Friday, 19 October 2018

High standards yield outstanding results

RUPERT House School, on the edge of Henley, takes boys from three to seven years old

RUPERT House School, on the edge of Henley, takes boys from three to seven years old and girls from three to 11 years old.

The school, which is the only Independent Association of Prep Schools school in the Henley and Marlow area, maintains its strong reputation for high academic standards.

This includes:

100 per cent success rate for girls achieving places at their preferred senior school

60 per cent of year six girls win scholarships to top independent schools



2016 scholarships awarded: academic, art, music and drama

Recent grammar school places gained at Sir William Borlase’s, Wycombe High and Kendrick

They offer a full and varied curriculum, including Forest School for children in the lower school and trips abroad for girls in the older years.

This is further enhanced by a growing reputation for strength in sport and a broad range of after-school activities which include music, drama, computer coding, football, hockey, art and even a sudoku club.

Rupert House recently launched its pick-up and drop-off minibus service. They run two buses covering the Henley and Marlow areas and these complement their wrap-around care for working parents. Children are offered breakfast club starting at 7.30am and afternoon tea/after-school care is provided until 5.45pm.

Rupert House is offering bursaries for children from reception through to year six and scholarships for places in the upper school for September 2017.

To find out more, they are hosting their next open day on Friday, May 20. Visit www.ruperthouse.org or call (01491) 574263 for more information.



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