Hendon Preparatory School

London - W and NW

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  • Category: Nursery / Pre-Preparatory / Preparatory
  • Pupils: Co-Education
  • Type: Day
  • Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational
  • Roll: 103 (Boys) 63 (Girls)
  • Age Range: Girls 2-11 years. Boys 2-13 years
  • Founded: 1873

Facilities

Hendon Prep School occupies a deceptively large site in North London and has bright, well resourced classrooms. Complete with an ICT suite, dedicated Art and DT studio, music room, library, central hall and a newly refurbished and fully equipped science laboratory; the school provides a fantastic range of facilities to enhance the pupils experience and learning.

A large recently redesigned playground and outside classroom give pupils much needed space to let off steam. Besides using the playground for sports and PE lessons, the school also makes weekly use of amazing local sporting facilities such as Poolside Manor Swimming Pool, Hendon Youth Centre Gym and the Wilf Slack Sports Grounds.

Open Days

2019. Open Morning: Thurs. 23rd May.

Fees

2018/2019. Nursery, full time: £3885 per term, 5 half days £2220 per term. Reception: £4035 per term. Years 1-4: £4675 per term. Years 5-8: £4960 per term. All to include cooked lunches.

Reports

ISI Inspection 2015
ISI Inspection 2018

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mark Lloyd-Williams

Contact for enquiries: Susan Kirby, Admissions

Hendon Preparatory School
20 Tenterden Grove
Hendon
London
London - W and NW
NW4 1TD

[t]: 020 8203 7727
[w]: www.hendonprep.co.uk

Location Description

Hendon Prep is situated in the leafy North London suburb of Hendon. 15 minutes from Hendon Central Tube Station and easily accessible by both public transport, car or on foot.

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School News

Hendon Preparatory independent school London NW4

“Bringing a story to life is the best way to encourage our children to read”.

As part of our World Book Week celebrations pupils at Hendon

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were treated to a wonderful production of Pinocchio, presented by the fabulous Image Theatre.

This magical production is one of a series of participation musicals created especially for junior schools and is designed to help and encourage children with their literacy.

The whole audience were involved in the final production – which was preceded by a rehearsal workshop in which some children were chosen to take part alongside the professionals, while the remaining audience rehearsed the chorus songs.

When Geppetto carves Pinocchio something magical begins to happen. As the wooden boy takes shape he starts to come to life, learns to walk and talk and takes on all the qualities of a mischievous little boy. Pinocchio may be disobedient but he’s also inquisitive and brave and has the most amazing adventures. What Pinocchio desires the most though is to become a real living boy – but will he?

The children were transfixed by the production and joined in with great enthusiasm.

Following this production all children, from reception upwards, will be using the story of Pinocchio as inspiration when working on a creative writing project.

Hendon Preparatory independent school London NW4

All pupils, from Reception upwards, took part in a fascinating Nutrition Workshop, which was hosted by the school’s caterers, Thomas Franks.

The children discussed the nutritional

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content of various food groups and how to make ‘healthy choices’. They learnt all about the benefits of eating, and also got to sample, a ‘rainbow’ of foods.

Thomas Franks then talked to the children about the sugar content of various processed foods. Whilst no one was really surprised by the amount of sugar in some popular breakfast cereals, everyone was astounded to learn that there are over 15 teaspoons of sugar in a small pot of shop bought salsa! Thomas Franks showed the children how to make their own healthy, sugar free, salsa which everyone agreed tasted much better that the shop bought version!

We have never seen the children so excited about eating their vegetables. Thank you Thomas Franks for a wonderful presentation and thank to the pupils who ‘devoured’ their new found knowledge with such enthusiasm.

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