Westward Preparatory School

Surrey

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  • Category: Nursery / Pre-Preparatory / Preparatory
  • Pupils: Co-Education
  • Type: Day
  • Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational
  • Roll: 80 (Boys) 76 (Girls)
  • Age Range: 3 - 11 years
  • Founded: 1927

General Information

Westward enjoys a reputation for high academic standards and scholarships are won annually to many independent and state grammar schools. Together with affordable fees and excellent pastoral care our objective is to enable each child to develop their full potential, providing a solid foundation at primary level for progression towards their chosen senior schools.

We believe that academic achievement goes hand in hand with the development of character and individuality. This was noted by Ofsted who rated our spiritual, moral, social & cultural development as outstanding.

Facilities

Specialised Early Years Department, computer suite, excellent art facilities, courts for netball, tennis and basketball, access to swimming pool and sports fields. An inspiring range of extra-curricular activities including choir and orchestra, Judo, ballet and dance, Gym Club, Language Club, Drama Club and Computer Club. Thriving breakfast club and after school care.

Entrance Requirements

Non-selective

Scholarships

None

Open Days

Visiting our premises is the best way to see what we have to offer, and we would love to show you around.

Please contact our admissions coordinator Johnnie Parkhurst directly on the phone at 01932 220 911 or via email at admissions@westwardschool.co.uk

Fees

2019/2020. Nursery: Mornings only £1275 per term, Full time £2315 per term. Reception-Year 2: £2460 per term. Years 3-6: £2745 per term.

Reports

ISI Inspection 2015
ISI Inspection 2018

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mrs Shelley Stevenson

Westward Preparatory School
47 Hersham Road
Walton on Thames
Surrey
KT12 1LE

[t]: 01932 220911
[f]: 01932 220911
[w]: www.westwardschool.co.uk

Location Description

Town school, on A244 between Walton-on-Thames and Hersham.

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School News

On Friday 3 May, 6 excited boys met at the Walton Station to embark on their journey to London Christian School to take part in

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the ISA Chess Tournament.

This was the first time Westward has taken part in this and it was a first for most of the chess players to partake in a tournament.

Westward was one of four schools taking part and the whole experience was new, having to use clocks and follow the various tournament rules. The boys acquitted themselves well and managed a creditable third place.

Well done to all the boys for a job well done and to Krish who was our top points scorer. A big thank you to Mrs Humble and the parents who accompanied the team and ‘cheered’ them on.

On Wednesday 13th March Westward held the Annual Invitation U11 Netball Tournament. The weather had been tricky all week, but we finally had some respite

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and five teams were entered. The Westward ‘B’ team, although very young , gained some valuable experience for next year and although they didn’t win any matches, they tried hard and now know what they have to work on.  The ‘A’ team were mostly a year too young, but could hold their own and played really well on the day. The shooting was spot on and we scored 13 goals overall and only let in two. A great statistic.

The centre passes worked well, the dodging was quicker and our reactions and decision making has improved over the term. Everyone played well, and we were consistent in our efforts. This year the girls really wanted a medal. We beat our ‘B’ team 5-0, Twickenham Prep 3-1, Manor House 2-0 and Ashton House 3-1.

I’m delighted they won overall this year they tried their hearts out and thoroughly deserved to come first.  Ashton House came second and we play them again in a couple of weeks. Keep up the good work girls.

Mrs White

Westward independent preparatory school Surrey

The choir pulled off an extremely well-oiled performance at Saint John’s under the fantastic guidance of Miss Luksch. Beautiful singing, a lovely setting and warm

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reception from all made this one of our finest outings with our School Choir. Well done indeed to all involved!

An excited U 11 mixed netball squad competed in the Surrey Sports park Copperbox netball qualifier on Friday 27th April. Teams from all over the

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south East contest this qualifier, and the standard was extremely high. Our first match sadly was against the eventual winners King Rochester. Four players were 5′ 8″ tall, and they were a very polished team. We played extremely well, fending them off for some time , but they gradually got into their sharp routine and we lost 2-12. Kate Hendricks was player of the match.

Each match was 20 minutes, so we went straight back on to play Horsell school who eventually came 2nd. They were also very accomplished and we lost again. Lara Fateh was player of the match.

Westward thoroughly relished this standard of play and went on to beat Goldsworth school and we won 5-2 convincingly. Tom Donnelly was player of the match.

After lunch we played in the plate and beat Fishbourne 5-0 with some great shooting from Evie Kang and Sarah Soliman.

The final was a tough match we made lots of silly mistakes, some unusual decisions went against us and we were tired. Courthouse were strong, big players and although we never gave up we lost 4-9.

Tom Donnelly was voted player of the team and Lara Fateh the most sporting. A great venue, tournament, and definitely worth the trip. Well done guys I was very proud of you.

Sue White

Westward independent preparatory school Surrey

Emily and Katie displaying their silverware after being crowned National Swimming Champions at the Olympic Pool.

Emily was also joined by Sarah to represent London South

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where they earned a very creditable Silver. (Having only been drafted in the night before!)

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