Relocated to Putney from Ealing in September 2014, our new home in south west London provides the girls with outstanding facilities in beautiful buildings. The school site is made up of four separate Edwardian houses at numbers 7, 11, 22 and 24 Woodborough Road, within a leafy conservation area. Fully refurbished prior to the move, the school is light, bright and lends itself to the optimum learning environment we strive for.
The buildings at Numbers 22 and 24 Woodborough Road, adjacent to one another, are dedicated to the Prep school, sharing one generous playground, with a netball court and a lovely raised area which lends itself to the all-important social aspect of school life. At lunchtimes, the older girls have playtime with their younger contemporaries at the Pre-Prep site, where they can access our famous pirate ship.
We are fortunate to occupy specialist facilities for many of the subjects: a Science laboratory; two fully equipped music rooms (one at each of the Pre-Prep and Prep sites) with additional spaces for peripatetic lessons, two Art studios (again, one at each of the sites), a Drama and Dance studio with ballet barres, a large, well-stocked Library/Learning Hub, state-of-the-art touchscreens in every classroom, and a laptop or an iPad for every girl.
There is direct, secure gated access to Putney Park from the Prep school and we use the Bank of England Playing Fields, Roehampton, for sport and games as well as Barn Elms Playing Fields and Putney Leisure Centre for swimming. All locations are very close to the school, with the girls being transported by bus.