It’s an honour to lead such an extraordinary school, where we achieve extraordinary things every day. Strong, genuine relationships are at the heart of an exceptional education, and a happy childhood. Every parent and child in our community is known, treated and celebrated as individuals from when they join us age 3 in Nursery to when they leave us for senior school.
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“Pupils demonstrate high levels of academic and extra-curricular achievement as a result of consistently high expectations and a thoroughly nurturing pastoral care system... Pupils make outstanding progress over their time in the school, in line with the school’s ambitious aims. ”
“Pupils’ behaviour is excellent, both in the classroom and at other times around the school. They have strong moral values and clearly want to respect the school rules, which creates a consistently positive atmosphere. Pupils expressed gratitude for the opportunities they are lucky enough to enjoy as members of their much-loved school.”
“Pupils' behaviour is excellent and their enjoyment of school life is abundantly evident in all that they do.”
“The teachers are very kind. They let your imagination run wild and you are able to be creative.”
“I like Prospect House because you work hard but feeling like you have had fun.”
“PHS is a place where mistakes are proof that you are trying. Teachers push us to be the best we can be”
At Prospect House, academic excellence is just the beginning. We share the firm belief that a happy childhood – with an exceptional education – is the best preparation for a life well lived.
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29th November 2023
Year 2 had a fantastic day during their Great Fire of London workshop, immersing themselves in life during 1666. Their journey began on Cheapside Street, where they were introduced to the different jobs they would undertake during the day. They moved from candle making to...
28th November 2023
On Tuesday morning, Year 5 made their way by tube to the Science Museum. Upon arrival, they took part in two interactive experiment shows, one of which focused on chemical reactions and catalysts and another of which delved into the exciting field of rocket science....
27th November 2023
We are well into the Christmas season and celebrations are underway! Children in the Lower School decorated the Christmas tree earlier this week, carefully hanging the baubles and draping the tinsel! We are all looking forward to other Christmas activities in the week ahead!
24th November 2023
Christmas came early when Nursery performed their Christmas concert, aptly named ‘A Jolly Christmas’. Inspired by Allan Ahlberg’s The Jolly Christmas Postman, the post people delivered seasonal greetings from all across the world. With the children singing a selection of festive songs from various nations,...
23rd November 2023
Year 2 had a fantastic day immersing themselves in the characters of the crayons from the book The Day the Crayons Quit. The children worked very hard to plan and write a letter as one of the crayons, explaining their reasons for quitting their jobs!...
22nd November 2023
Year 4 has been working hard on understanding decimals this week. They have learnt to compare, order, round and add and subtract with decimals. On Wednesday, they worked in pairs to develop their understanding of rounding decimals to the nearest whole number. Well done, Year...
21st November 2023
Year 3 students went on their first nature walk this week on Tuesday afternoon. They donned their welly boots and embarked on an adventure across the Heath. The children were excitedly chatting, splashing in puddles, running through the grass, bird watching and admiring the pond....
14th November 2023
On Tuesday, all of the children in the Upper School took part in an entire day of problem solving. The aim was to further familiarise the children with a variety of problem solving strategies as well as modelling and encouraging methodical and systematic thinking and...
12th November 2023
On Sunday, Hindu people around the world will celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Light. In assembly this week, the children learned about the history of Diwali. Mr Suri and Miss Zugel talked about the traditions that take place on this day and how families come...