Finton House School

At Finton House we believe that children learn better when they are confident and inspired. This belief informs our approach to education. Small class sizes, specialist teaching, cross curricular integration, workshops, trips and special events all contribute to the development of a love of learning.

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    Finton House School

    As a welcoming and non-selective charitable trust, bordering Wandsworth Common, we believe in preparing your child academically, creatively and physically to thrive in an ever-changing world. We develop a breadth of knowledge, skills, and values to recognise, nurture and celebrate your child’s passions and strengths. Finton House School is a secure, inclusive and happy environment where every child can shine.

    Category: Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory

    Pupils: Co-Education

    Type: Day

    Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational

    Roll: 150 Boys / / 170 Girls

    Age Range: 4-11 Years

    Founded: 1987

    Location Description

    Finton House is on Trinity Road in Wandsworth, near Wandsworth Common Train Station (with service from Victoria Station) and Tooting Bec Station (on the Northern Line). It is about a mile south of the South Circular and Clapham Junction.

    School Contact Details

    Headteacher: Mr B Freeman

    Contact for enquiries:Kate Hebblethwaite

    171 Trinity Road, London, London - S and SW, SW17 7HL

    Tel: 020 8682 0921



    We have a specialist teaching block housing Science, Design Technology and Music facilities and a new playground, Learning Support building and library. There are dedicated facilities and specialist teaching for Art – with a redesigned Art Room in 2016 – Games and Information Technology. Boys and girls participate in athletics, gym, dance, swimming and playground games lessons. In addition boys play football, rugby and cricket, whilst the girls play netball, rounders and hockey.

    Every year we have places available to children with known Special Needs and this group can comprise about 10% of the school roll at any one time. These pupils are supported by a dedicated Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, a team of Special Needs Assistants and in-house therapists. In addition we are able to provide one-to-one tuition for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia or speech and language difficulties and specialist teaching for gifted and talented pupils.

    Timetabled lessons are supplemented by an extensive range of optional after-school clubs. These include various sports clubs as well as rounders, karate, debating, Art Club and computing.


    Bursaries are available.

    Entrance Requirements




    Reception – Year 2: £6,287 per term.

    Years 3 – 6: £6,405 per term.



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