Rupert House School is a leading independent pre-prep and prep school situated in the centre of Henley-on-Thames.
Welcoming boys and girls from 3 to 11 years old, the school provides first-class education with a broad curriculum and a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Children benefit from small class sizes with a focus on the individual pathway, in a creative, nurturing environment.
The school has a reputation for traditional values, good manners and strong academic standards, with 100% of their Year 6 girls this year achieving a place at their first choice senior school. The strength and breadth of the curriculum is reflected in range of scholarships the girls attain, including Academic, Sport, Art, Music and Drama. Of course, the progress made by all children is equally valued, with children moving forward with appropriate support in order to fulfil their potential, whatever their starting point.
A town school set in beautiful gardens, with playing fields and a Forest School to its name, Rupert House prides itself on its stimulating and varied curriculum, which includes Outdoor Education and many residential trips. Drama at the school is ambitious, with impressive productions at the Kenton Theatre, and Music is a joy and a strength. The sporting timetable allows for a good number of games lessons and their fixture list throws down the gauntlet to local prep schools with increasing success. The school’s new all-weather pitch represents a significant expansion of sporting provision for all existing and prospective pupils. You can read more about Physical Education and Games at the school by clicking here.
Rupert House has successfully introduced the PSB (Prep School Baccalaureate), an assessment model that focuses on the development of the values, skills, attitudes and behaviours required for children to succeed and flourish in an ever-changing world. Children are encouraged, recognised and celebrated in their achievements and directly prepared for the next step of their educational journey.
For more information, visit www.ruperthouse.org or call (01491) 574263.