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We strive to be the best at getting better. Our staff adopt research-informed teaching methods to deliver the most effective, forward-thinking teaching and learning experience.
With an average class size of 20, we are able to differentiate teaching and learning and ensure the curriculum is tailored to each individual's needs.
Every learner is different, which is why we get to know and understand every child as an individual - so that we can truly tailor the teaching and learning experience to their personal needs and abilities.
Whether it's Philosophy for Children in the Early Years or developing metacognition in the senior ones, we use evidence-based research to inform teaching methods at every key stage. Our teachers collaborate on research projects with UCL’s Institute of Education and experts on the adolescent brain to deliver a progressive, forward-thinking teaching and learning experience.
We provide bespoke preparation for every path to success, progressing pupils throughout each stage of their NBH education, or preparing them for other top 7+, 11+, 13+ and Sixth Form destination schools. We support and advise on the path best suited to the individual, with a Future Schools Coordinator and entirely subject specialist teaching team in place from Year 5 at the Prep School.
We take pupils beyond the national curriculum and into a wider learning experience, embedding skills in addition to those required to succeed at each key stage, while inspiring a genuine love of learning.
Our broad academic and creative curriculum is designed to develop each child personally as well as academically, promoting resilience and adaptability while ensuring real-life issues, such as BLM, are brought to the forefront.
We deliver a specialist curriculum from the outset of children's education, introducing pupils to French, Italian, music, dance and PE in the Early Years, before moving to an entirely subject specialist curriculum from Year 5 onwards.
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