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Kew Riverside Primary School, Mortlake Rd, Richmond TW9 4ES, UK – 020 8878 9430
63 Arragon Rd, Twickenham TW1 3NG, UK – 020 8744 1885
Erncroft Way, Twickenham TW1 1DA, UK – 020 3005 2509
Both our children went through Little Wrens. Couldn’t ask for a better start for them. Both boys enjoyed it immensely and will have fond memories of their time there. The team have always been caring, thoughtful and considerate and very flexible with the times and sessions we could make. They are super with the children making the learning fun and creative. Our children learned a ton and enjoyed it all along the way. What’s not to like.
Clifden Rd, Twickenham TW1 4LT, UK – 020 8325 4630
Great school, good subjects and cool resources
My son got stabbed here
157 Queen's Rd, Richmond TW10 6HY, UK – 020 8332 6219
Both my daughters spent seven very happy years at Marshgate and look back at their primary school fondly. My eldest daughter started in 2003 and my youngest in 2006. As a family we have all been part of the wonderful Marshgate community that exists to this day.
My grandchildren both attended Marshgate School for all of their years in primary education. I thought they had a great education and the staff were always welcoming when ever I attended the many plays, choir and instrumental concerts that were held over the years. The children were happy at the school and sad to leave when it was time to move to secondary school.
Park Ave, London SW14 8RG, UK – 020 8876 8891
I am Marketing & Communications Manager at Richmond Park Academy in addition to being a parent, and I would like to reassure readers that there is no foundation in truth with the accusations made on this Google review stream. All schools expect extreme comments on their Google reviews but some on this feed are a step too far. We have a robust safeguarding policy here which was endorsed by Ofsted in January, so we have the experience, skills and processes to manage the young people in our care throughout their time here. If anybody who has made those accusations wishes to discuss their comments directly with the school, they are very welcome to do so at any point.
We have one child at the school in Y8 and one joining Y7 in September. Our daughter loves it and there is so much to get involved with beyond just academic work. The new head has really made a terrific impact since he arrived a couple of years ago and inspires enormous confidence that he will take this school 'outstanding' in the next few years.
21 Cross Deep, Twickenham TW1 4QG, UK – 020 8891 6264
Some of the "reviews" on this school seem to be written by people who have no experience of it, or are written by people who have an axe to grind for various reasons. My experience is our son has been attending the school in year 7 and has so far completed two terms. Previously he was at Hampton Prep for his primary school years. My wife and I picked the school after attending a couple of open days and speaking with the teachers, who we found to be highly motivated and enthusiastic. Now we have two terms experience I think we can start to form some conclusions. The first is that our initial impression about the quality of the teachers has proved correct. Our son really enjoys school and has found new motivation to work hard to try and achieve his potential. We have also found the teachers to be accessible, constructive and helpful. One point to note is that a new headmaster has recently taken over at the school. He has a good level of experience having been a headmaster previously for a number of years. I hope (and expect) that the foundations laid by his predecessor will be continued, in particular with the method of recruiting talented teaching professionals. My suggestion would be if you are considering sending your child to Radnor House is to go along to an open day, ask challenging questions, and judge for yourself. The school is definitely worth including in your short list, and my wife and I are very pleased we chose it for our eldest son.
Nice school in nice location
48 Richmond Hill, Richmond TW10 6QX, UK – 020 8940 0922
Two very happy girls at this school. It’s a wonderful environment
68 Kings Rd, Richmond TW10 6ES, UK – 020 8940 1878
Good school but going to school grounds which is 20 min away on coach. A bit messy at times but teachers were nice when I was there in 2013-2016. School fees were about £4000 a term when I was there. There is a nursery for boys are girls but when you go to the junior department up the road its all boys and ages from 4/5 to 8/9. Then you go to the senior department where you go from ages 9 to around 13. Facilities are ok 👌. But sometimes you have to walk up the road for a PE or games lesson😐. There aren’t any changing rooms in juniors so you change in classroom which is a bit awkward. There are games lessons- football in autumn term,rugby in winter and cricket in summer term. Games lessons and playing against other schools start from year 3 (7/8). Playground not the biggest. Generally a nice school though.
Was good when I was there a long time ago now.
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