Every child’s potential develops more readily when they feel safe, valued and happy. I am delighted our pupils thrive in the warm atmosphere of Prospect House where humour and laughter go hand in hand with serious study.
Years of teaching have taught me that every child is great at something. At Prospect House we celebrate these strengths, encouraging children to excel. Every small success leads to greater confidence and self-belief.
We have high academic expectations for all of our pupils and place great value on effort, ensuring that they have the necessary tools to succeed.
A notable percentage of our pupils gain scholarships. All go on to prestigious senior schools armed with the enthusiasm and self-confidence which is the hallmark of a Prospect House pupil.
I can honestly say our children love coming to school and I warmly invite you to come and meet me, my team and our pupils.
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Prospect House featured in Tatler magazine’s Schools Guide 2019.
‘Pupils are astonishingly self-aware at PH, with one seating, ‘I think everyone feels very fortunate to go to this school.’ Parents are delighted with Head Michael Hodge, and Mr Lennox in the nursery is ‘outstanding’, according to one parent whose daughter, despite having moved up the school, still pops to his classroom most days to say hello. Fitbits are the craze du jour and a Forest School is in the pipeline. Sports Day is a yearly highlight, as is gingerbread decorating at Christmas time. Leavers move on to Putney High and Latymer Upper, as well as a handful of Surrey schools’. (Tatler 2020)
“There is so much more to school life than lessons. We have movie night, pyjama day, book week and so much more”
Emma – 7 years
“The teachers are very kind. They let your imagination run wild and you are able to be creative”
Josh – 9 years
“Music is the best thing about PHS. People play all kinds of instruments and even in lessons there are so many different things you can try, I like percussion and guitar”
Juris – 8 years
“I never feel lonely here at all; there will always be someone by your side to help out and look after you”
Jacqueline – 9 years
“There are so many matches and so many sports to try. I love going to the games field”
Tom – 7 years
“I like Prospect house because you work hard but feeling like you have had fun”
Annabel – 10 years
“I love Prospect House because I feel like it is a big family of kind people. All the teachers are the parents and the students are the brothers and sisters”
Jolie – 9 years
“PHS is a place where mistakes are proof that you are trying. Teachers push us to be the best we can be”
Caroline – 11 years
Feedback from parents
“Prospect House is a school that fosters happiness and respects individuality. After almost five years as a parent here, I have witnessed how the PHS ethos translates beautifully into confident children who enjoy learning and achieve their very best. This school is a gem and I cherish it as much as my two sons.”
“A huge thank you from us, too, for everything you have done for our two girls. From the fantastic teaching (honestly, second to none), outstanding music and the wonderfully nurturing atmosphere, to the brilliant productions and all the trips they’ve enjoyed, the girls have benefitted so much from their time at PHS. We feel so blessed that they’ve had such an amazing
experience of primary school, and I’m not sure who feels more bereft at the prospect of leaving, [our daughter] or us.”
Mr and Mrs Beggerow
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- Stone Age Day
Year 4 had a wonderful time during Stone Age Day. The day was filled with exciting activities and the workshop leader even gave the children the opportunity to look at artefacts from the period, including a genuine mammoth tooth and a flint hand axe dating back to the Mesolithic period. Both children and teachers added to the occasion by wearing suitably primitive costumes.
- Mummification in 3C
Combining drama and history, children in 3C have acted out the mummification process! They have been learning about each stage of the process, from washing the body, removing organs and then placing amulets between layers of linen. The stages were all clearly performed as the children demonstrated their excellent knowledge. A particular well done should go to Max, who volunteered to play the part of the pharaoh …
- Radnor House School Maths Challenge
On Tuesday, six of our Year 6 mathematicians competed in an exciting Maths Challenge at Radnor House School. They took part in a variety of different problem-solving challenges. The competition was fierce and the Prospect House team members were very proud to finish in second place, losing to the victorious team by just one point. Well done, young mathematicians. Keep up your impressive efforts. Go, Prospect, go!