 7, 8 and 9 have donated a huge amount of essential items that will help lots of families across the borough.

Next week, it is the turn of Years 10 and 11 to donate! All donations will be greatly received, the drop off point is in the Main Reception.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 22/11/2023

PC Farry from the Metropolitan Police visited us yesterday and shared valuable knowledge to the pupils of Year 10 on Online Safety, Bullying, Drugs and County Lines.

He also addressed 'Violence against women & girls' (VAWG) in the lead up to White Ribbon Day this Saturday. You can collect your white ribbon from Reception to help raise awareness and challenge the attitudes and behaviours that perpetuate violence for women and girls.

PC Farry's talk was very informative and left our Year 10s with lots to think about going forward.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 20/11/2023

Last Wednesday, the sun shone brightly for the annual Year 8 trip to Stonehenge and Bath. This extraordinary monument always impresses, generating many questions about how it could have been created so long ago.

After a picnic lunch, the trip moved on to Bath, where the Roman Baths were explored with great enthusiasm. A highlight for the children was talking to one of the character guides, a Roman mason, who made an excellent job of bringing the Roman world to life. They came away full of inspiration for their Roman Baths project!

Photos from Radnor House School's post 17/11/2023

GCSE Performing Arts pupils visited the Emerald City yesterday evening to see the award winning musical, Wicked! This was a wonderful opportunity to see the GCSE Music set work song 'Defying Gravity' in context.

The scale of the production really has to be seen to be believed and pupils were wowed by the performances, magical set, costumes and vocals. A spectacular treat for the end to the week!



This weekend is the Year 7 2024 Assessment Days, on Saturday 18th November and Sunday 19th November. We are really looking forward to welcoming your child to the school on your allocated day and hope that your child finds it a positive experience.

Please do get in touch with our friendly admissions team with any queries prior to the day on [email protected]


This week our pupils went on their first Sociology trip to the Emmanuel Centre for a 'Sociology in Action' Study Day. The speakers included the likes of Ann Oakley, Simon Harding and Professor Jason Arday.

Topics surrounded gender inequality, racism and spiking crime rates in London and allowed the opportunity for pupils to see the disparities in the world around them and ask questions to all of the key speakers.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 15/11/2023

Last Friday, our Year 7 pupils embarked on a gothic-themed adventure to Strawberry Hill House, enhancing their understanding of 'The Woman in Black' for their English lessons and delving into local history.

Horace Walpole, writer and politician, designed the building with pinnacles, turrets and towers in the 17th century, and wrote the first gothic novel 'The Castle of Otranto', following a nightmare he had inside its walls.

During the trip, the pupils experienced four different activity workshops; from drama freeze frames, to dressing up and acting, exploring gothic literature in contemporary media, and a spine-chilling tour of the house. ๐Ÿฐ ๐Ÿ“

Photos from Radnor House School's post 14/11/2023

Some of our Year 7 pupils were visited this morning by local historical children's author, Catherine Randall, and received an insight into her research and writing process.๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ“

Catherine's book 'The White Phoenix' was set during the Great Fire of London and she is now writing her second book which takes place in Victorian London. The class spent the last half term reading a choice of historical fiction books and writing reviews so thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to talk to an author.


To start Anti-Bullying Week, we have taken part in Odd Socks Day! Pupils and staff came in wearing odd socks to raise awareness about bullying. Itโ€™s an opportunity to encourage people to celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique! Odd Socks Day is all about raising awareness and empowering pupils to stand up against bullying and discrimination.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 10/11/2023

In the lead up to Remembrance Sunday, Radnor House has been commemorating those impacted by war throughout history and in modern times.

Mr Wideman led a series of assemblies honoring those who have given their lives throughout history and the present in times of war. He encouraged pupils to think deeply about their own actions and how best they can support those impacted by the Israel/Palestine conflict, before the pupils stood for a two minute silence.

Our Head Boy and Girl, along with Mr Wideman, laid a wreath at the war memorial in Radnor Gardens to pay their respects on behalf of the school community.


Munira Wilson, Liberal Democrat MP for Twickenham, gave a talk to a packed room of pupils and staff as the latest installment of our Academic Enrichment Programme. We heard about daily life in the Commons, her career path as well as a Q&A session. We are sure that Munira's talk will inspire a lively debate between our pupils during UK Parliament Week!

Photos from Radnor House School's post 09/11/2023

Our Arts and Crafts club have been making colourful lanterns to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights! Diwali is celebrated all over the world by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. Traditionally, houses, shops and public places will be decorated with small oil lamps, and families and communities will come together to enjoy fireworks and sweets!
We are wishing all those celebrating a Happy Diwali ๐Ÿช”๐ŸŽ†๐ŸŽ‡


The Peter Jones ยฃ10 Christmas Charity Challenge is back!

Four different awards are on offer:
Most Profitable Business Idea
Best Team
Most Inspiring Individual
Best Video/TikTok/Journal

Getting involved in the competition can also be used as evidence for the Radnor House Laureate!

For more information, click the link below, check out Teams or speak to your form tutor and Mr O'Connor.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 07/11/2023

Our four school charities from last year - ADHD Embrace, Ham and Petersham SOS, London's Air Ambulance and Spear London - visited Radnor today to collect the money the school and friends of Radnor House have been fundraising over the past year. Spokespeople from each charity gave a short talk on where the money we raised will go and the good it will do in our community. We raised ยฃ24,000 and gave each charity ยฃ6000 which is a fantastic achievement. Well done Radnor!

Members of our school community have had the opportunity to nominate a charity they would like to support for this academic year and Mr Cooper has prepared a longlist of 27 charities which can be found here.

Voting is now open for pupils, parents and staff. You can vote for up to three charities on the form, the link can be found below.


Welcome back to Radnor House for another half term! We hope that you are feeling well-rested after the holidays, and are ready to get stuck in to school life again.


Next week is UK Parliament Week - take part in the conversation and come along to a talk from Munira Wilson, the Liberal Democrat MP for Twickenham.

This will be Munira's second trip to Radnor House - last time she discussed a range of issues with the pupils from devolution, Brexit to representation in Parliament.

Thursday 9th November 4-5pm
Sixth Form Common Room


Happy Halloween from everyone at Radnor House!

Photos from Radnor House School's post 30/10/2023

Trick or Treat?!
The Arts and Crafts club got creative and made some creepy masks during the last week of the half term in preparation for Halloween tomorrow!

Photos from Radnor House School's post 27/10/2023

Last week some of our A Level pupils were lucky enough to attend a talk by celebrated photographer Rankin. This was a brilliant opportunity for them to learn more about his work and this experience will be a great source of inspiration for their own A Level studies!

Photos from Radnor House School's post 26/10/2023

Our A Level pupils are currently studying Sam Selvonโ€™s โ€˜The Lonely Londonersโ€™- a novel about the struggles of The Windrush Generation and their arrival in London in the 1950s London. Pupils took two workshops, one celebrating the resilience of black immigrants to the UK, focusing on oral history and the importance of recording voices as part of history. The second was with the writer Sandra Agard and focused on exploring the history of Black British literature and how this has exploded in the past decade.

Photos from Radnor House School's post 24/10/2023

Our Year 11 Geographers went travelling to the Surrey Hills this week to complete their GCSE Geography Fieldwork. This trip is a requirement of the course but is always an excellent opportunity for the students to see the value of the theory they learn as they apply it in the field and complete an inquiry on a pressing Geographical issue. With the spate of flooding in the UK over the last few years we focused on flood prevention; investigating and collecting data on the River Tillingbourne. The trip was a huge success and students got to put on their waterproofs and literally wade into the issue. We worked hard and collected excellent data to bring back to the classroom and make our lessons all the more meaningful. - Mr Cusack


Deadline Reminder!

The deadline for Year 7 applications and all supporting documents is this Friday 27th October.

If you have any questions about applying, head to the link below for our Whole School Prospectus and visit our website where you can learn more about our Admissions Process, or reach out to our friendly Admissions Team on [email protected]

Photos from Radnor House School's post 20/10/2023

What an end to the half term!

Year 8 pupils and Year 12 biology pupils had a brilliant time when Spirit of the Wild brought their zoo to Radnor House yesterday afternoon. Ben taught the pupils the best way to handle the animals so that they were safe and happy, as well as all about the different species.


๐Ÿ“ท๐Ÿ“ทCompetition Alert!๐Ÿ“ท๐Ÿ“ท

In honour of World Mental Health Day on 10th October, InvestIN is inviting students aged 12-18 to enter their competition, The Young Photographer Challenge. Students should submit a photograph, along with a short caption, depicting how they show resilience. Creativity is highly encouraged!

The competition is free to enter and for each submission InvestIN shall make a donation to YoungMinds, the youth mental health charity. The deadline for entries is 5pm on 17th November 2023.

Your entry can be made via this link.
https://investin.org/blogs/news/the-young-photography-competition-resilience #:~:text=Students%20should%20submit%20a%20photograph,5pm%20on%2017th%20November%202023

Photos from Radnor House School's post 17/10/2023

Today we welcomed 56 Year 6 pupils from local schools to our annual Maths Gifted and Talented event. โž•โž–โž—๐ŸŸฐ

Competition was fierce, but Broomfield Prep eventually came out on top. Congratulations!

A big thank you to our brilliant Sixth Form helpers, who gave up their time to support the event. Having the Sixth Formers to help was the visiting pupil's favourite part of the event - bar the snacks provided at the break! ๐Ÿง๐Ÿช

Photos from Radnor House School's post 16/10/2023

Last Friday our Year 7s, 8s and 9s gave readings of the poems they wrote around the theme of 'Home' for National Poetry Day. ๐Ÿ“
They have been voting for their favorites to be performed at the Celebration Assembly later this week. It was clear how hard the pupils had worked on their poems, and some were very powerful. Watch this space as the winning poems will be shared later this week!

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About our School

At Radnor House, we bring a breath of fresh air to independent education in this part of the world. We are a selective co-educational day school enjoying a stunning location on the banks of the River Thames in Twickenham, where our pupils thrive in small classes with a strong focus on individual attention. We educate and inspire girls and boys from ages 9 to 18, with three main entry points in Year 5, Year 7 and Year 12.

We have a proven track record of success at GCSE and A Level, achieved through our preferred approach of favouring encouragement over pressure, while our core values of courage, excellence, perseverance and respect permeate everything we do. We stretch, challenge and support every pupil through inspirational teaching, proactive pastoral care and a wide range of co-curricular activities.

A top quality education and a genuinely friendly atmosphere combine to create an exceptional environment, where happy children enjoy a busy, enriched school life supported by an actively involved parent community.

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